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How to Dress Well & Forest Swords touring together (dates)

How to Dress Well in a church in 2011 (more by Erez Avissar)

R&B forward-thinker How to Dress Well and dark psychedelic electronic musician Forest Swords have announed that they’ll be teaming up for a North American tour together this March. The tour brings them to NYC for shows on March 21 at Rough Trade and March 26 at Le Poisson Rouge. Tickets for the Rough Trade show and the LPR show go on sale Friday (1/24). (Noon for RT, on-sale time TBA for LPR.)

All dates are listed, along with videos from both artists, below…

How to Dress Well – “Ready for the World”

Forest Swords – “Thor’s Stone”

How To Dress Well / Forest Swords — 2014 Tour Dates
03/17/14 The Independent – San Francisco, CA
03/18/14 The Roxy – West Hollywood, CA
03/21/14 Rough Trade – Brooklyn, NY
03/22/14 U Street Music Hall – Washington, DC
03/24/14 First Unitarian Church – Philadelphia, PA
03/26/14 LPR – Le Poisson Rouge – New York, NY
03/27/14 T.T. The Bears – Cambridge, MA
03/28/14 SAT (Societe des Arts Technologiques) – Montreal, QC
03/29/14 The Mod Club – Toronto, ON
03/30/14 Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL

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