Jaunt includes dates at All Tomorrow’s Parties
Low have announced the dates of an extensive tour surrounding the release of their eighth studio album.
The Minnesota-based Sub Pop band will officially kick off their tour in New York on April 6, before wrapping up in Los Angeles on June 23. Before the tour begins, they’ll play a date in London on February 15 and at Belgium’s Music in Mind Festival the following day.
The jaunt will also include three dates at All Tomorrow’s Parties in Somerset at the end of April, after which they’ll break for a month-and-a-half before resuming the second leg of the tour in Seattle mid-June.
Swedish band Loney Dear, who will release their debut in the US on Sub Pop February 6, will open for the band from April 9-12.
Low plan to release their new album, ‘Drums and Guns’, in the US on March 20.
The tour dates are:
London The Spitz (February 15)
Bruges Belgium Concertgebouw (16)
New York Webster Hall (April 6)
Somerville Massachusetts Theater (7)
Philadelphia First Unitarian Church Sanctuary (9)
Washington DC 9:30 Club (10)
Cleveland Heights Ohio Grog Shop
Detroit Magic Stick (12)
Chicago Metro (13)
Minneapolis First Avenue (14)
All Tomorrow’s Parties Somerset Butlins Holiday Resort Minehead (27-29)
Seattle Triple Door (June 13-14)
Portland Doug Fir Lounge (15-16)
San Francisco Great American Music Hall (19-20)
Los Angeles Troubadour (22-23)
–By our Los Angeles staff. Find out more about NME.