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B Boys confirm October tour of the South + Music Hall Of Williamsburg Show Oct 7!

Brooklyn’s B Boys are excited to announce that they have confirmed a tour of the South this October.  The dates kick off October 14 at Miami, FL‘s Gramps and conclude October 28 at Respectable Street in West Palm Beach, FL.  Along the way they make stops in Atlanta, Memphis, Austin, Dallas and more.   Further, the band is headlining Brooklyn‘s Music Hall of Williamsburg on October 7 with Sunflower Bean and the Lemon Twigs.  The full list of dates is below.

The band’s debut EP No Worry No Mind was released this Spring on Captured Tracks.  Calling them a “Surfy post-punk trio” Stereogum said the EP is “warm and heavy with grit, the tracks … build on the foundation of many classic punk acts from Wire to Parquet Courts, with flangy guitars and ambivalent vocals over tight, frantic rhythms.” Brooklyn Vegan called the EP “Mutant guitar pop with a punky, arty bent” and the NME labeled the EP’s single “Get A Grip” a “non stop banger” while Fader referred to it as “a slab of meddling, messy, melodic guitar rock.”

B Boys October Tour

10/07 – Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg

10/13 – Miami, FL – Gramps

10/14 – Gainesville, FL – The Atlantic

10/15 – Atlanta, GA – 529

10/16 – Birmingham, AL – Firehouse

10/17 – Nashville, TN – Drkmttr

10/18 – Memphis, TN – Murphy’s

10/20 – Oklahoma City, OK – The Shop

10/21 – Dallas,TX – City Tavern

10/22 – Austin, TX – Hotel Vegas

10/23 – San Antonio,TX Paper Tiger

10/24 – Houston, TX  – Walter’s

10/26 – Tallhassee, FL – BFF Haus

10/27 – Tampa, FL – The Hub

10/28 – West Palm Beach, FL – Respectable Street

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Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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