El Ten Eleven, the SoCal pair of Kristian Dunn and Tim Fogarty, has shared a preview of their forthcoming album, with today’s release of “New Year’s Eve.”
“’New Year’s Eve’ is a song about cautious optimism,” said Dunn and Fogarty collectively. Further details about the Sonny DiPerri (DIIV, Portugal. The Man) produced album will be shared in the new year. “It was written while the pandemic seemed to have a chance of ending and there was lots of political change in the air. But even the most well-laid plans for New Year’s Eve celebrations often end up being disappointing, thus the metaphor.”
The track arrives as the duo embark on their first U.S. tour since the Spring of 2019 and the release of their 2020 three-album opus Tautology I, II, and III. With the launch of the tour, El Ten Eleven has also announced several additional weeks of 2022 touring, including April performances in the U.S. and multiple European outings. The full list of dates, which sees the pair on the road for the first three months of the New Year, are below. Supporting artists include Sego, Ohmme, Mylets, Cedric Noel, and A Beacon School.