The Walkmen Announce Tour with Father John Misty

By on October 29, 2012

Fat Possum Records is excited to announce that The Walkmen are touring in January with Father John Misty. The Walkmen kick off the tour on January 11th in Philadelphia at Union Transfer, and will be joined by Father John Misty beginning at the following show on January 15th at Corona Theater in Montreal. The tour wraps up at Commodore Ballroom on January 28th in Vancouver. In conjunction with the announcement, The Walkmen are debuting two videos from their release show for their latest full-length Heaven, a uniquely intimate show live-streamed by Spotify and filmed by La Blogotheque. “Heartbreaker” is available for posting HERE, and “Heaven” is available for posting HERE.
The Walkmen are releasing a limited edition 7″, featuring the previously unreleased tracks “Dance With Your Partner” and “Vermeer ’65.” The release is limited to 1000 copies and will be available on Tuesday, November 6th. CMJ premiered the tracks, which are available for stream HEREPre-order is now available at Insound and Fat Possum.
NPR said that Heaven finds the band “[continuing] to refine and mature its increasingly stately, deliberately paced sound,” while Pitchfork called the album “gloriously pretty.” Stereogum praised the record listing it as the #2 ‘Album Of The Year So Far’ and noting “Heaven is the elegant, understated, utterly gorgeous new album from the Walkmen, and it may well be their best.”
The Walkmen Tour Dates:
Fri, 1/11 – Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA
Tue, 1/15 – Corona Theater – Montreal, QB #
Wed, 1/16 – Danforth Theatre – Toronto, ON #
Thu, 1/17 – Newport Music Hall – Columbus, OH #
Fri, 1/18 – Vic Theatre – Chicago, IL #
Sat, 1/19 – Capitol Theatre – Madison, WI #
Mon, 1/21 – Ogden Theatre – Denver, CO #
Thu, 1/24 – Fillmore – San Francisco, CA #
Sat, 1/26 – Roseland Theartre – Portland, OR #
Sun, 1/27 – Neptune Theater – Seattle, WA #
Mon, 1/28 – Commodore Ballroom – Vancouver, BC #
# – w/ Father John Misty

Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.