THE SOUNDS return to the U.S. with a Fall tour including Riot Fest

When the pandemic swept globally, Swedish indie rock group The Sounds were forced to postpone their U.S. tour in support of their first full album in seven years, Things We Do For Love (release date: June 12, 2020viaArnioki Records). Now, they have announced some rescheduled dates and two shows – Los Angeles and Chicago – are already SOLD OUT.

A dynamic and exciting live band, The Sounds thrives and truly enjoys being on the stage in the live performance context. With a tour of intimate rock clubs and theaters that kicks off on September 14th at NYC’s Bowery Ballroom, the band will travel the length of the US with shows in DC (Black Cat on Sept. 15th), Cleveland (Grog Shop on Sept. 16), Chicago (Reggies on Sept. 18th – SOLD OUT), Denver (The Oriental Theater on Sept. 20th), Los Angeles (Troubadour on Sept. 21 – SOLD OUT), San Diego (Music Box on Sept. 22nd), Garden Grove (Garden Amphitheater on Sept. 23rd), and concludes in San Francisco (Great American Music Hall on Sept. 24th). Included on the tour is a hotly-anticipated performance at Chicago’s Riot Fest on September 17th.

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