The Stolen announce self-titled LP; release video for “Millennial” feat. Patternist

Official press release:

The boys of the pop-rock outfit, The Stolen, have announced they will be releasing their self-titled, debut full-length album this spring via Revival Recordings. The record is set to be released May 31, 2019, and will include singles such as “Rooftop” feat. Jake Miller, “Overboard”, “Change The Record” and more.

The band premiered their next single and music video for “Millennial” which comes off of the 10-track record and features a guest spot by indie artist Patternist. Check it out below. The song is available across all streaming services now. Guitarist Rob Chiarappa shares:

‘Millennial’ was written super reflective on both myself and my generation. We are a breed full of emotions far more expressive and vibrant than any other generation but we just have no way to further our emotions other than minimal effort. Even its simplest form, from our friends to how we feel about things going on in the world; it’s just a part of the instant gratification we crave.

‘I know I speak too fast, don’t take it literal‘, comes from the speedy fingers we all have, and how something can instantly be taken out of context or on the adverse, someone can say something and not be aware of how it comes off. The video is sort of a mockery on how we are. It’s a weird cross between being tired and feeling old with your own generation, but realizing you’re exactly the same and a part of what you are so tired of.”

In support of the upcoming record, the band will be hitting the road for a North American tour, kicking off on May 31 in Philadelphia, and wrapping up on June 26 in Washington D.C. For a list of full dates, see below.

The Stolen track listing:

  1. “Jersey”
  2. “Overboard”
  3. “Change The Record”
  4. “Millenial” feat. Patternist
  5. “Rooftop” feat. Jake Miller
  6. “Stuck”
  7. “Before You Were Gone”
  8. “Autophobia”
  9. “Only In The Night”
  10. “This Is Good For You, Yeah?”
  11. “If I Left Tomorrow (Will I Stay Here When I Die?)”

5/31 – Philadelphia, PA | Creep Records
6/01 – Brooklyn, NY | Sunnyvale
6/02 – Asbury Park, NJ | House of Independents
6/07 – Boston, MA | CafĂ© 939
6/08 – Buffalo, NY | Evening Star Concert Hall
6/09 – Syracuse, NY | Spark Community Art Space
6/10 – Pittsburgh, PA | Smiling Moose
6/11 – Lakewood, OH | Mahalls
6/12 – Columbus, OH | Big Room Bar
6/13 – Detroit, MI | Pike Room
6/14 – Indianapolis, IN | Irving Theatre
6/15 – Chicago, IL | Subterranean
6/16 – Madison, WI | High Noon
6/18 – Burnsville, MN | The Garage
6/19 – Kansas City, MO | Encore
6/20 – St. Louis, MO | Fubar
6/21 – Nashville, TN | The End
6/22 – Atlanta, GA | Masquerade
6/23 – Orlando, FL | Soundbar
6/25 – Charlotte, NC | Neighborhood Theatre
6/26 – Washington, D.C. | DC9