Band of Skulls rock new album, new tour – News

Band of Skulls rock new album, new tour

“pure rock ‘n’ roll”—KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic

“In this millennium, there are seldom few ‘rock bands’ creating music with a shelf-life. Band of Skulls appear to be in this game for the long haul.”—Paste

Band of Skulls will embark on an extensive North American tour this spring. The North American shows are in celebration of the acclaimed U.K. trio’s album Himalayan.

Already receiving critical acclaim, NME selected the debut single, “Asleep At The Wheel,” as one of their “20 Essential New Tracks,” praising, “Like The Black Keys at their meanest, it stomps away before propelling itself into a riff of Black Sabbath standards…”

Produced by Nick Launay (Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Arcade Fire, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds), the album was recorded during the summer of 2013 in Richmond, London at State of the Ark studios.

The new album follows 2012’s Sweet Sour, which debuted at #14 on the U.K. album chart and received widespread acclaim—NME praised, “Proficient, precision-executed blues-rock,” while Consequence of Sound praised, “sizzles with muscle-driven, sludgy honest-to-goodness rock.” In the years since, the band has toured alongside Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Black Keys, The Dead Weather, Queens of the Stone Age and Muse and sold-out two headlining shows at London’s The Roundhouse and Brixton Academy. 


April 24                                                      Toronto, ON                               Phoenix Concert Theatre
April 25                                                     Montreal, QC                                              Corona Theatre
April 26                                                   Philadelphia, PA                                            Union Transfer
April 28                                                   Washington, DC                                                    9:30 Club
April 29                                                      Boston, MA                                                House of Blues
May 1                                                        Pittsburgh, PA                                     Mr. Small’s Theatre
May 3                                                          Tampa, FL                               Big Guava Music Festival
May 4                                                     Ft. Lauderdale, FL                                                Revolution
May 6                                                         Nashville, TN                                        Cannery Ballroom
May 7                                                         Carrboro, NC                                                 Cat’s Cradle
May 9                                                          Atlanta, GA                                    Shaky Knees Festival
May 12                                                         Austin, TX                                                      Emo’s East
May 13                                                        Houston, TX                                          Warehouse Live
May 14                                                         Dallas, TX                                            Granada Theater
May 16                                                     Englewood, CO                                          Gothic Theatre
May 17                                                   Salt Lake City, UT                                          In The Venue
May 19                                                      San Diego, CA                                         House of Blues
May 20                                                      Santa Ana, CA                                 The Observatory OC
May 22                                                   San Francisco, CA                           The Regency Ballroom
May 24                                                        George, WA                                      Sasquatch! Festival
May 27                                                       Portland, OR                                       Wonder Ballroom 
May 28                                                     Vancouver, BC                               Commodore Ballroom
June 3                                                       Minneapolis, MN                                            First Avenue
June 5                                                             Chicago, IL                                                    Park West
June 6                                                             Detroit, MI                                        St. Andrew’s Hall
June 7                                                        Columbus, OH                                  Newport Music Hall
June 9                                                        Louisville, KY                               Headliners Music Hall
June 10                                                     Indianapolis, IN                                                The Vogue
June 11                                                       Lawrence, KS                                         Granada Theatre

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