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The Hold Steady Share New Song “You Did Good Kid”

Thrashing Thru the Passion Due Out August 16 via Frenchkiss

Jul 23, 2019
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The Hold Steady are releasing a new album, Thrashing Thru the Passion, on August 16 via Frenchkiss. Now they have shared another song from it, "You Did Good Kid." Listen below, followed by the band's upcoming tour dates.

Frontman Craig Finn had this to say about "You Did Good Kid" in a press release:  "'You Did Good Kid' is the first song we worked on for this session, and remains a favorite. It went though a few iterations before we came to this arrangement, and I'm really psyched on it. It feels great to play live."

Previously The Hold Steady shared Thrashing Thru the Passion's first single, album opener "Denver Haircut." Thrashing Thru the Passion is the band's first album in five years (since 2014's Teeth Dreams) and their seventh album overall. The album was recorded with producer Josh Kaufman and engineer D. James Goodwin in Woodstock, NY at The Isokon.

Finn had this to say about the album in a previous press release: "I've been saying for a few years now - since Franz [Nicolay] came back- that this six piece lineup of The Hold Steady is the best band we've ever been. The new songs recorded by this version of the band are super exciting to us. It's been a very fun and creative period for The Hold Steady."

The Hold Steady Tour Dates:

August:

15-17 - Seattle, WA - The Crocodile (Aug 17 SOLD OUT) 
22 - Chicago, IL - Thalia Hall
23 - Chicago, IL - Empty Bottle - SOLD OUT
24 - Chicago, IL - Thalia Hall - SOLD OUT

September:

5-7 - Nashville, TN - Basement East
12-15 - Boston, MA - The Sinclair (Sept 13 & 14 SOLD OUT)

December:

4-7 - Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Bowl - (December 7 SOLD OUT)

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