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The Devil Makes Three Announces ‘Redemption & Ruin’ Out Aug 26th + Tour‏

Fresh off a sold-out headlining show at Red Rocks Amphitheater, The Devil Makes Three is proud to announce their new album, Redemption & Ruin set for release  August 26th on New West Records. The album, alongside pre-sale tickets for the dates listed below, will be available digitally, on CD, and on vinyl. Click here to purchase. Today the band shares the first track off the forthcoming record, “Drunken Hearted Man” by Mississippi blues ghost Robert Johnson.

LISTEN TO “DRUNKEN HEARTED MAN” HERE

Redemption & Ruin is a concept project of 12 hand-picked songs that bring fans in on the repertoire and legacy that have inspired The Devil Makes Three from before they founded the band. Divided in to two sides, the subjects of “redemption” and “ruin” are explored through various works by Muddy Waters, Tampa Red, Townes Van Zandt, Tom Waits, Hank Williams, Kris Kristofferson and Willie Nelson to name a few and The Devil Makes Three’s interpretations of these songs also feature an all-star cast of guest stars like Emmylou Harris, Tim O’Brien, Jerry Douglas, Darrell Scott and guitar great Duane Eddy. Pete, Cooper and Lucia’s mutual love of these songs, their exploration of the human condition and the therapeutic keening of the blues melodies has been found throughout their albums of original material but here on Redemption & Ruin their bringing listeners directly to the source point of their inspiration. A very special Redemption & Ruin themed Pandora Mixtape will launch mid-next week. The mixtape is comprised not only of the original versions of the songs covered on Redemption and Ruin, but also the will shed light on some of the band’s other influences and songwriting heroes.

The Devil Makes Three have been simplistically tagged as everything from punk to bluegrass to rockabilly, but one sweaty show will dispel and clarify; They know their tradition, but really what they do is throw down. In the bands nearly 15 years together they’ve played just about every well worn bar and theatre in America and have quietly built such a massive following that they now headline amphitheaters and festivals and sell thousands of tickets a night. They’ll head back out on the road this fall in support of the new album with over 40 North American shows planned. Highlights include a return to the Wiltern in Los Angeles on January 6th and multiple night stints in Seattle, Portland, Santa Cruz and San Diego.

The Devil Makes Three will be conducting an exclusive pre-sale for all the dates bolded below beginning Monday, June 13 @ 10 AM Central Time. Be sure to check thedevilmakesthree.com to snap up tickets as early as two weeks prior to the general on-sale.

TOUR DATES

Jun 24 – Southside Festival – Neuhausen, Germany

Jun 25 – Hurricane Festival – Scheefsel, Germany

Jun 26 – Pijnackerplein Festival – Rotterdam, Netherlands

Jun 27 – Paradiso – Amsterdam, Netherlands

Jun 29 – Divan Du Monde – Paris, France

Jun 30 – Exil – Zurich, Switzerland

Jul 01 – Strom – Munich, Germany

Jul 03 – Just Like Heaven Festival – Padova, Italy

Jul 04 – Lo Fi – Milan, Italy

Jul 05 – B72 – Vienna, Austria

Jul 06 – Futurmn – Prague, Czech Republic

Jul 08 – La Peniche – Lilli, France

Jul 09 – SJOCK Festival – Anstwerp, Belgium

Jul 11 – Luxor – Cologne, Germany

Jul 12 – Lido – Berlin, Germany

Jul 13 – Schlaschthof – Wiesbaden, Germany

Jul 15 – Garage – London, UK

Jul 16 – The Deaf Institute – Manchester, UK

Jul 17 – King Tut’s Wah Wah Hug – Glasgow, UK

Jul 18 – Whelan’s – Dublin, Ireland

Sept 18-18 – Freshgrass Festival – North Adams, MA

Sept 22 – The Warehouse – Fairfield, CT

Sept 23 – Lupos Heartbreak Hotel – Providence, RI

Sept 24 – State Theater – Portland, ME

Sept 25 – Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre – Montreal, QB Canada

Sept 28 – Opera House – Toronto, ON Canada

Sept 29 – Newport Music Hall – Columbus, OH

Sept 30 – The Bluebird – Bloomington, IN

Oct 01 – Roots N Blues BBQ Fest – Columbia, MO

Oct 02 – Wooly’s – Des Moines, IA

Oct 05 – The Wilma – Missoula, MT

Oct 06 – Shadowbox SoDo – Seattle, WA

Oct 07 – Shadowbox SoDo – Seattle, WA

Oct 08 – Roseland Theater – Portland, OR

Oct 09 -Roseland Theater – Portland, OR

Oct 12 – Knitting Factory – Boise, ID

Oct 13 – Pink Garter Theatre – Jackson Hole, WY

Oct 14 – The Depot – Salt Lake City, UT

Oct 15 – Riverwalk – Breckenridge, CO

Dec 28 – Veteran’s Memorial Amphitheater – Grass Valley, CA

Dec 30 – The Catalyst – Santa Cruz, CA

Dec 31 – The Catalyst – Santa Cruz, CA

Jan 04 – Observatory North Park – San Diego, CA

Jan 05 – Observatory North Park – San Diego, CA

Jan 06- The Wiltern Theater – Los Angeles, CA

Jan 07 – The Marquee Theatre – Tempe, AZ

Jan 08 – Sunshine Theater – Albuquerque, NM

Jan 11 – ACM at UCU – Oklahoma City, OK

Jan 12 – Granada – Dallas, TX

Jan 13 – Emo’s – Austin, TX

Jan 14 – White Oak Music Hall – Houston, TX

Jan 15 – House of Blues – New Orleans, LA

Jan 18 – 20th Century – Cincinnati, OH

Jan 20 – Orpheum Theater – Madison, WI

Jan 21 – Riviera Theatre – Chicago, IL

Jan 22 – St. Andrew’s Hall – Detroit, MI

Jan 25 – Anthology – Rochester, NY

Jan 26 – House of Blues – Boston, MA

Jan 27 – Terminal 5 – New York, NY

Jan 28 – Theatre of The Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA

Jan 29 – Jefferson Theater – Charlottesville, VA

Feb 01 – Cat’s Cradle – Carrboro, NC

Feb 02 – Music Farm – Charleston, SC

Feb 03 – Venue TBA – Atlanta, GA

Feb 04 – Cannery Ballroom – Nashville, TN

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