Post-hardcore kids Come and Rest have announced a run of shows with More to Monroe beginning in November. The band’s second EP,¬†Blacklist, was released this year and received 3.5 stars out of 5 from HM writer Darcy Rumble. Vocalist Noel Alejandro spoke about the upcoming tour:

“So excited and privileged to get back on the road for The Blacklist Tour. We love that we get to share our music and connect with new people each night. This tour is a celebration of the songs that we have written and the opportunities it has opened for us. See you out there.”

The Georgia-based band formed in 2011, and released the Royal Blood EP in February 2013.

  • 11/6 – Nashville, TN – Rocketown
  • 11/8 – Houston, TX – Walter’s
  • 11/10 – Dallas, TX – Tomcat’s West
  • 11/12 – Tallahassee, FL – Pug’s
  • 11/13 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade (with The Ghost Inside and Texas In July)
  • 11/14 – Fayetteville, NC – Drunk Horse Pub
  • 11/15 – Boonton, NJ – Boontunes
  • 11/16 – Watertown, NY – Flashback Lounge
  • 11/18 – Westland, MI – Token Lounge
  • 11/19 – Steger, IL – Reilly’s Roadhouse
  • 11/22 – Clifton Park, NY – Upstate Concert Hall (with Ice Nine Kills, Wage War My Enemies and I The White Noise)
  • 11/25 – Greensboro, NC – Greene Street


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