Elliott Brood Announce North American Tour in Support of 'Work and Love'
Published Oct 21, 2014Today (October 21), Toronto trio Elliott Brood release their new album Work and Love. Pushing the album's title into reality, the group have now announced a hefty North American tour.
The run of dates kick off early next year, and see the group performing throughout the United States and Canada. These include stops in Ontario, BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Quebec.
The full itinerary is available below. As you'll see, most of the dates come with the support of the Wilderness of Manitoba, who recently released their fourth album, Between Colours, via Pheromone Recordings.
Work and Love features guest appearances from pedal steel player Aaron Goldstein (City and Colour) and bassist John Dinsmore (Kathleen Edwards, Sarah Harmer). The album was reportedly influenced by Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Richard Buckner and Whiskeytown.
Album track "Nothing Left" can be streamed below, while Work and Love is available in full from Paper Bag Records today.
01/15 Cleveland, OH - Grog Shop
01/16 Ann Arbor, MI - The Ark
01/17 Buffalo, NY - Sportsmen's Tavern
01/22 London, ON - Call the Office *
01/23 Hamilton, ON - Mills Hardware *
01/29 New York, NY - Mercury Lounge
01/30 Philadelphia, PA - Milkboy
01/31 Washington, DC - DC9
02/05 Grand Rapids, MI - Pyramid Scheme
02/06 Chicago, IL - Empty Bottle
02/07 Minneapolis, MN - 7th St. Entry
02/08 Fargo, ND - The Aquarium
02/11 Spokane, WA - Bartlett
02/12 Kelowna, BC - Flashbacks *
02/13 Vancouver, BC - The Commodore Ballroom *
02/14 Victoria, BC - Alix Goolden Hall *
02/16 Nelson, BC - Spirit Bar *
02/18 Edmonton, AB - Starlite Room *
02/19 Calgary, AB - Republik *
02/20 Saskatoon, SK - Amigo's *
02/21 Winnipeg, MB - Festival du Voyageur
02/23 Thunder Bay, ON - Crocks *
02/26 Waterloo, ON - Starlight Social Club *
02/27 Kingston, ON - The Grad Club *
02/28 Peterborough, ON - The Red Dog *
03/05 Montreal, QC - La Sala Rossa *
03/06 Quebec, QC - Le Cercle *
03/07 Ottawa, ON - Ritual *
* with the Wilderness of Manitoba