Stars map US tour

Montreal quintet will hit the road in September

Stars map US tour
Stars have announced a tour of the US, which will kick off September 15 at the Wilbur in Boston, MA.

The Montreal four-piece will take to the road for a three-week stint in support of their 2007 album ‘In Our Bedroom After The War’.

The band today unveiled the video for current single ‘Bitches In Tokyo’ which was directed by Experimental Parachute Movement featuring Kevin Drew of Broken Social Scene and George Vale. The clip will stream at their Myspace page.

The band are also slated to play the Festival D’ete de Quebec, Ottawa Bluesfest and Outlands Festival this summer.

The dates are:

Vieux-Quebec, PQ Festival D’ete de Quebec (July 5)
Ottawa, ON Ottawa Bluesfest (8)
San Francisco, CA Outlands Festival (August 24)
Boston, MA Wilbur (16)
Northampton, MA Pearl Street (17)
Philadelphia, PA Trocadero (19)
New York, NY Terminal 5 (20)
Chicago, IL The Riviera (24)
St. Louis, MO The Pagaent (25)
Lawrence, KS The Granada (26)
Austin, TX Austin City Limits (28)
Los Angeles, CA Avalon (October 1)
Anaheim, CA House of Blues (2)
Santa Cruz, CA The Rio Theatre (4)
San Francisco, CA The Fillmore (6)
Portland, OR Wonder Ballroom (8)
Seattle, WA The Showbox (9)

--By our New York staff.
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