EISLEY will launch a six-week U.S. headlining tour in late April, supporting their third album, THE VALLEY (Equal Vision Records). The TURNING TIDES TOUR kicks off April 26 in Atlanta, and the run of club dates will also include a set at The Bamboozle Festival in East Rutherford, New Jersey, on May 1 and a headlining slot at Bled Fest in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on May 28. See below for a complete list of dates.

THE VALLEY debuts this week at #75 on the Billboard 200 Current Albums chart and also hit #5 on Amazon MP3’s Top 10 Album Chart for the week and #3 on Amazon’s New Albums chart.

Reviews of the album have been universally positive. The Big Takeover has already declared it “one of the best albums of 2011,” while Creative Loafing Tampa said, “Eisley comes off as more orchestrated, more mature, and more inspiring than ever.” Under The Radar said that “the tunes are imminently enjoyable and the interplay among the DuPrees’ voices is always thrilling.” The Boston Globe wrote, “In almost every Eisley song, there’s something — a turn of phrase or a curl of the melody or a shift of the chords — that doesn’t go quite where you’d expect it to. [There’s a] sense of shining a light into corners to which most acts don’t bother paying attention.” And AbsolutePunk.net said, “Even when I write that ‘The Valley’ is the band’s best album yet, it still feels like a huge understatement – like I’m not giving the album enough credit. Just believe this: ‘The Valley’ is an album that will stick with you.”


April 26 — Atlanta, GA — Vinyl
April 27 — Carrboro, NC — Cats Cradle
April 28 — Vienna, VA — Jammin’ Java
April 29 — Charlottesville, VA — The Southern
May 1 — East Rutherford, NJ — The Bamboozle Festival
May 2 — Boston, MA — Brighton Music Hall
May 3 — Wilmington, DE — World Cafe Live
May 6 — Kansas City, MO — Beaumont Club
May 10 — Tucson, AZ — Club Congress
May 11 — Phoenix, AZ — Martini Ranch
May 12 — San Diego, CA — Delta Room @ House of Blues
May 15 — Los Angeles, CA — Troubadour
May 16 — San Francisco, CA — Slim’s
May 17 — Santa Cruz, CA — Rio Theatre
May 19 — Seattle, WA — Neumos
May 20 — Portland, OR — Wonder Ballroom
May 21 — Boise, ID — The Venue
May 24 — Minneapolis, MN — Varsity Theater
May 25 — Milwaukee, WI — The Rave Bar
May 26 — Chicago, IL — The Bottom Lounge
May 27 — Cleveland, OH — Grog Shop
May 28 — Grand Rapids, MI — Bled Fest @ Hartland PAC
May 30 — Nashville, TN — 12th & Porter
May 31 — Birmingham, AL — WorkPlay Theatre
June 1 — New Orleans, LA — The Parish @ HOB
June 3 — Houston, TX — Warehouse Live Studio
June 4 — Dallas, TX — Granada Theater

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