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tours announced: La Roux, The Zombies, Confidence Man, Tan Cologne, more

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


Taos, NM duo Tan Cologne just released their terrific debut album and will celebrate with a few West Coast dates this week, including Los Angeles, Ojai, and Joshua Tree.


Australian dance duo Confidence Man will open for Sofi Tukker this spring with show in Philly, Boston, Montreal, Quebec City, Toronto, Buffalo, Detroit, and Chicago. They’ll also open for New Order Australia and have shows in the UK and New Zealand as well All dates are here and listen to the Greg Wilson & Che Wilson’s remix of “Does It Make You Feel Good?”:


The Zombies will be back this spring for a tour that includes stops in Baton Rouge, Birmingham, and Biloxi, plus Canadian dates across Alberta and British Columbia. They’re also working on a new album. All dates are here.


La Roux’s North American tour for new album Supervision was to have started in March but unfortunately it’s been pushed to November. “I’m really sorry but due to unforeseen circumstances we will be rescheduling some North American dates,” La Roux wrote on socials. “Make no mistake, I’m so excited to be back playing live again and can’t wait to see you all in North America.” Updated dates are here and listen to Supervision:


Genre-defying experimental rock group Bent Knee released You Know What They Mean back in October and have just announced a North American tour which begins April 1 in Vienna, VA and wraps up in Asbury Park on April 17 in Asbury Park. Other stop include Baltimore, Philly, Boston, Brooklyn (4/5 @ Saint Vitus), Montreal, Chicago, Nashville, and more. All dates are here.


Pete Shelley died in 2018 but Steve Diggle decided to keep the Buzzcocks flame alive and the band have now shared their first single since Shelley’s death, as well as West Coast dates around Punk Rock Bowling.


Yesterday, Glassjaw announced that they’d perform their 2000 debut Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Silence in full for its 20th anniversary at Boston and Brooklyn shows, shortly after performing it at Irvine, CA’s Chain Fest. They’ve added another Brooklyn show.


He might be better known as co-leader of The Raconteurs these days, but Brendan Benson has been putting out his own offbeat pop records since the mid-’90s and has just announced Dear Life, his seventh solo album, which will be out April 24 via Third Man and he’ll tour in support.


John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask celebrated over 20 years of Hedwig and the Angry Inch with their The Origin of Love Tour, featuring stories and songs about the musical and its creation. They’re keeping it going with some new “Return to The Origin of Love” shows.

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

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