Today, Columbus, Ohio trio Caamp share the latest single from their upcoming album, By and By which will be out July 26th on Mom + Pop Music. The track is called “Wolf Song” and you can listen to it HERE. Of the track, the band says, “‘Wolf Song’ – A love put on hold. The story of an individual longing for connection and embracing the beauty of the journey. It’s to reassure the notion that you can walk alone, for a time. Break the noose, heed the call – feel it all.”

Caamp has already had quite a big year and they do not plan on slowing down any time soon. The band recently joined the Mom + Pop Music family, announced their upcoming full length record By and Byshared their first single, “Penny, Heads Up,” and followed that up with “No Sleep.” The band recently took part in the new Miller Lite campaign, “Made in Ohio,” where they talk about how being a band from Columbus has influenced their career while their song “Ohio,” from their 2016 self-titled album, soundtracks the feature.

Watch it HERE. After a summer of festival appearances, they’ll kick off their North American tour on October 15th in Phoenix, AZ at the Crescent Ballroom. Highlights include The Fonda in Los Angeles, Thalia Hall in Chicago, a two-night stint at the Basement East in Nashville and they will round out the tour with Brooklyn Steel in New York on December 10th.

More on Caamp and By and By

By and By was produced by Caamp with Josh Block and Austin Jenkins (Leon BridgesWhite Denim) from Niles City Sound in Fort Worth. The album is available for pre-order here. Caamp formed when Taylor Meier and Evan Westfall met and bonded over a shared love of music and a shared love of home, specifically the inspiration they culled from the Midwest lives they grew up in.

The two began writing and performing and quickly grew a rabid fan base. A self-titled 2016 debut album took flight, quickly gaining over 52 million streams, with a staggering 25 million streams for their single “Vagabond” alone. Evan and Taylor brought on a third member and longtime friend, Matt Vinson, to join on bass just before recording By and By. With the help of Block and Jenkins, the trio continued to expand their sonic horizons.