We’re excited to announce that we are on tour! (currently… cause I didn’t get this sent out before we left. whoops)

We’re touring with the Soil & the Sun again, who will also make up my backing band. We have some new music and a new record, and can’t wait to share with you!

So for those of you who we haven’t missed already, take a little gander at our list of cities, come out, and bring friends!

Jul 8, 2010 Ft Wayne, IN
Lotus Gallery

Jul 9, 2010 Cincinnati, OH
Northside Tavern

Jul 10, 2010 st Louis, MO
The Abode

Jul 12, 2010 Kansas City, KS
Alan’s House

Jul 13, 2010 Wichita, KS
The Vertical Violet

Jul 15, 2010 Lawrence, KS
Jack’s house (house show)

July 16th- Nashville TN
The Basement

Jul 17, 2010 Newnan, GA
Ecclesia

Jul 19, 2010 Orlando, FL
Status Gallery

Jul 20, 2010 Charleston, SC
sEye Level Art

Jul 22, 2010 Greensboro, NC
sGreen Bean

Jul 23, 2010 Black Mountain, NC
White Horse Black Mountain

Jul 24, 2010 Charlotte, NC
The Evening Muse

Jul 25, 2010 Burlington, NC
I.C.C.

Jul 26, 2010 Harrisonburg, VA
Clementine Cafe

Jul 27, 2010 Charlottesville, VA
Twisted Branch Tea Bazaar

Jul 28, 2010 Pittsburgh, PA
Smiling Moose

Jul 29, 2010 Hamden, CT
The Space

Jul 30, 2010 jamaica plain, MA
whitehaus

Jul 31, 2010 New York City, NY
Pianos

Aug 3rd, 2010 Philadelphia PA
Circle of Hope

Aug 11, 2010 Orebro, Sweden
Frizon Festival
Aug 20, 2010 Amsterdam, Netherlands
Xnoizz Flevo festival

Aug 21, 2010 Amsterdam,
Xnoizz Flevo Festival

Remember our new record is available at http://timbre.bandcamp.com and also in physical form at http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/Timbre

Love to you all!

~Timbre

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