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In case you needed further proof that the ‘90s never died, Archers Of Loaf just released their first new song in 22 years—presumably in honor of finally reuniting and announcing a new string of tour dates for the first time in nearly a decade. This comes from Stereogum, which doesn’t say if this track (called “Raleigh Days”) is meant to foreshadow some more tracks or a new album, but we would advise against looking a gift Archers in the mouth. You don’t want to jinx it and have to wait another 22 years for a follow-up song. Nobody’s going to be talking about the ‘90s in the 2040s. We’ll be too busy fighting over water.

Here’s “Raleigh Days,” followed by the full list of tour dates. Spoiler alert: The band is going to North Carolina, but… there’s a catch. (They’re not going to Raleigh.)

Archers Of Loaf 2020 Tour Dates

02/21—Carrboro, NC—Cat’s Cradle
02/22—Atlanta, GA—Terminal West
02/07—Nashville, TN—Basement East
03/13—Woodstock, NY—The Colony
03/14—Boston, MA—Royale
04/10—Asheville, NC—The Grey Eagle
04/11—Birmingham, AL—Saturn
04/17—Philadelphia, PA—Underground Arts
04/18—Baltimore, MD—Ottobar
04/30—St. Louis, MO—Delmar Hall
05/01—Lawrence, KS—The Bottleneck
05/02—Omaha, NE—The Waiting Room
05/03—Denver, CO—Bluebird Theater
05/15—Dallas, TX—Deep Ellum Art Co.
05/16—Austin, TX—The Mohawk
05/17—Houston, TX—White Oak Music Hall Downstairs
06/04—Brooklyn, NY—Music Hall of Williamsburg
06/06—New York, NY—Bowery Ballroom
06/19—Richmond, VA—The Broadberry
06/20—Washington, DC—Black Cat
07/09—Portland, OR—Mississippi Studios
07/10—Portland, OR—Mississippi Studios
07/11—Seattle, WA—Showbox
07/12—Vancouver, BC—Imperial
07/24—Minneapolis, MN—Fine Line
07/25—Chicago, IL—Subterranean

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