The Church sets 29-date North American tour in support of ‘Man Woman Life Death Infinity’

Just days after finishing a short run of U.S. concerts, The Church today announced it will release its 26th studio album, titled Man Woman Life Death Infinity, this fall and support the new record with a 29-date North American tour in September and October.

The band offered no details yet of its new album, the first since 2014’s Further/Deeper, although it had debuted a track, “Another Century,” off the LP last month (hear it over here).

You can, however, see the album’s cover art below.

The fall North American tour, featuring special guests The Helio Sequence, will open Sept. 8 in Portland, Ore., and continue down the West Coast, through Texas and into eastern parts of the U.S., wrapping up Oct. 14 in Phoenix. Tickets for all of the shows go on sale tomorrow, according to the band.

Full tour dates below.

 

 

The Church tour dates:

Sept. 8: Revolution Hall, Portland, OR
Sept. 9: Neptune Theater, Seattle, WA
Sept. 10: Rickshaw Theater, Vancouver, BC
Sept. 12: Harlow’s, Sacramento, CA
Sept. 13: The Catalyst, Santa Cruz, CA
Sept. 14: The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA
Sept. 15: Fonda Theater, Los Angeles, CA
Sept. 16: The Music Box, San Diego, CA
Sept. 18: 3Ten, Austin, TX
Sept. 19: Kessler Theater, Dallas, TX
Sept. 20: Heights Theater, Houston, TX
Sept. 22: Vinyl Music Hall, Pensacola, FL
Sept. 23: The Social, Orlando, FL
Sept. 24: City Winery, Atlanta, GA
Sept. 25: The Grey Eagle, Asheville, NC
Sept. 27: Le Poisson Rouge, New York, NY
Sept. 28: The Bell House, Brooklyn, NY
Sept. 29: City Winery, Boston, MA
Sept. 30: Newton Theatre, Newton, NJ
Oct. 1: 9:30 Club, Washington, DC
Oct. 3: Union Transfer, Philadelphia, PA
Oct. 5: Magic Stick, Detroit, MI
Oct. 6: Park West, Chicago, IL
Oct. 8: Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis, MN
Oct. 10: The Waiting Room, Omaha, NE
Oct. 11: Gothic Theatre, Denver, CO
Oct. 12: The State Room, Salt Lake City, UT
Oct. 13: Brooklyn Bowl, Las Vegas, NV
Oct. 14: The Press Room, Phoenix, AZ

 

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9 Comments

  • Scott Stalcup

    DAMN IT! Indianapolis ignored again!

     
  • Just saw them at Daryl’s House in Pawling, NY. Simply amazing. Small bar, about 200 people. Very surreal to see my favorite band perform what seemed like a private gig up close. Like I won a lottery.

     
  • Lemon

    Definitely seeing them at The Neptune. 26 albums and not one even close to a dud. Anyone who can’t wait for new Church material should definitely check out Kilbey Kennedy. They have released incredible stuff the last 7 years or so.

     
  • David Bricknell

    Totally agree Lemon. All the Kilbey Kennedy stuff is right up there with the consistently high-quality output of The Church, especially their latest disc “Glow And Fade” which is simply epic. For anyone who loves The Church, any of Kilbey’s many solo outings and collaborations or classic-era Pink Floyd, “Glow And Fade” is something you’ll probably easily connect with and maybe even (like I have) end up ranking alongside THE great albums of this or any other decade in music. It’s that good.

     
  • Can’t wait for the Austin show!

     
 

 

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