Kingswood have today shared the details of their forthcoming album.
The Melbourne four-piece are set to release their third studio release, dubbed Juveniles, on Friday 13 March.
To celebrate the news, they've also dropped a brand new track from the album, Bittersweet, today.
"Bittersweet was originally inspired by the love story of one of our dearest friends," shared the band's Fergus Linacre.
"Without going into detail, a medical issue put a question mark over their future, but without blinking they forged on together, overcome with love and companionship. The opening line, 'There’s no love on this earth that isn’t bittersweet', is a truth that we should all remember as we paddle through the waves."
Additionally, the group have announced a huge national tour with shows kicking off at Barwon Club in Geelong on Thursday 12 March and wrapping up in Mackay at the end of June.
Tickets are on sale from 11am on Wednesday 22 January, head to theGuide for all the info. Check out Bittersweet below.
White Hills, White Hills
Barwon Club Hotel, South Geelong
Corner Hotel, Richmond
Volta Arts & Culture, Ballarat Central
Kambri Precinct, Acton
Uni Bar, Wollongong
Oxford Art Factory, Darlinghurst
Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle West
The Gov, Hindmarsh
Rosemount Hotel, North Perth
Prince of Wales Hotel, Bunbury
The Triffid, Newstead
The Northern, Byron Bay
Miami Marketta, Miami