Arkells are back!

The band have released a quirky new video for their latest singe, Years in the Making. The single marks the bands first since Hand Me Downs, off their 2018 album, Rally Cry.

“It leans on a question we keep coming back to: “how do we conceive of everything we’ve been through, and shape it to offer some love and hope?” ‘Years In The Making’ is meant to encourage us to find ways to embrace the bumps in the road, because all of our challenges are ultimately there to help us work towards the dream – whatever that may be,” frontman Max Kerman explains.

The band also announced they will return to Hamilton for another massive concert this summer.

The Hamilton natives played Ivor Wynn Stadium as part of their Rally Cry tour in 2018. According to Tourism Hamilton, the open-air event was the largest since 1975, when 50,000 fans packed the stadium for Pink Floyd.

This summer, the band will return to Hamilton’s Tim Hortons Field to relive that magic.

Arkells enlisted the help of close friend, Toronto Raptors head coach Nick Nurse to break the news.

The Rally with special guests BleachersK.Flay and Haviah Mighty hits Tim Hortons field June 20.

Verified Fan pre-sale begins Tues, March 3 at 10:00 a.m.

Tickets go on sale to the general public Thurs, March 5 at 10:00 a.m.



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