Exactly one year since it’s debut, NEEDTOBREATHE has teamed with Billboard to announce an exclusive deluxe edition vinyl release of their chart topping “standout album” (Billboard) H A R D L O V E featuring four new songs. The set will be available on August 11th featuring a six song CD and EP, HARD CUTS: Songs from the H A R D L O V E Sessions, which will include “Hard Love featuring Andra Day” – a soulful collaboration with the two-time GRAMMY nominee, three-time BET Award nominee, and Billboard Powerhouse Award winner with whom they also filmed a dynamic music video for the anthem. The vinyl album and EP, will also feature “Hard Love featuring Serena Ryder” and four new songs, of which two tracks, “Waiting” and “Count On Me” are available now.

“One year ago today, we put out our sixth studio album — H A R D L O V E — and invited our fans into one of the most ambitious and adventurous creative periods we as a band have ever gone through,” the GRAMMY-nominated rock band shared with Billboard. “One of the hardest parts about finishing that record was figuring out what songs we had to cut. We stayed up many, many nights going back and forth on the final track listing and in the end had to make some really tough decisions. We’re excited to unveil those songs today and over the coming weeks as apart of our collector’s edition deluxe vinyl and EP.”

The GRAMMY-nominated rock group NEEDTOBREATHE recently announced their expansive three-leg All The Feels Tour: their self-proclaimed “most artistically ambitious” tour yet. The dynamic tour through iconic American venues launches in September with an amphitheater run that will be opened by Nashville rock n’ roll quartet The New Respects and features special guest, singer/songwriter Gavin DeGraw – with whom the band released their smash hit “Brother” in 2015 – and then takes the South Carolina rockers through a stint of prominent rock clubs that will be joined by opening acts Canadian singer/songwriter Billy Raffoul, Nashville rock n’ roll band The Brummies, or alt-rock band Wilder. The 50+ city tour ends with a string of intimate acoustic shows dubbed “An Evening with NEEDTOBREATHE.”

All The Feels Tour has already sold-out multiple stops including both Chicago dates (November 9th at House of Blues and December 9th at Thalia Hall) as well as their three-night hometown acoustic run at Charleston Music Hall (November 29th, December 1st, and December 2nd) and both dates at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium (October 16th and December 17th).

Armed with a unique sound that has “carved out a niche in rock music” (Billboard) and had Rolling Stone dubbing the group “an anomaly in the pop music landscape,” NEEDTOBREATHE released H A R D L O V E via Atlantic Records last summer. The hit album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Albums, Top Current Albums, Top Rock Albums and Top Alternative Albums charts and No. 2 on the Billboard 200. Championed by People Magazine as “easy to love” for their unique mix of “infectious pop melodies to their signature Southern rock,” the band then embarked on Tour de Compadres 2016, the band’s largest headlining tour to date. The tour brought the group to more than 50 cities and included sold-out stops in New York City’s Beacon Theatre, Nashville’s Ascend Amphitheater, a special hometown show at Charleston, S.C.’s Volvo Car Stadium, and a second career sell-out show at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO.

Tour Dates:

Saturday, Sept. 16 Memphis, TN Mud Island Amphitheatre*
Sunday, Sept. 17 Irving, TX The Pavilion at Irving Music Factory*
Wednesday, Sept. 20 Morrison, CO Red Rocks Amphitheatre*
Thursday, Sept. 21 Council Bluffs, IA Harrah’s Council Bluffs Hotel & Casino*
Friday, Sept. 22 Oklahoma City, OK Zoo Amphitheatre*
Saturday, Sept. 23 The Woodlands, TX Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion*
Sunday, Sept. 24 New Braunfels, TX Whitewater Amphitheatre*
Tuesday, Oct. 3 Richmond, VA The National^
Wednesday, Oct. 4 Norfolk, VA The NorVa^
Thursday, Oct. 5 Washington DC 9:30 Club^
Friday, Oct. 6 Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall^
Wednesday, Oct. 11 Mobile, AL Saenger Theatre^
Friday, Oct. 13 Lake Buena Vista, FL House of Blues+
Monday, Oct. 16 Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium+
Friday, Oct. 20 Kansas City, MO Uptown Theatre+
Saturday, Oct. 21 St. Louis, MO The Pageant+
Wednesday, Oct. 25 Salt Lake City, UT The Complex+
Thursday, Oct. 26 Boise, ID Knitting Factory+
Friday, Oct. 27 Spokane, WA Knitting Factory+
Saturday, Oct. 28 Seattle, WA The Moore Theatre+
Monday, Oct. 30 Portland, OR Crystal Ballroom+
Wednesday, Nov. 1 San Francisco, CA The Fillmore+
Thursday, Nov. 2 Los Angeles, CA The Wiltern+
Friday, Nov. 3 Anaheim, CA House of Blues+
Saturday, Nov. 4 Tempe, AZ Marquee Theatre+
Wednesday, Nov. 8 Indianapolis, IN Murat Theatre**
Thursday, Nov. 9 Chicago, IL House of Blues**
Friday, Nov. 10 Royal Oak, MI Royal Oak Music Hall**
Saturday, Nov. 11 Grand Rapids, MI 20 Monroe Live**
Tuesday, Nov. 28 Charleston, SC Charleston Music Hall
Wednesday, Nov. 29 Charleston, SC Charleston Music Hall
Friday, Dec. 1 Charleston, SC Charleston Music Hall
Saturday, Dec. 2 Washington DC Lincoln Theatre
Sunday, Dec. 3 Boston, MA Wilbur Theatre
Monday, Dec 4 Glenside, PA Keswick Theatre
Tuesday Dec. 5 New York, NY The Town Hall
Saturday, Dec. 9 Chicago, IL Thalia Hall
Monday, Dec. 11 Chattanooga, TN Tivoli Theatre
Tuesday, Dec. 12 Greenville, SC Peace Center Concert Hall
Wednesday, Dec. 13 Knoxville, TN Tennessee Theatre
Sunday, Dec. 17 Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium

*Dates joined by Gavin DeGraw and opened by The New Respects
^Opened by Billy Raffoul
+Opened by The Brummies
**Opened by Wilder