AMERICAN HI-FI: “Fight The Frequency” Release Date Changed To August 17

American Hi-Fi’s new album, “Fight The Frequency,” will now be released August 17 on their own label, Hi-Fi Killers/The Ascot Club (through Megaforce/RED/Sony). Originally due out June 22, it’s the highly anticipated follow-up to 2005’s “Hearts On Parade” (Maverick) and was produced by singer/guitarist Stacy Jones and recorded at his studio in Los Angeles, The Deathstar.

“Lost” is the first single from the original line-up–Stacy Jones (singer/guitarist), Drew Parsons (bass), Jamie Arentzen (guitars) and Brian Nolan (drums)—which will impact radio on May 24. A video for the song is being shot in Los Angeles next week with award-winning director Chris Applebaum (Rihanna, Kid Rock, Fountains of Wayne), who previously worked with the band on the clip for their smash hit “Flavor Of The Weak.”

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