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


Gothy dreampop artist Shana Falana will release new album Darkest Light on October 25. You can check out two songs from the album below. Shana Shana will celebrate the release of her new album at Brooklyn's The Broadway on October 17, and then at October 18 at BSP in her hometown of Kingston, NY. There's a November tour, too, which includes stops in Raleigh, Athens, GA, New Orleans, Austin (Levitation Fest), Nashville, Chicago, Cincinnati, Beacon and Catskill. All dates are here.


Australian artist Ali Barter makes crunchy, grungy indie rock indebted to all manner of '90s signifiers. You can check out the anthemic "January" from her upcoming album, Hello, I"m Doing My Best, which will be out next week via Inertia Music. “It seems like every year, January rolls around and I’m still trying to fix the same things as the year before. The older I get the more I realize that I don’t change, this is all I got. So fuck it.” Ali will be in North America later this fall for shows in Toronto, DC, Boston, NYC (Mercury Lounge on 11/19), San Francisco and Los Angeles. All dates are here.


They Might Be Giants are celebrating the 30th anniversary of their third album, Flood, in 2020 and have just added a fourth NYC show at Bowery Ballroom on April 11. TMGB also have Flood shows in other places, like New Haven, Providence, Milwaukee, Chicago, Philadelphia and more.


The Hecks just released their great second album My Star and they've got a few tour dates on the horizon, playing Milwaukee on Saturday and Minneapolis on Sunday. Later in October, they'll play Columbus before heading to NYC for a few shows, including one with Atlanta's Omni. All dates are here.


Fast-rising NYC rapper Junglepussy, who released the terrific JP3 last year, will be performing at Pioneer Works on November 8 as part of Jacolby Satterwhite's immersive installation "You're at home" which should make for a memorable night. It's Junglepussy's only upcoming show at the moment.


Beach Fossils like playing NYC Halloween shows, having played Elsewhere in 2018 and Brooklyn Steel in 2017. This year they’re doing a much more intimate show, playing just-opened, 250-capacity Manhattan club The Dance on Halloween. The band have a few other live dates on the horizon, This weekend they’ll play Asheville, NC for Burial Beer’s Burnpile Harvest Fest with A Place to Bury Strangers, LA Witch, and more, then in November they’ll play Post Malone’s Posty Fest, and Pico Rivera, CA’s Tropicalia Fest.

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

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