In May 2017 it was announced that due to an illness, Pete Lesperance and Creighton Doane would not be taking part on Harem Scarem's UK headline tour dates which commenced in October 2017. In their place, the band recruited a fresh set of musicians, bassist Scott Marsh (of Canadian band The Headstones), guitarist Mike Urbanek (of British band H-Bomb) and percussionist/keyboards player Jennifer Guyley (of Canadian band Nowhere Else). In an interview, Harry Hess mentioned that all original band members are to be credited for Harem Scarem's 30th year anniversary tour, as the other members (Smith and Lesperance) only played live and are no longer a part of the band's current line-up. The tour commenced in October 2017
On November 3, 2017, Harem Scarem guitarist, Pete Lesperance, announced on his Facebook page the possible cancellation of the tour due to personal reasons. A few days later, the band confirmed that Pete had been involved in a car accident and was recovering from a broken ankle.
On June 10, 2017, a Harem Scarem webcast was held with the band performing several new songs and studio tracks from their new album. The band also announced that they would be supporting the British rockers, Whitesnake, on their European tour in July.
On May 22, 2018, the band released their eleventh studio album entitled United. It was announced that the album would be available via all digital retailers on June 1. On May 26, 2018, during an interview with Hard Rock Hideout, guitarist Pete Lesperance revealed that the band had not made any plans for the near future, and that he was hopeful to return to the studio soon.
On March 16, 2018, it was announced that Harem Scarem will perform at the 2018 edition of Vans Warped Tour, taking place from June 7 to August 9, 2018, in North America, with support from fellow Canadian rockers Senses Fail and Graves at the Vans Warped Tour Japan Tour, also featuring Taking Back Sunday.
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