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Summer has arrived and we are kicking ours off with a week long tour with HalfNoise. Starting next Tuesday June 19th, you can find us at venues all up and down the east coast playing select songs from Absence as well as some new tunes from our upcoming album, The Peace of Wild Things.

Fans who purchase tickets to our run of shows with HalfNoise online will receive a free tour poster designed by our own JT Daly. The poster (as shown below) is only available through this special online deal. For more information on how to secure your poster, please visit

We have been hard at work finalizing the details for our second album titled “The Peace of Wild Things”. For those of you who have followed us over the last couple of years know that it has been a long process. The last month has proved to be very productive and we are very excited to announce a release date within the next week. Stay tuned to our website or social media sites for the latest information. We are in the process of booking a more extensive tour to promote The Peace of Wild Things and are extremely excited to see all of your beautiful faces again. Thanks for all of your support and we will see you at the Grammys!

June 19
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania // MilkBoy
June 20
Boston, Massachusetts // Great Scott
June 21
New York City // Mercury Lounge
June 22
Washington DC // The Red Palace
June 23
Asheville, North Carolina // Emerald Lounge
June 24
Nashville, Tennessee // 3rd & Lindsley
June 28
Memphis, Tennessee // Hi-Tone Cafe
June 29
Springfield, Missouri // Outland Ballroom
June 30
St. Louis, Missouri // The Firebird
July 14
Chicago, Illinois // Bottom Lounge (opening for mewithoutYou)


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