Posted in music | tour dates on January 24, 2013

Birthmark at The Stone in 2012

Birthmark, the solo project of Nate Kinsella (Joan of Arc, Make Believe), who released his debut album, Antibodies, last year, will continue to tour internationally this month and into March. That tour includes a leg supporting Tim Kasher of Cursive and hits the NYC area on March 14 at Knitting Factory (tickets) and March 15 at Maxwell's (tickets).

Before that, Birthmark will also play his own show in NYC, which happens on February 24 at the Bowery Electric with Phone Home and Gentleman Brawlers. No advance tickets for that one at the moment.

In related news, Nate's cousin Mike Kinsella (aka Owen) just announced some shows, including a NYC-area date on March 23 at Maxwell's (tickets).

A list of all Birthmark dates and the video for Birthmark's "Big Man" are below...


Birthmark - "Big Man" Official Video

Birthmark -- 2013 Tour Dates
Jan 28 Old Blue Last London, United Kingdom
Jan 29 Wharf Chambers Leeds, United Kingdom
Jan 30 Spanky Van Dykes Nottingham, United Kingdom
Jan 31 Les Combustibles Paris, France
Feb 01 AJZ Bielefeld Bielefeld, Germany
Feb 02 FZW Dortmund, Germany
Feb 03 Astra Stube Hamburg, Germany
Feb 06 Kulturhuset Lava Stockholm, Sweden
Feb 07 Kampen Bistro Oslo, Norway
Feb 08 Trashpop Kristiansand, Norway
Feb 09 Beta Sundbyøster, Denmark
Feb 10 Klub 007 Prague, Czech Republic
Feb 11 MuK Gießen Giessen, Germany
Feb 12 B2 Moscow, Russian Federation
Feb 13 Marie Antoinette Berlin, Germany
Feb 14 Werk II Leipzig, Germany
Feb 15 Musikbunker Aachen Aachen, Germany
Feb 16 Rock Cafe Leuven, Belgium
Feb 17 Room 66 Heverlee, Belgium
Feb 24 The Bowery Electric New York, NY
Mar 12 The Space Hamden, CT*
Mar 13 Johnny Brenda's Philadelphia, PA*
Mar 14 Knitting Factory Brooklyn, NY*
Mar 15 Maxwell's Hoboken, NJ*
Mar 16 Great Scott Boston, MA*
* - w/ Tim Kasher



Comments (5)

Nate is great.

Posted by Anonymous | January 24, 2013 12:17 PM

Before that, Birthmark will also play his own show in NYC, which happens on

Posted by Bumba | March 18, 2013 1:27 PM

first two records are classics (frances the mute especially). should have broken up when jon theodore quit the band. they've never been a good band since.

Posted by medafile | April 14, 2013 9:43 PM

Nate's new album is great.

Posted by mike | May 1, 2013 10:54 AM

Nate is a big, big man. Absolutely love it.

Posted by Prosser | September 15, 2014 7:00 AM

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