Mercury Classics/Universal Music Classics is set to release the cast album of The Light Princess, on October 9. The Light Princess is Tori Amos’ first musical, which debuted to great critical acclaim at the National Theatre in 2013. The album features the original London cast, recorded entirely under studio conditions and, as a special bonus, will include two songs from the musical performed by Tori herself for the very first time. This 2 CD set comes in a beautiful digipack with a booklet including the complete lyrics and photos from the London production.
Offering fans a glimpse into the world of The Light Princess, “Althea” is now available tostream.
The anticipated cast recording shines a light on Tori Amos’ distinctive and powerful songwriting, with music and lyrics by Tori Amos, book and lyrics by Samuel Adamsonand based on a 19th century fairy tale by George Macdonald. Amos weaves her delicately crafted music throughout the narrative, with Adamson poignantly telling the story of a young woman facing her fears. The Light Princess is the next chapter in Amos’ trailblazing career.
“The Light Princess” is Althea; the character loses her mother at the age of six. In an opposing kingdom, a young prince, Digby, also sees his mother die. Digby becomes so solemn that he never smiles. In contrast, Althea becomes so light with grief that she floats into the air where she never cries. She is shunned by her kingdom and locked away in her father’s castle.
One day, Digby declares war and Althea is forced out of confinement. She defies her father and escapes, only to encounter the solemn prince. Beside a lake, the warring heirs begin a passionate and illicit affair. But for Althea to find real love, she must first confront the world’s darkness and face her deepest fears.
The role of Althea is sung by Rosalie Craig, praised by The New York Times who stated,“In its leading lady, Rosalie Craig, a star is born.” Craig received an Evening Standard Award and a Laurence Olivier Award nomination for her moving performance. She can be heard on the cast album alongside the rest of the original cast including Nick Hendrix, Amy Booth-Steel, Kane Oliver Parry, Hal Fowler and Clive Rowe, among others. The album is produced by Amos and features Martin Lowe conducting with orchestrations by long time Amos contributor John Philip Shenale, as well as vocal arrangements and additional orchestrations by Amos and Lowe.
Amos and Adamson take this fairytale about grief, rebellion and love and create a one-of-a-kind musical that has been embraced by audiences and critics alike.
Minneapolis based four-piece, Little Fevers, is set to release their debut full-length album Field Trip on October 9th. Recorded with Matt Boynton (Beirut, MGMT) and mastered by David Gardner (Black Lips), Little Fevers’ debut is a sweet and crunchy amalgamation of pop-rock driven by front woman Lucy Michelle’s spellbinding vocals. Joined byEamonn McLain (Bass), Geoff Freeman (drums/guitar) and Ashley Bowman (synth),Field Trip is a record that shimmers with a distinct, playful and strikingly deep vision.
Album opener “Can’t Get Enough” is an undeniably infectious track featuring reverb-drenched guitar textures, dreamy vocals, and a formidable baseline. Led by bouncing guitar licks, “Apple Tree” radiates a beach-y feel and features vocals so irresistibly melodic and rich that they act as a wind instrument themselves. The four-piece effortlessly pivot to a more soulful feel on “Make It Easy” which recalls a 70s flecked twang.
“Can’t Get Enough” premiered today with PAPER.
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Little Fevers’ debut LP Field Trip is vibrant and widely accessible with an effervescent warmth sure to keep listeners cozy as the winter months loom in the horizon. In celebration of the new album, the band is set for a fall tour with dates including New York, Chicago, and more. Stay tuned as additional dates are announced!
Austin-based indie orchestra Mother Falcon will release their third full-length album, Good Luck Have Fun, on Universal Music Classics on October 9, 2015. This is Mother Falcon’s first release on UMC and marks the beginning of a new partnership, which includes plans to record and release a fourth album in 2016. The band has announced a co-bill fall tour with Louisville’s Ben Sollee that will bring their unconventional blend of orchestral and alternative influenced music to performing arts centers, theaters, and clubs across the country. "The Fall Migration" tour will bring together these two trendsetting artists of the progressive acoustic genre together for an evening of compelling and original music.
Mother Falcon is an indie orchestra formed in 2008 from a jam session of adventurous young cellists seeking an approach to their instruments beyond the standard classical training of their high school orchestra. Now also including violins, saxophones, trumpet, piano, accordion, banjo, guitar and bouzouki, the collective features twenty active rotating members. Mother Falcon also composes for theater, commissions composers and is active in music education. As an ensemble they have developed a unique curriculum for orchestra students under 18, taught during two sessions of their annual summer camp “Mother Falcon’s Music Lab.”
With the release of Good Luck Have Fun, Mother Falcon takes a leap into the unknown, blowing up their usual way of composing and recording together in a conscious effort to push themselves into new stylistic and sonic realms. Doubling down on both the accessible and adventurous sides of Mother Falcon, the first half of the album soars with an emphasis on rhythm, concise arrangements and a wealth of hooks. The second half of the album is comprised of experimental instrumental soundscapes.
Ben Sollee is an American cellist, singer-songwriter, and composer known for his innovative playing style, genre-bending songwriting, electrifying performances, and political and environmental activism. A native Kentuckian, Sollee has composed for stage and screen at home and abroad. In partnership with the design group Public Works Collaborative, Ben helped create a massive eco-art and tech installation called Livestream. The sculpture was recently awarded a grant from the NEA and will be installed this fall in Lexington, KY. His upcoming record, Steeples, will see a return to the basic ingredients of Sollee's music: cello, voice, and storytelling.
Mother Falcon National Tour Dates
10/8: Houston, TX @ Orange Show Center for Visionary Art
10/9: New Orleans, LA @ Gasa Gasa
“The Fall Migration” Tour with Ben Sollee
10/11: Louisville, KY @ Brown Theater
10/12: Nashville, TN @ City Winery
10/13: Birmingham, AL @ Saturn
10/14: Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West
10/16: Asheville, NC @ Grey Eagle Tavern
10/17: Washington, DC @ The Howard Theatre
10/20: Philadelphia, PA @ World Cafe Downstairs
10/21: New York, NY @ LPR - Le Poisson Rouge
10/22: Troy, NY - Troy Savings Bank Music Hall
10/23: Cambridge, MA @ First Church Congregational
10/24: Providence, RI @ Columbus Theatre
10/25: Portsmouth, NH @ 3S Artspace
10/27: Pittsburgh, PA @ Club Cafe
10/28: Newport, KY @ Southgate House Revival Room
10/29: Chicago, IL @ Thalia Hall
10/30: Minneapolis, MN @ The Cedar
11/1: St. Louis, MO @ The Old Rock House
11/9 : Tucson, AZ @ Club Congress
11/10: San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar
11/11: Los Angeles, CA @ Teragram Ballroom
11/12 : San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall
11/13: Eugene, OR @ HiFi Music Hall
11/15: Bend, OR @ The Domino Room
11/16: Portland, OR @ Mississippi Studios
11/17: Seattle, WA @ Barboza
11/18: Spokane, WA @ The Bartlett
11/20: Salt Lake City, UT @ Urban Lounge
11/21: Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater
Alex Feder is not afraid to order a Shirley temple from the cute, female bartender, as he proudly proclaims in his new song, “Alcohol.” Today, Feder is happy to premiere the new track, along with an accompanying video, illustrated by Evelyn Chang, via Consequence of Sound.
“Alcohol” is a modern pop anthem for struggling romantics hiding in plain sight. In a style reminiscent of The Talking Head’s classic “Once in a Lifetime,” Feder laments the seemingly unreachable expectations that come with young adulthood. With biting spoken lyrics and a melodic, synth filled chorus, Feder declares “We can’t go on like this!” The solution to his current plot in life? Alcohol – 14 shots to be exact.
Alex Feder used to be in a rock band in Brooklyn called The XYZ Affair. After they broke up, he moved to Los Angeles and found himself playing guitar in pop backing bands as a hired gun, playing music that was not his on tours that were not his.
Feder wrote the songs on this EP over the course of several Not-My-Tours, feeling frustrated and voiceless and lonely and often very drunk. The verses to "Whatever Forever" were written on a plane ride from New York to Los Angeles. He scrawled the first words to "Alcohol" on a hotel pad in Mexico City. He wrote the melody to "+1" in the only empty room he could find backstage at an arena in Lithuania. Feder says, “These songs have helped me make sense of a period that has felt senseless and disjointed.”
SOLDIERS OF FORTUNE started back in August 2004 as an ANTI-BAND! The idea was - instigated by Brad Truax - to put together a cracked mercenary “dirty dozen” type of outfit, who were never gonna write songs, never gonna practice, never gonna record music, never make any product for public consumption or ever hit the road!
Although Soldiers Of Fortune’s musical philosophy has stayed intact, they have strayed the path a bit with live shows and releases. On November 6 their newest full-length, Early Risers, will be released via Mexican Summer. Today the band has shared the album’s lead single “Nails” on Pitchfork. The track is now available to listen and share on YouTube.
In the beginning, SOF’s only goal was to play a rare show every now and then that they could assault, terrorize, and shred, relying only on instinct, intuition and the chemistry of the band of brothers (bros if you will) in the moment of battle (show) - it was either sink or swim, or death before glory.
After meeting with Keith Abrahamsson and learning what his label Mexican Summer was all about SOF conceded and signed a deal. With limited pressings, an eclectic roster, HEAVY VINYL, the obscure re-issues, Mexican Summer sounded like the ANTI-LABEL, a perfect fit. Months later, in August, they were in an unfinished Gary’s Electric studio on the hottest three days of 2010, and somehow walked out of the studio with a 12” called Ball Strenth.
Now here we are, another five years, very few shows, or LPs sold, later: in 2013 we got bamboozled by Keith into a SECOND recording sesh (WTF!?!), but this time we were offered "undisclosed" amounts of studio time alongside the usual "carte blanche". This of course meant string sections were hired, arrangers and composers enlisted, backup singers hit on, music biz lawyers attending mixing sessions, blowouts between the band and food delivery men, coffee pouring into the bass amp etc. After three weeks of this we aborted EVERYTHING, took a six-month hiatus to get over our collective S.E.N.D., Sophomore Effort Narcissism Disease, fell back in the studio and recorded a dozen embryonic 'song ideas', rather than jams, over an afternoon. We then called up friends who know how to sing and finished up the damn thing in like three days.
The result is an LP we like to call EARLY RISERS, and beyond the core troupe consisting of Brad Truax (Home, Spiritualized, Interpol), Kid Millions (Man Forever, Oneida), Barry London (fuck yeah Oneida), Matt Sweeney (Chavez being his LEAST well-known operation should tell you something), Jesper Eklow (Meandering Tedium, sorry, Endless Boogie), Mike Bones already, and the elusive Papa Crazee (heavy early riser in team Oneida) we abused the superior vocal stylings of our Healer, Shaman and Answer CLARK "YEREMIAS" BRONSON, STEPHEN MALKMUS, CASS MCCOMBS, DAN MELCHIOR, ETHAN MILLER and MATT MCAULEY. This is the sound of utter confusion and unfocused tender hatred in song form. We have no idea if we even like it, but we definitely have no shame so here you are, crack Early Risers wide open and make up your own mind. We have no interest in knowing your opinion however, so keep it to yourself. Thank You.
01. Nails (ft. Kid Millions)
02. Cinnamon Man (ft. Kid Millions)
03. Campus Swagger (ft. Stephen Malkmus)
04. Old Roman Wall (ft. Cass McCombs)
05. Dog Tooth Down (ft. Ethan Miller)
06. Pure Shame (ft. Dan Melchior)
07. Santa Monica (ft. Mike Bones)
08. Fatigues (ft. Crazee)
09. Kall Mi Kaos (ft. Matt McAuley)
10. Which (ft. Clark "Yeremias" Bronson)
Today sees the release of Mal Blum’s fifth studio album You Look A Lot Like Me via Don Giovanni Records. Emphasized by big guitar hooks and crunchy distortion, Blum emerges with an artistically honest work that moves from the more anti-folk vibe of past material. In celebration of release, the band reveals their “Robert Frost” video with Paste Magazine.Offering a playful take on the track’s guitar driven growl, the video features Mal’s very own pup, Broccolini.
Named as one of SPIN Magazine’s “Artists To Watch ”, You Look A Lot Like Me, produced by Screaming Females’ Marissa Paternoster and mixed by engineer and Swearin’guitarist Kyle Gilbride, is a record of internal struggle, self-effacing humor and earworm melodies. Though lyrical narrative sits at the forefront of any Mal Blum record, this collaborative effort resulted in a stripped-down, punk-influenced, indie rock record.
Mal Blum is set to kick off a national tour in NYC on October 5th that will be followed up by a series of North American dates as direct support for Allison Weiss. Be sure to catch the band in a city near you!
Mal Blum National Tour Dates
* = Headlining
# = Direct support for Allison Weiss
10/5: Brooklyn, NY @ Knitting Factory *
10/9: Philadelphia, PA @ LAVA Space *
10/10: Cambridge, MA @ Lily Pad
10/12: Washington, DC @ Black Cat Backstage *
10/13: Pittsburgh, PA @ Roboto Project *
10/18: San Francisco, CA @ Brick & Mortar Music Hall #
10/20: Portland, OR @ Analog Theater (Upstairs) #
10/21: Seattle, WA @ The Vera Project #
10/23: Boise, ID @ The Watercooler #
10/24: Salt Lake City, UT @ The Loading Dock #
10/25: Denver, CO @ Moon Room #
10/27: Kansas City, MO @ The Riot Room #
10/28: Minneapolis, MN @ The Nether Bar #
10/29: Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen #
10/30: Pontiac, MI @ The Pike Room at Crofoot #
10/31: Columbus, OH @ Double Happiness #
11/2: Toronto, ON @ The Drake Hotel #
11/3: Montreal, QC @ Bar La Ritz PDB #
11/4: Somerville, MA @ Cuisine En Locale #
11/5: Hamden, CT @ The Space #
11/6: Philadelphia, PA @ Voltage Lounge #
11/8: New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge #
11/9: Washington, DC @ Black Cat Backstage #
11/10: Chapel Hill, NC @ Local 506 #
11/12: Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade - Purgatory #
11/13: Jacksonville, FL @ Burro Bar #
11/14: Tampa, FL @ Epic Problem #
11/16: Houston, TX @ The Studio at Warehouse Live #
11/17: San Antonio, TX @ Korova Basement #
11/19: Lubbock, TX @ Jake’s Backroom #
11/21: Phoenix, AZ @ The Rebel Lounge #
11/22: San Diego, CA @ The Casbah #
11/24: Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo #
Progressive, psychedelically stratified, metallic-laced heavy rock veterans Kylesa have returned with what is being hailed as the best album in their nearly fifteen-year career. The seventh studio album Exhausting Fire is out today and has been described by the band as their most honest and raw work yet. It is being released via Season of Mist and available for purchase via iTunes. Kylesa will be hitting the road in a matter of days for an extended US tour in support of the album so be sure to check out the tour dates below.
On Exhausting Fire, southern rockers Kylesa, made up of Phillip Cope, Laura Pleasants, and Carl McGinley, further explore and incorporate psychedelic rock, new wave, space-age twangy Americana, 80s goth and death rock into their pitch-thick DIY punk/metal roots. As much as change is a constant in their world, there exists connective tissue to the past despite Exhausting Fire being the most diverse, dynamic, and fully-realized work of their discography.
In writing Exhausting Fire, the trio found themselves culling inspirations before getting together in various permutations at various times to wade through the amassed collections of riffs and ideas stockpiled before, during and after the punishing Ultraviolet tour schedule.
“Every Kylesa record has its own vibe and identity and inspiration can come from everything,” offers Laura. “An album is a snapshot of what was going on in our lives: my musical life, my family life, my love life, everything. The lyrics and music are very personal and all sorts of moods and emotions went into this album. I think with Ultraviolet we got too far into doing what we wanted and forgot that Kylesa is, at heart, a heavy band. That’s one thing I had to keep in mind because I am interested in different kinds of music and writing differently. With this one, I wanted to write heavy riffs, the kind I hadn’t written in a while, and see where that took us.”
Captured at the familiar confines of the Jam Room in Columbia, SC, Exhausting Fire sees the trio immersing deeper into themselves and their own process by refusing to hire an outside producer to assume Cope’s position. In fact, he reports having additional engineering duties dropped into his production seat, and spending more hours than ever working behind the board.
“No band sounds like us and we don’t sound like any other band,” concludes Pleasants. “After all these years of experimenting with different styles and sounds, we’ve really developed our own thing and I can faithfully say that we sound like us. With this album, we’ve successfully made a record that incorporates all the elements we’ve always played with into a record that works on its own.”
10/6 in St. Petersburg, FL at State Theatre
10/7 in Miami, FL at Grand Central
10/8 in Orlando, FL at The Social
10/9 in Savannah, GA at Jinx
10/10 in Asheville, NC at New Mountain
10/11 in Nashville, TN at The Basement East
10/13 in Columbus, OH at The Basement
10/14 in Grand Rapids, MI at Pyramid Scheme
10/15 in Chicago, IL at The Empty Bottle
10/16 in Cleveland, OH at Grog Shop
10/17 in Pittsburgh, PA at Altar Bar
10/19 in Boston, MA at Brighton Music Hall
10/20 in Philadelphia, PA at Black Box at Underground Arts
10/21 in Brooklyn, NY at Saint Vitus
10/22 in Jersey City, NJ at Monty Hall
10/23 in Richmond, VA at The Broadberry
10/24 in Washington, DC at Rock & Roll Hotel
10/25 in Atlanta, GA at The Drunken Unicorn
11/2 in Oklahoma City, OK at 89th Street Collective
11/3 in Lubbock, TX at Jake’s
11/4 in El Paso, TX at Sandbox
11/5 in Tucson, AZ at Club Congress
11/6 in Pomona, CA at The Glass House
11/7 in Los Angeles, CA at The Fonda Theatre
11/8 in San Francisco, CA at The Fillmore
11/10 in San Diego, CA at The Irenic
11/11 in Phoenix, AZ at Club Red
11/13 in San Antonio at Paper Tiger
11/14 in Houston, TX at Warehouse Live
11/15 in Dallas, TX at The Prophet Bar
11/17 in Colorado Springs, CO at The Black Sheep
11/18 in Denver, CO at Summit Music Hall
11/19 in Salt Lake City, UT at The Complex
11/20 in Boise, ID at Neurolux
11/21 in Portland, OR at Hawthorne Theatre
11/22 in Seattle, WA at The Crocodile
Secret In The Dark breathes generational genre-spanning influences. Recorded at the Daptone-renowned Dunham Sounds Studios (Sharon Jones, Charles Bradley, Dan Auerbach) and produced by Dap-Kings & Menahan Street Band founding member Homer Steinweiss, the album calls upon the genre’s forefathers with its own contemporary edge.
Monika’s live show is a force to be reckoned with. Fans in NYC can catch her electrifying energy during at the album release show next week, followed by a series of CMJ showcases + UK and French dates.
10/8: Brooklyn, NY @ Baby's All Right [FREE RECORD RELEASE PARTY]
10/13: Brooklyn, NY @ Output
(Co-Sign CMJ Rooftop Jam), 9:15pm
10/15: Brooklyn, NY @ The Living Room - CMJ
(School Night & Sound Exchange Showcase), time tba
10/16: New York, NY @ Berlin - CMJ
(ROSQUATCH Showcase), 8:10pm
10/17: Brooklyn, NY @ Cameo Gallery - CMJ
(Atypical Beasts & Audiofemme Showcase), 10:40pm
11/17 London, UK @ The Courtyard
12/5 Rennes, FR @ Trans Musicales Festival
The Light Princess is the next chapter in Tori Amos’ trailblazing career and Amos’ first musical that debuted to great critical acclaim at the UK’s National Theatre in 2013. The anticipated cast album will be released on October 9 on Mercury Classics/Universal Music Classics.
New York Magazine’s Vulture recently premiered “Darkest Hour”; Rolling Stone called the track “beautifully complex” and involves the main character Althea trying to drown herself in a secret lake.
Today the track “Amphibiava” premiered on VICE’s Noisey. Noisey aptly commented, “Perhaps it was inevitable that Tori Amos, whose own visionary discography draws so heavily on mythologies both traditional and invented, would wind up adapting a fairytale for the stage.” “Amphibiava” follows the events of “Darkest Hour,” where Althea enters the lake and rather than drowning, finds it gives her gravity. Later, Althea and Digby find happiness in their lake and promise to stay young forever.
The Light Princess features Tori Amos’ distinctive and powerful songwriting, with music and lyrics by Amos and book and lyrics by Samuel Adamson; the story is based on a 19th century fairy tale by George Macdonald. The album is produced by Amos and features Martin Lowe conducting with orchestrations by long time Amos contributor John Philip Shenale, as well as vocal arrangements and additional orchestrations by Amos and Lowe.
Amos and Adamson take this fairytale about grief, rebellion and love and create a one-of-a-kind musical with a score The New York Times said “has its own pulsating beauty, as if Philip Glass had been commissioned to score “Cinderella.”
Two-time GRAMMY (r) nominee My Morning Jacket kick off their latest set of American tour dates today and they are also unleashing their magical first music video from their latest album, The Waterfall. Directed by Danny Clinch, and incorporating one of the most monumental shows of their career at the sold-out Red Rocks Amphitheater, the video for “Compound Fracture” is a visually stunning and dazzling timepiece of the band in their element.
MMJ said of the video, “The spirit and electricity we felt playing at Red Rocks was one of the most magical experiences we’ve ever had. Having our friend Danny [Clinch] and TourGigsthere to capture that moment was something we treasure - now we’re so excited to be able to share that special night with everyone through this video.” And Danny Clinch added, “After directing the filming of the band at Red Rocks for a live stream, we realized how cool it would be to cut a video from the time we spent there. My conversations with the band are always about how we can make the video strange, mysterious, and interesting. I chose my friend Gabriel Judet-Weinshel, a very adventurous editor/filmmaker to go for it and edit the video together. He definitely killed it and we’ve created a modern take on psychedelia, which suits My Morning Jacket perfectly.”
“Compound Fracture” is available to watch and share via VEVO.
My Morning Jacket performs three songs on the season premiere of Later…With Jools Holland on Palladia at 10:00PM on October 1 (along with Foals and Disclosure) with multiple re-airings throughout the rest of October. The show originally premiered on BBC 2 in the UK, and their performance of “Believe (Nobody Knows)” now on YouTube.
The Waterfall was released on May 4 via Capitol/ATO Records. Co-produced by Jim James and Tucker Martine, the album was recorded at Panoramic House Studio in Stinson Beach, CA. Catch MMJ live at one of their dates this fall culminating in four nights at the Beacon Theatre in New York City.
“The Waterfall reaffirms that My Morning Jacket is one of the most exciting American rock bands.” –Pitchfork
“May be their richest album yet.” – Entertainment Weekly
“Best album in a decade.” – Grantland
“Monumental.” - NPR
See below for My Morning Jacket’s fall tour dates.
September 30 at Keller Auditorium in Portland, OR w/ Strand of Oaks
October 2 at Moore Theatre in Seattle, WA w/ Strand of Oaks
October 3 at Moore Theatre in Seattle, WA w/ Strand of Oaks
October 5 at Wilma Theatre in Missoula, MT
October 6 at Revolution in Boise, ID w/ Strand of Oaks
October 7 at The Complex in Salt Lake City, UT w/ Strand of Oaks
October 9 at Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas, NV w/ Strand of Oaks
October 10 at Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas, NV w/ Strand of Oaks
October 11 at County Bowl in Santa Barbara, CA w/ Fruit Bats
October 13 at The Shrine in Los Angeles, CA w/ Fruit Bats and Dr. Dog
October 15 at Nob Hill Masonic Center in San Francisco, CA w/ Fruit Bats
October 16 at Nob Hill Masonic Center in San Francisco, CA w/ Fruit Bats
October 17 at Nob Hill Masonic Center in San Francisco, CA w/ Fruit Bats
October 19 at SDSU Open Air Theatre in San Diego, CA w/ Fruit Bats
October 20 at Comerica Theater in Phoenix, AZ w/ Fruit Bats
October 22 at Music Hall in Austin, TX w/ Fruit Bats
October 23 at Music Hall in Austin, TX w/Fruit Bats
October 24 at Verizon Theatre in Grand Prairie, TX w/ Fruit Bats
November 19 at Tower Theater in Philadelphia, PA w/ Strand of Oaks
November 20 at Orpheum Theater in Boston, MA w/ Strand of Oaks
November 21 at Orpheum Theater in Boston, MA w/ Woods
November 24 at Beacon Theatre in New York, NY w/ Woods
November 25 at Beacon Theatre in New York, NY w/ Strand of Oaks
November 27 at Beacon Theatre in New York, NY w/ Cass McCombs
November 28 at Beacon Theatre in New York, NY w/ Craig Finn