tours announced: Crumb, Pres Hall Jazz Band, Raveena, Strung Out, Y La Bamba, more
The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
Brooklyn dreampop band Crumb release their debut album, Jinx, this week and they've just announced a tour that has them out around this fall's Desert Daze Festival. Most dates are with Divino Niño and Shormey and stops include Phoenix, El Paso, Austin, Denver, Boise, Vancouver, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, L.A., Montreal, Toronto, Detroit Chicago, Nashville, Atlanta, DC and more. The tour wraps up November 22 at Music Hall of Williamsburg. All dates are here, and listen to "Fall Down" from the album here:
THE STARTING LINE (with THE HOTELIER, SAVE FACE & more)
Emo-pop vets The Starting Line are going on a 20th anniversary tour this year, and they're taking along some pretty cool openers, including The Hotelier, Save Face, Teenage Wrist, Microwave, and Oso Oso. Save Face are on the NYC show (12/22 at Webster Hall). The Starting Line are also playing the Atlantic City Warped Tour. All dates here.
Rising R&B/soul singer Raveena recently released her debut album Lucid on Moonstone/EMPIRE, and now she has released a video for its song "Stronger" and announced a tour. The tour starts in San Francisco, wraps up in LA, and hits Brooklyn's Music Hall of Williamsburg on 9/15. All dates here.
STRUNG OUT / THE CASUALTIES
Metallic skate punk vets Strung Out recently announced their new album Songs of Armor and Devotion, and now they've announced that they'll support it on tour with NYC street punks The Casualties. The lengthy run includes NJ's Asbury Lanes on 9/27, NYC's LPR on 9/28, and much more. All dates here.
PRESERVATION HALL JAZZ BAND
New Orleans' great Preservation Hall Jazz Band will be heading out tour in support of their new album A Tuba To Cuba which is the soundtrack to the documentary of the same name. Dates kick off at the Newport Folk Festival, and then heads to Pickathon and they'll also play four nights in Philly, plus stops at Lockn', and more. They've also got fall dates, including stops in NYC (Town Hall on 10/24), Toronto, Montreal, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle and more. All dates are here and check out the video for "Kreyol" here:
Tim Armstrong-affiliated UK punk-rapper Rat Boy is doing his first headlining North American tour this fall, hitting DC, Philly, NYC (Baby's All Right on 10/29), Chicago, Dener, LA, San Francisco, and more. All tour dates here.
Masked country crooner Orville Peck, who released his debut album on Sub Pop Earlier this year, has expanded his fall tour, and now includes a second night at Brooklyn's Music Hall of Williamsburg which falls near the end of the tour in October 15. (The first MHOW show is 9/20). Check out updated dates here.
MARISSA NADLER & STEPHEN BRODSKY
Marissa Nadler and Stephen Brodsky released their collaborative album, Droneflower, earlier this spring and are celebrating with a few East Coast shows this week, hitting Brooklyn on Thursday (with Russian Baths and Annie Hart), Providence on Friday, and Allston, MA on Saturday. They've also got a new video for Droneflower track "For the Sun," featuring creepy stop-motion animation by Deborah Sheedy.
NYHC vets Murphy's Law are playing some shows this summer, including the annual Jimmy G bday bash on a Rocks Off Cruise.
UK anarcho-punk/post-punk vets Rubella Ballet are going on a 40th anniversary US tour this summer.
Y LA BAMBA
Portland’s Y La Bamba, who released Mujeres back in February, will hit the road beginning July 11 in Los Angeles, and the stopping in San Francisco, Sacramento, NYC (Le Poisson Rouge on 7/18), Portsmouth, Burlington, the DC area, Camden, NJ, and Denver. They're also playing a few festivals, like Seattle's Bumbershoot. All dates are here.
Scott Herren has a couple Prefuse 73 dates coming up this month. One is in Montreal as part of Bonobo's "Outlier" event on June 22, and after that he'll play NYC's Le Poisson Rouge on June 26 with God.Damn.Chan.
Parisian psych-pop artist Halo Maud (aka Maud Nadal who used to be in Melody's Echo Chamber and Moodoïd), is in North America currently, getting ready to play shows this week in NYC, then hitting Montreal, Toronto, and Quebec City. In addition to the NYC shows at Coney Island Baby (6/12) and a free show at Lincoln Center (6/13), Maud has added a third show here, playing Brooklyn's The Owl on Friday (6/14). Watch a live video of her slinky single "Du Pouvoir":
THE ALARM / MODERN ENGLISH / GENE LOVES JEZEBEL
The Alarm will be on the "Sigma LXXXV 2019 Tour" this summer and are bringing Modern English and Jay Ashton's Gene Love Jezebel along for the ride. The coast-to-coast tour kicks off July 17 in Nashville and hits most major U.S. cities, including a few in the NYC area.
MY MORNING JACKET
My Morning Jacket have expanded their short 2019 tour schedule, adding a fourth show and it's a special one: they're celebrating the 20th anniversary of The Tennessee Fire at Port Chester, NY's Capitol Theatre.
Having released Sunshine Rock earlier this year and toured it with his band, Bob has just announced a solo electric tour for September, kicking off in Cleveland on 9/11 and including stops in Ann Arbor, Indianapolis, Louisville, Nashivelle, Atlanta, Richmond, DC and more.
Storied Tuareg band Tinariwen announced a new album today and they've got a lengthy tour coming up too.
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