Collective Soul To Release New Double Album ‘From Here To Eternity’

Collective Soul have announced that marking their 30th anniversary, the band will release a double album, Here to Eternity, on May 17 through Fuzze-Flex Records.

Here to Eternity will be available digitally, including in Dolby Atmos, as a single disc CD, and as a limited edition double-disc colored vinyl.

The 20-song album was recorded at Elvis Presley‘s estate in Palm Springs, California.

The project, which will be Collective Soul’s 12th album, was co-produced by the Atlanta-based rock band and Shawn Grove.

Speaking about the album, Collective Soul frontman Ed Roland said, “Speaking of dreams, as a kid determined that rock n’ roll was my life, I dreamed of making a double album, well here you go! Here to Eternity recorded at Elvis’ estate in Palm Springs, CA. Wow, Wow, and Wow.”

“Twenty songs that truly show the personality of this band and our musical journey!” he added. “This recording is not the pinnacle of the band, but it’s the best one yet! Shouldn’t we all feel the next day as our best? Well enjoy our best till the next one.”

Here to Eternity tracklisting:

Mother’s LoveBluer Than So BlueLet It FlowNot the SameBob Dylan (Where Are You Today)Hey ManKick ItMatter of FactSister and MaryBe the OneKeep It on TrackWho LovesLa Dee DaBring on the DayWords AwayNo Man’s LandLetter from EI Know You, You Know MeTherapyOver and Out

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