The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
Daughters' reunion album You Won't Get What You Want is out now (stream, review) and it's not just a good comeback but possibly their best album yet. Their tour supporting it begins in Richmond on Halloween, hits Brooklyn for two sold-out shows the following weekend, and then makes its way West. It includes dates with Self Defense Family, Street Sects, Dreamdecay, Lingua Ignota, HIRS, and more. All dates here.
Ella Mai's 2019 tour went on sale today, and dates are already starting to sell out. She added a second NYC show happening March 12 at Brooklyn Steel, which is one day after her previously announced show at the same venue (tickets). All dates here.
Travis Scott is gearing up to begin his massive tour, which includes a Prudential Center show and two MSG shows with Trippie Redd, Gunna, and Sheck Wes (whose killer debut album MUDBOY is out now), and if you're wondering what Travis' sure-to-be-spectacular stage show will look like, he shared a pic on Instagram of part of it. The tour begins in November, but first Travis plays this weekend's Voodoo Fest in New Orleans as a last-minute replacement for Childish Gambino (the fest is streaming live but Travis' set isn't) and the Mac Miller tribute in LA on Halloween night. Watch the recently-released video for the Drake collab "Sicko Mode" of Travis' new album Astroworld:
After doing it in 2016 and 2017 and then taking 2018 off, Jerry Seinfeld is set to do a 2019 Beacon Theatre residency with 20 shows.
Occult rock legends Coven reunited in 2017 for their first US show in 27 years and now they're set to play two more: Cambridge tonight (10/26) and NYC on Saturday (10/27). The NYC show is also one of the shows we highlighted in our guide to Halloween shows in NYC.
Southern gothic singer/songwriter Adam Faucett makes acoustic folk music but also dabbles in the punk world (he has a song with Chuck Ragan) and the metal world (he toured earlier this year with Pallbearer). He recently released his very good new album It Took the Shape of a Bird and he's about to embark on another tour, including stops in Bloomington, IN; Wisconsin Dells, WI; Milwaukee, WI; Three Oaks, MI; Chicago; IL; and finally NYC at Rockwood Music Hall on 11/18. All dates here. Watch a video for a song off his new album:
Mount Moriah frontwoman H.C. McEntire released her great solo debut Lionheart earlier this year on Merge. Last in NYC opening for Pedro the Lion, she announced a headlining tour that brings her back to these parts on February 5 at Rough Trade (and also stops in Richmond, Philly, Boston, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, LA, and more). Before that, she's got other dates, including a Europe/UK tour opening for Natalie Prass. All dates here. H.C. just put the video for "Wild Dogs," which features backing vocals by Angel Olsen and stars Angel in the video:
Having just released their first new single in two years, Omaha synthpunks The Faint are back out playing some shows. They're in San Francisco tonight, will play L.A.'s Cloak & Dagger Festival in November. They'll also play the Mexico City edition of Cloak and Dagger in December. Those are their only shows for now but stay tuned for more.
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