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Parquet Courts release “Dust” into the airwaves, details on new album

It seems like every few months, Parquet Courts creates new music. Their most recent EP, Monastic Living, was released last November, and now they’re back with more. Frontman Andrew Savage talks about the origins of their new album, Human Performance:

“I began to question my humanity, and if it was always as sincere as I thought, or if it was a performance. I felt like a sort of malfunctioning apparatus. Like a machine programmed to be human showing signs of defect.”

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Their prolific activity could be traced to Savage as well the band’s restlessness. Parquet Courts also released a single from Human Performance, “Dust,” with video of an unkempt schlub working and eating noodles in what must be a skeevy office, because the cameraman keeps wiping his video screen.

“The unavoidable noise of NYC (that) can be maddening, the kind of the impossible struggle against clutter, whether it’s physical or mental or social,” says singer and guitarist Austin Brown, who also produced and mixed the album. The new album is said to be a direct descendent of 2014’s Content Nausea and its analysis of modern anxieties

Human Performance is out April 8 on Rough Trade. New tour dates are below the tracklisting.

1. Dust
2. Human Performance
3. Outside
4. I Was Just Here
5. Paraphrased
6. Captive Of The Sun
7. Steady On My Mind
8. On Man, No City
9. Berlin Got Blurry
10. Keep It Even
11. Two Dead Cops
12. Pathos Prairie
13. It’s Gonna Happen

PARQUET COURTS TOUR DATES (new dates in bold):
Mon. Feb. 15 – Milwaukee, WI @ Turner Hall w/ Love Of Everything
Tue. Feb. 16 – Chicago, IL @ Thalia Hall w/ Love Of Everything  – SOLD OUT
Thu. Feb. 18 – Minneapolis, MN @ Triple Rock Social Club w/ Love Of Everything
Fri. Feb. 19 – Calgary, AB @ Commonwealth Bar
Sat. Feb. 20 – Vancouver, BC @ Rickshaw Theater w/ Dumb
Tue. Feb. 23 – Seattle, WA @ Neumos
Wed. Feb. 24 – Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom w/ Woolen Men
Fri. Feb. 26 – Oakland, CA @ The New Parish (Noise Pop) w/ Chris Cohen – SOLD OUT
Sat. Feb. 27 – Los Angeles, CA @ American Legion Hall w/ Chris Cohen – SOLD OUT
Sun. Feb. 28 – Los Angeles, CA @ American Legion Hall
Sat. Mar. 12 – Marfa, TX @ Marfa Myths w/ No Age, Emitt Rhodes, Quilt, Sheer Mag
Thu. Apr. 14 – Providence, RI @ The Met w/ Soda 
Fri. Apr.15 – Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club w/ Soda 
Sat. Apr. 16 – Kingston, NY @ BSP Kingston w/ Soda 
Sun. Apr. 17 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Spirit w/ Soda 
Mon. Apr. 18 – Columbus, OH @ Ace of Cups w/ Soda 
Wed. Apr. 20 – Chicago, IL @ Metro w/ Soda 
Thu. Apr. 21 – Detroit, MI @ Marble Bar w/ Soda 
Fri. Apr. 22 – Toronto, Ontario @ Phoenix Theater w/ Soda 
Thu. Apr. 28 – Dallas, TX @ Granada Theater 
Sat. Apr. 30 – Austin, TX @ Levitation Festival
Mon. May 2 – Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald’s 
Wed. May 11 – Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer w/ B Boys 
Thu. May 12 – Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club w/ B Boys  
Fri. May 13 – Carrboro, NC @ Cat’s Cradle w/ B Boys 
Sun. May 15 – Atlanta, GA @ Shaky Knees Festival
Mon. May 16 – Nashville, TN @ Mercy Lounge w/ B Boys 
Tue. May 17 – Asheville, NC @ The Mothlight w/ B Boys 
Wed. May 18 – Charlottesville, VA @ Jefferson Theater w/ B Boys 
Fri. May 20 – New York, NY @ Webster Hall w/ B Boys 
Sat. June 4 – Barcelona, SP @ Primavera Sound Festival
Sun. June 12 – London, UK @ Field Day
Tue. June 14 – Bristol, UK @ Trinity
Wed. June 15 – Liverpool, UK @ New Kazimier
Thu. June 16 – Edinburgh, UK @ La Belle Angele
Fri. June 17 – Leeds, UK @ Irish Centre
Fri. June 18 – Manchester, UK @ Gorilla


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Radkey: Johnny Cash version prompted “Personal Jesus” cover

You certainly can’t say “Personal Jesus” will ever be the same.

Radkey has shared a hard-driving, marathon cover of Depeche Mode’s “Personal Jesus.” The band has sped up the tempo and amped up layers of guitars, cloaking the alt-80s anthem in full-throttle punk rock. Radkey’s version is under 2 minutes if that helps describe the song — listen below:

Isaiah Radke described how the band happened upon “Personal Jesus” — and it’s not the way you might think:

We were on the road listening to the radio and heard Johnny Cash’s version of the song. I heard how simple the riff was, and pictured how it could easily be turned into a killer rock song. We’d always wanted to cover Depeche Mode, but we could never really pick the right track. We’re really stoked about being able to do our own version of this song.


Their debut album, “Dark Black Makeup” is out now.
Radkey’s tour dates are below:
Sep 08 Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry
Sep 09 Iowa City, IA @ Gabe’s
Sep 10 Omaha, NE @ Waiting Room
Sep 11 Denver @ Larimer Lounge
Sep 12 Salt Lake City, UT @ Music Garage
Sep 14 Vancouver, BC @ The Cobalt
Sep 15 Seattle, WA @ Barboza
Sep 16 Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre Lounge
Sep 18 Oakland, CA @ Leo’s
Sep 19 San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar
Sep 20 Long Beach, CA @ Alex’s Bar
Sep 21 Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo
Sep 22 Scottsdale, AZ @ Pub Rock
Sep 25 Lawrence, KS @ The Bottleneck
Sep 26 St. Louis, MO @ The Demo
Sep 27 Springfield, MO @ The Outland Ballroom
Sep 29 Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
Sep 30 Richmond, VA @ Strange Matter
Oct 01 Hudson, NY @ The Half Moon
Oct 02 Allston, MA @ Great Scott
Oct 03 Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie
Oct 04 Washington DC @ Black Cat Backstage
Oct 07 New York, NY @ The Studio at Webster Hall
Oct 08 Pittsburgh, PA @ Smiling Moose
Oct 09 Columbus, OH @ Rumba Cafe
Oct 10 Chicago, IL @ Township
Oct 15 Vienna, AT @ Fluc
Oct 16 Muchen, DE @ Strom
Oct 17 Stuttgart, DE @ Zwölfzehn
Oct 18 Wiesbaden, DE @ Kulturzentrum Schlachthof
Oct 20 Paris, FR @ La Boule Noire
Oct 21 Nijmegen, NL @ Merleyn
Oct 22 Amsterdam, NL @ Paradiso Kleine Zaal
Oct 23 Utrecht, NL @ EKKO
Oct 24 Brussels, Beligum @ AB
Oct 26 Brighton, UK @ Green Door Store
Oct 27 Bristol, UK @ The Exchange
Oct 28 Birmingham, UK @ Hare and Hounds
Oct 29 Sheffield, UK @ Leadmill
Oct 30 Nottingham, UK @ The Bodega
Oct 31 Manchester, UK @ SOUND CONTROL
Nov 02 Glasgow, UK @ King Tuts Wah Wah Hut
Nov 03 Newcastle, UK @ 02 Academy 2 Newcastle
Nov 04 Leeds, UK @ Key Club
Nov 05 London, UK @ The Dome

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Parquet Courts sign with Rough Trade, reveal details on “Monastic Living” EP

Protopunk aficionados Parquet Courts said today they’ve signed to Rough Trade Records and have announced several tour dates to take them through the U.S., Canada and Europe.

They’ve also announced a new EP, “Monastic Living,” with a release date of Nov. 13.

Hopefully more details will be on the way soon, but you can preorder “Monastic Living” here.

Thu. Aug. 27 – London, UK @ Birthdays
Fri. Aug. 28 – Reading, UK @ Reading Festival
Sat. Aug. 29 – Leeds, UK @ Leeds Festival
Sun. Aug 30 – Paris, France @ Rock En Seine
Wed. Sept. 2 – Galway, Ireland @ Roisin Dubh
Thu. Sept. 3 – Limerick, Ireland @ Dolan’s
Fri. Sept. 4 – Belfast, Ireland @ Limelight 2
Tue. Sept. 8 – Stockholm, Sweden @ Debaser Strand
Wed. Sept. 9 – Oslo, Norway @ Blaa
Thu. Sept. 10 – Copenhagen, Denmark @ Pumpehuset
Sat. Sept. 12 – Berlin, Germany @ Lollapalloza Berlin
Mon. Sept. 14 – Vienna, Austria @ Chelsea
Tue. Sept. 15 – Zagreb, Croatia @ Culture Factory
Wed. Sept. 16 – Ravenna, Italy @ Bronson
Thu. Sept. 17 – Rome, Italy @ Monk
Sat. Sept. 19 – Athens, Greece @ AN Club
Thu. Nov. 5 – Denton, TX @ Rubber Gloves
Fri. Nov. 6 – Sat. Nov. 7 – Austin, TX @ FFF
Mon. Nov. 9 – New Orleans, LA @ One Eyed Jacks
Tue. Nov. 10 – Memphis, TN @ Hi Tone
Wed. Nov. 11 – Lawrence, KS @ The Bottleneck
Fri. Nov. 13 – Denver, CO @ Marquis
Thu. Dec. 3 – Northampton, MA @ Flywheel w/ Pill
Fri. Dec. 4 – Boston, MA @ Middle East w/ Pill
Sat. Dec. 5 – Portsmouth, NH @ 3S Artspace w/ Pill
Sun. Dec. 6 – Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground w/ Pill
Mon. Dec. 7 – Quebec City, QC @ Le Cercle w/ Pill
Tue. Dec. 8 – Montreal, QC @ La Sala Rossa w/ Pill
Wed. Dec. 9 – Toronto, ON @ Lee’s w/ Pill
Fri. Dec. 11 – Brooklyn, NY @ Warsaw w/ Pill

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Parquet Courts’ Andrew Savage to have his first solo art exhibition

Parquet Courts’ frontman Andrew Savage never stops moving.

Besides putting out two albums last year and forming successful side projects, Savage is now heading in yet another direction.

According to DIY, Savage will hold his first art exhibit in Brooklyn, titled “Color Studies.” It’s set to run July 10 to Sept. 1 at The Shop, 181 Howard Ave., New York.

andrew savage-Parquet-CourtsHis artistic side did not come out of nowhere — he studied art at University of North Texas. He’s also done the artwork for all of Parquet Courts’ albums.

Here’s some examples of his serigraphy (silkscreen) artwork — it’s a little bit comic-book-style, a little Andy Warhol, and a little existential.

According to Savage:

“I called the show Color Studies because I wanted to focus on colors that don’t appear in my palette often; you’ll find a lot of salmon pink and pastel colors — basically stuff I’ve been afraid to use because I wasn’t quite sure how. I like images that are familiar and ordinary, but hinged on an unsettling emotion.”

According to their website, the work finds influence in John Wesley, Edward Hopper, Ray Johnson and Raymond Pettibon.

There’s more info on Parquet Courts’ website.

Andrew Savage:

Andrew Savage: “Confession”

andrew savage heather with nug

Andrew Savage: “Heather With Nug”

Andrew Savage:

Andrew Savage: “Men In Love”

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Stream Death’s first new music in 40 years

Protopunk band Death, which originated in Detroit, before quietly retiring to the woods of Vermont, has come out with its first new music since 1975, when they released the album “For The Whole World To See.”

The album is called N.E.W. and is streaming in full at VICE.

Death has managed to stay under the radar for many punk fans, even now. If you need a quick primer, check out my story from last year on how I discovered Death.

N.E.W. is out April 21 on Drag City imprint Tryangle.

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Nots have punk locked up with “We Are Nots”



Slow songs are overrated. Any band that says they’re punk but then tries to sneak in a “slow” song — imposters. Stick with the real thing.

If you’re looking for that authenticity, that brazen punk, Nots have it.

There’s a bold intensity to the quartet’s latest, “We Are Nots,” — a passion fueled by youth’s abandon and bravery. That lack of fear is what drives young music and ideas, and what keeps real punk music alive.

If you listen to “Dust Red” from the band’s earlier 7”— their sound was even more garage and muffled in its darkness and desolateness. It’s good to hear that with this full-length debut, they’ve been polished up a bit from that extreme lo-fi scuzz-dust.

we are nots

With the blazing opener, “Insect Eyes,” they’ve already announced their signature sound, although they sometimes veer off with indie-rock bass melodies as on “Strange Rage.”

Besides strong showings by bassist Madison Farmer and guitarist Natalie Hoffmann, Charlotte Watson’s drumming is delivered machine-gun style, and Alexandra Eastburn’s synth keeps up that creature-feature blackness that gets stuffed into your head with a pneumatic drill.

The bonus on “We Are Nots” is that they’re mostly full-length songs– most are more than 2 minutes. “Reactor” is nearly 4 minutes—eons for a punk song, but no worries—it’s not overdone, just damn fun.

It’s so refreshing to hear four Memphis women blasting up such a hardcore sound from the underground. It’s like a breath of fresh air— heavy, strong, rank air, laden with sex and sweat, that you just can’t get enough of.


“We Are Nots” was out Nov. 11 on Goner Records.

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Parkay Quarts is now streaming “Content Nausea”


Parkay Quarts: Content Nausea

Punk-rock overachievers Parkay Quarts, also known as Parquet Courts, is now streaming their latest, “Content Nausea.”

The album is out Nov. 11 on What’s Your Rupture?, while the worldwide digital release will by Nov. 17 on Rough Trade. Also check out the first single, “Uncast Shadow of a Southern Myth.”

Parkay Quarts/Parquet Courts have released a slew of tour dates to keep everyone toasty through the winter.


Thu. Nov 6 – Washington DC @ DC9 (as Parkay Quarts)

Sat. Nov 8 – Philadelphia, PA @ PhilaMOCA (as Parkay Quarts)

Thu. Nov 13 – Lille, France @ Le Grand Mix (as Parkay Quarts)

Fri. Nov14 – Paris, France @ La Cigale (as Parkay Quarts)

Sat. Nov 15 – Nantes, France @ Stereolux (as Parkay Quarts)

Mon. Nov 17 – Toulose, France @ Bikini (as Parkay Quarts)

Wed. Nov 19 – Oostende, Belgium @ De Zwerver (as PCPC)

Thu. Nov 20 – Brussels, Belgium @ Botanique (as Parkay Quarts)

Fri. Nov 21 – Utrecht, Holland @ Le Guess Who (as Parkay Quarts)

Sat. Nov 22 – Amsterdam, Holland @ The Vrankrijk (as PCPC)

Sun. Nov 23 – Utrecht, Holland @ Le Guess Who (as PCPC)

Mon. Nov 24 – Ramsgate, UK @ Ramsgate Music Hall (as PCPC)

Tue. Nov 25 – London, UK @ Electroworkz (as PCPC)

Wed. Nov 26 – Leeds, UK @ Wardrobe (as Parkay Quarts)

Thu. Nov 27 – London, UK @ The Laundry (as Parkay Quarts)

Sat. Nov 29 – Koln, Germany @ Museum Ludwig (as Parkay Quarts)

Sun. Nov 30 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Rote Frabrik (as Parkay Quarts)

Thu. Dec. 11 – New York, NY @ Webster Hall (as Parquet Courts)

Sat. Jan. 24 – Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar (as Parquet Courts)

Sun. Jan. 25 – Charlottesville, VA @ The Southern (as Parquet Courts)

Mon. Jan. 26 – Raleigh, NC @ Kings (as Parquet Courts)

Wed. Jan. 28 – Athens, GA @ 40 Watt (as Parquet Courts)

Thu. Jan. 29 – Atlanta, GA @ The Earl (as Parquet Courts)

Fri. Jan. 30 – Gainseville, FL @ The Wooly (as Parquet Courts)

Sat. Jan. 31 – Tampa, FL @ American Legion Hall (as Parquet Courts)

Mon. Feb. 2 – Tallahassee, FL @ Club Down Under (as Parquet Courts)

Tue. Feb. 3 – Pensecola, FL @ Vinyl Music Hall (as Parquet Courts)

Wed. Feb. 4 – Birmingham, AL @ The Bottletree (as Parquet Courts)

Thu. Feb. 5 – Nashville, TN @ Exit/In (as Parquet Courts)

Fri. Feb. 6 – Asheville, NC @ The Mothlight (as Parquet Courts)

Sat. Feb. 7 – Washington, DC @ Black Cat (as Parquet Courts)

Sun. Feb. 8 – Philadelphia, PA @ First Unitarian Church (as Parquet Courts)

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MySpace takes a shine to Karen O, Ryan Adams and Interpol

This week on Myspace, three artists are featured who’ve all released new albums this week — Karen O, Ryan Adams and Interpol.

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A story by “Sad Girls Guide To…” is the most in-depth of the three profiles here. The Sad Girls list the reasons why they think art-punk icon Karen O is so influential.  The mini-stories are heavily subjective, but enjoyable to read nonetheless. Stories include links to the music of Karen O as well as her namesake band Yeah Yeah Yeahs, how her solo release “Crush Songs,” came about, and her fashion sense that no one could have predicted.


One story is called “She Doesn’t Give a F*#! Onstage,” which is actually true (she pulled her pants down and everyone saw her bum as she closed down the House of Blues in Boston last year). Interesting fact: After the YYY’s full-length 2003 record “Fever To Tell” blew up the charts, Playboy asked Karen O to pose for the cover. She refused. Good call.


Everybody Loves a List profiles Ryan Adams, whose listed occupations include singer, songwriter, poet and painter. Adams’ hardcore punk album, “1984,” was leaked by a fan who streamed it onto Youtube. The buzz about that album only snowballed from there. Everybody loves a List makes the case that Adams is a mega Deadhead, and it seems they have a point. The writers hunt down these little nuances between Adams’s songs and music from Grateful Dead’s massive catalog.
They mention Adams’ bootlegged track “Abigail” has the same time signature and four chords as the Grateful Dead’s “Friend of the Devil.” The comparisons between the two artists are pretty in-depth. On the other hand, drawing a correlation between Adams’ tweeting pics of his cats and Jerry Garcia’s album “Cats Under the Stars” might be a stretch. The story doesn’t take itself too seriously, and anyway, it shouldn’t.
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The last story, by Graphic Content, is more of a list, but probes the name of post-punk band Interpol’s new album “El Pintor” (“The Painter”) and five alternative anagrams to consider. That story speaks for itself.


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Parquet Courts release video, join cosmic forces with PC Worship

Parquet Courts today released a video for one of their more mellow songs, “Bodies Made Of,” off the record “Sunbathing Animal.”

The video is curated from hot and sweaty footage from their record-release show at Sugarhill Supper Club in Bedford Stuyvesant in June and interspersed with urbanite shots of graffiti-covered buildings.parquet courts bodies video

Parquet Courts have also announced a new collaboration with members of PC Worship. Andrew Savage and Austin Brown of Parquet Courts will join forces with Justin Frye and other PC Worship members — in a band they’re calling PCPC.

The new incarnation will perform some East Coast dates opening for ex-Sonic Youth chief Thurston Moore.

Maybe Courts leader Andrew Savage says it best:

  “Like P-Funk, MinuteFlag, Ciccone Youth, Loutallica and Red House Chili Painters (bet you didn’t know about that one), PCPC is what happens when two legendary rock juggernauts join forces. In this instance, members of PC Worship and Parquet Courts have merged into a NY noise-rock confederacy, each band bringing their own sonic distinctions.”

Of note, Parquet Courts will be known on certain concert dates as Parkay Quarts. We don’t know why.

Check out the semi-confusing schedule here:

Tue.Oct 21 – Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus (as PCPC) w/ Thurston Moore

Wed.Oct 22 – Boston MA @ The Sinclair (as PCPC) w/ Thurston Moore

Fri.Oct 24 – Providence, RI @ The Met (as PCPC) w/ Thurston Moore

Sat.Oct 25 – Philadelphia, PA @ Boot & Saddle (as PCPC) w/ Thurston Moore

Sun.Oct 26 – Brooklyn, NY @ Rough Trade NYC (as PCPC) w/ Thurston Moore

Thu. Nov 6 – Washington DC @ DC9 (as Parkay Quarts)

Sat.Nov 8 – Philadelphia, PA @ PhilaMOCA (as Parkay Quarts)

Thu. Nov 13 – Lille, France @ Le Grand Mix (as Parkay Quarts)

Fri.Nov14 – Paris, France @ La Cigale (as Parkay Quarts)

Sat.Nov 15 – Nantes, France @ Stereolux (as Parkay Quarts)

Mon.Nov 17 – Toulose, France @ Bikini (as Parkay Quarts)

Wed.Nov 19 – Oostende, Belgium @ De Zwerver (as PCPC)

Thu.Nov 20 – Brussels, Belgium @ Botanique (as Parkay Quarts)

Fri.Nov 21 – Utrecht, Holland @ Le Guess Who (as Parkay Quarts)

Sat.Nov 22 – Amsterdam, Holland @ The Vrankrijk (as PCPC)

Sun.Nov 23 – Utrecht, Holland @ Le Guess Who (as PCPC)

Mon.Nov 24 – Ramsgate, UK @ Ramsgate Music Hall (as PCPC)

Tue.Nov 25 – London, UK @ Electroworkz (as PCPC)

Wed.Nov 26 – Leeds, UK @ Wardrobe (as Parkay Quarts)

Thu.Nov 27 – London, UK @ The Laundry (as Parkay Quarts)

Sat.Nov 29 – Koln, Germany @ Museum Ludwig (as Parkay Quarts)

Sun.Nov 30 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Rote Frabrik (as Parkay Quarts)

Thu.Dec 11 – New York, NY @ Webster Hall (as Parquet Courts)

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Death From Above 1979 streaming “Physical World”


Death From Above 1979, or DFA 1979 if you’re in a hurry, today released a stream of their new album, “The Physical World,” through iTunes. The album is out Sept. 9 on Last Gang/Warner Bros.

The dance-punk band is set to play a show at Brooklyn’s Rough Trade Records on Sept. 8, and on Sept. 10, they’ll appear on the Late Show with David Letterman.

“The Physical World” was prduced by D. Sardy, who worked with Red Hot Chili Peppers, LCD Soundsystem, Wolfmother and Oasis. This new album comes a decade after “You’re a Woman, I’m a Machine,” and three years after bassist and synth player Jesse Keeler and vocalist/drummer Sebastien Grainger got back together following a 2006 breakup.

Death From Above 1979’s upcoming tour dates:

*09/6                 Toronto, ONT                  Riot Fest Toronto

*11/01               New Orleans, LA            Voodoo Music + Arts Experience

11/03                Atlanta, GA                     Buckhead Theatre

11/04                Nashville, TN                   Marathon Music Works

11/06                Houston, TX                    Warehouse Live

*11/07               Austin, TX                       Fun Fun Fun

11/08                Dallas, TX                       Granada Theater

11/10                Tempe, AZ                     Marquee Theatre

11/12                San Diego, CA                House of Blues

11/13                Santa Ana, CA                Observatory

11/15                Las Vegas, NV                Brooklyn Bowl

11/17                San Francisco, CA          The Independent

11/18                Portland, OR                   Crystal Ballroom

11/19                Seattle, WA                   Neumos

*11/21               Salt Lake City, UT          In The Venue

11/22                Boulder, CO                    Fox Theatre

11/24                Minneapolis, MN             First Avenue

11/25                Chicago, IL                     Riviera Theatre

11/26                Detroit, MI                       Crofoot

11/28                New York, NY                 Terminal 5

1129                 Philadelphia, PA              Union Transfer

12/01                Washington, DC              9:30 Club

12/02                Boston, MA                    House of Blues

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