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KACEY MUSGRAVES OPENERS (WEYES BLOOD, LUCIUS, YOLA, MORE)
Kacey Musgraves is continuing to tour behind last year's great Golden Hour and she's just revealed some awesome openers for her upcoming North American shows. She'll bring along Weyes Blood on her East Coast dates (no NYC currently), while her West Coast leg includes Poolside, and other US dates will feature Yola. She'll also have Lucius at some TBA dates in October, Vanessa Zamora will join her in Mexico City, and Bahamas will open her upcoming Australian dates. Check here for all upcoming shows with openers listed, and watch Kacey's very trippy and colorful new video for "Oh, What A World" below.
CHURCH OF MISERY / THE ATOMIC BITCHWAX / TOKE (SECOND NYC SHOW)
Tokyo doom vets Church of Misery announced several US headlining shows surrounding their appearances at Maryland Deathfest later this month and Austin Terror Fest in June, including a date at Brooklyn's Saint Vitus on 6/15 (w/ Toke and The Atomic Bitchwax). That show has since sold out, so the band has added a second show at the venue on 6/14. Tickets are on sale now, and you can find all Church of Misery dates here.
DOOMSQUAD opening for OPERATORS
Dan Boeckner's band Operators are set to release their second LP Radiant Dawn next week, and they kick off a North American tour supporting the new album later this month. The band revealed they'll be joined on the road by fellow Canadian band DOOMSQUAD (whose great new album Let Yourself Be Seen is out now), which includes an NYC stop at Bowery Ballroom on 7/11, and further stops in Seattle, LA, Denver, Houston, Nashville, and many other cities. All Operators dates are here, all DOOMSQUAD dates are here, and watch DOOMSQUAD's "General Hum" video:
Canadian songwriter Nicole Dollanganger released Heart Shaped Bed last year, and she's returning to the US this summer for some tour dates, stopping in Boston, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Brooklyn (Trans-Pecos on July 13) and a couple of other cities. See all of her upcoming dates here.
MANATEE COMMUNE opening for GEOGRAPHER
Portland-based musician Manatee Commune (real name Grant Eadie) has been making vibrant, bouncy electronic music for a few years now, and his latest album PDA dropped last week via Bastard Jazz. He'll be touring behind the new LP this summer, opening for synthy indie band Geographer, and that tour hits NYC's Bowery Ballroom on 6/7, and other cities including Portland, Denver, Philly, Washington D.C., Austin, Phoenix, and more. After the tour, he'll also play Michigan fest Electric Forest in June. All dates here, and stream PDA in full below.
NYC/Western Mass band Urochomes have a few summer East Coast shows behind their upcoming debut LP Trope House.
DADDY LONG LEGS
Brooklyn trio Daddy Long Legs will be on an East Coast/Midwest tour this summer, hitting cities like Brooklyn, Asbury Park, Richmond, Toronto, Boston, and more.
You probably know Tom Green as the comedian behind MTV's Tom Green show and Freddy Got Fingered, but before that he put out rap records as part of group Organized Rhyme (and even scored a Canadian hit with "Check The O.R."). He's got a new album, The Tom Green Show, out next week that mixes his two career paths, and has some classic bits as well, including "Daddy Would You Like Some Sausage?" You can watch his video for "I Wanna Be Friends with Drake" below. Tom is also on a stand-up tour that will hit cities like San Francisco, Austin, Nashville, Boise, Pittsburgh, and more. All date are here.
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