Pop-punk group The Early November will be celebrating the 10th Anniversary of their debut The Room’s Too Cold by reissuing the album, then playing it in its entirety at Philadelphia’s Union Transfer, December 21st.
Originally released by Drive Thru Records, The Room’s Too Cold is being repressed for vinyl by Rise Records, who the band signed with in 2011. The move also came as a part of the band’s reuniting, as they had taken a break from recording and touring between 2007-2011. Once back together, The Early November were quick to put together new material, with their third full studio album released in July 2012.
Since then the band has worked the road with the 2013 Vans Warped Tour, with no word yet on their next album. Their show in Philly will surely appease fans, however, as The Early November will be performing all of The Room’s Too Cold, for the first time, including several songs from the album that they’ve never played live. They’ll also be playing an additional set of their best, and a special guest will be joining later on.
Tickets and pre-orders for the reissue go on sale tomorrow, September 20th, and more information can be found at the group’s website.