Silverstein announces ‘Misery Made Me Deluxe,’ share new single ‘Poison Pill’

Silverstein are thrilled to announce ‘Misery Made Me Deluxe,’ an extended release of their critically acclaimed 2022 album. ‘Misery Made Me Deluxe’ features new versions of songs from the original record as well as new music, including the newly released single ‘Poison Pill,’

“Almost a year later, it’s super exciting to celebrate my favorite album we’ve ever made with some extra songs and alternate versions,” shares frontman Shane Told. ‘Poison Pill’ was one of my favorite songs from the ‘Misery Made Me’ sessions, but I wasn’t sure it completely fit in with the rest of the album. But, it was so catchy, and had so many cool tones and textures we wanted to save it for this moment and really show a different emotion and feel from the rest of the album. The song inspired us to throwback to some of the music videos we grew up with, and it’s one of the most fun videos we’ve ever done. I think it captures the feel of the music perfectly.”

The new version of the record will include new songs ‘Poison Pill’ and ‘Stitches,’ acoustic versions of ‘Poison Pill’ and ‘Don’t Wait Up,’ as well as live versions of ‘Bankrupt’ and ‘It’s Over.’

‘Misery Made Me Deluxe’ is set to be released on April 7th via UNFD. The album is available for pre-save now and fans can also pre-order physical bundles, including an exclusive collaboration with lifestyle brand The Pretty CultHERE. The two have teamed up to create a custom and authentic – Silverstein tarot card deck, special tarot card-themed merch, a custom candle, and altar cloth.

The Pretty Cult owner and founder Arielle Salsa shares: “I’m so excited for this opportunity to team up with Silverstein on this collection. I met Silverstein at their ‘Misery Made Me’ album pop-up last May and saw they had tarot-inspired art for some of their merch. After connecting with them, it was clear that The Pretty Cult was the perfect fit to expand the concept as my brand revolves around tarot, the occult, and the practice of witchcraft. I thought we could expand on the idea by creating a collection complete with a tarot deck, guidebook, altar cloth, and two unique Silverstein x The Pretty Cult tarot items. When creating this tarot deck and guidebook, I wanted to make sure it was as authentic as possible, as I am a practicing witch myself. I wanted to create a deck that was as inclusive to the avid tarot user as it was to a beginner.

As Silverstein is a band that are self-managed and unafraid to constantly push boundaries and grow over their 20+ career, it was a nice fit with the practice of tarot as it’s less about a higher power and more about being your own master and creating your own path.”

Silverstein will be hitting the road next week for the Misery Made Me 2023 North American Tour. The 29-date run kicks off on March 30th in Ottawa and features special guests Dayseeker, SeeYouSpaceCowboy, and One Step Closer. Tickets and VIP packages are on sale HERE.

March 30th – Bronson – Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
March 31st – Imperial Bell – Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
April 1st – Webster – Hartford, Connecticut, USA
April 2nd – Sherman Theater – Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, USA
April 4th – Mr Smalls – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
April 5th – The Queen – Wilmington, Delaware, USA
April 7th – The Norva – Norfolk, Virginia, USA
April 8th – House of Blues – Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA
April 9th – Ritz – Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
April 11th – Vinyl – Pensacola, Florida, USA
April 12th – Joy Theater – New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
April 14th – Mohawk – Austin, Texas, USA
April 15th – Diamond Ballroom – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
April 16th – Sunshine Theater – Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
April 18th – Rialto – Tucson, Arizona, USA
April 19th – Brooklyn Bowl – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
April 21st – RMC – Riverside, California, USA
April 22nd – Observatory – San Diego, California, USA
April 23rd – The Regency – San Francisco, California, USA
April 25th – Alma – Tacoma, Washington, USA
April 26th – Commodore – Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
April 28th – Midway – Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
April 29th – Palace Theatre – Calgary, Alberta, Canada
April 30th – Coors Event Centre – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
May 2nd – Park Theatre – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
May 4th – The Rave – Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
May 5th – Bogarts – Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
May 6th – Agora – Cleveland, Ohio, USA
May 7th – The Intersection – Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA

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