Art Brut side-project announce North American tour details

Everybody Was In The French Resistance...Now will hit the road on April 23

Art Brut side-project announce North American tour details
The Art Brut side-project Everybody Was In The French Resistance...Now have announced details of an upcoming tour of North America.

Featuring Art Brut's Eddie Argos and The Blood Arm's Dyan Valdes, the duo are playing in support of their debut album 'Fixin' The Charts', which was released in January.

Beginning with a show at The Echo in Los Angeles on April 23, the pair will then embark on a further 24-dates, finishing with a date at Rhythm Room in Phoenix on May 26.

"I'm really looking forward to the tour," Eddie Argos told NME.COM. "Unfortunately Dave Newton who played the European tour and SXSW shows cant make it. We have Ian Catskilkin from Art Brut instead, which will be useful for writing the next Art Brut album."

He added: "We've started writing a new song for the tour inspired by Mott The Hoople's song 'Saturday Gigs'. It's called 'Sunday Hangovers' and the chorus goes "Do you remember the saturday gigs..we don't..we don't.""

Everybody Was In The French Resistance...Now will play the following:

Los Angeles, CA The Echo (April 23)
San Diego, CA Casbah (24)
San Francisco, CA Bottom Of The Hill (27)
Portland, OR Mississippi Studios (29)
Kennewick, WA Red Room Coffee And Concert House (30)
Seattle, WA High Drive (May 1)
Minneapolis, MN Turf Club (4)
Madison, Wisconsin The Frequency (5)
Chicago, IL Shubas (6)
Detroit, MI Majestic Cafe (7)
Toronto, ON El Mocambo (8)
Montreal, QC La Sala Rossa (9)
Boston, MA Great Scott (11)
New York, NY Mercury Lounge (12)
Brooklyn, New York Union Hall (13)
Philadelphia, PA North Star (14)
Washington, DC DC9 (15)
Chapel Hill, NC Local 506 (16)
Atlanta, GA The Earl (17)
Birmingham, AL Bottle tree (18)
Nashville, TN Exit/In (19)
Mangos Houston, TX (21)
Austin, TX Emos Indoors (22)
Denton, TX Hayleys (23)
Phoenix, AZ Rhythm Room (26)


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