Cults Announce 2013 Fall Headline Tour In Support Of Static

22 Aug 2013
Cults Announce 2013 Fall Headline Tour In Support Of Static

Cults Announce 2013 Fall Headline Tour In Support Of Static

Cults have announced they'll hit the road this fall, shortly after the October 15 release of their sophomore album Static.  Starting in Boston, MA on October 22 the band will travel across North America for headline dates in Washington, D.C., Austin, TX, Los Angeles, CA and many more (full list of dates below).  Cults will also make appearances at Launched Festival in Sacramento onSeptember 7, Untapped Festival in Dallas on September 8, Life Is Beautiful Festival in Las Vegas on October 26/27 and Voodoo Fest in New Orleans on November 2.
 
Earlier this year Cults opened for Passion Pit on a handful of east coast dates leading into their performance at Bonnaroo.  The band also made festival appearances at Boston Calling, Seattle's Capitol Hill Block Party and Denver's Underground Music Showcase earlier this summer.   In the beginning of 2012 Cults played an extensive headlining tour before they retreated to NYC to record Static.   The Washington Post noted that "less than two years later the mystique has disappeared, but a standout pop band has emerged."
 
In anticipation of the release of Static, Cults premiered "I Can Hardly Make You Mine" on NPR's All Songs Considered last week.  Vulture exclaimed of the critically received track: "Cults are the best of the indie-pop girl group revivalists. and this song shows why."   Static was written and recorded over the course of 2012 in the band's home base of New York City.  The album was produced by Cults with support from Shane Stoneback (Sleigh Bells, Vampire Weekend) and Ben Allen (Animal Collective, Washed Out). 
                                                                                                     
Cults on tour:
10/22     Boston, MA                        The Sinclair
10/23     Philadelphia, PA               TLA
10/26     Las Vegas, NV                    Life is Beautiful Festival
10/27     Las Vegas, NV                    Life is Beautiful Festival
10/29     Washington, D.C.             Black Cat
10/30     Durham, NC                       Motorco
10/31     Charlotte, NC                     Visulite Theatre
11/1       Atlanta, GA                         The Loft
11/2       New Orleans, LA              Voodoo Fest
11/4       Austin, TX                            Emo's
11/5       Houston, TX                       Fitzgeralds
11/6       Dallas, TX                             Tree's
11/8       Albuquerque, NM           Launchpad
11/9       Phoenix, AZ                        Crescent Ballroom
11/10     San Diego, CA                    The Irenic
11/12     Los Angeles, CA                El Rey Theatre
11/13     San Francisco, CA             The Fillmore
11/15     Portland, OR                      Wonder Ballroom
11/16     Vancouver, BC                  Rio Theatre
11/17     Seattle, WA                        Neumo's
11/20     Denver, CO                         Bluebird Theatre
11/22     Minneapolis, MN             First Ave
11/23     Chicago, IL                           Metro
11/24     Cleveland, OH                   Grog Shop
11/25     Toronto, ON                       Lee's Place
11/26     New York, NY                    Webster Hall




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