In addition to her upcoming dates with Pixies and Franz Ferdinand, Bully has announced a new headlining tour/a> this summer supporting her just-announced album Lucky For You.
Local punks Taking Meds will be on tour in the coming months alongside Somerset Thrower, Superheaven, Glitterer, Narrow Head, GEL, MSPAINT, Peace Test, Dog Breath, Ridgeway, and LURK on various dates.
NJ singer/songwriter Quinnie, who had a hit on TikTok with last year’s ”touch tank,” will be touring this spring.
JAY & SILENT BOB PRESENT CRUISE ASKEW
Kevin Smith has announced the Jay and Silent Bob Present Cruise Askew, a Norwegian cruise from Miami to Nassau, Bahamas, in February 2024. Kevin will be joined by Jay & Silent Bob partner Jason Mewes and a cast of characters from the View Askewniverse and more.
LESS THAN JAKE
Less Than Jake announced the "Welcome To Rockview" tour celebrating the 25th anniversary of Hello Rockview. Direct support comes from Voodoo Glow Skulls and The Toasters on the two legs, with rotating openers Pink Spiders, Spring Heeled Jack, Devon Kay & The Solutions (who just announced an EP), and Venomous Pinks.
Wu-tang Clan's GZA has a few more shows coming up where he'll be backed by full band Phunky Nomads, and playing music from Liquid Swords. In NYC GZA will be joined by Roy Ayers and Big Daddy Kane.
Belfast electronic duo BICEP have North American dates surrounding festival appearances at Osheaga and Hard LA.
Jesse Malin has announced a tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of his debut solo album, The Fine Art of Self Destruction. US dates start June 15 in Pittsburgh and wind around the lower 48 before wrapping up July 15 in Ardmore, PA.
HEART ATTACK MAN / ARM'S LENGTH / SUPER AMERICAN / PHOTOCOPY
Heart Attack Man have announced a tour celebrating their upcoming album Freak Of Nature with support from Arm's Length, Super American, and Photocopy. The tour runs May-July and includes two NYC-area dates.
GREG PUCIATO / ESCUELA GRIND / DEAF CLUB/TRACE AMOUNT
Ex-Dillinger Escape Plan frontman Greg Puciato has announced his first-ever solo North American tour with support from Escuela Grind (who we loved at SXSW), Deaf Club, and Trace Amount. The tour supports Greg's 2022 album Mirrorcell.