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Atlanta-based The Bitteroots set to release
new album ‘Try Me Again’ April 8
As they embark on a limited run of shows this spring in the
Southeast U.S., groove-rock band The Bitteroots are set to release their sixth album of original
“Try Me Again” collects some of the band’s favorite songs from its first 10 years — audience-
tested at hundreds of shows — recorded as they’re performed today.
The album, set for digital release April 8, follows last summer’s single “Time to Spare.”
The 13 tracks appearing on “Try Me Again” include updates of songs stretching back to the
founding days of The Bitteroots in 2008. Through live performances and countless rehearsals,
the songs have evolved — in some cases considerably — from the first recorded versions.