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


The Twilight Sad dropped their highly-anticipated new LP IT WON/T BE LIKE THIS ALL THE TIME today, which is their first in five years. The band will be supporting the record on tour throughout North America in May, which hits NYC's Elsewhere on 5/11, in addition to other stops in Philly, Washington D.C., Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, Seattle, Portland, and more cities. Tickets go on sale next Friday (1/25) at 10 AM local time, with presales beginning Wednesday (1/23). Check here for all dates, and stream the new album in full below.


The 1975 added some more North American tour dates behind last year's A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships (which was one of our favorite albums of 2018), with support from their Dirty Hit labelmates Pale Waves and No Rome. The newly-added dates include shows in Phoenix, Chicago, Washington D.C., Seattle, Boston, San Francisco, Toronto, and tons more. The band will also be hitting NYC's Governor's Ball in June and, before that, Coachella in April. Find all those dates here, and view the band's new, stylish lyric video for "I like America & America Likes Me" below.


Minnesota emo band Tiny Moving Parts announced North American tour dates taking place in the spring, where they'll be joined by fellow emo rockers Free Throw and Worlds Greatest Dad for all shows. The bands will be making stops in Amityville, Long Island (Revolution Bar on 3/29), Hamden, Buffalo, Montreal, Providence, Iowa City, St. Louis, and more. Head here for all dates, and check out Tiny Moving Parts' excellent, new two-song single "For the Sake of Brevity/Fish Bowl" below, with the former song being a re-recording of an older album track.


Post-metal greats YOB previously announced a US tour with Voivod and Amenra happening this spring (including an NYC stop at Warsaw on 4/4), and the band has recently added more dates in the summer, including an appearance at Maine's Impact Music Festival in July, joining other acts including Clutch, Andrew WK, and tons more. The band is also playing Psycho Las Vegas in August, in addition to France's Hellfest and Germany's Freak Valley Festival in June. View all upcoming dates here.


Minnesota Public Radio's Live From Here with Chris Thile  always has great guests, and the show has revealed some of the acts joining Chris onstage in the coming weeks. The show's Durham date (1/19) features Death Cab for Cutie, Tank and the Bangas, Nore Davis and Aoife O'Donovan; the Chicago show (1/26) has guests Jason Isbell, Eighth Blackbird, and Gaby Moreno; the show's Los Angeles date (2/1) features guests Andrew Bird, Jenny Lewis, Sarah Silverman, and Sara Watkins; and the show's Detroit date (2/23) will include guests Lord Huron and Madison Cunningham. Chris will also visit tons of other cities later this year, including three NYC shows, in addition to other stops in St. Louis, Louisville, Dallas, Nashville, and more (guests for those are still TBA). Head here for tickets and all upcoming dates.


Texas hardcore outfit Judiciary will release their newest LP Surface Noise next week, and they've just revealed a bunch of US tour dates in March behind the new record. They'll be joined at different legs of the tour by a number of loud rock acts, including Creeping Death, Vatican, Typecaste, No Victory, and Drain. Stops include Long Island (Amityville Music Hall on 3/14), Albany, Philly, Houston, Dallas, Salt Lake City, Jacksonville, and many others. Check here for all dates, and stream three singles from Surface Noise below.


Experimental post-hardcore supergroup The Sound of Animals Fighting announced their return last month with a 2019 US tour (including NYC's Terminal 5 on 3/8), and they've since added a new date at Santa Ana, CA' s The Observatory on 2/23, with guests Planes Mistaken For Stars and Lorelei K (who are also joining them on other dates during this tour). Tickets are on sale now, and you can view the full list of dates here.


In addition to their Live From Here appearance mentioned above, Death Cab For Cutie announced a few more 2019 dates with support from Jenny Lewis, and Lala Lala. Just announced dates include big shows at NYC Forest Hills Stadium (with Jenny Lewis and BrooklynVegan presale) and Colorado's Red Rocks with Car Seat Headrest.


The reunited Bikini Kill added a second show at LA's Hollywood Palladium, adding to the band's other two dates in LA and NYC (which sold out very quickly).


Speaking of exciting reunions, Jawbox added two more hometown DC shows to their first tour in two decades (their NYC date is still on sale).


Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks have several upcoming US dates (including Chicago and NYC next week) and will play Barcelona's Primavera Sound this spring to kick off a EU/UK tour.

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