Big Pink Announce Debut American Tour Dates

    A Brief History of Love, the debut album from Big Pink, the next great U.K. buzz band, is due out in Northa America on Sept. 22, but the band won’t be hitting these shores for a full tour until two months later in November, when they set out on their debut North American tour. The Big Pink hit venues across the U.S. in Canada from early November to early December, starting in Seattle and ending in Philly. They have a lengthy European and Japanese tour to tend to first. Here are the tour dates:

     

    08.07 Tokyo, Japan: Summersonic
    08.08 Osaka, Japan: Summersonic
    08.14 Gothenburg, Sweden: Way Out West Festival
    08.15 Oslo, Norway: Oya Festival
    08.16 Helsinki, Finland: Flow Festival
    08.20 Hasselt, Belgium: Pukkelpop
    08.28 Reading, England: Reading Festival
    08.30 Leeds, England: Leeds Festival
    09.04 Stradbally, Ireland: Electric Picnic
    09.06 Stradbally, Ireland: Electric Picnic
    09.08 Ibiza, Spain: Ibiza Rocks
    09.11 Newport, Wales: Bestival
    10.08 Southsea, England: Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
    10.09 Brighton, England: Brighton Digital
    10.10 Oxford, England: Academy Oxford
    10.14 Glasgow, Scotland: Glasgow King Tuts
    10.17 York, England: The Duchess
    10.18 Leeds, England: Leeds Cockpit
    10.20 Liverpool, England: O2 Academy Liverpool
    10.21 Manchester, England: Manchester Academy
    10.22 London, England: Electric Ballroom
    10.28 Copenhagen, Denmark: Vega
    10.29 Hamburg, Germany: Knust
    10.30 Berlin, Germany: Lido
    10.31 Cologne, Germany: Gebaude 9
    11.03 Brussels, Belgium: AB Club
    11.05 Lille, France: Aeroneuf
    11.06 Paris, France: La Cigalle
    11.07 Nantes, France: Olympic
    11.08 Toulouse, France: Le Bikini
    11.13 Seattle, WA: Neumos
    11.14 Portland, OR: Doug Fir
    11.15 Vancouver, British Columbia: Venue
    11.17 San Francisco, CA: Great American Music Hall
    11.18 Los Angeles, CA: El Rey
    11.20 Costa Mesa, CA: Detroit Bar
    11.21 San Diego, CA: Casbah
    11.23 Denver, CO: Larimer Lounge
    11.25 Minneapolis, MN: 7th St. Entry
    11.27 Chicago, IL: Empty Bottle
    11.28 Detroit, MI: Magic Stick
    11.29 Toronto, Ontario: Lee’s Palace
    11.30 Montreal, Quebec: La Sala Rossa
    12.01 Boston, MA: Paradise
    12.03 New York, NY: Bowery Ballroom
    12.04 Brooklyn, NY: Music Hall Of Williamsburg
    12.05 Washington, DC: Black Cat
    12.06 Philadelphia, PA: Johnny Brendas
    [Pitchfork