Published Jul 15, 2014Next month, pop-leaning post-punk act Merchandise will release their new album After the End. To coincide with its release, the group have just revealed a lengthy North American tour.
In addition to shows throughout the United States, the band will bring their new jams north for four stops in Canada. These include shows in Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal, and will all include support from Copenhagen dark pop unit Lower.
Check out the full itinerary below, where you'll also find Merchandise's new video for "Enemy." The clip was directed by Tim Saccenti, who cites Stan Brakhage, Kenneth Anger and William Eggleston as influences.
In a press release, Saccenti says he was trying to translate "the thick Southern tones and ripe textures of deep Florida into a dream-state visual backdrop for the song."
After the End will arrive on August 26 via 4AD.
09/07 Gainesville, FL - The Atlantic
09/19 Mobile, AL - Alchemy Tavern
09/20 New Orleans, LA - Siberia
09/21 Houston, TX - Walter's
09/23 Austin, TX - Red 7 *
09/24 Marfa, TX - Padres *
09/25 Albuquerque, NM - Sister *
09/26 Phoenix, AX - 51west *
09/27 Los Angeles, CA - Echoplex *
09/28 San Diego, CA - Kensington Club *
09/30 Santa Cruz, CA - The Catalyst Atrium *
10/01 San Francisco, CA - Rickshaw Stop *
10/03 Portland, OR - Mississippi Studios *
10/04 Vancouver, BC - Biltmore *
10/05 Seattle, WA - The Crocodile *
10/08 Fargo, ND - The Aquarium *
10/09 Minneapolis, MN - Triple Rock *
10/10 Chicago, IL - Empty Bottle *
10/11 St.. Louis, MO - The Luminary *
10/12 Columbus, OH - Ace of Cups *
10/14 Brooklyn, NY - Music Hall of Williamsburg *
10/15 Toronto, ON - Wrongbar *
10/16 Ottawa, ON - House of Targ *
10/17 Montreal, QC - La Vitrola *
10/18 Boston, MA - Great Scott *
10/21 Philadelphia, PA - First Unitarian Church
10/22 Washington, DC - Black Cat Backstage
10/23 Richmond, VA - Strange Matter
10/24 Raleigh, NC - Kings
10/25 Atlanta, GA - Mammal Gallery
* with Lower