Editor’s Note: Revisions to tour schedule have been announced. The post below reflects the newest, accurate dates.

They’re currently tracking for a new record (with no available release date, yet), but they are going out on tour. Catch them when they hit your town:

10/18 New York, NY – Tobacco Road
10/19 Jeanette, PA – Gator’s
10/20 Newport, KY – Thompson House
10/21 Cleveland, OH – Peabodys
10/22 Portage, IN – Camelot Hall
10/23 Pontiac, MI – Crofoot Ball Room (The Pike Room)
10/24 Joliet, IL – Mojoes
10/25 Barrington, IL – Penny Road Pub
10/26 St. Louis, MO – The Fubar
10/27 Springfield, MO – Outland Ballroom
10/28 Kansas City, MO – The Riot Room
10/30 Denver, CO – The Marquis Theater
10/31 Salt Lake City, UT – The Shred Shed
11/02 Sparks, NV – The Alley
11/06 Orangevale, CA – The Boardwalk
11/06 San Diego, CA – The Epicenter
11/07 Pomona, CA – The Glasshouse
11/08 Camarillo, CA – Rock City Studios
11/09 Mesa, AZ – The Nile Theater
11/11 Lubbock, TX – Jake’s Backroom
11/12 Bryan, TX – Grand Stafford Theater
11/13 Houston, TX – Walter’s
11/14 Austin, TX – Empire Control Room
11/17 Fort Worth, TX – Tom Cat’s West
11/21 Chattanooga, TN – Rhythm And Brews
11/22 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
11/24 Charlotte, NC – The Casbah at Treemont Music Hall

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