The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
The Antlers's upcoming Hospice 10th anniversary acoustic tour has been selling out very fast (including both BrooklynVegan-presented NYC shows in March) and, after adding a second LA show last week and a Chicago date earlier today (which both sold out), they've since added a show at Copenhagen's Hotel Cecil on 4/29. More dates are expected to be announced soon, and you can find the updated list of dates here.
Wolf Parade, whose last release was 2017's excellent Cry Cry Cry, have just announced new North American tour dates around the Pacific Northwest starting in February. The band will hit cities including Boise, Spokane, Bellingham, Vancouver, Tacoma, Missoula, and more. Tickets are on sale now, and you can find all dates listed here.
Dev Hynes has a few upcoming North American Blood Orange shows in February and March behind last year's stunning Negro Swan. After previously announced appearances at Miami's iiiPoints Festival and Mexico City's Bahidora Festival, he'll be playing cities like Baltimore, New Orleans, Houston, Dallas, Atlanta, Nashville, Richmond, and several others. He'll also be appearing at NYC's Governor's Ball in May and Coachella in April. Check here for all upcoming dates.
Montreal-based Radiant Baby is the indie pop project of musician Felix Mongeon, and he'll be playing a few North American dates in the coming weeks behind his upcoming debut LP Restless. First, he has some Canadian shows in Montreal, Toronto, and Quebec City, before two NYC shows as part of New Colossus Festival. Those happen at Pianos on 3/8, and Arlene's Grocery on 3/10 (full festival schedule listed here). You can head here for all dates, and watch his new video for "Funny Games," below.
Philly experimental duo Writhing Squares' latest LP Out of the Ether was released today, and they've announced some upcoming shows around the Northeastern US behind the new record. This includes a Philly record release show, in addition to shows in NYC (Secret Project Robot on 2/8), North Adams, MA, New Haven, and Bloomington. Find all upcoming dates here, and you can watch their new video for "Steely Eyed Missile Man," and stream Out of the Ether in full below.
RICKIE LEE JONES
Legendary songwriter Rickie Lee Jones has a few North American shows lined up, beginning with two in the NYC area: first at NYC's Sony Hall on 2/21, and then at Toms River, NJ's Grunin Center For The Arts on 2/22. She also has some upcoming dates in Albany, East Greenwich, PA, Beverly, MA, Derry, NH and several others, in addition to two Japanese dates in May. All dates can be found here.
Israeli trio A-Wa, whose style combines Yemenite folk singing with modern electronic production, haven't toured the US since the release of 2016's Habib Galbi, but they'll be making a return to the states this summer, details TBA. Well before that, A-WA will hit Brooklyn for a show at Baby's All Right on 2/26. This is their only North American date at the moment, which precedes shows in Israel, Germany, Switzerland, and the Netherlands. The group also recently shared their first single in three years, "Mudbira," and you can watch the video for it below.
Aldous Harding has announced a spring North American tour (including NYC's Rough Trade), as she teases her upcoming third studio album.
JIMMY EAT WORLD / THIRD EYE BLIND
Jimmy Eat World will be touring this summer as part of the "Summer God" tour, where they'll be joined by headliner Third Eye Blind and opener Ra Ra Riot.
Angel Du$t announced a new LP, along with their "Pretty Buff: North America" tour with Bugg, Skourge, and Result of Choice.
THOU / EMMA RUTH RUNDLE
Sludge metal greats Thou revealed 2019 tour dates with killer support from songwriter Emma Ruth Rundle.
Kurt Vile added tons of European dates to his ongoing 2019 world tour.
CLAN OF XYMOX TOUR CANCELLATION
Clan of Xymox announced their tour has been postponed till November, due to visa issues caused by the still ongoing government shutdown.
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