SERATONES Announce World Tour and Share “Chandelier” Music Video!‏

Shreveport, Louisiana’s Seratones celebrated the release of their brilliant debut album Get Gone last month, and today they announce a massive world-wide Get Gone tour. The tour dates include a Fall U.S. headline run + support tour with St. Paul & The Broken  Bones. Seratones’ ferocious live show have made them one of the most exhilarating touring bands of the year – see below to find a show near you and PRESS HERE to purchase your tickets to witness Seratones’ whiskey-infused, garage rock-meets-gospel in-person. To get an idea of what to expect from a Seratones gig, PRESS HERE to watch the band’s stripped-back NPR Tiny Desk session.

In addition to the band’s new tour dates, Seratones share a striking, shimmering music video for the mid-tempo burner “Chandelier.” PRESS HERE to watch now via DIY Magazine.

Led by powerhouse frontwoman A.J. Haynes whose thunderous vocals recall the grit of Janis Joplin and gospel of Mavis Staples, Seratones recorded each track of Get Gone as a live take in Mississippi’s Dial Back Sound studios. The influences of their hometown of Shreveport combined and Haynes‘ powerful singing voice, first honed at Brownsville Baptist Church in Columbia, Louisiana at age 6, ring across every track. PRESS HERE to purchase physical copy of Get Gone now, and HERE to buy a digital copy.  

Tour Dates– North American Dates in BOLD

7/15-7/16        Louisville, KY @ Forecastle Festival

7/15-7/16        Birmingham, AL @ Sloss Music & Arts Festival

8/19/16            Hasselt, Belgium @ Pukkelpop Festival

8/20/16            Trondheim, Norway @ PStereo Festival

8/22/16            Hamburg, Germany @ Molotow

8/23/16            Berlin, Germany @ Berghain Kantine

8/24/16            Cologne, Germany @ Blue Shell

8/25/16            Charleville-Mézières, France @ Cabaret Vert

8/27/16            Reading, UK @ Reading Festival

8/28/16            Leeds, UK @ Leeds Festival

8/30/16            Ramsgate, UK @ Music Hall

9/2/16              Oxford, UK @ Bullingdon

9/1/16              London, UK @ Lexington

9/3/16              Dorset, UK @ End Of The Road Festival

9/4/16              Brighton, UK @ Together the People Festival

9/15/16            Phoenix, AZ – Marquee Theatre *

9/17/16            Las Vegas, NV – Brooklyn Bowl *

9/20/16            Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern *

9/21/16            San Francisco – Fox Theater *

9/23/16            Portland, OR -Roseland Theater*

9/24/16            Seattle, WA – Paramount Theatre*

9/25/16            Vancouver, BC – Commodore Ballroom*

9/27/16            Salt Lake City, UT – The Depot *

9/28/16            Denver, CO – Fillmore *

10/1/16            Tulsa, OK -Cain’s Ballroom*

10/5/16            Toronto, ON – Horseshoe

10/6/16            Cleveland, OH – Beachland Tavern

10/7/16            Chicago, IL – The Empty Bottle

10/8/16            St. Paul, MN – The Turf Club

10/9/16            Milwaukee, WI – Colectivo – Prospect Cafe

10/12/16          Columbus, OH – Big Room Bar

10/13/16          Pittsburgh, PA – Club Cafe

10/14/16          Philadelphia, PA – MilkBoy

10/15/16          Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall

10/18/16          New York, NY – Mercury Lounge

10/19/16          Brooklyn, NY – Knitting Factory

10/20/16          Washington DC – DC9

10/21/16          Carrboro, NC – Cats Cradle Back Room

10/22/16          Atlanta, GA – The Earl

10/25/16          Tallahassee, FL – Club Downunder

10/27/16          Oxford, MS – Proud Larry’s

10/28-30/16     New Orleans, LA – Voodoo Festival

10/29/16           Jackson, MS – Duling Hall

11/2/16             Reykjavik, Iceland – Iceland Airwaves

11/11/16           Amsterdam, Netherlands – Paradiso

11/12/16           Rotterdam, Netherlands – Rotown

11/13/16           Groningen, Netherlands – Vera

11/14/16           Brussels, Belgium – AB Club

11/15/16           Rouen, France – Le 106

11/17/16           La Roche-Sur Yon, France – Fuzz Yon

11/18/16           Orleans, France – L’Astrolabe

11/19/16           Reims, France – Cartonerie

* with St. Paul and The Broken Bones

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