Camera Obscura announce North American tour

Scottish group will play shows in the US and Mexico throughout April

Camera Obscura announce North American tour
Camera Obscura have announced plans of a forthcoming tour of North America.

Playing in support of last year's album 'My Maudlin Career', the Glasgow group will play shows across the US, plus two gigs in Mexico.

Currently on tour in New Zealand and Australia, the Scottish band will also head to Japan, Portugal and Indonesia, before beginning the North American tour in Iowa on April 3.

Camera Obscura will play:

Iowa City, IA Blue Moose Tap House (April 3)
Madison, WI High Noon Saloon (4)
Chicago, IL Lincoln Hall (5)
Lawrence, KS The Bottleneck (7)
Norman, OK Meacham Auditorium (8)
Austin, TX Emo's (9)
Denton, TX Hailey's (10)
Houston, TX Warehouse Live Studio (11)
Mexico City Lunario (13)
Guadalajara Lydo's Show Center (14)
Las Vegas, NV Club Aruba at the Aruba Hotel (16)
Visalia, CA Cellar Door (20)
San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall (21)
Eugene, OR WOW Hall (23)
Bellingham, WA Nightlight Lounge (24)
Portland, OR Berbati's Pan (25)

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