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tours announced: Cuban Doll, Night Moves, Half Japanese/Danielson, more

Night Moves
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The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.


Cuban Doll recently released her new project Karma (ft. Ty Dolla $ign, Moneybagg Yo, and Mulatto), and she’s now gearing up for the Karma Tour. It includes a NYC show on May 16 at SOB’s with Retrol$Awesome and Azia, as well as stops in Atlanta, Philly, Worcester, Chicago, Denver, Oakland, LA, Austin, and more. All dates here.


As mentioned, former My Chemical Romance member Frank Iero is going on a lengthy tour this year. He now revealed that his old pal Geoff Rickly of Thursday will open the West Coast dates, while the East Coast dates are with Reggie and the Full Effect (solo). All dates and more info here.


Minneapolis duo Night Moves are back with a new album of neon-lit, synth-fueled heartland rock, titled Can You Really Find Me, that will be out June 28 via Domino. Watch the video for first single “Strands Align,” which stars veteran character actor Chris Mulkey (Hank on Twin Peaks), below. The band will be on tour as well, beginning in Milwaukee on June 12 and wrapping up with a hometown show at the iconic First Avenue on July 20. Night Moves’ tour also hits Detroit, Pittsburgh, Brooklyn (Rough Trade on June 18), Philly, DC, Atlanta, Chicago and more.

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We’re almost a month away from the awesome double-billed tour of Earth and Helms Alee, who also both put out new singles from their upcoming albums this week (“The Colour of Poison” and “Beat Up,” respectively). The tour lands at NYC’s Le Poisson Rouge on June 19. All dates and more info here.


After needing to cancel the last few dates of their North American tour, Fleetwood Mac announced rescheduled dates today, including Boston, Philly, and more.


Minneapolis’ Uranium Club don’t tour much so it’s a rare treat to have them on the East Coast this summer. Dates kick off in NYC at Brooklyn Bazaar on June 27, and then they hook up with Urochromes for dates in Massachusetts and Connecticut.


Ian Svenonius will take his Escape-Ism solo project to the UK later this month, and then make his way across Europe. There are also a couple Escape-Ism U.S. dates this summer, one being Merge Records’ opening night party for their MRG30 festival in Durham, NC on July 24 and he’ll also play Brooklyn’s Union Pool on July 27. All dates are here.


Prolific DIY cult group Half Japanese, who released Invincible back in February, have a couple East Coast shows this weekend, playing DC’s Black Cat on Friday (4/19) and NYC’s Le Poisson Rouge on Saturday (4/20). The LPR show is with fellow eccentrics Danielson making a very appealing double bill. Listen to Invincible here:


Scottish folk/black metallers Saor released their fourth album Forgotten Paths (which features Neige of Alcest) this past February, and now they’re going on their first-ever North American tour with Denver’s Wayfarer.


Philly indie punks Cayetana are calling it quits, but first they’ll play Boston, Brooklyn, and Philly shows this August.

Browse our Tour Dates category for even more tours you may have missed.

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