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


French popmasters Phoenix begin their North American tour next week which includes their  "very speciale" four-night  “Ti Amo” residency at NYC's Brooklyn Steel (sold out). Their tour includes dates with Julian Casablancas' The Voidz and dates wrap up in October at Memphis' Mempho Music Festival. Recently added shows in  Vancouver, Santa Ana, Austin and Dallas, and you can check out all dates/tickets here.


A$AP Ferg just dropped two new songs, and he's about to start his rescheduled tour (which IDK and Buddy open) next week.


In addition to opening part of the Camp Cope / Petal tour and part of Mitski's tour, rising Boston indie rocker Sidney Gish added some headlining shows.


Chicago rapper Lucki (fka Lucki Eck$) just played Pigeons & Planes' No Ceilings show at SOB's in NYC last night (6/27), and now he has begun to reveal the dates for his "Days B4 Tour" supporting this year's Days B4 II EP. More dates are TBA, but a few have popped up including Montreal, Toronto, and a return to NYC's SOB's on 8/29. Stay tuned for all dates.


Nineties-era indie rockers Fuck are back with their first new album in 14 years, The Band, which is out now via Sonic Youth drummer Steve Shelley's Vampire Blues label. To promote it, they'll play a few West Coast dates, including shows in Seattle, Portland and San Francisco.


After their tour with Leon Bridges (which includes two nights at NYC's Radio City Music Hall), Texas groovy psych/soul trio Khruangin will head out on a headlining tour this fall (that includes another NYC show)


Mr. Twin Sister (fka Twin Sister) just released a new single, "Jaipur," which is the Brooklyn band's first in two years. Their lithe touch with jazzy soul remains intact as you can hear below. They've also announced dates in NYC (10/25 @ Elsewhere Hall) and Los Angeles (November 16 & 17 @ Zebulon).


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