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The platinum-certified alternative quartet from Houston, TX—Justin Furstenfeld [vocals, guitar, songwriter], Jeremy Furstenfeld [drums], Ryan Delahoussaye [violin, mandolin, piano], Matt Noveskey [bass], and Steve Schiltz [guitar]—consistently evolves with every release. For their thirteenth studio album, tentatively titled Everything We Lost In The Fire, Blue October unlocks another creative masterpiece.

“The heaviest times of our lives is when we have to make difficult decisions. Change can be a beautiful part of life if you celebrate it. This is me celebrating change in the loudest way possible,“ states frontman Justin Furstenfeld.

After two years of nonstop recording and touring supporting Spinning The Truth Around Part I and Part II, you would think Justin and the band would want to take some time to themselves to rest and recharge. However, Furstenfeld immediately returned to his happy place in the studio where the creativity continued to flow and in a short period of time, a new album was born. Magic courses through the first single “Everything We Lost In The Fire,” a revealing story about having the courage to embrace change, spoken with big guitars and drums. This will be one of the heaviest sounding albums the band has ever released.

For the listener, there’s a real connection with the live experience that can only be created by a vast catalog. Blue October returns to the road in Winter/Spring 2024 on a 35 city headline tour in theaters across the country. Followed by a 32 city Summer amphitheater tour. There is no question Blue October’s best days are ahead.

Blue October History

Blue October has been touring the world with a boundless approach, generating north of 1 billion total streams and charting 19 hits. In 2006, Foiled earned a platinum certification and yielded signature anthems “Hate Me” and “Into The Ocean,” kicking off a prolific streak. In addition to six consecutive Top 30 album debuts on the Billboard Top 200, they scored three straight #1 entries on the Top Alternative Albums Chart with Any Man In America [2011], Sway [2013], and Home [2016].

Speaking to their sustained influence, 2023’s “Down Here Waiting” spent 6 months on the chart, inspiring new fans to discover their new favorite band, who are then happily surprised to find a catalog of 12 albums to explore. Many questioning ‘how did I not know about this band sooner.’

2018’s I Hope You’re Happy has become one of Blue October’s seminal albums. The title song

“I Hope You’re Happy” vaulted all the way to #14 on the Alternative Chart, and is still one of their

most popular streaming songs. 2020’s This Is What I Live For bowed in the Top 20 of the Top Rock Albums Chart and spawned a radio hit with “Oh My My,” garnering a Top 10 single at Alternative Rock Radio their first Top 10 since 2009 with over 10 million-plus streams. “Down Here Waiting” last 6 months

A lifelong theater student, Justin began studying at the “Fame” high school of Houston, HSPVA, where he met bandmate Ryan Delahoussaye. In September 2023, Furstenfeld made his feature film debut in the action movie, Section 8 (in theaters and AMC+), alongside Dolph Lundgren, Mickey Rourke, Dermot Mulroney, and Ryan Kwanten. His second film Lights Out, featuring Frank Grillo, Mekhi Phifer, Scott Adkins and Dermot Mulroney, released February 2024.

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