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VICTORIAN HALLS announce “All My Friends Are Dead Tour”

The dark synth-pop melodies and crazy antics of Victorian Halls have broken the walls of Chicago, and will be nationally unleashed for the public to enjoy (with caution) as they gear up for their upcoming “All My Friends Are Dead Tour”. The trio will be partnering with friends Pseudo Future to further enhance the chaos. The tour is a follow up to Victorian Halls’ recent midwest run in June, and will continue to support  their latest Victory Records release, Hyperalgesia.

Frontman Sean Lenart states, “We are excited for this west coast run, and [are] looking forward to playing our latest record. Lots of new songs and players, in the mix.  Should be a raucous good time.”

Audiences are sure to experience the same, if not, heightened live theatrics: More sweat, more blood, more of what fans have come to love and expect from Victorian Halls.

9/1 – Oklahoma City, OK
9/2 – Denver, CO – Bwiched
9/3 – Grand Junction, CO
9/4 – Salt Lake City, UT – Billboard Live
9/6 – Boise, ID
9/7 – Bremerton, WA – The Charleston
9/8 – Portland, OR – Analog Cafe
9/9 – Sacramento, CA
9/10 – San Francisco, CA – Music City
9/11 – San Diego, CA – The Bancroft
9/13 – Fullerton, CA – Slidebar
9/14 – Mesa, AZ – Backstage Attire
9/15 – Albuquerque, NM – Duke City Sound
9/16 – El Paso, TX – Mesa Music Hall
9/17 – San Antonio, TX – Dolomite HQ
9/19 – Dallas, TX – The Prophet Bar

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