Pale Waves will return to North America in November for their debut headline tour.
Five-time GRAMMY® Award-winning group, The Blind Boys of Alabama, continue their fall US tour this week. The "gospel titans" (Rolling Stone) will join Crescent City legends Irma Thomas and The Preservation Hall Legacy Quintet on "The Heart and Soul Queen of New Orleans Tour" in support of their new Amazon Original album, Almost Home, available now on BBOA Records only through Amazon Music. To purchase tickets, visit www.blindboys.com/tour-dates.
After wrapping up a busy summer on the Vans Warped Tour and a massive fall tour with Sleeping With Sirens, Southern California's The White Noise has announced a full U.S. tour supporting Anti-Flag and Stray From The Path, with additional support from Sharptooth. The Silence = Violence Tour kicks off on January 16, 2018, in Detroit, MI, and concludes on February 11 in New York City. Tickets go on sale tomorrow, October 20, at 10am local time. Tickets and more info available at thewhitenoiseband.com.
With a nod to R. Kelly's hit single "You Remind Me of Something," Sammie unveils the seductive visual for his single "Too Long." Directed by Keoni Marcelo, the video follows the R&B crooner on a steamy encounter with the leading lady in the club. "Too Long" serves as the second single off his third album and first full-length independent offering, Coming of Age [EMPIRE] available on all DSPs now.
Maybird kicked off a run of Fall tour dates with label-mates The Babe Rainbow this month that including a sold-out show at Brooklyn's Baby's All Right and a performance at the Desert Daze wrap party last night at Pappy & Harriet's. Tonight, Maybird play LA's Echoplex. Maybird will also support Portugal. The Man for a string of dates later this month, and today, they announce additional dates next month with fellow Rochester band Joywave and their return to Brooklyn December 13 at Rough Trade. A full rundown can be found below.