Cincinnati, Ohio’s Pomegranates are set to release their third full-length studio album – One Of Us – on October 26th on Afternoon Records.  The new album is their first for Afternoon Records and was co-produced by the band and TJ Lipple of Aloha (MGMT, Headlights, Minus Story), who also mixed and mastered the record.  Pomegranates will kick off a US tour on September 15th and the three month long trek which starts off with Colour Revolt, will include a performance at this year’s CMJ Music Marathon & Film Festival.

Pomegranates are Joey Cook (vocals, guitars, keyboards), Isaac Karns (vocals, guitars, keyboards), Jacob Merritt (drums) and Dan Lyon (guitars).  They will hit the road forever in support of this amazing new release.

 

 Pomegranates Upcoming Tour Dates with Colour Revolt:
9/15: Cleveland, OH – Case Western Reserve University
9/16: Grand Rapids, MI – Calvin College
9/17: Chicago, IL –  Schubas
9/18:  Madison, WI – University of Wisconsin
9/21:  Minneapolis, MN -7th Street Entry
9/22:  Iowa City, IA –  Blue Moose Lodge
9/23: St. Louis, MO – Firebird

 Pomegranates Upcoming Tour Dates:

10/6: Macon, GA – The 567

10/7: Atlanta, GA – Star Bar

10/8: Charleston, SC – Tin Roof

10/9: West Columbia, SC – New Brookland Tavern

10/10: Charlotte, NC – The Milestone

10/11 – Chapel Hill, NC – Local 506

10/12: Washington, DC – Black Cat

10/14: Philadelphia, PA – The M Room

10/15: New Haven, CT – Lily Pad

10/16: Portland, ME – Empire

10/17: Danbury, CT – Cousin Larry’s

10/18: Allston, MA – Great Scott

10/20: Pittsburgh, PA – Garfield Artworks

10/21:  New York, NY – CMJ

10/22:  New York, NY – The Rock Shop

10/23: The Lemon Grove – Youngstown, OH

 

Pomegranates Upcoming Tour Dates with Oh No Oh My:

11/1: Chicago, IL – The Empty Bottle

11/2: Madison, WI – The Frequency

11/4: Minneapolis, MN – University of Minnesota

11/5: Lincoln, NE – Zoo Bar

11/6: Lawrence, KS – Replay Lounge

11/7: Denver, CO – Hi-Dive

11/8: Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court

11/9: Missoula, MT – Badlander

11/10: Spokane, WA – Empryean Coffee

11/11: Seattle, WA – Sunset Tavern

11/12: Portland, OR – Mississippi Studios

11/14: Santa Cruz, CA – The Crepe Place

11/15: San Francisco, CA – Rickshaw Stop

11/16: Los Angeles, CA – Bootleg Theater

11/17: San Diego, CA – The Cabash

11/18: Phoenix, AZ – Rythem Room

11/19: El Paso, TX – Black Market

11/20: Austin, TX – Mohawk

11/21: Denton, TX – Hailey’s

11/22: Memphis, TN – Hi-Tone

11/23: Lexington, KY – The Dame

11/24: Cincinnati, OH – Southgate House

 

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