The Movielife & The Early November touring this fall

by | Jul 20, 2017

The Movielife and The Early November are teaming up for a tour this fall. They’ll be bringing along  Heart Attack Man and Racquet Club for separate legs.

This will be The Movielife’s first time back on the road in quite a while. They’ll be out supporting their new album Cities In Search of a Heart, out September 22nd through Rise Records. It serves as a long-awaited follow-up to 2003’s Forty Hour Train Back to Penn.

As far at The Early November goes, they’ll be playing their 2003 album The Room’s Too Cold in its entirety on the trek. So it should be a good nostalgia run.

Here’s how it looks:

w/ Heart Attack Man
Sep 18 Boston @ Paradise Rock Club
Sep 19 Philadelphia @ Union Transfer
Sep 20 Baltimore @ Baltimore Soundstage
Sep 22 Brooklyn @ Warsaw Concerts
Sep 23 Buffalo @ The Waiting Room
Sep 24 Cleveland @ The Beachland Ballroom and Tavern
Sep 26 Chicago @ Bottom Lounge
Sep 27 St. Louis @ Fubar Saint Louis
Sep 29 Dallas @ The Curtain Club
Sep 30 Houston @ Walter’s Downtown
Oct 01 Austin @ Mohawk Austin

w/ Racquet Club
Oct 03 Phoenix @ The Rebel Lounge
Oct 04 W. Hollywood @ Troubadour
Oct 05 San Diego @ House of Blues San Diego Voodoo Room (no The Early November)
Oct 06 Anaheim @ House of Blues Anaheim
Oct 07 Berkeley @ Cornerstone Berkeley Open Mic
Oct 09 Salt Lake City @ Club Sound
Oct 10 Denver @ The Bluebird Theater
Oct 13 Lansing MI @ The Loft
Oct 14 Toronto @ Sneaky Dee’s

Photo: Mike Irizarry

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