The Felice Brothers Return with 'Favorite Waitress'

The Felice Brothers Return with 'Favorite Waitress'
Having explored electronic sounds on 2011's Celebration, Florida, New York outfit the Felice Brothers have announced what they're up to next. The band's new set is called Favorite Waitress, and it will be served up through their own label Dualtone Records on June 17.

The 13-song album was recorded at Omaha's Arc Studios, and judging by the first single "Cherry Licorice," the band are letting their roots-rock inclinations run wild. You can stream the song — full of squeezebox melodies, fiddled, jangly six-string runs, and hooted and hollered vocals — down below.

On top of the new LP, the Felice Brothers have a number of North American tour dates on the horizon. This includes a stop in Toronto, and you can check out all the details beneath Favorite Waitress' tracklisting.

You can also pre-order the album, which comes in a variety of deluxe packages, here.

Favorite Waitress:


1. Bird On Broken Wing

2. Cherry Licorice

3. Meadow Of A Dream

4. Lion

5. Saturday Night

6. Constituents

7. Hawthorne

8. Katie Cruel

9. No Trouble

10. Alien

11. Chinatown

12. Woman Next Door

13. Silver In The Shadow

Tour dates:


04/09 New York, NY - Rough Trade *

04/11 Newport, RI - Newport Blues Café

04/26 Canton, NY - St. Lawrence University

05/08 New York, NY - Mercury Lounge

05/17 Charlotte, NC - DRUMSTRONG

06/09 London, UK - The Lexington

06/10 Manchester, UK - Gorilla

06/12 Dublin, IE - Whelans

06/14 London, UK - Bush Hall (Bushstock Festival)

06/19 Washington, DC - Rock & Roll Hotel #

06/20 Rochester, NY - Water Street Music Hall #

06/21 Toronto, ON - The Horseshoe Tavern (NXNE)

06/23 Ferndale, MI - Loving Touch #

06/25 Chicago, IL - Lincoln Hall #

06/26 Minneapolis, MN - Triple Rock #

06/28 Omaha, NE - Slowdown #

06/30 St. Louis, MO - Off Broadway #

07/01 Louisville, KY - Zanzabar #

07/02 Nashville, TN - Mercy Lounge

07/05 Birmingham, AL - The Bottletree Café #

07/09 New York, NY - Webster Hall #

07/10 Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer #

07/11 Cambridge, MA - The Sinclair #

08/30 Moseley, UK - Moseley Folk Festival

* with Langhorne Slim & The Law

# with Robert Ellis