We Are Scientists announce North American tour

It kicks off July 1 in Los Angeles

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We Are Scientists have announced a tour of the US and Canada in support of their second album ‘Brain Thrust Mastery’.

The record was released earlier this month in the US and is the follow up to 2006’s ‘With Love And Squalor’.

The jaunt kicks off at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles on July 1, wrapping up in Newport, KY on August 10.

The dates are:

Los Angeles, CA El Rey Theatre (July 1)
San Diego, CA The Casbah (2)
Pomona, CA Glass House (3)
Sacramento, CA The Blue Lamp (5)
San Francisco, CA The Independent (6)
Portland, OR Berbati's Pan (8)
Seattle, WA Neumo's (9)
Toronto, Ontario Wakestock Festival (27)
Philadelphia, PA Johnny Brenda's (29)
Cambridge, MA Middle East (30)
Brooklyn, NY Music Hall of Williamsburg (31)
New York, NY Bowery Ballroom (August 1)
Washington, DC Black Cat (2)
Columbus, OH The Basement (3)
Detroit, MI Magic Stick (4)
Indianapolis, IN The Music Mill (5)
Madison, WI High Noon Saloon (6)
Minneapolis, MN Varsity Theater (7)
Chicago, IL The Abbey (8)
Newport, KY Southgate House (10)


By our New York staff.
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