The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.


After cancelling tour dates, Brockhampton are ready to get back on the road starting June 30. They're playing Lollapalooza, Osheaga, and more.


'90s emo vets Pohgoh are returning this year with their first album in two decades and also touring, including a NYC show with Rainer Maria singer Caithlin De Marrais.


Two acoustic projects from metal musicians, Wino and Xasthur, are hitting the road together.


Isis offshoot Sumac announced a tour with support from industrial rap group Dalek and Dead in the Dirt offshoot Infernal Coil.


Australian indie rocker Stella Donnelly recently signed to Secretly Canadian and re-released her very good Thrush Metal EP on the label. She impressed us at SXSW, and she'll be back in the US for more shows later this year. All dates (including Brooklyn's Elsewhere Zone One on 10/23) here.


UK ethereal synthpop duo Still Corners, who actually live in Woodstock, NY these days, will release new album Slow Air in August and will be on tour as well.


Punk vets The Dickies are playing some shows this year, and while more dates are presumably TBA, a few have popped up including three NYC shows. They're playing Bowery Electric on 10/25 and 10/26, doing Stukas Over Disneyland in full on night one and Idjit Savant in full on night two, plus Coney Island Baby on 10/27 (which doesn't appear to be an album show). Stay tuned to their website for more dates TBA.


Atlanta garage-pop band Gringo Star will release new album Back to the City on August 24 and you can check out first single "Easy" below. The band will be on tour later this summer, including a record release show at NYC's Rough Trade on 8/26. All dates are here.

Browse our Tour Dates category for even more tours you may have missed.

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