Hotline TNT have announced their new album, Cartwheel, with a video for the new single “I Thought You’d Change.” The album is due out November 3 via Third Man. The Brooklyn-based band also announced some fall tour dates around their set at Pitchfork Music Festival London in November. Check out the track list, the Eric Rahill–directed video for “I Thought You’d Change,” and all the tour dates below. 

Cartwheel is Hotline TNT’s follow-up to Nineteen In Love, the 2021 LP Will Anderson originally released on YouTube. Anderson recorded most of the songs on Cartwheel in two sessions: one with Ian Teeple (Silicone Prairie), and one with engineer Aron Kobayashi Rich (Momma). He shared the single “Protocol” in July.

Of the new song, Anderson says: 

“This song is about wanting a friendship to turn into something more, seeing it happen against all odds, wondering if it was the right thing to do, then wanting it to change back to a friendship or even a secret third style of attachment that I can’t identify or hold onto. This is the first time I’ve written a song that switches back and forth between two narrators, and I’m not sure which words are supposed to be mine and which are from my lover.”


01 Protocol
02 I Thought You’d Change
03 Beauty Filter
04 History Channel
05 I Know You
06 Son in Law
07 Out of Town
08 Maxine
09 That Was My Life
10 Spot Me
11 BMX
12 Stump

Hotline TNT Cartwheel

Hotline TNT:

09-09 Raleigh, NC – Hopscotch Music Festival
09-17 Chicago, IL – Riot Fest
10-03 Portsmouth, NH – The Press Room @
10-04 Hamden, CT – Space Ballroom @
10-05 Garwood, NJ – Crossroads @
10-06 Norfolk, VA – Chincho’s Backstage @
10-07 Asheville, NC – Different Wrld @^
10-08 Atlanta, GA – The Earl @
10-09 Nashville, TN – Third Man Records @
10-10 Memphis, TN – Growlers @
10-11 St. Louis, MO – Blueberry Hill Duck Room @
10-13 Lawrence, KS – The Bottleneck @
10-14 Minneapolis, MN – Snow & Flurry Festival @
10-15 Cudahy, WI – X-Ray Arcade @
10-16 Detroit, MI – Third Man Records @
10-17 Cleveland, OH – No Class @
11-06 Glasgow, Scotland – Hug & Pint %
11-07 Manchester, England – Yes Basement %
11-08 Newcastle upon Tyne, England – Bobiks
11-09 Sheffield, England – Delicious Clam
11-10 London, England – The George Tavern
11-11 London, England – Pitchfork Music Festival London
11-24 Englewood, CO – Gothic Theatre $
11-25 Salt Lake City, UT – Metro Music Hall $
11-27 Portland, OR – Revolution Hall $
11-28 Vancouver, British Columbia – Rickshaw Theatre $
11-29 Seattle, WA – Neumos $
12-01 San Francisco, CA – Bimbo’s 365 Club $
12-02 Los Angeles, CA – The Regent $

@ with Sheer Mag
^ with Poison Ruïn
% with Snõõper
$ with Quicksand

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