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LEWIS DEL MAR ANNOUNCES SPRING HEADLINE TOUR; VIDEO FOR “SUCH SMALL SCENES” OUT NOW

Rockaway Beach based band Lewis Del Mar has announced a headline tour in support of their self-titled debut album. Following their current 25 date run in support of Young The Giant, the headline tour will kick off on April 19 in Burlington, VT with stops at Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg, Chicago’s Thalia Hall, Washington D.C.’s U Street Music Hall and Los Angeles’ El Rey among others. See full list of tour dates below – additional dates to be announced in the coming weeks. Tickets are on sale now, visit http://lewisdelmar.com/tour for more information.

Today, the band also premiered a brand new visual for the album’s opening track “Such Small Scenes.” Watch the video HERE.

Lewis Del Mar is also confirmed to play prominent sets at various festivals this summer, including Okeechobee (March 2-5), Shaky Knees (May 12-14), Hangout Festival (May 19-21) and Firefly (June 15-18).

The band has received widespread praise everywhere from The New York Times to NPR, Billboard, Noisey and more. Last month, Lewis Del Mar performed their latest single “Painting (Masterpiece)” on CONAN (watch HERE). In September, the band made their television debut with a performance of “Loud(y)” on The Late Late Show with James Corden, with Corden himself saying “I really think this is going to be one of the biggest bands in the world!” Additionally, the band was featured in The New York Times’ Fall Preview with Jon Pareles drawing comparisons to Nine Inch Nails and Paul Simon, and was named one of Rolling Stone’s ‘10 Artists You Need To Know.’

Released in October, Lewis Del Mar’s debut album features 10 tracks, all of which were written and recorded by members Danny Miller and Max Harwood in their shared 400 sq. ft. bungalow in Rockaway Beach. The songs take inspiration from the gritty coastline the creative companions call home. What started as experimenting with samples of Latin percussion tones evolved into a capturing of the rhythms of daily New York life – iPhone notes and subway sounds, the crank of a turnstile or laughter from a nearby pub – to create a collision of influence and environment, an experimental pop cohesion uniquely their own.

Lewis Del Mar Tour Dates:
*In support of Young The Giant
2/3         Boise, ID                            Knitting Factory * SOLD OUT
2/4         Salt Lake City, UT              The Complex * SOLD OUT
2/7         Tempe, AZ                         Marquee Theatre *
2/8         Tucson, AZ                        Rialto Theatre *
2/10       Austin, TX                          Stubbs * SOLD OUT
2/11       Austin, TX                          Stubbs * SOLD OUT
2/12       Tulsa, OK                           Cain’s Ballroom *
2/14       Lincoln, NE                         Bourbon Theatre *
2/16       Des Moines, IA                   Hoyt Sherman Place *
2/17       Milwaukee, WI                   The Rave *
2/18       Grand Rapids, MI               20 Monroe Live *
2/20       Syracuse, NY                     F Shed at the Market *
2/23       Albany, NY                         Palace Theatre *
2/24       Providence, RI                   Lupo’s*
2/25       New Haven, CT                  College Street Music *
2/26       Richmond, VA                    The National *
2/28       Raleigh, NC                        The Ritz*
3/1         Columbia, SC                     Music Farm *
3/3         Okeechobee, FL                 Okeechobee, Music Festival
3/5         Charleston, SC                   Music Farm *
3/7         Asheville, NC                     The Orange Peel *
3/8         Charlotte, NC                     The Fillmore *
3/9         Atlanta, GA                        The Tabernacle * SOLD OUT
3/10       Atlanta, GA                        The Tabernacle *
3/11       Savannah, GA                    Savannah Stopover

Headline Tour:
4/19       Burlington, VT                   Higher Ground
4/20       Boston, MA                       Sinclair
4/21       Brooklyn, NY                     Music Hall of Williamsburg
4/27       Philadelphia, PA                Foundry @ Fillmore
4/28       Washington, DC                U Street Music Hall
4/29       Cleveland, OH                  Beachland Ballroom
4/30       Ferndale, MI                     Magic Bag
5/2         Madison, WI                     High Noon Saloon
5/3         Minneapolis, MN              7th Street Entry
5/6         Chicago, IL                       Thalia Hall
5/9         Columbus, OH                  A&R Bar
5/11       Nashville, TN                    Exit/IN
5/13       Atlanta, GA                       Shaky Knees
5/14       Jacksonville, FL                Jack Rabbits
5/16       Orlando, FL                       The Social
5/18       Tampa, FL                         The Orpheum
5/20       Gulf Shores, AL                 Hangout Festival
5/23       Austin, TX                         Antone’s
5/24       Dallas, TX                         Club Dada
5/28       Napa, CA                           Bottleneck
5/30       Seattle, WA                       Chop Suey
6/2         Los Angeles, CA                El Rey
6/3         San Diego, CA                   Belly UP
6/9         Denver, CO                       Bluebird
6/11       St. Louis, MO                    Del Mar Hall
6/15       Dover, DE                          Firefly

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