Acclaimed Baltimore funk quartet Pigeons playing ping pong announced the release of their highly anticipated new studio album. Perspective arrives Friday, April 8; pre-orders are available now.

Perspective seamlessly blends effervescent lyricism with groovy instrumentation, confidently creating P4’s most ambitious studio work to date. The Maryland-based band—Greg Ormont [vocals, guitar]Jeremy Schon [guitar, vocals]Ben Carey [bass, vocals]and Alex “Gator” Petropulos [drums, vocals]– will be celebrating their sixth studio album and first full-length project in over two years with a massive national tour and an impressive string of festival appearances. The project is yet another milestone in the band’s history, having played countless sold-out shows, garnered millions of streams, and developed a rabid fanbase affectionately known as “The Flock.” Despite the seemingly endless awards and hectic touring schedule, Perspective is a necessary musing for tireless musicians.

“When the tour stopped in 2020, we gained immense perspective,” admits Ormont. “The title of the album speaks to the prospect of the pandemic as well as our growth over the years. During this turbulent time, everyone in the world has been forced to look in the mirror and ask themselves what is really important. If there’s anything we’ve all won, it’s perspective, and a recurring theme in our group is not wasting time. Now more than ever, we recognize that you only have one life, so you might as well live it to the fullest and uplift people in the process.



Perspective Tour 2022, named after the self-titled studio album, will see the band visit more than thirty cities across the country. After a long string of shows across the Midwest, Southwest and West Coast, the funky foursome will migrate to the East Coast. After a pair of performances at House of Blues in Boston (4/1-2), PPPP will return to New York for an inaugural performance at Terminal 5 (4/9). The tour continues with a highly anticipated return to The National in Richmond, Va. (04/20). The group will perform a series of concerts throughout the Southeast, highlighted by a first doubleheader at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville (4/23-24) and a visit to the Lincoln Theater Outdoor in Raleigh, North Carolina (4/30 ).

P4 will embark on another busy journey through festival season with the eleventh annual Domefest, their self-produced music and camping festival (5/19-21). Subsequent dates include appearances at Summer Camp Music Festival (5/27-29), Bonnaroo (6/16-19), and High Sierra Music Festival (6/30-7/3), among others.

Tickets for all newly announced tour dates will be available through the website. An artist presale runs from Wednesday, January 26 at 10 a.m. ET through Thursday, January 27 at 5 p.m. ET. Public on-sale begins Friday, January 28 at 10 a.m. ET.


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