Frontwoman of Against Me!, Laura Jane Grace, has announced a run of solo acoustic shows in August throughout the Northeast. "Laura Jane Grace Sings The Transgender Dysphoria Blues" will begin on Saturday, August 10 at MilkBoy in Philadelphia, PA and will take in six evenings in major cities including Boston, MA on Sunday, August 11, Providence, RI on Tuesday, August 13, Washington, DC on Wednesday, August 14, Brooklyn, NY on Thursday, August 15 and New York, NY on Friday, August 16. Tickets for the upcoming solo run will go on sale next Friday, July 12 and will be available through Against Me!'s official website.
Additionally, every ticket purchaser will receive a download link to two new Against Me! songs, which are stripped-down, acoustic renditions of full band album songs from the upcoming full-length album Transgender Dysphoria Blues. Titled True Trans, this limited edition 7" will feature these two acoustic tracks and will be available for purchase at the upcoming shows. True Trans is the precursor to the band's highly anticipated new album.
Laura Jane Grace's acoustic solo tour comes in advance of Against Me!'s appearances at this year's Riot Fest in Chicago, IL the weekend of September 13-15 and in Denver, CO on the weekend of September 21-22. Tickets for both Riot Fest weekends are on sale now through the festival's official site.
Against Me! have finished tracking their upcoming full-length album, Transgender Dysphoria Blues. Details on the album coming soon.
Laura Jane Grace Sings The Transgender Dysphoria Blues dates:
August 10 - Philadelphia, PA - MilkBoy
August 11 - Boston, MA - Brighton Music Hall
August 13 - Providence, RI - Fete Lounge
August 14 - Washington, DC - Rock and Roll Hotel
August 15 - Brooklyn, NY - Knitting Factory
August 16 - New York, NY - The Bowery Ballroom
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