Lucius confirms fall tour dates + featured in an episode of Cameron Crowe’s TV show Roadies on Showtime

After a stretch of sold out U.S. shows Lucius confirms additional tour dates this fall with stops in Nashville, New Orleans, San Francisco, Houston and more. The new shows are in conjunction with the bands forthcoming headlining performances at New York’s SummerStage and Boston’s House Of Blues. Ticket pre-sale begins on Wednesday, August 3 at 10 AM EST and can be purchased at Additionally, vocalists Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig will perform with Roger Waters and his band in Mexico and this October at Desert Trip Music Festival.

Additionally, Lucius was recently featured in and scored an episode of the new Cameron Crowe directed TV show Roadies on Showtime.

Good Grief was produced by Shawn Everett (Alabama Shakes, Weezer) and Lucius with Bob Ezrin. The album was mixed by Tom Elmhirst (Adele, Beck). Of the album, vocalist Wolfe says, “When we started writing for this record, we had been away from home for nearly two years. We had just returned from tour, having gone through such varied emotions—loneliness, sadness and exhaustion alongside excitement, fulfillment and some of the most joyful moments in our lives…Whenever one of us had an idea or a feeling, the other was already a witness to it and could help navigate through it—for the two of us, this usually came in song form.” Vocalist Laessig adds, “…When considering titles, we wanted to be sure to acknowledge any serious subject matter, while simultaneously allowing ourselves a comic sigh of relief from any personal turmoil. Ha! The yin and yang of the record naturally unveiled itself and, so, Good Grief.”

Lucius is led by its co-founders and vocalists Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig accompanied by multi-instrumentalists Dan Molad, Peter Lalish and Andrew Burri. You can purchase Good Grief here:


August 11 —Maquoketa, IA —Codfish Hollow Barnstormers

August 13 —Eau Claire, WI —Eaux Claires

August 14 —Portland, OR—94.7FM Alternative Portland’s Birthday Party

September 17 —Atlanta, GA—Music Midtown Festival

September 20—Boston, MA—House Of Blues*

September 21—Northampton, MA—Academy Of Music Theatre*

September 23—New York, NY—Central Park SummerStage#

September 28—Mexico City, MX—Foro Sol^

September 29—Mexico City, MX—Foro Sol^

October 7-9—Indio, CA—Desert Trip^

October 14-16—Indio, CA—Desert Trip^

October 26—Buffalo, NY— Asbury Hall at Babeville

October 27—Pittsburgh, PA—Mr. Smalls

October 28—Baltimore, MD—Rams Head Live

October 29—Charlottesville, VA—Jefferson Theater

October 31—Louisville, KY—Headliner’s

November 1—Asheville, NC—The Orange Peel

November 2—Nashville, TN—The Cannery Ballroom

November 9—New Orleans, LA—Tipitina’s

November 10—Houston, TX—White Oak Music Hall

November 11—Oklahoma City, OK—Academy of Contemporary Music

November 12—Kansas City, MO—Record Bar

November 14—Boulder, CO—The Fox Theatre

November 15—Park City, UT—Park City Live

November 17—San Francisco, CA—The Fillmore

November 19—Solana Beach, CA—Belly Up Tavern

November 20—Santa Ana, CA—The Observatory

February 4-8—Playa Del Carmen, Mexico—One Big Holiday

*supported by JD McPherson

#supported by Big Thief and JD McPherson

^performing with Roger Waters

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