tours announced: Backtrack, Camp Cope, Bruce Springsteen, Joyner Lucas & more
The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
CAMP COPE / PETAL
Australian indie-punks Camp Cope are supporting their great, recently-released sophomore album on a US co-headlining tour with their Run For Cover labelmates Petal.
Brooklyn indiepop band Beverly are wrapping up work on their third album, and will be on a West Coast tour this spring. Before they head out, they'll play a warm-up show at Brooklyn's The Glove on April 1 with Dark Tea, Dougie Poole, and Lina Tullgren. They also play West Coast dates in July with We are Scientists. All dates are here.
CHRISTINE AND THE QUEENS
French pop artist Christine and the Queens is finally set to release a followup to her great debut album, and while details are still TBA, she did announce some international shows in major cities.
SPRINGSTEEN ON BROADWAY
What started as an eight-week run, Bruce Springsteen's one-man Broadway show -- that mixes songs and stories -- has been extended three times now, including 81 just-announced shows that will keep him going though December.
Joyner Lucas, the rapper behind the controversial “I’m Not Racist” song, continues to gain popularity and he has now announced the “I’m Kind Of A Big Deal” Tour. It includes NYC’s Irving Plaza on June 6, as well as stops in Boston, LA, Dallas, Cleveland, and more. All dates are listed HERE.
Modern-day New York hardcore staples Backtrack released their third album, Bad To My World, last November, and they're supporting it with a lengthy tour this spring. Most dates are with Mizery, Regulate, and Hangman, and the tour ends with a hometown show on May 26 at Goldsounds. All dates are listed HERE. Stream the new album:
Rising '90s pop-inspired artist Rina Sawayama is coming to the US for NYC and LA shows.
The Hot Chip frontman has a new solo album on the way and will tour with his a band this June.