Published Oct 10, 2013Vancouver-based singer-songwriter Andy Bishop's new White Ash Falls album, Over the Night, may not be coming out for another month, but that's not stopping him from road-testing new songs from his upcoming LP, as he's decided to head out across Canada on a co-headlining tour with BC folk outfit the Fugitives.
Kicking things off on October 22 at Peterborough's Red Dog Tavern, Bishop and his backing band will spend a couple days bouncing around Upper and Lower Canada, before heading out east for a stint in the Maritimes, followed by a return to the Prairies and his native BC.
The album — which was recorded at BC's Hive studio with producer Colin Stewart and features collaborations from the likes of Louise Burns, James Younger, Rah Rah's Erin Passmore, and members of Yukon Blonde — won't see its official release until November 5 via Light Organ. But until then, watch the teaser video for album cut "Linger On," which can be found underneath the band's full list of tour dates with the Fugitives below.
10/22 Peterborough, ON – The Red Dog Tavern
10/23 London, ON – APK
10/25 Hamilton, ON – The Pearl
10/26 Wakefield, QC – The Blacksheep Inn
10/29 Toronto, ON – The Rivoli
11/01 Montreal, QC – Quai des Brumes
11/03 Moncton, NB – Plan B
11/04 Truro, NS – Split Crow
11/06 Halifax, NS – The Company House
11/17 Edmonton, AB – The Artery
11/19 Regina, SK – The Artful Dodger
11/20 Winnipeg, MB – The Windsor
11/21 Saskatoon, SK – Village Guitar & Amp Shop
11/22 Calgary, AB – The Ironwood
11/24 Revelstoke, BC – Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre
11/25 Nelson, BC – KCR
11/26 Kelowna, BC – Fernando's
11/28 Vancouver, BC – The Biltmore Cabaret