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Honeyblood announce 2015 tour

See Honeyblood on tour.

Scottish duo Honeyblood have today announced some exciting North American tour news for 2015. The band are thrilled to be supporting indie legends Belle and Sebastian as part of their United States tour and will play several shows this Spring. Before those dates kick off though Honeyblood will be hitting the states in February with London duo 2:54, who have just released their new LP on Bella Union. The first show will be February 27 at Rough Trade in Brooklyn. A full list of dates can be found below.

It’s been a massive year for Honeyblood with their acclaimed debut self-titled album released last Summer, receiving great reviews from critics across the board including the New York Times who noted “Honeyblood is a bracing two piece… that specializes in a refreshing contrast of jangle and derision. They pair the melancholy guitars of early 90s Shoegaze with Surf-Rock tempo – the result is energetic, peppy hostility.” Pitchfork said, “rolling drums providing the backbone for toothache-inducing guitars and one hell of a central hook.”

The duo also has new releases in the works for 2015. Watch this space for more details.


Tour Dates

02.27.15 – Rough Trade – Brooklyn, NY *
02.28.15 – DC9 – Washington, DC *
03.01.15 – Johnny Brenda’s – Philadelphia, PA *
03.03.15 – The Silver Dollar Room – Toronto, ON *
03.04.15 – UFO Factory – Detroit, MI *
03.05.15 – Empty Bottle – Chicago, IL *
03.06.15 – 7th Street Entry – Minneapolis, MN *
03.08.15 – Barboza, Seattle, WA *
03.09.15 – Mississippi Studios – Portland, WA *
03.11.15 – The Rickshaw Stop – San Francisco, CA *
03.12.15 – The Echo – Los Angeles, CA *
03.13.15 – The Hideout, San Diego, CA *
03.30.15 – House of Blues – Cambridge, MA ^
04.01.15 – Massey Hall – Toronto, ON ^
04.02.15 – Royal Oak Music Theatre – Royal Oak, MI ^
04.03.15 – Riviera – Chicago, IL ^
04.04.15 – Overture Hall – Madison, WI ^

  • w/ 2:54
    ^ w/ Belle and Sebastian


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