Fleetwood Mac set to release a new EP sometime in the next few days

Fleetwood Mac set to release a new EP sometime in the next few days

Fleetwood Mac is set to release an EP of new material sometime this week, its first fresh content since 2003’s Say You Will. The band has been working on the tracks since last year, when Stevie Nicks told Rolling Stone she was looking at the songs “through the eyes of wisdom now, instead of through the eyes of jealousy and resentment and anger.”

The band’s been playing at least one of the new songs, “Sad Angel,” on its current tour. Dates for that whole run—which ends in July at the Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento—are below, as is a fairly decently YouTube clip of the band doing "Sad Angel" live. Spoiler alert: Stevie Nicks is wearing black.

Fleetwood Mac tour 2013

April 9—Verizon Center—Washington, DC
April 11—KFC Yum! Center—Louisville, Kentucky
April 13—United Center—Chicago, Illinois
April 16—The Air Canada Centre—Toronto, Ontario
April 18—TD Garden—Boston, Massachusetts
April 20—Mohegan Sun Arena—Uncasville, Connecticut
April 23—Scotiabank Place—Ottawa, Ontario
April 24—Prudential Center—Newark, New Jersey
April 26—CONSOL Energy Center—Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
April 28—Xcel Center—St. Paul, Minnesota
April 30—Sprint Center—Kansas City, Missouri
May 1—BOK Center—Tulsa, Oklahoma
May 3—Verizon Arena—Little Rock, Arkansas
May 4—New Orleans Jazz And Heritage Festival—New Orleans, Louisiana
May 12—MTS Centre—Winnipeg, Manitoba
May 14—Credit Union Centre—Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
May 15—Rexall Place—Edmonton, Alberta
May 17—Scotiabank Saddledome—Calgary, Alberta
May 19—Rogers Arena—Vancouver, British Columbia
May 20—Tacoma Dome—Tacoma, Washington
May 22—HP Pavilion At San Jose—San Jose, California
May 25—Hollywood Bowl—Los Angeles, California
May 26—MGM Grand Arena—Las Vegas, Nevada
May 28—Honda Center—Anaheim, California
May 30—US Airways Center—Phoenix, Arizona
June 1—Pepsi Center—Denver, Colorado
June 4—American Airlines Center—Dallas, Texas
June 5—Toyota Center—Houston, Texas
June 7—Tampa Bay Times Forum—Tampa, Florida
June 8—BB&T Center—Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
June 10—Philips Arena—Atlanta, Georgia
June 12—Joe Louis Arena—Detroit, Michigan
June 14—Allstate Arena—Rosemont, Illinois
June 15—Quicken Loans Arena—Cleveland, Ohio
June 18—Bell Centre—Montreal, Quebec
June 19—Times Union Center—Albany, New York
June 21—Comcast Center—Mansfield, Massachusetts
June 22—Nikon At Jones Beach Theater—Wantagh, New York
June 24—Time Warner Cable Arena—Charlotte, North Carolina
June 26—Wells Fargo Arena—Des Moines, Iowa
June 29—Spokane Arena—Spokane, Washington
June 30—Rose Garden Arena—Portland, Oregon
July 3—Staples Center—Los Angeles, California
July 5—Viejas Arena—San Diego, California
July 6—Sleep Train Arena—Sacramento, California