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Phish Announce First New Album in Over Four Years

Band will kick off four nights at Las Vegas’ Sphere next week

Phish have announced their new album Evolve, out July 12 via JEMP Records. The record marks the band’s first studio album in over four years. They also shared the title track, a breezy summer jam that stretches just over four minutes. Check it out below.

Evolve is Phish’s 16th studio album, following 2020’s Sigma Oasis, which they released at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic. In 2022, they released Get More Down under the fictional comic book band Sci-Fi Soldier, which they previously performed at the MGM Garden Arena in Las Vegas in 2021. In 2022, Trey Anastasio released Mercy, his first solo acoustic album.


“I think I’ve historically felt safer playing the guitar than I have walking down the street, or talking to somebody in a one-on-one conversation,” Anastasio told us in 2020. “It’s just been my safe place to be. Honestly, sometimes I think I manifest as Mr. Smiley-Happy Guy, except when I’m playing the guitar. When I’m playing the guitar, I don’t have to hide behind anything, and I think sometimes it gets really dark and scary in guitar moments, where I can be just not scared to actually open the emotion of how I really feel inside. That’s been my safe way of emoting over the years.”

Next week, Phish will perform four sold-out nights at the Sphere in Las Vegas, kicking off on April 18. They’ll tour this summer, kicking off in Mansfield, Massachusetts, on July 19. The tour goes through August, with three nights at New York’s Bethel Woods Center for the Arts on Aug. 9. The trek will wrap with four shows in Commerce, Colorado on Aug. 29.

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