Marriages Announce US Headlining Summer 2015 Tour w/ Creepoid


Marriages have announced their first extensive tour in the U.S. this summer in support of their latest album, Salome (Sargent House). Joining them at the Denver stop for the majority of the tour will be Philadelphia’s Creepoid, who are also on the road in support of their soon to be released album, Cemetery Highrise Slum (June 23, Collect Records).  Check out all of Marriages’ tour dates, spanning July 11th through August 12th in the United States, then in the UK for ArcTangent Festival in Bristol and London with Deafheaven in late August, below. For all show/ticket details click HERE.


July 11 San Francisco, CA @ Portero del Sol Park
July 13 Portland, OR @ Doug Fir
July 14 Seattle, WA @ Barboza
July 15 Boise, ID @ Neurolux *
July 16 Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court
July 17 Denver, CO @ Lost Lake *
July 18 Lincoln, NE @ Bourbon Theatre *
July 19 Fargo, ND @ Aquarium *
July 20 Minneapolis, MN @ Nether Bar *
July 21 Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall *
July 22 Ann Arbor, MI @ Blind Pig *
July 23 Pittsburgh, PA @ Smiling Moose *
July 24 Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg *
July 25 Philadelphia, PA @ Ortlieb’s Lounge
July 26 Hamden, CT @ The Space *
July 27 Washington, DC @ DC9 *
July 28 Boston, MA @ Great Scott *
July 29 Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery *
July 30 Raleigh, NC @ Kings *
July 31 Atlanta, GA @ Drunken Unicorn *
August 1 New Orleans, LA @ One Eyed Jacks *
August 5 Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald’s Downstairs *
August 6 Austin, TX @ Red 7 *
August 7 Dallas, TX @ The Foundry *
August 8 Oklahoma City, OK @ 89th St. Collective *
August 9 Albuquerque, NM @ Launchpad *
August 10 Tucson, AZ @ Club Congress *
August 11 Phoenix, AZ @ Rebel Lounge *
August 12 San Diego, CA @ Casbah *
August 13 Los Angeles, CA @ Los Globos Downstairs *
August 22 Bristol UK @ Arctangent Festival
August 24 London, UK @ Scala ^

* w/ Creepoid
^ w/ Deafheaven

Marriages recently returned from their first ever tour in Europe this past spring, where they received rave reviews from performances at Roadburn Festival as well as the following three weeks as support to Wovenhand.  These shows followed the April 7th release of Salome, Marriages’ timeless 9-song monolith of a debut LP that was hailed as “immediate, but also timeless” by Stereogum.   Propulsive, frequently iridescent, the compositions on Salome are confident and evocative, the sound of a band focusing their strengths to great effect. Throwing open the curtains on not only their sound but on their songwriting as well, members Emma Ruth Rundle, Greg Burns, and Andrew Clinco seem perfectly at ease scaling anthemic peaks and heartbreaking valleys, often in a single composition. Salome finds Marriages fully embracing their skill at crafting timeless songs with chillingly epic results.

via New Noise Magazine

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