Saturday Looks Good To Me’s Fred Thomas releasing solo LP on Polyvinyl ft. Radiator Hospital & Andrew WK, touring
photo by Esme Mcclear
Michigan indie pop band Saturday Looks Good To Me returned a few years back, and now frontman Fred Thomas is putting out his first solo album. It's called All Are Saved, and is due out April 7 via Polyvinyl. The album includes early singles "Cops Don't Care Pt. II" (with Radiator Hospital's Sam Cook-Parrott on backup vocals), "Every Song Sung To A Dog" (with Andrew W.K. on backup vocals), and "Bad Blood." You can listen to all three below.
Fred is also going on a tour in May that brings him to NYC for two shows: May 10 at Elvis Guesthouse and May 11 at Palisades. Tickets for Elvis Guesthouse are on sale now and tickets for Palisades should be on sale soon.
All dates are listed, with the song streams, below...
Fred Thomas - "Every Song Sung To A Dog" (ft. Andrew W.K.)
Fred Thomas - "Cops Don't Care Pt. II" (ft. Radiator Hospital)
Fred Thomas - "Bad Blood"
Fred Thomas -- 2015 Tour Dates
05/06 - Detroit, MI @ UFO Factory
05/09 - Providence, RI @ The Parlour
05/10 - NYC, NY @ Elvis Guesthouse
05/11 - Brooklyn, NY @ Palisades
05/12 - Philadelphia, PA @ Hazzard Hall
05/13 - Raleigh, NC @ Neptunes
05/14 - Asheville, NC @ Tiger Mountain
05/15 - Atlanta, GA @ Drunken Unicorn
05/16 - Knoxville, TN @ Pilot Light
05/17 - Louisville, KY @ The New Vintage
05/19 - Chicago, IL @ Empty Bottle