Barenaked Ladies announce new album, 'Fake Nudes,' with tour
Barenaked Ladies

Having sold over 14 million albums since their inception, and winning multiple JUNO Awards and Grammy nominations, Barenaked Ladies have announced today the release of their fifteenth studio album Fake Nudes. This album will be out on Nov. 17 via Vanguard Records. The album contains fourteen original track, including the lead single "Lookin' Up" written by the band's frontman Ed Robertson, Better Than Ezra's Kevin Griffin, and Weezer, Fitz & the Tantrums and Train's co-writer Sam Hollander.

Barenaked Ladies are known for their huge radio hit, "One Week," which is still played in rotation today, and sing the theme song to the hit CBS television show "The Big Bang Theory." They are beloved in their native homeland of Canada, and their shows are in high-demand and always sell out quickly. The band also has a very large following in the US thanks to their longevity of more than 25 years. 

In a recent press release, lead singer Robertson stated "I'm incredibly proud of this collection of songs. This is a record where all band members shine. It's incredible to feel so excited about something 29 years into our career. I'm excited to get out and play these songs live." Coinciding with the release of the new album the band will kick off a market tour in Canada beginning Nov. 17 in Vancouver, BC followed by a U.S. National tour in 2018. The group will be making an appearance at this year's KAABOO Festival on Thursday, Sept. 14 in Del Mar, CA.