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During the touring cycle for Happiness Is , the group worked on material for their next record. Following a holiday show in late , guitarist John Nolan was expecting his second child and wished to be nearby. With the members living between Lazzara and Nolan's houses, they persuaded producer Mike Sapone to them. In January , the group were writing at the studio, and by March, they started recording. One change the group experienced was the ability to track every instrument, and subsequently listen to it back.

This enabled the group to listen to the proceedings objectively, rather than talking solely about a single part. In summer , the band embarked on the Taste of Chaos tour. In late June, Tidal Wave was announced and a music video was also released for the title-track. In mid-September, a lyric video was released for "Death Wolf". Tidal Wave was released on September 16 through Hopeless Records. The album peaked at 36 on the Billboard and in the top 10 of several other Billboard charts. In addition, it also charted in Australia and Scotland.

Following this, the group went in an intimate club tour, during which they played the album in its entirety. This was the band's last studio album to feature guitarist Eddie Reyes, who announced his departure in He said he could not "believe how [some of the songs] are coming out". According to Lazzara, the group "always said it would be nice if there was a studio here we could record at", but was unaware of any. Engineer Mike Pepe, who had been a long-time fan of the group, subsequently told Lazzara about a local studio where he worked at, [7] Sioux Sioux Studios in Charlotte, North Carolina.

After meeting up with the group, Lazzara said Sapone "didn't want to leave. He fell in love with it here. He would always get up early and drive around town". In mid-March , the band revealed they had begun recording. Lazzara said Sapone would "push you even when you don't want to be pushed and wants to explore every possible option that your brain can come up with".

There were times when Mark was playing and I was thinking, 'I don't know how he's physically doing that'". Lazzara said the group had four or five working titles for the album's name, but "none of them were that good". We've freed ourselves up to go in new directions". There's a smarter way to do it", citing "You Can't Look Back" as "a real dynamic example of that".

Lazzara said "Death Wolf" was "one of the faster songs" that the group has ever written and was "also unlike anything we've done in terms of the approach". He was like, 'Man, we should make a song out of that'". I made a song out of it'". Nolan said "I Felt It Too" was one of the slower songs on the album and it "really grabs me in a certain way: it makes me feel something every time I listen to it". Lazzara said Nolan would often drive with his son while listening to album demos.

As a result, his son would become familiar with the tracks. One night when Nolan put his son to sleep he heard his son singing. He recorded it and subsequently showed the band, to which Lazzara said "alright, that's got to be at the end of the song! In June and July , the band performed on the edition of Taste of Chaos. On June 27, Tidal Wave was announced for release in September.

The group became aware of all the water references in the songs' lyrics around the time the photo was taken. They were supported by You Blew It! On February 7, , a music video was released for "Call Come Running", directed by Brawner [47] and filmed in Lazzara's neighborhood in Charlotte. Stanton said that it continued on from the "You Can't Look Back" video with Lazzara "desperately running around looking for help while everyone ignores you, until some man helps you and throws you into a bath.

Milestones, Muncie Girls and Black Foxxes also supported on select dates. Tidal Wave received generally favorable reviews, according to review aggregation website Metacritic. Sometimes a band has to make something for themselves and not try to appease an audience who's stuck on who they used to be". The are hit and miss". Rod Yates of Rolling Stone Australia wrote that the album "feels cut from the same cloth" as Happiness Is , "only it's not quite as well tailored". GIGsoup contributor Simon Carline wrote that the group had "a back catalogue that most bands of their age and genre would kill for, 'Tidal Wave' simply adds a few more favourites to the ranks".

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