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Twin Shadow Announces North American Tour in Support of 'Confess'

Twin Shadow Announces North American Tour in Support of 'Confess'
One of the indie music world's most meticulously crafted haircuts is getting ready to hit the road once again. New wave enthusiast Twin Shadow has a new album called Confess on the way, and he'll be promoting it this summer and fall with an extensive North American tour.

The trip is called the "Ton Up Tour" and it includes a handful of Canuck dates. The songwriter will be coming to Toronto on July 30 before hitting up Canada's western half in August, playing shows in Winnipeg, Calgary and Vancouver. See the schedule, which also includes lots of U.S. dates, below.

You can pre-order tickets and get a limited-edition tour T-shirt over at Twin Shadow's official website.

These gigs will come hot on the heels of the July 10 release of Confess via 4AD. Scroll to the bottom of the page to check out the new single "Five Seconds."

Tour dates:

7/27 Boston, MA - Paradise
7/28 Montreal, QC - Corona Theatre
7/30 Toronto, ON - Lee's Palace
8/1 Pontiac, MI - Crofoot Ballroom (Pike Room)
8/6 Minneapolis, MN - 7th Street Entry
8/8 Winnipeg, MB - Pyramid Cabaret
8/10 Calgary, AB - Saits the Gateway
8/11 Vancouver, BC - Venue
8/14 Portland, OR - Doug Fir Lounge
8/16 San Francisco, CA - Great American Music Hall
8/18 Santa Barbara, CA - Soho Restaurant & Music Club
8/24 Visalia, CA - The Cellar Door
9/4 Phoenix, AZ - The Crescent Ballroom
9/5 El Paso, TX - Tricky Falls
9/7 Denver, CO - Bluebird Theater
9/8 Omaha, NE - Waiting Room
9/9 Lawrence, KS - The Granada Theatre
9/11 Norman, OK - Opolis
9/13 Dallas, TX - Trees
9/14 Austin, TX - The Mohawk
9/16 Houston, TX - Fitzgerald's
9/17 McAllen, TX - Cine El Rey
9/18 Birmingham, AL - Bottletree
9/19 Atlanta, GA - The Earl
9/21 Asheville, NC - Orange Peel
9/23 Carrboro, NC - Cats Cradle
9/24 Washington, DC - Black Cat
9/25 Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer
9/27 New York, NY - Webster Hall

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