tours announced: Mongol Horde (Frank Turner), Daniel Caesar, Roni Size, more
The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
MONGOL HORDE (ft. FRANK TURNER)
Möngöl Hörde, the hardcore band fronted by Frank Turner, have two new songs out (that you can get as a download if you order merch), and they're coming to North America for shows in Chicago, Detroit, Toronto, Boston, and Brooklyn this December. The Brooklyn show is on December 13 at Saint Vitus, a much more up close and personal venue than Frank normally plays (though he also did solo acoustic shows there last year). All dates here.
Drum'n'bass icon Roni Size is touring North America this month and dates kick off with a show on Friday, July 5 at Sunnyvale in Brooklyn, and then hits Atlanta, Austin, Seattle, Edmonton, and Los Angeles. All dates are here and listen to his classic album, New Forms:
Los Angeles' Particle Kid (aka J. Micah Nelson, who is one of Willie's sons) will release new album Window Rock on July 26 and you can get a taste via new single "Still Going," below. Particle Kid will be on tour with The Flaming Lips and The Claypool Lennon Delirium -- including NYC-area shows in Asbury Prk and Port Chester -- but there are also a few headline shows along the way too, like NYC's Berlin Under A on July 29, as well as shows in New Orleans, Austin and Phoenix. All dates are here.
DANIEL CAESAR / KOFFEE
R&B/soul singer Daniel Caesar surprise released his sophomore album CASE STUDY 01 (ft. Brandy, Pharrell, and more) last week, and he's going to support it on a massive headlining tour this year. Some dates are with rising reggae singer Koffee, though she isn't billed on the NYC show (9/18 at Radio City Music Hall). She does have a headlining tour with two NYC shows shortly beforehand though. All of Daniel's dates can be found here.
UK rapper slowthai recently made his US debut (he was great), and now he'll be back on our shores for his first-ever headlining North American tour.
Chicago rapper Polo G is picking up buzz for his new album Die A Legend, and he'll support the album on tour this summer/fall.
Glenn Danzig, Jerry Only and Doyle's reunited "Original Misfits" were added to Psycho Las Vegas, making four a current total of four upcoming Misfits shows.