Timeflies Reveals New Album Title, Fall Tour: Exclusive

Dana Loftus
Timeflies backstage at Lollapalooza 2013, Chicago, IL

The 'Warning Signs' trek with Chiddy Bang launches on October 9.

Since the release of their debut album "The Scotch Tape" in September 2011, pop-rap duo Timeflies has amassed a dedicated following that is ready for new music. This fall, Rob "Res" Resnick and Cal Shapiro will return in grand fashion with "Warning Signs," Timeflies' next proper full-length, which will be supported by a sprawling fall U.S. tour. 

"Warning Signs" follows last November's "One Night" EP, which included five original songs and has sold 45,000 copies to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan. After gaining followers on YouTube thanks to its cover-heavy "Timeflies Tuesdays" series, the duo is ready to tinker with new sounds within its upcoming original material.

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"'Warning Signs' has been in the works since we released the 'One Night' EP," the group tells Billboard. "We have spent the last year writing and producing this album, using every spare moment we have to craft a project that we feel is truly taking our sound to the next level… This album is a sign of things to come, and we can't wait for everyone to experience it."

Although "Warning Signs" still has an unannounced release date ("early fall" is the projected timetable), Timeflies has unveiled the dates of its fall Warning Signs headlining tour, with Chiddy Bang serving as special guests. Check out the dates below:

Oct. 9:    Boston, MA        (Agganis Arena)

Oct. 11: Philadelphia, PA    (Electric Factory)

Oct. 15: Denver, CO              (Ogden Theater)

Oct. 16: Salt Lake City    (In the Venue)

Oct. 18: Seattle, WA        (Showbox SODO)

Oct. 19: Portland, OR        (Roseland Theater)

Oct. 20: San Francisco, CA    (The Fillmore)

Oct. 22: Pomona, CA             (Glasshouse)

Oct. 24: Los Angeles, CA         (Club Nokia)

Oct. 27: Tempe, AZ           (The Marquee)

Oct. 29: Dallas, TX              (House Of Blues)

Oct. 30: Austin, TX        (Emo's)

Nov. 1: Atlanta, GA        (Center Stage)

Nov. 3: Ft Lauderdale, FL      (Revolution)

Nov. 4: Tampa, FL               (Ritz Ybor)

Nov. 6: Ashville, NC        (Orange Peel)

Nov. 8: Pittsburgh, PA      (Carnegie Mellon)

Nov. 10: Silver Springs, MD      (The Fillmore)

Nov. 12: Columbus, OH    (LC Pavilion)

Nov. 14: Normal, IL          (Illinois State U Braden Auditorium)

Nov. 15: Milwaukee, WI           (The Rave)

Nov. 16: St Louis, MO        (The Pageant)

Nov. 19: Toronto, ON             (Sound Academy)

Nov. 20: Albany, NY              (Upstate Concert Hall)

Nov. 21: New York, NY        (MSG Theatre)

Nov. 24: Detroit, MI         (Royal Oak Music Hall)


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