Jimmy Eat World announces US tour

Band head out to support ‘Chase This Light’

Jimmy Eat World announces US tour
Jimmy Eat World have announced a US tour to support the release of ‘Chase This Light’, set to be released on October 16.

Having previewed many of the album tracks at the Carling Weekend: Reading and Leeds at the weekend, where they played two sets in one day on the Reading leg.

'Chase This Light' is the follow-up to 2004’s ‘Futures’ and was produced by Butch Vig who describes the album as "Quite eclectic. There are three or four songs that sound like classic Jimmy Eat World, with angular, razor-sharp guitars. There are a couple that are a lot more dreamy, and some that are very groove-acious."

The dates are:

Queen Creek AZ Schnepf Farms (KEDJ Edgefest) (September 29)
Redlands CA Greek Amphitheatre (30)
Santa Cruz CA The Catalyst (October 2)
San Francisco CA The Fillmore (3)
Reno NV Grand Sierra (4)
Salt Lake City UT Utah State Fair Park (X96 show) (6)
Missoula MT Wilma Theatre (7)
Calgary AB MacEwen Hall (8)
Vancouver BC Commodore Ballroom (10)
Seattle WA Showbox Showroom (11)
Bellingham WA Performing Arts Center Main (12)
Davis CA Freeborn Hall (14)
Los Angeles CA The Wiltern (16)
Anaheim CA House Of Blues (18)
San Diego CA House Of Blues (19)
Las Vegas NV The Joint (20)

--By our New York staff.
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