Subhumans announce first album in 12 years, touring North America
UK anarcho-punk vets Subhumans have announced their first album in 12 years, Crisis Point, which will be out on September 13 via Pirates Press Records. Frontman Dick Lucas says, "Sorry about the decade wait for something new, we don't get to practice much! Anyway it's a stormer, with ten new songs about terror/pollution/mind control...and similar reflections on a world in crisis."
As Punk News points out, they're also going on a North American tour with Fea around the album's release, including a Brooklyn show on September 10 at The Kingsland (tickets). As we witnessed when we caught the band in NYC last September, their live show still rips so if you get the chance to see them, we highly recommend it. All dates are listed below.
Watch a full-set video of Subhumans live at last year's Vive Le Punk Rock Festival In Athens:
Subhumans -- 2019 North American Tour Dates
September 5 TORONTO horseshoe tavern
September 6 MONTREAL foufounes electriques
September 7 QUEBEC CITY envoy et macadam festival
September 8 PORTLAND(ME) port city music hall
September 9 SOMERVILLE once ballroom
September 10 BROOKLYN kingsland
September 11 BALTIMORE otto bar
September 12 DURHAM motorco
September 13 ATLANTA masquerade
September 14 ST AUGUSTINE sing out loud festival
September 15 ORLANDO will's pub