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


Petal released the very personal Magic Gone earlier this year, and today she's announced a run of 2019 North American dates behind the album. She'll be stopping in some US cities along the east coast, including Cleveland, Chicago, NYC (Rough Trade on 1/25), Minneapolis, Philadelphia, and others. Tickets go on sale Friday (10/19) at 10AM. She'll also be supporting Shakey Graves on a bunch of upcoming European shows. Check here for the full list of dates.


King Tuff toured earlier this year behind the excellent, catchy The Other, but the band has just announced their "Infinite Smiles" tour, which is less focused on the new album, and more on a wider variety of material; the band plans to "bust out some older jams and hopefully try out some all new things." The tour will hit a bunch of cities around North America, including New Orleans, NYC (Bowery Ballroom on 1/19), Cleveland, Chicago, Boise, Seattle, Los Angeles, San Diego, and many more cities. The band will bring Latin rockers Tropa Magica, Allah-Las offshoot PAINT, and Aussie psych band Stonefield along as openers. (Stonefield are on the NYC show.) View all dates here.


Weed and pun loving metal band Cannabis Corpse will be on the road this December behind their latest album Left Hand Pass. The band will hit many US cities, including Chicago, Indianapolis, Austin, New Orleans, and more. Check out all dates, and the band's tour promo video, here.


Tengger Cavalry, the NYC-via-China band who mix traditional Mongolian folk music and heavy metal, are going on a lengthy fall North American tour in continued support of this year's Cian Bi. The tour ends in their current hometown on 12/23 at Brooklyn Bazaar. All dates here.


The great electronic musician Four Tet has announced a 2019 US tour, including stops in LA, San Francisco, and Brooklyn.


Having just opened for Gorillaz at Barclays Center, The Internet have expanded their tour, including newly-added stops in NYC, Atlanta, Philly, Montreal, Toronto, and Chicago.


St. Vincent has just a few upcoming shows, including a just-added night at BAM in Brooklyn. She'll be doing one of her intimate piano-and-vocal shows with Thomas Bartlett.


Swedish doomy hard rockers Witchcraft are playing their first US shows in a decade this fall.


Brooklyn's Acid Dad kick off their North American tour next week, which includes a local show at Manhattan's Le Poisson Rouge on October 25 before heading North to Canada and then to the West Coast, Southwest and wrapping up in New Orleans. They've also got a new seasonal, spooky single, "Living With A Creature," that you can check out below. All tour dates are here.


Toronto band Tallies, who have a little of that jangly Smiths/Sundays thing going on, just announced their debut album which will be out early next year on Kanine. They've got Canadian dates this fall, and will head to NYC for Kanine's free holiday party at Baby's All Right in December with The Natrvral (Kip from Pains) and Nicole Yun from Eternal Summers.

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

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