Joey Vannucci‘s brainchild, From Indian Lakes, is hitting the road this March to support their 2014 album, Absent Sounds. (Silent Planet, winners of Best Album in 2014 for The Night God Slept, collectively chose Absent Sounds as their Record of 2014.) V.I.P. and presale tickets are available at their website.

Absent Sounds dropped Oct. 7 from Triple Crown Records, and the single, “Sleeping Limbs,” featured a self-released music video. Tour dates below.

 

3/25 Vera Project Seattle, WA
3/26 Star Theater Portland, OR
3/27 Treefort Music Festival Boise, ID
3/28 Kilby Court Salt Lake City, UT
3/29 Marquis Theater Denver, CO
3/31 Amsterdam Bar & Hall St. Paul, MN
4/1 The Frequency Madison, WI
4/2 Beat Kitchen Chicago, IL
4/3 Pyramid Scheme Grand Rapids, MI
4/4 Musica Akron, OH
4/5 Smiling Buddha Toronto, ON
4/7 La Sala Rossa Montreal, QC
4/8 Brighton Music Hall Allston, MA
4/9 Knitting Factory Brooklyn, NY
4/10 The Barbary Philadelphia, PA
4/11 Stanhope House Stanhope, NJ
4/12 Jammin’ Java Vienna, VA
4/14 Local 506 Chapel Hill, NC
4/15 The High Watt Nashville, TN
4/16 Masquerade Atlanta, GA
4/17 Backbooth Orlando, FL
4/18 Epic Problem Tampa, FL
4/21 Fitzgerald’s Houston, TX
4/23 Club Dada Dallas, TX
4/24 The Spot El Paso, TX
4/25 The Works Albuquerque, NM
4/26  Nile Theatre Mesa, AZ
4/28 Troubadour Los Angeles, CA
4/29 House of Blues San Diego, CA
5/1 Constellation Room Santa Ana, CA
5/2 Slim’s San Francisco, CA
5/3 Strummers Fresno, CA

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