The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
SOAK’s new album Grim Town is out next month via Rough Trade — watch the new video for single “Deja Vu” below — and she’ll be in Austin next week for SXSW. As for the rest of North America, SOAK has just announced short full-band tour for June, hitting L.A., San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Minneapolis, Chicago, Toronto, Montreal, and Boston, with things wrapping up at Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg on 6/21. Tickets for the whole tour go on sale Friday, March 15 at 10 AM local time.
TAKING BACK SUNDAY
Taking Back Sunday continue to add more dates to their very busy 2019 tour schedule, which now includes an intimate Long Island benefit show this Monday.
Memphis band NOTS just announced their third album for Goner, which will be out in May and they’ve also got some dates on the horizon. They’ll be in Austin for SXSW and then they have a couple hometown shows as well. Head here for all dates.
Japanese manga rockers Peelander-Z will be out on the road this spring with their unforgettably zany live show. Dates kick off March 27 in Lafayette, LA and wrap up May 18 in Dallas. They stop pretty much everywhere in between, including a Brooklyn show at Knitting Factory on April 14. Head here for all dates and listen to their most recent album, Go PZ Go, below:
BIRDS IN ROW
French screamo greats Birds In Row released one of the best punk albums of last year, and now they’re going on a lengthy headlining US tour to support it.
Kindness is currently on tour with frequent collaborator Robyn (MSG tomorrow), but has a new record on the way and has intimate headline shows in NYC and L.A. later this year.
Toronto industrial trio Odonis Odonis just announced a new EP today, and they’ll also be hitting the road for a North American tour soon.
THE JAPANESE HOUSE
English indie pop artist The Japanese House (aka Amber Bain) just released the very Imogen Heap-ish Good at Falling and will be touring North America this spring with fellow UK artist Art School Girlfriend. The tour includes a stop at the soon-to-reopen Webster Hall on May 28.
NYC singer/songwriter Erin Durant announced a new album today and she’s playing some shows, including SXSW and a hometown show with Keeled Scales labelmate Jo Schornikow.
Japanese psych/prog band Kikagaku Moyo, who released Masana Temples in 2018, are coming back to North America for a few shows with Khruangbin, including SummerStage in Central Park, but they’ve also got some headlining dates too, including Raleigh, Charlotte, DC, Philly, Boston, and Greenfield, MA. All dates are here.
New Jersey’s sunshine pop jammers Garcia Peoples, who toured with Kikagaku Moyo last year, will release new album Natural Facts at the end of the month and have a handful of dates coming up. They’ll be in Austin next week for SXSW, and then play NYC’s Nublu on March 29 to celebrate the LP’s release. They’ve also got April shows in Milwaukee and Philly — all dates are here and you can check out new single “Break Me Down”:
MAN MAN (with REBECCA BLACK)
In news that you just can’t make up, indie rock weirdos Man Man are taking the once-viral “Friday” singer Rebecca Black on tour with them.
MARY LATTIMORE & MAC MCCAUGHAN
Harpist Mary Lattimore and Superchunk frontman Mac McCaughan’s new album is titled New Rain Duets which is also kinda what it sounds like, gorgeous ambient instrumentals. They’ll be playing a few shows too, hitting Baltimore, Richmond (with Steve Gunn and Gun Outfit), Carrboro and Asheville in May.
Seattle group Versing will release their new album 10000 via Hardly Art on May 3. You can check out new single “Offering,” which falls somewhere between Pavement and My Bloody Valentine, below. They’ve just announced a short West Coast tour in May to celebrate the new record, with shows in Seattle, Vancouver, Reno, San Diego, Los Angeles, and Oakland. All dates are here.
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