Chisel, the mod-ish '90s-era DC band led by Ted Leo, are reuniting for a short tour in support of the reissue of their final album, Set You Free, which will be out in February via The Numero Group.

There are dates in February surrounding their appearance at the Numero Group 20th anniversary festival in Los Angeles, including stops in Chicago, and San Francisco's Noise Pop Festival. East Coast dates follow in May, wrapping up in NYC at Le Poisson Rouge on 5/14. Tickets for LPR go on sale Friday, January 13 at 9 AM. All dates are listed below.

As for the Set You Free reissue, it's a double vinyl set, with five alternates and rarities from the era in addition to the original 17-song tracklist, plus a booklet of lyrics, photos, and an essay by music writer JJ Skolnik. Check out the tracklist and artwork, and listen to the original album, below.

The Numero Group 25th Anniversary festival also reunions of Unwound, Codeine, The Hated, Karate, Ida, and more.



Set You Free 25th Anniversary Edition:
On Warmer Music
All My Kin
It's Alright, You're O.K.
The Mutable Mercury
The Town Crusher
The Unthinkable Is True
River High
Every Is A Good Trip
Do Go On
Privileged & Impotent
Oh Dear Friends
An Amateur Thief
In Our Time
Morley Timmons
The O.T.S.
Rip Off The Gift
The Last Good Time
The Guns of Meridian Hill
The Town Crusher (live)
Morley Timmons (early version)
Every Is A Good Trip (extended)
The O.T.S. (early version)

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