Two days before the world premiere of “I’m A Mess”, The Rasmus revealed that the title of their upcoming album will be self-titled from the band and it’ll be released in Finland the 18th of April, distributed under Universal Music Finland’s label.

Concerning the first single “I’m A Mess”, it’ll be rotating in Finnish radios from the 27th of February, while it’ll be available to buy in digital shops from the 5th of March, of course just for Finnish market.

Besides this news, some new gigs in Finland in October have been added, in detail:
10.10 Turku, Logomo
11.10 Mikkeli, Mikaeli
12.10 Lahti, Sibeliustalo
13.10 Tampere, Tampere-Talo
14.10 Kuopio, Musiikkikeskus
19.10 Helsinki, Tavastia
20.10 Helsinki, Tavastia

In the Facebook account of the band it’s available the press release (in Finish) that tells the news, here’s the translation of the most relevant parts (thanks to Sharazan):

The Rasmus returns!

The manager of Universal Music Finland, Jarkko Nordlund, says “We’re tremendously happy to start cooperation with such a remarkable Finnish and international band. The Rasmus is a fantastic example of how well the Finnish music works also abroad. The interest towards the new material is enormous – and the album is excellent!”

Lauri says “We certainly want to release albums more often, so it was about time we set sights on writing new songs for The Rasmus and release them”. Lauri also adds, that he was really anxious to get into making the new material.

“Making a new album has never before been as fast, easy, stress-free, and enjoyable as with this one. We found again the joy of making music, which felt pretty much the same as when the band started. I hardly can wait, that we get to planning a new setlist for the gigs. It’s also really cool, that now we can choose songs from eight albums”, tells Lauri with a smile.

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