Los Campesinos! did a very short American tour last month to support the release of their fourth album Hello Sadness, but such was the brevity that only a small area of the country was covered and many fans were left wanting.
Los Campesinos! will be righting this wrong early in 2012 by returning to the States for a month-long tour. Check out the dates below.
1/19 Paradise, Boston MA (18+)
1/20 Sala Rosa, Montreal (All Ages)
1/21 Lee’s Palace, Toronto (19+)
1/22 Lee’s Palace, Toronto (19+)
1/23 London Music Hall, London (19+)
1/24 Beachland Ballroom, Cleveland OH (ALL AGES)
1/25 Outland Live, Columbus OH (ALL AGES)
1/26 Bluebird, Bloomington IN (21+)
1/27 Metro, Chicago IL (ALL AGES)
1/28 The Sett At Union South, Madison WI
1/29 Varsity Theater, Minneapolis MN (18+)
1/31 Bluebird Theater, Denver CO (16+)
2/1 Club Sound, Salt Lake City UT (ALL AGES)
2/3 Electric Owl, Vancouver BC (19+)
2/4 Neptune, Seattle WA (ALL AGES)
2/7 Doug Fir Lounge, Portland OR (21+)
2/8 Doug Fir Lounge, Portland OR (21+)
2/10 Great American Music Hall, San Francisco CA (ALL AGES)
2/11 Echoplex, Los Angeles CA (18+)
2/12 Casbah, San Diego CA (21+)
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