Ski Lodge, fresh off a successful run at the CMJ Music Marathon, has announced a slew of tour dates with the likes of Gringo Star, Brazos, Crocodiles and Au Revoir Simone. The New York based quartet is touring in support of their delectable debut album, Big Heart, available now from Dovecote Records.
The band has also shared a homemade video for "Looking For A Change," chronicling their adventures on the road with Chad Valley earlier this year.
Ski Lodge are not to be missed on the following dates:
11/13 - Boston, MA - Church #
11/14 - Providence, RI - Fete Lounge #
11/15 - Brooklyn, NY - Cameo Gallery #
11/16 - New York, NY - Pianos #
11/17 - Brooklyn, NY - "Kidrockers" at Brooklyn Bowl (11am w/ Au Revoir Simone)
11/17 - Philadelphia, PA - Kung Fu Necktie #
11/20 - New Haven, CT - BAR #
11/21 - Washington DC - Black Cat #
11/25 - Albany, NY - Valentine's Music Hall (90.9FM WCDB Fall Show w/ Crocodiles)
12/05 - Bloomington, IN - The Bishop ^
12/06 - Chicago, IL - The Hideout ^
12/07 - Cincinnati, OH - MOTR Pub ^
12/08 - Nashville, TN - The End ^
12/10 - Dallas, TX - Three Links ^
12/11 - Austin, TX - Holy Mountain ^
12/12 - New Orleans, LA - The Circle Bar ^
12/13 - Atlanta, GA - 529 ^
12/14 - Chapel Hill, NC - Local 506 ^
12/15 - Washington D.C. - DC9 ^
12/16 - Philadelphia, PA - The Boot & Saddle ^
12/17 - New York, NY - Mercury Lounge ^
# w/ Gringo Star
^ w/ Brazos
Big Heart Track Listing
1. Anything To Hurt You
3. Looking For A Change
4. Big heart
5. You Can't Just Stop Being Cruel
6. Dragging Me To Hell
7. I Always Thought
8. Does It Bring You Down
9. Just To Be Like You
10. Down On This Southern Tip
11. I Can't Tell
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