Seabird is hitting the road this Fall to support their Troubled Days record, which will also be released on vinyl. Thanks to their Kickstarter backers, fans will be able to grab the album on vinyl for the first time. They will also be holding a free pre-tour, vinyl release show on Sept. 6 in Cincinnati at Fountain Square.

9/10 @ Eddie’s Attic – Atlanta, GA
9/11 @ Georgia State University – Atlanta, GA – Free Show
10/04 @ The Union – Naperville, IL
* 10/17 @ The Rutledge – Nashville, TN
* 10/18 @ HeBrews – Leo, IN
10/19 @ Seven Steps Up – Spring Lake, MI
* 10/21 @ The Demo – St. Louis, MO
* 10/22 @ The Maintenance Shop – Ames, IA
* 10/23 @ Czar – Kansas, MO
* 10/24 @ Vanguard Music Hall – Tulsa, OK
10/26 @ The Brickyard – Wichita, KS

* dates with Abandon Kansas + Clemency

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