The Raveonettes map US winter tour

Plus their digital only release series continues today (October 22)

The Raveonettes map US winter tour
The Raveonettes have announced a short tour of the US, kicking off January 15 in Boston, MA.

The dates follow a string of digital-only releases from the band, which began with ‘Sometimes They Drop By’ in late September, and continues today with the release of ‘Beauty Dies’. The series concludes next month with a holiday themed release, modernising the band’s favorite Christmas songs.

The tracklisting for ‘Beauty Dies’ is:

‘Young And Beautiful’
‘The Thief‘
‘Here Comes The End’

The tour dates are:

Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club (January 15)
New York, NY Webster Hall (16)
Washington, DC Black Cat (17)
San Fancisco, CA Bimbo’s 365 Club (23)
Los Angeles, CA Henry Fonda Theatre (24)

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