tours announced: Black Marble, Jesca Hoop, Beach Bunny, Sheena Anika & Augusta, more
The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
BLACK MARBLE / AUTOMATIC
Black Marble's first album for Sacred Bones is out in October and they've added a bunch more dates to their fall tour. Dates include Oklahoma City, Memphis, Nashville, Columbus, Montreal, Philly, Baltimore, DC and more. All dates are here. Like the 11/22 show at NYC's Bowery Ballroom, the whole tour is with Stones Throw-signed trio Automatic which includes Lola Dompé, daughter of Bauhaus/Love & Rockets drummer Kevin Haskins. Watch Automatic's new video for "Too Much Money":
Chicago indie pop outfit Beach Bunny will be on the East Coast this fall, including dates with Another Michael on the first half of the trek, and Lettering on the second Half. They'll hit Chicago, Detroit, Toronto, Allston, Brooklyn (Rough Trade on 11/21), Philly, DC, Carrboro, Atlanta, Nashville, Columbus, Madison, Minneapolis, Indianapolis and more. Head here for all dates.
Patrick Grossi recently released "All Eyes on You," his first work as Active Child in two years, via Sony Masterworks. You can watch the video for the single below. Active Child has also announced a couple live dates, playing Los Angeles' Teragram Ballroom on October 30 and Brooklyn's Rough Trade on November 5.
UK electronic band Rudimental are doing a late-night DJ set at NYC's Webster Hall on 11/9 (tickets in sale 8/23 at 10 AM), and they say more US shows TBA soon. Meanwhile, they also play some other European dates/festivals and those are listed here.
Jesca Hoop recently released her very solid new album Stonechild and then guested on a new Elbow song, and now she has announced a November US tour with Chloe Foy. The tour includes shows on both coasts, including NYC's Mercury Lounge on 11/21. All dates here.
SHEENA, ANIKA & AUGUSTA
Indie-punk super-trio Sheena, Anika & Augusta -- aka Sheena Ozzella (Lemuria), Anika Pyle (Chumped, Katie Ellen), and Augusta Koch (Cayetana, Gladie) -- are releasing their debut EP Simple Pleasures on August 30 via Asian Man, and they've also announced shows in Philly, Boston, Brooklyn, Pittsburgh, and DC. More info coming soon.
WITCH (WE INTEND TO CAUSE HAVOC)
UK electronic vets Plaid released their 10th album, Polymer, back in June, with Andy Turner and Ed Handley exploring themes of “polyphony, pollution and politics.” They also recently announced a December U.S. tour.
THE DISCO BISCUITS
The Disco Biscuits announced a four-night New Year's Eve run at PlayStation Theater, which will be the last-ever shows at the Times Square venue before it closes.
The Internet's Steve Lacy has announced a world tour behind his new album Apollo XXI, including a show at Harlem's historic Apollo Theater.
Montreal art pop artist Common Holly is gearing up for a new album, opening for Pinegrove on tour in September, and doing a headlining tour after that. All dates and more info here.
Mr. Bungle expanded their reunion tour, adding a third LA show, making for a total of seven upcoming shows.
Japanese post-rock greats added three special US orchestral shows to their 2019 tour schedule.
SAVES THE DAY / HOT ROD CIRCUIT
It'll be a double dose of late '90s / early '00s emo nostalgia when Saves The Day play Through Being Cool and Hot Rod Circuit play Sorry About Tomorrow at two shows this November. Tickets for the NJ show go on BrooklynVegan presale on Wednesday.