Major League Stream New Album ‘There’s Nothing Wrong With Me’ In Full

Major League promo

Major League are preparing to release their new record, There’s Nothing Wrong With Me, on November 4 via No Sleep Records. In anticipation of the release, the band has put the full album available for streaming to the pop-punk world one week early on Billboard, and you can check out the stream below after the jump.

A big difference in this album, compared to 2012’s Hard Feelings, is the change of vocal duties with guitarist Brian Joyce taking over after Nick Trask’s departure from the band. Check out what Joyce had to say about the themes of the album:

“I’ve spent the past 20 years of my life living with chemical imbalances and depression, trying to understand who I am, why I am, where I am and where I’m going,” Joyce says, remarking on the themes of the new album. “There’s Nothing Wrong With Me is an understanding of myself, for myself, and anyone who may be living with the same self-handicaps. The recording process for this album has done more emotionally and mentally, than any pill or shrink.”

Pre-orders for the album can be found here and don’t forget to catch the band supporting Mayday Parade, with remaining dates and locations here.

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