DAUGHTERS: ANNOUNCE NORTH AMERICAN FALL TOUR

DAUGHTERS ANNOUNCE NORTH AMERICAN FALL TOUR

FALL TOUR FOLLOWS TWO SOLD OUT NORTH AMERICAN OUTINGS IN SUPPORT OF YOU WON’T GET WHAT YOU WANT

“Perhaps it’s the catharsis that goes into playing these songs that creates the portal of shared experience between performer and audience — occasionally lost during larger shows like this one, where the band seem like icons on a pedestal. Instead, Daughters let the crowd experience the visceral release of their music on a personable level.” – Consequence of Sound

 
 

 

 
 

Aug. 13, 2019, Providence – Daughters, who stormed back on to the scene with one of the most critically-lauded albums in recent years, You Won’t Get What You Want, return to North America this Fall for a three-week tour across the continent.

The three-week trek follows two sold out North American tours for the Providence-based outfit, a nod to the band’s riveting, and intimate, live performances. Daughters have continued to rack up accolade after accolade, with music fans clamoring to take part in what has become one of the year’s most sought-after-tickets. “No one is doing this quite like they are,” said Glide Magazineabout the band’s recent Austin outing, continuing, “Daughters bring so much energy and vigor live that their older compatriots, even those still on tour, couldn’t hope to match it, and their sound is something few if any bands in the hardcore scene would dare to attempt these days.”

“This has been a wild year for us,” says Alexis Marshall. “We did not anticipate such an enthusiastic reception and the love has been nothing short of inspiring.”

Daughters are joined by HEALTH for the bulk of the tour, with support for the co-headlining offering coming from Show Me the Body. The band’s Northwest dates (Seattle, Vancouver and Portland) feature opener Lingua Ignota while Protomartyr join Daughters for the Los Angeles outing.

A limited edition (500 copies), black and white vinyl edition of You Won’t Get What You Want and an exclusive t-shirt are available as part of the tour pre-sale, available Thursday at 12 noon eastern via daughtersofficial.com. General on-sale begins this Friday at 10 am local time.

Daughters North American tour dates:

November 30 Seattle, WA Neumos *

December 1 Vancouver, BC Rickshaw Theatre *

December 2 Portland, OR Star Theater *

December 4 San Francisco, CA Filmore ^

December 5 Los Angeles, CA The Belasco &

December 6 San Diego, CA The Irenic ^

December 7 Phoenix, AZ The Pressroom ^

December 8 Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theater ^

December 10 Austin, TX Emo’s ^

December 11 New Orleans, LA One Eyed Jack’s ^

December 13 Birmingham, AL Saturn ^

December 14 Atlanta, GA The Masquerade ^

December 15 Tampa, FL The Orpheum ^

December 17 Carrboro, NC Cat’s Cradle ^

December 18 Washington, DC 9:30 Club ^

December 19 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel ^

December 20 Philadelphia, PA Union Transfer ^

December 21 Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club ^

*w/ Lingua Ignota

^w/ HEALTH, Show Me the Body

&w/ Protomartyr, Show Me the Body

 
 
Click on the image above or follow this link to watch Daughters’ Live in the K! Pit performance: https://youtu.be/yFYz9W_ErhM

 

 
 

Daughters’ full slate of tour dates:

August 13 Zurich, Switzerland Bogen F

August 14 Le Locle, Switzerland Rock Altitude Festival

August 15 Compton Martin, UK ArcTanGent

October 4 Antwerp, Belgium Trix Club

October 5 Nijmegen, Netherlands Soulcrusher Festival

October 6 Paris, France La Maroquinerie Parisienne

October 8 Clermont-ferrand, France Cooperative de Mai

October 9 Toulouse, France Le Rex de Toulouse

October 10 Barcelona, Spain AMFest

October 11 Donostia-san Sebastiánm Spain Dabadaba

October 12 Porto, Portugal Amplifest

October 13 Madrid, Spain Sala 0

October 16 Lausanne, Switzerland Le Romandie

October 18 Bologna, Italy Locomotiv Club

October 19 Vienna, Austria Arena

October 20 Bratislava, Slovakia Fuga

October 22 Berlin, Germany BI NUU

October 23 Copenhagen, Denmark Loppen

October 24 Stockholm, Sweden Slaktkyrkan

October 25 Malmo, Sweden Plan B

October 26 Aarhus, Denmark Radar

October 28 Bremen, Germany Tower Musikclub

October 29 Munster-sarmsheim, Germany Gleis 22

October 30 Lille, France L’Aéronef

October 31 London, UK Islington Assembly Hall

November 1 Liverpool, UK Arts Club

November 2 Dublin, Ireland The Grand Social

November 30 Seattle, WA Neumos *

December 1 Vancouver, BC Rickshaw Theatre *

December 2 Portland, OR Star Theater *

December 4 San Francisco, CA Filmore ^

December 5 Los Angeles, CA The Belasco &

December 6 San Diego, CA The Irenic ^

December 7 Phoenix, AZ The Pressroom ^

December 8 Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theater ^

December 10 Austin, TX Emo’s ^

December 11 New Orleans, LA One Eyed Jack’s ^

December 13 Birmingham, AL Saturn ^

December 14 Atlanta, GA The Masquerade ^

December 15 Tampa, FL The Orpheum ^

December 17 Carrboro, NC Cat’s Cradle ^

December 18 Washington, DC 9:30 Club ^

December 19 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel ^

December 20 Philadelphia, PA Union Transfer ^

December 21 Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club ^

*w/ Lingua Ignota

^w/ HEALTH, Show Me the Body

&w/ Protomartyr, Show Me the Body

 
 

Photo credit: Reid Haithcock
 
 
Daughters is vocalist Alexis Marshall, guitar player Nick Sadler, drummer Jon Syverson and bass player Sam Walker. Following the release of their 2010 self-titled album, the band took an indefinite hiatus, returning in 2013 for a pair of sold out hometown shows in Providence, and a subsequent smattering of live dates in the intervening years, including joining Dillinger Escape Plan for that band’s final live outings in December of 2017. The foursome released You Won’t Get What You Want in October of 2018 via Ipecac Recordings. The 11-song collection quickly became one of the year’s most well-received albums, with fans and critics worldwide marveling at Daughters’ bold return. In addition to praise and year end accolades from Stateside outlets like Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, Revolver, Brooklyn Vegan and others, Canada’s Exclaim Magazine said the album is “By far their most dynamic offering, Daughters have pulled off one of the great comeback albums and further cemented themselves as a band with such singular creativity that they’re nearly peerless.” Classic Rock (UK) echoed those thoughts, saying “Daughters have never sounded so strong and they’ve never got it so right.”
 
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