Parenthetical Girls will tour the US this Spring (including a stop at SXSW) in support of their forthcoming album, Privilege, which is out Feb. 19 via Marriage Records and the band's own Slender Means Society label. See full tour dates below
Unconventional is probably the most succinct way of putting it. Obsessive, eccentric, indulgent: they're all equally fair. If Parenthetical Girls have learned anything over the course of their bewilderingly unorthodox discography, it's that they are-for richer or for poorer-a necessarily singular pop group. It's a peculiarity that they've learned to embrace-a single-minded conviction that pours itself over every corner of their latest album, Privilege.
Parenthetical Girls US Tour:
03/06 San Francisco, CA - TBA
03/07 Berkeley, CA - Starry Plough
03/08 Los Angeles, CA - The Smell
03/09 Phoenix, AZ - Trunk Space
03/10 Albuquerque, NM - Low Spirits
03/12 San Antonio, TX - Korova
03/13 - 03/16 Austin, TX - SXSW
03/17 Dallas, TX - Spillover Music Festival
03/19 Birmingham AL - Bottletree
03/20 Atlanta, GA - The Earl
03/21 Chapel Hill, NC - Local 506
03/22 Washington, DC - TBA
03/23 Philadelphia, PA - PhilaMOCA
03/24 Hamden, CT - Outer Space
03/25 Brooklyn, NY - Glasslands
03/26 NYC - Bowery Electric
03/27 Montreal, QB - Divan Orange
03/28 Toronto, ON - Double Double Land
03/29 Ann Arbor, MI - Arbor Vitae
03/30 Chicago, IL - Empty Bottle
03/31 Minneapolis, MN - TBA
04/02 Denver, CO - Hi Dive
04/03 Salt Lake City, UT - Kilby Court
04/04 Boise, ID - Flying M
04/07 Seattle, WA - Chop Suey
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