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(Here's a look at the rest of their tour itinerary, in case you can't make the Cleveland show):
* 2/4 New York, NY — Mercury Lounge (w/ Nite Jewel) SOLD OUT
* 2/5 Charlottesville, VA — Twisted Branch Tea Bazaar (w/ Nite Jewel)
* 2/6 Knoxville, TN — Pilot Light (w/ Nite Jewel)
* 2/9 Orlando, FL — Backbooth (w/ Nite Jewel)
* 2/10 Tampa, FL — Crowbar (w/ Nite Jewel)
* 2/11 Atlanta, GA — Criminal Records (free in-store, 7PM)
* 2/11 Atlanta, GA — 529 (w/ Nite Jewel)
* 2/13 Greensboro, NC — Legitimate Business (w/ Nite Jewel)
* 2/17 Pomona, CA — The Glass House (w/ Abe Vigoda, Smith Westerns, Best Coast)
* 2/18 Los Angeles, CA — Echoplex (w/ Smith Westerns, Best Coast)
* 2/20 Haverford, PA — Haverford College
* 2/21 Buffalo, NY — Mohawk Place (w/ Hair Police)
* 2/22 Pittsburgh, PA — Garfield Artworks (w/ Hair Police)
* 2/23 Cleveland, OH — Grog Shop (w/ Hair Police)
* 2/24 Pontiac, MI — Crofoot Ballroom — Pike Room (w/ Hair Police)
* 2/25 Chicago, IL — Empty Bottle (w/ Hair Police)
* 2/26 Madison, WI — The Project Lodge (w/ Hair Police)
* 2/27 Urbana, IL — Canopy Club/Club Void (w/ Hair Police)
* 2/28 Lexington, KY — Al’s Bar (w/ Hair Police)
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