Buffalo-born band Goo Goo Dolls are making yet another comeback. In case you missed it over the weekend, the “Slide” singers have returned this year with a brand new single, “Miracle Pill”, off their upcoming album, Miracle Pill. Set to debut this fall, Miracle Pill will be the duo’s twelfth studio album, and marks the second recorded without longtime drummer, Mike Malinin. The song sees Goo Goo Dolls’ commenting on the online presence of today’s young ones, and the curse of instant gratification that has plagued us nowadays. That theme, as Rzenick alluded, will most carry over into the album as well. Listen to “Miracle Pill”— the single— below.

“Miracle Pill” is a metaphor for the instant gratification and relief we seek from our own circumstances,” Rzeznik says of both song and record. “Are your sad? Take a pill. Are you lonely? Get popular on social media. The fact of the matter is no one has 50 friends much less 5,000. I’m just trying to articulate my observations of the second decade of the 21st Century, with all its angst, avarice, confusion and insecurities. We are inundated by bullshit, cheap shiny objects, and false solutions to every problem and desire we have. I have no answers to these questions but I don’t believe hero worship, life hacks, short cuts and escapism are the answers. I just want to make a real connection with real people in real time.”

There’s no official release date for Miracle Pill yet, but just know that it will be coming this fall, with more details to be announced later. In the meantime, Goo Goo Dolls will be keeping themselves busy, spending most of the summer on a co-headlining tour with fellow rock veterans Train. The tour has already kicked off, but you can find all remaining dates below, and tickets here.

Goo Goo Dolls Summer Tour Dates:
* w/ Train
June 26 – Rogers, AR // Walmart AMP*
June 28 – Woodlands, TX // Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion*
June 29 – Dallas, TX // Dos Equis Pavilion*
July 6 – West Palm Beach, FL // Coral Sky Amphitheatre*
July 7 – Tampa, FL // MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre*
July 9 – Jacksonville, FL // Daily’s Place*
July 10 – Alpharetta, GA // Verizon Wireless Amphitheater at Encore Park*
July 12 – Charlotte, NC // PNC Music Pavilion*
July 13 – Raleigh, NC // Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek Amphitheater*
July 14 – Virginia Beach, VA // Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater Virginia Beach*
July 16 – Nashville, TN // Ascend Amphitheater*
July 18 – Walker, MN // Moondance Jam*
July 20 – Tinley Park, IL // Hollywood Casino Amphitheater*
July 21 – Noblesville, IN // Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center*
July 23 – Clarkston, MI // DTE Energy Music Theatre*
July 24 – Cincinnati, OH // Riverbend Music Center*
July 26 – Saratoga Springs, NY // Saratoga Performing Arts Center*
July 27 – Bethel, NY // Bethel Woods Center for the Arts*
July 28 – Gilford, NH // Meadowbrook Music Pavilion*
July 30 – Bangor, ME // Darling’s Waterfront Park Pavilion*
August 1 – Scranton, PA // Pavilion at Montage Mountain*
August 2 – Canandaigua, NY // Constellation Brands Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center*
August 3 – Wantagh, NY // Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater*
August 5 – Lenox, MA // Tanglewood Amphitheatre*
August 6 – Bethlehem, PA // Musikfest*
August 7 – Burgettstown, PA // KeyBank Pavilion*
August 9 – Columbia, MD // Merriweather Post Pavilion*
August 10 – Camden, NJ // BB&T Pavilion*
August 11 – Uncasville, CT // Mohegan Sun Arena*
August 14 – Cuyahoga Falls, OH // Blossom Music Center*
August 16 – Holmdel, NJ // PNC Bank Arts Center*
August 17 – Mansfield, MA // Xfinity Center*
September 22 – Recife, Brazil // Estádio do Arruda
September 25 – Sao Paulo, Brazil // Allianz Parque
September 27 – Curitiba, Brazil // Pedreira Paulo Leminski
September 29 – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil // Rock in Rio 2019
October 2 – Lima, Peru // Estadio Monumental