Tenth Avenue North New Album 'No Shame' Coming August 2

Tenth Avenue North took to social media this week to announce the title and release date for their highly anticipated new record. No Shame, the band's sixth full-length studio album, is set to drop on August 2nd. Mike Donehey and Jeff Owen shared in the announcement that this is their favorite record that the band has ever released, calling it a "musical smorgasbord." More details are expected to be announced soon.

noshameFans got a taste of new music last month with the surprise release of "Greater Than All My Regrets," the album's first single. You can download this track on iTunes today.

In addition to new music, Tenth Avenue North is preparing to launch a fall tour in support of the No Shame album. The tour is set to kick off October 4th in Appleton, WI and run through at least November 11th with a stop in Brooklyn, NY. For more details and ticket information, click here.

No Shame Tour
OCT 4 FRI  - Pathways Church Appleton, WI, United States
OCT 6 SUN  - Crossview Covenant Church North Mankato, MN, United States
OCT 10 THU - Effingham Performance Center Effingham, Illinois, United States
OCT 11 FRI  - Landmark Church Cincinnati, OH, United States
OCT 12 SAT  - Jackson College - Potter Center Jackson, MI, United States
OCT 17 THU  - Mayo Performing Arts Center Morristown, NJ, United States
OCT 18 FRI  - Plymouth Memorial Hall Plymouth, MA, United States
OCT 19 SAT  - Manchester Christian Church Bedford, NH, United States
OCT 24 THU  - Millbrook Baptist Church Aiken, SC, United States
OCT 26 SAT  - Marcus Pointe Baptist Pensacola, FL, United States
NOV 2 SAT  - County Line Church of God Auburn, IN, United States
NOV 7 THU  - Fellowship Alliance Chapel Medford, NJ, United States
NOV 8 FRI  - The Bible Chapel Mcmurray, PA, United States
NOV 9 SAT - Living Word Community Church York, PA, United States
NOV 10 SUN  - Gateway Ministries Williamsport, MD, United States
NOV 11 MON  - Music Hall of Williamsburg Brooklyn, NY, United States


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