10/31/2018

Revered Zine Ben is Dead Host 30th Anniversary Weekend 11/9 -11

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Beloved Women Driven Zine Ben is Dead Host 30th Anniversary Reunion Weekend November 9 to 11
Signature Event is an Old School Zine Fest and Punk Concert November 11 at Echoplex
Los Angeles, CA – October 31, 2018 – Darby Romeo and Kerin Morataya, the powerhouse punk women behind one of the ‘90s most beloved zines, Ben is Dead, are excited to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of their indie publishing juggernaut with a reunion weekend November 9-11 culminating in an old school zine fest and concert on November 11 from 2-11pm at the Echoplex, 1822 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026. Tickets for this all ages event are $48 and available here. Proceeds from ticket sales will go towards expenses for the forthcoming publication of the Best of Ben Compendium book set for release in 2019.

The zine fest and concert brings together a variety of the West Coast’s punk rock luminaries including Skatenigs, Savage Republic, Midget Handjob, Popdefect, W.A.C.O, Hepa-Titus, JFA, 11:11 (ex-Fluorescein), Poppy Jean Crawford, Pu$$y-Cow, Superbean, Glen Meadmore and the Kuntry Band, John Trubee, Leyna M. Papach (ex-Geraldine Fibbers), and a rather notable surprise guest (to be announced here on November 5). Live music begins at 2:30pm. 

Zines exhibiting from 2pm-6pm on include 8 Track Mind, Barracuda, Ben Is Dead, Caligula, Endless Party, Flipside, Genetic Disorder, Murder Can Be Fun as well as Koma Books and the Punk Museum. Old school zines that are interested in exhibiting should contactzinefest@benisdead.com.

At 2:30 the man behind AMOK Books and noted film maker Stuart Sweezy (Desolation Center, Better Living Through Circuitry) will screen his upcoming Sean DeLear doc to celebrate this seminal underground star who graced the cover of Ben is Dead’s Glamour Issue and departed this earth last year.

Throughout the Sunday event, prolific documentarian of the '90s LA scene and Ben is Dead’s signature photographer Wild Don Lewis will exhibit his photos on the Echoplex’ patio.

Weekend festivities kick off on Friday November 9 at 8:30pm at Café NELA, 1906 Cypress Ave., Cypress Park, Los Angeles, 90065 to celebrateBen is Dead publisher/editor in chief Darby Romeo’s birthday. Bands set to perform include Kid Galahad and The Eternals doing a tribute to The Saints; Pu$$y-Cow pulling out all the stops for their extended residency during the Ben Reunion Weekend; SHAVE straight outta Signal Hill busting out retro rhythms and ripping it up; and one of Ben is Dead’s fave Lookout! Records bands Surrogate Brains coming to LA and playing just for Darby’s birthday. Tickets for this 21+ event are only $5 and are available at the door of this local spot that seems to channel Al’s Bar. Party favors and cake for all!

On Saturday November 10, the UCLA Punk Collective and Library Special Collections present: The Zine Explosion... Archived! A Ben is Dead30th Anniversary Pre-party from 4 to 7pm at the UCLA Music Library, Schoenberg Music Building, 445 Charles E Young Drive East, #1102 Los Angeles, CA 90095. Before blogs, and barely at the onset of the Internet, the '90s saw the "Zine Revolution," with writers, artists and publishers recognized globally as the true purveyors of punk/alternative scenes and DIY culture. Keynote speaker Darby Romeo of Ben Is Dead, one of the largest and most popular zines of that era will bring attendees back in time to when the best computers had 40mb, the fax machine and telephone hotlines were social media, and the photocopy machine was the great liberator of a truly free press. She's joined by other old-school zinesters including Johnny Marr from Murder Can Be FunNoel Tolentino from BunnyhopLarry Harmon of Genetic DisorderJeff Foxof Barracuda, writers from FlipsideKevin Chanel of Gearhead, Chin Music, Punk Rock Confidential (and singer for the aforementioned Kid Galahad), and others telling hilarious "Zine War Stories" about what those times were really like. UCLA has one of the most comprehensive Zine Archives with many of the best on exhibit at the event. Tickets for this all ages event are FREE and include free food and refreshments. Please RSVP here.

Ben Is Dead had upwards of a thousand people in the scene contributing over a decade of publishing – many of whom went on to become famous in their fields. Those nostalgic for the time, and appreciative of what zines did to pave the way for the future of blogs, alternative press, and a fresh influx of female writers and publishers, must come and check out these events; a flashback to the diverse no-hold-barred culture that made Ben Is Dead one of the most cherished zines of the ’90s. “We’re excited to regroup for this weekend festival of sorts… and you’re all invited!”


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YOUNG FATHERS Share New Song, Fall Tour Kicks off Next Week


YOUNG FATHERS
RELEASE BRAND NEW TRACK "COCOA SUGAR,"
PART OF NEW BORDER GIRL / COCOA SUGAR SINGLE

LISTEN HERE

NORTH AMERICAN TOUR KICKS OFF NOV 9 IN LOS ANGELES

COCOA SUGAR - ACCLAIMED LATEST ALBUM OUT NOW
photo credit: Julia Noni


HEAR 'BOARDER GIRL / COCOA SUGAR'

Young Fathers - Cocoa Sugar
Young Fathers - "Cocoa Sugar"

Young Fathers - Border Girl - Single Version
Young Fathers - "Border Girl (Single Version)"


On March 9, 2018, Young Fathers (Alloysious Massaquoi, Graham 'G' Hastings and Kayus Bankole) released their third album, Cocoa Sugar via Ninja Tune. The record has become Young Fathers' biggest commercial and critical success to date, winning the prestigious Scottish Album of the Year award and featuring the singles 'LORD', 'In My View', 'Holy Ghost' and 'Toy' (which soundtracked the recent global Apple Watch ad). It was heralded by Pitchfork as "full of bravado, cynicism, and wonder in equal measure" and named one of the "Best Albums of the Year So Far..." by Entertainment Weekly, The Ringer and more.

Today, Young Fathers reveal brand new song "Cocoa Sugar," a previously unheard song from the 2017 recording sessions for the album of the same name. "Cocoa Sugar" will be released as part of an AA-side single along with a fresh David Wrench mix of Cocoa Sugar album track "Border Girl." Young Fathers' Kayus Bankole describing the new the song as: "A sweet lullaby for my cocoa sugar - my love. Stay warm, stay safe and goodbye."

Listen to 'Border Girl / Cocoa Sugar' right now HERE

Meanwhile, following sold out tours and festival appearances around the world, Young Fathers will round off 2018 with North American and UK headline tours. This run of shows will feature sould out shows in San Francisco and New York, and the band's biggest headline show to date - at London's legendary 5000 capacity O2 Academy Brixton on December 11th.

Full dates below, with further details available via http://www.young-fathers.com.

YOUNG FATHERS LIVE

11/09 Los Angeles, CA - The Fonda Theatre
11/10 San Francisco, CA - The Independent (SOLD OUT)
11/11 San Francisco, CA - The Independent (SOLD OUT)
11/14 Portland, OR - Wonder Ballroom
11/16 Seattle, WA - The Showbox
11/17 Vancouver, BC - Venue
11/19 Chicago, IL - Bottom Lounge
11/20 Brooklyn, NY - Elsewhere (SOLD OUT)
11/21 Brooklyn, NY - Elsewhere (SOLD OUT)
11/30 Glasgow, UK - O2 Academy  (SOLD OUT)
12/01 Leeds, UK - Stylus  (SOLD OUT)
12/02 Manchester, UK - Albert Hall
12/04 Newcastle, UK - Boiler Shop
12/05 Bristol, UK - O2 Academy
12/11 London, UK - O2 Academy Brixton

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The Pains of Being Pure at Heart share cover of Tom Petty's "Free Fallin'"

THE PAINS OF BEING PURE AT HEART SHARE COVER OF TOM PETTY'S "FREE FALLIN'"

FULL ALBUM COVER OF FULL MOON FEVER AVAILABLE NOW

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Photo credit: Ebru Yildiz

The Pains of Being Pure at Heart have shared their version of the Tom Petty classic "Free Fallin'," off their full album cover of Full Moon FeverBillboard, who premiered the track and interviewed Pains frontman Kip Berman, write, "Pains' take on 'Free Fallin'' sounds absolutely huge. Berman and company lean so far in to the this cavernous song that they sound as though they might never return. The acoustic guitar strums ring out from coast-to-coast, and Pains' proclivity for echo and sparkle let Petty's misty-eyed ballad tap into new levels of beauty."


The Pains of Being Pure at Heart's Full Moon Fever is available now exclusively on vinyl via Turntable Kitchen's SOUNDS DELICIOUS subscription series. It is limited to 1000 copies and features the below original artwork by Teresa Grasseschi. The record also features the previously released track "Runnin' Down a Dream," which Rolling Stone wrote, "finds the group crafting an aerodynamic atmosphere out of the song's indelible lead guitar riff, pulsing bass line and breakneck drum beat." Order the record HERE.

Kip Berman on Full Moon Fever:

I grew up loving Tom Petty - thanks to my step dad who played him nearly constantly and scoffed at the "grunge" era of bands that didn't share Petty's classicist reverence for the history of rock music. I've long identified with Petty's celebration of songwriting and his general disregard for most everything else. Yet, he was often seen as a second fiddle to Dylan, Neil Young, Springsteen, Stevie Nicks, The Byrds, George Harrison, and more. But as far as I can tell, all these people (not sure about Springsteen) actually revered Petty - and genuinely liked his company. His greatness was that he didn't seem to be too bothered if people thought he was great or not.  What mattered to him was being part of a lineage of timeless rock songwriting. 

Is it cheesy to say "Tom Petty was all about the music, man?" Maybe. But he wrote so many iconic songs - and is remembered for little else - that it seems apt. There are no lurid Tom Petty scandals, car crashes, stints in jail, public meltdowns or things he had to walk back and make us cringe today (well, maybe "Zombie Zoo"). His legacy is just DECADES of iconic songs. He was an unconventional conventional rock star - his charisma subtle, his voice nasal but effective, and his appearance was - at best - a bit avian. He was probably the least technically gifted performer to ever headline the Super Bowl Halftime show. He wasn't a dancer, guitar virtuoso, crooner or sex symbol - he just got there by wring a lot of great songs that everyone loved. 

Tom Petty's first solo album, Full Moon Fever (which featured almost all of his actual band members, cameos from Roy Orbison, George Harrison, and Del Shannon, and was produced by ELO's Jeff Lynne), coincided with an era that was especially inspiring to my own music in The Pains of Being Pure at Heart. Released in 1989, it was weirdly aligned with a lot of the ideas that attracted me to bands like The Pastels, Teenage Fanclub, R.E.M., The Replacements, or Jesus and Mary Chain - jangling guitars, sweet harmonies, classic songwriting (verse, chorus, verse chorus, bridge, chorus chorus) and lyrics that captured a very specific point of view. But unlike those bands, Petty was an arena act, at home and enabled by large record labels and big budget videos, and (by this era at least) had about zero reputation as "cool." So I thought it would be a great tribute to one of my heroes to re-imagine his music in the context of my own - to wonder what it would be like if the songs he wrote sounded a bit more like the artists that were working in the underground at the time he was making this iconic record. 

 

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Watch Low's new video for "Always Trying To Work it Out" from Double Negative

Watch Low’s new video for “Always Trying to Work It Out” from their critically acclaimed new album 
Double Negative


YouTube: https://youtu.be/1m31A4ZGss0

 
Click image to play
North American dates resume on November 2nd 
 
Hot on the heels of the release of their critically acclaimed album, Double Negative, Low have shared a new video for their song “Always Trying to Work It Out.” The visual was co-directed by longtime friend and video collaborator Phil Harder. The band's Alan Sparhawk had this to say about the video, "We present our slightly Halloween-themed video for ‘Always Trying to Work It Out.’ In which… friends and family star in a stroll through the grocery store; familiar fragments from memory appear; masks are filtering light. Thank you National Sawdust, light tech Shane Donohue, and the Food Co-op in Duluth. It's dedicated to our city of Duluth.”[watch here]

Low’s North American 2018/19 international headlining tour in support of Double Negative resumes November 2nd in St. Paul at The Fitzgerald Theatre, and runs through November 17th in Madison at High Noon Saloon, with 2019 dates to follow.

2018 Tour Dates
Nov. 02 - St. Paul, MN - The Fitzgerald Theatre
Nov. 05 - Detroit, MI - El Club
Nov. 06 - Toronto, ON - Great Hall
Nov. 08 - Montreal, QC - La Sala Rosa
Nov. 09 - Boston, MA - Brighton Music Hall
Nov. 10 - Philadelphia, PA - Underground Arts
Nov. 12 - Washington, DCU Street Music Hall
Nov. 13 - Pittsburgh, PA - The Funhouse
Nov. 14 - Cleveland, OH - Grog Shop
Nov. 15 - Grand Rapids, MI - Pyramid Scheme
Nov. 16 - Chicago, IL - Rockefeller Chapel
Nov. 17 - Madison, WI - High Noon Saloon

2019 Tour Dates
Jan. 29 - Glasgow, UK - Tramway
Jan. 30 - Birmingham, UK - Birmingham Town Hall
Jan. 31 - Brighton, UK - St. George’s Church Brighton
Feb. 01 - London, UK - Barbican
Feb. 02 - Kortrijk, BE - De Kreun
Feb. 04 - Groningen, NL - Vera
Feb. 05 - Erlangen, DE - E-Werk (Erlangen)
Feb. 06 - Cologne, DE - Kulturkirche Köln
Feb. 07 - Frankfurt, DE - Sankt Peter
Feb. 08 - Hamburg, DE - Uebel & Gefährlich
Feb. 09 - Aarhus, DK - Voxhall
Feb. 11 - København, DK - The Koncerthuset - Studie 2
Feb. 12 - Gothenburg, SE - Pustervik
Feb. 13 - Oslo - Norway - Parkteatretjo
Feb. 14 - Stockholm, SE - Kagelbanan (Small Room)
Mar. 08 - Denver, CO - Globe Hall
Mar. 09 - Santa Fe, NM - Meow Wolf
Mar. 11 -  Phoenix, AZ - Valley Bar
Mar. 12 - Tustin, CA - Marty’s On Newport
Mar. 13 - Tijuana, MX - Moustache
Mar. 15 - Los Angeles, CA - Lodge Room
Mar. 16 - San Francisco, CA - Great American Music Hall
Mar. 18 - Portland, OR - Star Theater
Mar. 19 - Vancouver, BC - Imperial
Mar. 20 - Seattle, WA - Neumos
Mar. 23 - Provo, UT -  Velour Live Music Gallery           

Low’s Double Negative is available now worldwide from Sub Pop

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Mick Harvey & Christopher Richard Barker Share "Further Down The Line"; New Album Released November 9

MICK HARVEY & CHRISTOPHER RICHARD BARKER

SHARE “FURTHER DOWN THE LINE”

OFF THE NEW ALBUM
THE FALL AND RISE OF EDGAR BOURCHIER
AND THE HORRORS OF WAR

RELEASED NOVEMBER 9
MICK HARVEY & CHRISTOPHER RICHARD BARKER have released the opening track from their collaboration, The Fall and Rise of Edgar Bourchier and the Horrors of War. The album is available November 9 on vinyl, CD and digital formats. Listen to “Further Down The Line” here.

Pre-order The Fall and Rise of Edgar Bourchier and the Horrors of War here.

Adapted from the poem “The Haunted Yellow Hours,” “Further Down The Line” describes how a soldier attempts to comfort his dead colleagues, describing how they stare through his “weeping eyes, further down the line…” The song is the very first one that Mick Harvey constructed at the outset of his collaboration with the author Christopher Richard Barker.

The album examines the work of a fictitious World War I poet, Edgar Bourchier, through his poetry as put to music in a concept album. The Fall and Rise of Edgar Bourchier and the Horrors of War coincides with the 100th anniversary of the Armistice on November 11 and Veterans Day in the United States.

In addition to Mick Harvey and Christopher Richard Barker, the album features contributions from J.P. Shilo, a long-time collaborator of Harvey’s, as well as Jade Imagine, Simon Breed and Alain Johannes as guest vocalists.

The album was recorded primarily in Melbourne, Australia with some additional vocal recordings in the UK and Los Angeles.
 
MICK HARVEY: WEBSITE | FACEBOOK | SPOTIFY | APPLE MUSIC
 

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NEW WAVE: DARE TO BE DIFFERENT DOCUMENTARY

NEW WAVE: DARE TO BE DIFFERENT 
Coming to DVD and Digital Formats on December 7th

The Story of the Most Influential Radio Station in America

Featuring Joan Jett, Debbie Harry, Billy Idol, Nick Rhodes, Denis McNamara, Jim Kerr, Vince Clarke, Curt Smith, Fred Schneider, Thomas Dolby, Midge Ure, Gary "Baba Booey" Dell' Abate, Seymour Stein, Paul McGuinness, Dave Wakeling, Annabella Lwin, Miles Copeland, Joel Peresman, Larry Dunn, Donna Donna, Max Leinwand, "Malibu Sue" McCann, Michael Pagnotta and Steve Thompson
In August, 1982, a small group of radio visionaries at WLIR Long Island knew they couldn't compete with the mega radio stations in New York City. With one brave decision, they changed the sound of radio forever. Program Director Denis McNamara, the crew at the station and the biggest artists of the era tell the story of how they battled the FCC, the record labels, mega-radio and all the conventional rules to create a musical movement that brought the New Wave to America - including bands like U2, Talking Heads, Depeche Mode and Blondie.

Official Trailerhttps://youtu.be/qq2PYkNsnxE

ABOUT THE FILMMAKER
Ellen Goldfarb is the Creator, Director and Producer of New Wave: Dare To Be Different. Ellen grew up listening to radio station WLIR, which greatly impacted her life. She has produced and directed many projects including 2 concerts, but this is her first feature film. She studied in New York and took screenwriting classes through UCLA's extension program.
Ellen is a major music buff and grew up listening to radio station WLIR. She experienced the format change in 1982 to "New Music" and was an avid listener and fan of the station. After the format change, like many in the greater New York area, Ellen remembers New Music WLIR becoming a central part of her life. Ellen created Dare To Be Different to document the history and energy of the amazing WLIR at its heyday in the 1980's when it introduced New York and America to New Music and launched groups like U2, The Police and many others to greatness.
Ellen started Jomyra Productions to house New Wave: Dare To Be Different and other entertainment projects.
Ellen is a born producer and director who is excellent at organizing, networking, creating and getting the job done. She is currently residing in Los Angeles with her husband and 2 children. Ellen comes from a family of entertainment industry folk.

ABOUT THE PRODUCER
Roger Senders is producer of New Wave: Dare To Be Different.

In addition to production, logistical and financial oversight for the documentary, Senders has been in private legal practice since 2003 in Culver City, California, where he represents entertainment clients and provides production legal services.

He previously worked for the CBS Television Network, overseeing daytime and children's programming. Before that, Senders spent five years working as a Directors Guild of America apprentice and as a second assistant director.

Senders grew up on Mercer Island, a suburb of Seattle. He earned bachelor's and master's degrees at the University of Oregon. While there, he worked as an extra in the classic, "National Lampoon's Animal House," playing a Delta House pledge. He earned his Juris Doctor degree from the Seattle University School of Law.
PRESS QUOTES:


"A tremendously entertaining look inside the mind of a remarkable artist." An enjoyable look at a tremendously influential broadcasting underdog."
- John De Fore, The Hollywood Reporter
"Chronicles rise, fall of the coolest 80's radio station!"
- Glenn Gamboa, Newsday
"Shines a light on influential Long Island radio station during the '80s"
- Ron Hart, Billboard
"The station's broadcasting license had been under threat since a 1972 dispute and the FCC finally revoked it in 1987, ironically, the same year they won the Alternative Station Of The Year Award from radio trade publication the Gavin Report."
- Benjamin Smith, Decider
"Mainstream American music wasn't breaking new bounds, it wasn't saying anything dangerous... WLIR fueled something loud, smelly, and nasty."
- Billy Idol

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Wolfmother @ Observatory 10/30









All photos taken in Santa Ana CA by Bradley Dupray


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10/30/2018

{Sharkmuffin} EURO TOUR DATES ANNOUNCEMENT

EURO TOUR DATE ANNOUNCEMENT

TOP Sharkmuffin MOMENTS OF 2018

**** OUR FIRST PRESSING OF TSUKI SOLD OUT & WE CELEBRATED A REISSUE OF IT ON CD & CASSETTE WITH TWO NEW SONGS + A VIDEO FOR SPACE GLOW

*** HAD AN AMAZING RETURN TOUR IN THE U.K. (we miss you!!)

** SHARED BILLS WITH SOME OF OUR FAV ARTISTS LIKE A ERYKAH BADU, PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS & HINDS <3 br="" nbsp="">
* ONE OF OUR SONGS WAS FEATURED ON SHOWTIMES' SHAMELESS

Huge thanx to everyone who supported us this year (we love youuu) and we are so excited to make our first BIG 2019 announcement::
We're going to ITALY, FRANCE & SWITZERLAND for the first time ever!!
DATES BELOW ...

More info HERE
poster by Liz Emirzian
tour by YUMMY TRUFFLES COLLECTIVE

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SUNFLOWER BEAN Announce New EP + Interpol Tour Dates, Share New Song

ANNOUNCE NEW EP
SUPPORT TOUR WITH INTERPOL

Listen to “Come For Me” now via Rolling Stone

King of the Dudes out January 25th via
Mom + Pop
(Credit: Andy DeLuca)

New York trio Sunflower Bean released their critically acclaimed sophomore albumTwentytwo in Blue earlier this year, and today they announce a new EP entitled King Of The Dudes. The EP’s first single “Come For Me” is out now, premiered via BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac as “Hottest Record In The World” and a conversation withRolling Stone. “This song was inspired by inner strength, power, and sexual freedom,” explain Sunflower Bean. “In 2018 there is no time to waste and no time for shame. This song is a declaration of that. Do you really want to come for me? Do you really want to waste my time? The song is a dare, a threat, and a beckoning.” Read the interview and listen to the powerful song HERE. Pre-order King of the Dudes, produced by Justin Raisen (Sky Ferreira, Charli XCX, Angel Olsen) and out January 25th, 2019via Mom + PopHERE. Pre-save the album HERE.

Sunflower Bean also reveal today that they will open for Interpol throughout the U.S. in early 2019. See below to find a show near you, and get your tickets HERE.

Sunflower Bean began recording King of the Dudes this past summer in Los Angeles following the release of Twentytwo in Blue earlier this year. The band explain, “This EP does not give a fuck. It’s reactionary, and a sharpened response to our times. Death, birth, aggression, addiction, and power. Twentytwo In Blue allowed us to find our strength and on King Of The Dudes we use it, no holds barred.”

Tour dates:
11/11/18 – Hong Kong, China @ Clockenflap Festival
11/12/18 – Osaka, Japan @ Shangrila Festival
11/13/18 – Toyko, Japan @ Space Odd
11/17/18 – Bangkok, Thailand @ Live Park Rama 9
11/19/18 – Cardiff, Wales @ The Globe
11/20/18 – Leeds, England @ The Church
11/21/18 – Brighton, England @ The Old Market
11/22/18 – London, England @ Hackney Arts Centre
11/23/18 – Leicester, England @ Dryden Street Social
11/25/18 – Oxford, England @ The Bullingdon
11/26/18 – Glasgow, Scotland @ The Art School
11/27/18 – Manchester, England @ Academy
11/28/18 – Portsmouth, England @ Wedgewood Rooms
11/29/18 – Bristol, England @ SWX
11/30/18 – Cambridge, England @ The Junction
12/01/18 – Birmingham, England @ Castle & Falcon
12/07/18 – Brooklyn, NYC @ Warsaw
01/31/19- Vancouver, BC @ Queen Elizabeth Theater #
02/01/19 - Portland, OR @ Keller Auditorium #
02/02/19 - Seattle, WA @ Moore Theater #
02/05/19 - Minneapolis, MN @ Palace Theater #
02/07/19 - Chicago, IL @ Chicago Theater #
02/08/19 - Milwaukee, WI @ Pabst Theater #
02/09/19 - St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant #
02/11/19 - Nashville, TN @ Marathon Music Works #
02/14/19 - Raleigh, NC @ The Ritz #
02/15/19 - Washington D.C. @ The Anthem #
# = with Interpol

Artwork:
Tracklisting:
  1. King Of The Dudes
  2. Come For Me
  3. Fear City
  4. The Big One


Praise for Sunflower Bean + Twentytwo in Blue:

“Twentytwo in Blue offers a warm embrace to anyone making their way through life’s uncertainties”
-Billboard

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