Posted in music | tour dates on August 3, 2012

Freelance Whales

Freelance Whales are one of the many bands visiting Montreal this weekend for the Osheaga Festival (Aug. 3 -5) which sounds like it's going to be a really good time. (They play tonight.) The winsome New Yorkers will then cross back across the border to play Higher Ground in Burlington, VT on Saturday (8/4). After that the band will be putting the finishing touches on their new album, Diluvia, which is out October 9 via Frenchkiss. You can stream the album's first single, "Locked Out," below.

The band will also be going on tour around the same time as the album's release, including a hometown stop at Webster Hall on November 1. Tickets to that show (and the rest of the tour) go on sale today (8/3) at noon.

Additionally, buying tickets to the tour online will also come with some audio goodies. On August 20 you'll get a batch of songs including new single "Locked Out" and "Spitting Image." Then you'll receive a download of the entire new album on its release date. That pretty sweet.

All upcoming Freelance Whale tour dates are below, as is Deluvia's cover art and the single stream.

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Freelance Whales - "Locked Out"

Freelance Whales

Freelance Whales - 2012 Tour Dates
8/3: Montreal, QC / Osheaga Festival
8/4: South Burlington, VT / Higher Ground
10/04: Chicago, IL / Lincoln Hall
10/05: Minneapolis, MI / 7th St Entry
10/06: Madison, WI / Redamte
10/07: Iowa City / Maintenance Shop
10/10: Dallas, TX / Trees
10/11: Houston, TX / Fitzgerald's
10/13: Mexico City, MX / Capital Corona Festival ( 10/14: Austin, TX / Austin City Limits
10/16: Los Angeles, CA / El Rey
10/18: San Francisco, CA / Mezzanine
10/20: Portland, OR / Doug Fir
10/21: Seattle, WA / Chop Suey
10/23: Salt Lake City, UT / Kilby Court
10/24: Denver, CO / Bluebird
10/26: St. Louis, MO / Firebird
10/27: Nashville, TN / The End
10/28: Atlanta, GA / The Loft
10/30: Chapel Hill, NC / Local 506
10/31: Washington, DC / 9:30 Club
11/01: New York, NY / Webster Hall
11/02: Philadelphia, PA / Union Transfer
11/03: Boston, MA / Paradise

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Comments (1)

I like how their music video Lock Out looks just like a retro music video. They are one of my favorite indie rock bands.

Posted by ontario honey | November 25, 2012 8:55 PM

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