L.A. Witch plays Brooklyn April 25th at the Knitting Factory, in support of their upcoming debut album on Suicide Squeeze!

L.A. WITCH recently signed to Suicide Squeeze Records for the release of their debut album and are previewing those new songs on a full North American tour!

Fans in Brooklyn and New York, NY can see them play live on two nights next week:
April 25th at the Knitting Factory
April 26th at Berlin

Hear "Ain’t Comin’ Home" that was recorded live during their performance at Levitation Fest in 2015 and premiered recently on Bust:


04.21.17 – Detroit, MI @ UFO Factory
04.22.17 – London, ON @ Call the Office
04.23.17 – Montreal, QB @ L’Esco
04.25.17 – Brooklyn, NY @ Knitting Factory
04.26.17 – New York, NY @ Berlin

05.01.17 – Las Vegas, NV @ Beauty Bar
05.02.17 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Vague Space
05.03.17 – Denver, CO @ Hi Dive
05.04.17 – Albuquerque, NM @ Sister Bar
05.05.17 – Norman, OK @ Opolis
05.06.17 – Austin, TX @ Levitation Presents at Hotel Vegas
05.07.17 – Dallas, TX @ Transit Bike Company
05.09.17 – Indianapolis, IN @ Pioneer
05.10.17 – Chicago, IL @ Schubas
05.11.17 – Iowa City, IA @ Gabe’s
05.12.17 – Milwaukee, WI @ Milwaukee Psych Fest
05.13.17 – Louisville, KY @ Zanzabar
05.14.17 – Springfield, IL @ Alter Fest
05.16.17 – Amarillo, TX @ Golden Light
05.17.17 – Taos, NM @ Mesa Brewing
05.18.17 – Phoenix, AZ @ Valley Bar
05.19.17 – San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar

06.02.17 – Nelsonville, OH @ Nelsonville Fest
06.24.17 – Pomona, CA @ Glass House
It’s easy to forget that just a few decades ago, the only viable means for penetrating the golden glamour of Los Angeles was via the dusty trail of Route 66. And just as the arteries of the interstate latched onto the thumping heart of California, so too came the amplified sounds of a new restless generation. There was acid on the streets and revolution in the air, but there were also Hell’s Angels in the alleys and Manson’s family on the desert periphery. It was an age of innocence, beauty, and opportunity, with an underbelly of lawlessness and depravity. And it had a soundtrack.
It’s impossible to listen to L.A. Witch and not hear echoes of that time. The sound of dusty neon and the first dim-lit bars of Sunset ring out with every reverb-drenched note. The juxtaposition of Hollywood allure and Skid Row desperation throbs in every three-chord riff. And the perilous wager of temptation lies in every sultry vocal melody. Yes, L.A. is the land of sunshine, but it also harbors a certain kind of dangerous magic. And no one seems to understand that more clearly than the three women of L.A. Witch. Whether they’re conjuring the downtrodden cowpunk of The Gun Club, the seedy metropolitan balladry of Velvet Underground, or the beefed-up blues of Black Sabbath, L.A. Witch remind us of that exhilarating revelation that a city can elevate you just as quickly as it can grind you into the dirt.
Given the beguiling nature of their music, it’s hardly surprising that L.A. Witch’s recent Brian 7” on Greenway Records is nearly out-of-print. While their vinyl offerings are all on their way to becoming collectors items, some solace can be found in knowing that a reworked version of 'Brian' will appear on their debut album later in 2017 courtesy of their new label home at Suicide Squeeze Records.