The Hold Steady will return in 2014 with its first album in nearly four years. “Teeth Dreams,” the poetic bar rock band’s sixth studio album, is due out on March 25 on the band’s new label Washington Square.
Washington Square is making its debut with the Hold Steady’s “Teeth Dreams,” as Billboard reports. The brand new record label is an imprint of Razor & Tie.
“We’re excited for this new chapter,” said the Hold Steady’s Craig Finn in a statement.
The Hold Steady’s last release, “Heaven is Whenever” came out in 2010 and was the band’s highest charting album in the U.S.