The Airborne Toxic Event drops new single; announces fall tour dates

The Airborne Toxic Event has released a new song called “Come on Out,” the first single from the band’s upcoming album, Hollywood Park.

“‘Come on Out’ is about the night I ran away from home when I was 11 years old,” says frontman Mikel Jollett. “It’s also about child abuse and anger and the oddly dangerous world of children. We love this song. We hope you do too.”

You can download “Come on Out” now via digital outlets.

Hollywood Park, the follow-up to 2015’s Dope Machines and Songs of God and Whiskey, is due out May 8. It’ll be accompanied by a memoir of the same name written by Jollett, which arrives May 5.

In other ATE news, the Los Angeles outfit has announced a fall headlining tour in support of Hollywood Park, launching October 9 in their hometown’s Greek Theatre.

Prior to the fall dates, the band will play a series of four-night, sold-out residencies in L.A. and New York City beginning March 31. They’ll then kick off a full spring and summer tour May 27 in Phoenix, Arizona.

For the full list of dates and all ticket info, visit

Here’s the Hollywood Park track list:

“Hollywood Park”
“Brother, How Was the War?”
“Carry Me”
“Come on Out”
“I Don’t Want to Be Here Anymore”
“All the Children”
“Everything I Love Is Broken”
“All These Engagements”
“The Place We Meet a Thousand Feet Beneath the Racetrack”
“The Common Touch”
“The Place We Meet a Thousand Feet Beneath the Racetrack (Reprise)”

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