Love Is All plot North American tour

Swedes cover Faith No More on new single

Love Is All plot North American tour
Love Is All have announced that they will play several North American dates this autumn in support of their forthcoming sophomore album.

The Swedish indie rockers will begin their jaunt in Athens, Georgia, on October 7 and play dates in cities including New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles and San Francisco before wrapping things up in Seattle on November 23.

Their new album, 'A Hundred Things That Keep Me Up At Night', is due out in the US on November 11.

Those who pre-order the album will get a free 7" single of their first single 'Wishing Well', which includes a cover of Faith No More's 'Epic', featuring the band's keyboardist Roddy Bottum.

The tour dates are:

Athens, GA Caledonia Lounge (October 7)
Asheville, NC Orange Peel (8)
Washington, DC 9:30 Club (9)
New York, NY Roseland (10)
Philadelphia, PA Kung Fu (11)
Purchase, NY SUNY Purchase (12)
Hoboken, NJ Maxwell's (13)
Los Angeles, CA Echoplex (16)
San Diego, CA Casbah (17)
Los Angeles, CA Smell (18)
San Francisco, CA Bottom Of The Hill (20)
Portland, OR Backspace (22)
Seattle, WA Nectar Lounge (23)


--By our Los Angeles staff.
[url="/about"] Find out more about NME[/url].

Read More On This Artist

More News
Lucy Rose announces UK tour and promises to play new material
Sleaford Mods' Jason Williamson: 'Bono's such a massive cunt'
Future Islands' Samuel T Herring feared he 'was going to die' earlier this year
Madonna calls new album leak 'a form of terrorism'
New Official Chart Show host Clara Amfo is 'surprised at how nice everyone's been'
Wiley reschedules tour following unrelated shooting outside London venue
Wu-Tang's RZA: 'I used to do rap battles on the spot where Eric Garner was killed'
Pond unveil new video for track 'Sitting Up on Our Crane' - watch
The 1975 named as the hardest-working band this year with 195 shows in 29 countries
Muse update fans on new album as they record with orchestra in Milan – watch
Apple did not intentionally delete music from users' iPods, jury finds
Scott Stapp alleges that 'the heart of ISIS is in my own family' in uncovered 911 calls...
Florence & The Machine and Alt-J added to Flow Festival line-up
AC/DC sell out Wembley Stadium gig in 60 minutes
Laura Marling announces new album 'Short Movie' – hear first song now
D'Angelo team confirm release of new album was brought forward following Ferguson protests
St Vincent reveals 'Birth In Reverse' video and says she has recorded songs with Carrie...
Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars perform 'Uptown Funk' on finale of 'The Voice US'...
Kendrick Lamar premieres brand new song on 'The Colbert Report' – watch
The Decemberists share new song 'The Wrong Year' - listen
Records by Sex Pistols, Chic, Neil Young, Lou Reed added to Grammy Hall of Fame
Former BBC Radio 1 DJ Chris Denning sentenced to 13 years for sexual abuse

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM