The Twilight Singers Announce European Tour

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New Orleans natives (REPRESENT) The Twilight Singers are well known throughout the indie world for blending soul, rock, and electronic music into their own distinct style. Spawned in 1997 as a side project of The Afghan Whigs frontman Greg Dulli, they have since released four albums, including 2006’s critically acclaimed Powder Burns. Nearly 5 years later, the group is ready to release a new album and go on tour once again.

Now signed to Sub Pop, Dynamite Steps drops on February 15th, at which point the group will play its first ever in-store concerts, at Amoeba Records in Los Angeles on the 15th and San Francisco on the 17th. From there, the band embarks on a European tour.

Pre-order the album at www.subpop.com and check out the tour dates below!

The Twilight Singers 2011 European Tour
3/18/11            London – Electric Ballroom
3/19/11            Glasgow – Arches
3/20/11            Manchester – Moho Live
3/21/11            Brighton – Komedia Theatre
3/23/11            Cologne – Luxor
3/25/11            Oslo – Parkteatret
3/26/11            Stockholm – Debaser
3/27/11            Copenhagen – Vega Jr
3/28/11            Berlin – Festsaal Kreuzberg
3/30/11            Brussels – Ancienne Belgique
3/31/11            Paris – La Fleche D’Or
4/01/11            Amsterdam – Paradiso
4/02/11            Lucerne – Schuur
4/09/11            Vienna – Meet Factory
4/10/11            Warsaw – Stodola
4/12/11            Helsinki – Tavastia
4/14/11            Thessaloniki – Principal Theater
4/15/11            Athens – Gagarin Club
4/16/11            Tel Aviv – Reading3
4/17/11            Tel Aviv – Reading3
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