Vacationer Announces New Album – Stream New Track, “The Wild Life”


Vacationer has announced the release of their second album,

Relief out June 24 on Downtown Records. In celebration of this exciting news, the band is currently streaming their album’s lead single, “The Wild Life” and has released an accompanying lyric video through. Listen, watch and share the below links. Fans who pre-order Relief through iTunes will receive an instant download of lead track as well.

Relief unspools the strings of wound-up existence with a cinematic wallop of positivity-oozing pop. The album was recorded at Body Language’s Landau Audio Design studio from Brooklyn, NY where lead singer Kenny Vasoli and Body Language’s Matthew Young and Grant Wheeler worked collectively over the past year.  “Whether through love, exploration or relaxing, we all strive for relief,” says Vasoli. “It’s just a quick flip-of-the-switch away, and think it’s good to be reminded of that.”

Vacationer is currently on a co-headline tour alongside hellogoodbye, with Heavenly Beat supporting. They will be on the road through May 24, performing at venues along the way such as Bowery Ballroom (NYC) on April 23, Varsity Theater (Minneapolis) on May 7, Troubadour (LA) on May 22. Complete tour itinerary below. Additional tour dates will be announced. 

Pre-order Relief: 

Tour dates:

April 17                        Toronto Canada          Lee’s Palace

April 18                        Buffalo, NY                  Waiting Room

April 19                        Harrisburg, PA             FED Live

April 20                        Boston, MA                  Brighton Music Hall

April 22                        Hamden, CT                The Space

April 23                        New York, NY               Bowery Ballroom

April 24                        Philadelphia, PA           Underground Arts

April 25                        Baltimore, MD               The Ottobar

April 28                        Atlanta, GA                   Vinyl

April 29                        Nashville, TN               12th and Porter

April 30                        Cincinnati, OH             20th Century Theater

May 4                           Akron, OH                    Musica

May 6                          Milwaukee, WI             The Rave

May 7                          Minneapolis, MN          Varsity Theater

May 8                          Des Moines, IA            Wooly’s

May 9                          Omaha, NE                 The Waiting Room

May 10                        St. Louis, MO              The Firebird

May 12                        Kansas City,               The Riot Room

May 13                        Denver, CO                  M The Urban Lounge

May 16                        Seattle, WA                 The Crocodile

May 17                        Portland, OR                Hawthorne Theatre

May 19                        Reno, NV                     Knitting Factory Concert House

May 20                        Sacramento, CA          Assembly

May 21                        San Francisco, CA       Great American Music Hall

May 22                        Los Angeles, CA          Troubadour

May 23                        Pomona, CA                 The Glass House

May 24                        San Diego, CA              The Irenic