Vancouver based bedroom pop/indie rock band Peach Pit has released the official video for “Alrighty Aphrodite” from their debut album Being So Normal. Watch it HERE. Directed by Lester Lyons-Hookham, the visual was shot in one take and follows the band as they lurk into the frozen forests of Squamish, BC.

Following sold out shows in New York, Toronto, and Los Angeles last month, Peach Pit has announced a North American headline tour slated for the fall. The 19-city trek kicks off October 9 at Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg and includes stops in Washington D.C, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles and more. See full tour routing below. Tickets go on sale Friday, 7/20 at 10am local time, visit for more information.

Speaking about their tour announcement, the band says: “Last month’s shows in New York, Los Angeles, and Toronto were really fun. We hit a couple speed bumps along the way with guitars falling apart on stage and things like that, but the crowds were so rad it didn’t matter. After touring a bunch over in Europe this year, we’re excited to return to the U.S. and Canada – a little more confident, a little more road worn, a few more hairs in Chris’ stache. See you on the road soon!”

Peach Pit is Vancouver based band comprised of Neil Smith (vocals/guitar), Chris Vanderkooy (guitar), Peter Wilton (bass), and Mikey Pascuzzi (drums). In 2016, the group released their debut EP ‘Sweet F.A’ featuring their viral self-titled song Peach Pit, which has amassed over 14M views on YouTube. Last September, the band released their debut album Being So Normal. Melding teenage angst with bummer summer vibes that have them sounding somewhere between Mac Demarco and Homeshake, Peach Pit has developed a loyal following through extensive touring and quirky music videos.

10/09   Brooklyn, NY               Music Hall of Williamsburg
10/10   Washington, DC          DC9
10/11   Philadelphia, PA          Boot & Saddle
10/12   Boston, MA                 Great Scott
10/13   Montreal, QC              Bar le Ritz
10/15   Toronto, ON                Mod Club
10/16   Detroit, MI                   Shelter
10/17   Chicago, IL                  Schubas
10/19   Omaha, NE                 Slowdown
10/20   Kansas City, MO         Riot Room
10/22   Denver, CO                 Lost Lake
10/23   Salt Lake City, UT       Kilby Court
10/25   Victoria, BC                 Lucky Bar
10/26   Vancouver, BC            Vogue
10/27   Seattle, WA                 Barboza (direct)
10/30   Portland, OR               Doug Fir
11/01   San Francisco, CA      Rickshaw Stop
11/02   Los Angeles, CA         Troubadour
11/03   Long Beach, CA         Tropicalia Festival
11/04   Long Beach, CA         Tropicalia Festival

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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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