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THE SOUNDS Announce Run of California Dates In Support of Latest EP

It’s been just about a year since THE SOUNDS were in the U.S. celebrating the 10th anniversary of their breakthrough album Dying to Say This To You, but for the Swedish indie rockers, it’s been too long.  Because of this fond absence, The Sounds have announced a string of California dates this November. “Any time we have an opportunity to come back to the USA and play for our fans, we embrace it fully,” says vocalist Maja Ivarsson. “Especially when it is for a California tour as we’ve always called it our home away from home. Our fans are so passionate, how can we not want to go and play for them every chance we get?”

In support of their EP The Tales That We Tell released this Summer, they will be kicking off at Santa Ana’s Observatory on  November 8th and wrapping up on the 17th in Pioneertown’s Pappy and Harriets, with dates in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego among others. (tour dates below)

Released as a special thank you to fans, The Tales That We Know is a four-track EP that finds the band in peak form. Framed around the previously released single “Thrill”, it collects recent recordings that the band wanted to give to fans while they awaited the band’s next move.  “We were in the studio working on new songs, and rather than wait for some time in the future where the songs may come out on an album, we wanted to share this new music with our fans, now,” Maja explains.

Watch here

Nov. 8th – Santa Ana, CA The Observatory
Nov. 9th – San Francisco, CA Regency Ballroom
Nov. 10th – San Luis Obispo, CA @ Fremont Theatre
Nov. 12th – Los Angeles, CA @ Fonda Theatre
Nov. 13th – Los Angeles, CA @ Fonda Theatre
Nov. 14th – San Diego, CA @ The Observatory
Nov. 16th – Pomona, CA @ The Glass House
Nov. 17th – Pioneertown, CA @ Pappy And Harriet’s

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