Sublime With Rome Release Final Album

Sublime With Rome have released their final self-titled full length that can be streamed here, the album is a culmination of the last fifteen years and acts as a final farewell that honors the legacy of Sublime. In support of the final album, the band is performing nationwide on The Farewell Tour with the touring members for this final leg consisting of Rome Ramirez, Joe Tomino, Brian Allen (Miranda Lambert / Zac Brown) and Gabrial McNair (No Doubt / Green Day). You can view the band’s farewell tour dates and purchase tickets here “Please enjoy the final Sublime with Rome album. I debated on whether to release it, but after heartfelt conversations with many of you, I’ve come to realize that the music deserves to be heard. Our fans, you, are at the core of everything we do....

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