Modest Mouse (one of the coolest bands for people who went to high school in the ’90s) is officially teaming up with Brand New (one of the coolest bands for people who went to high school in the ’00s) for a co-headlining tour of the United States. That means fans who remember both Bush presidencies will be packing concert halls alongside fans who mostly just remember the second one, and hopefully they’ll be able to put aside that difference in the name of enjoying some angsty rock music. Plus, everyone can bond over how much of a dreamboat Brand New’s Jesse Lacey is.

This comes from Pitchfork, which notes that there will be no opening acts and both Brand New and Modest Mouse will be “performing full headlining sets.” The two bands have some dates on their own before joining forces, and you can see the full schedule below.

Advertisement

Brand New solo

June 1-2—Vogue Theatre—Vancouver, British Columbia

June 4—Union Hall—Edmonton, Alberta

June 5—Macewan Hall Ballroom—Calgary, Alberta

June 6—O’Brians Event Centre—Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

June 9-10—Sound Academy—Toronto, Ontario

June 11—Olympia De Montreal—Montreal, Quebec

Modest Mouse solo

March 19—Auckland City Limits—Auckland, New Zealand

March 21—Enmore Theatre—Sydney, Australia

March 23—Margaret Court Arena—Melbourne, Australia

March 27—Byron Bay Bluesfest—Byron Bay, Australia

April 28—Shreveport Municipal Auditorium—Shreveport, LA

April 29—Alabama Theatre—Birmingham, AL

Modest Mouse/Brand New summer tour

June 28—Saltair—Magna, UT

June 29—Red Rocks Amphitheatre—Morrison, CO

July 1—Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre—Bonner Springs, KS

July 2—Firstmerit Bank Pavilion—Chicago, IL

July 3—DTE Energy Music Theatre—Clarkston, MI

July 5—Stage AE— Pittsburgh, PA

July 6—Koka Booth Amphitheater—Cary, NC

July 8—Bayfront Park Amphitheater—Miami, FL

July 9—MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre—Tampa, FL

July 10—Chastain Park Amphitheater—Atlanta, GA

July 12—Merriweather Post Pavilion—Columbia, MD

July 14—Madison Square Garden—New York, NY

July 15—Xfinity Center—Mansfield, MA

July 16—Mann Center For Performing Arts—Philadelphia, PA

July 19—Ascend Amphitheater—Nashville, TN

July 21—Bok Center—Tulsa, OK

July 22—Verizon Field—Grand Prairie, TX

July 23—Austin360 Amphitheater—Del Valle, TX

July 25—Comerica Theater—Phoenix, AZ

July 26—Sleep Train Amphitheatre—Chula Vista, CA

July 27—The Forum—Inglewood, CA

July 28—Greek Theater—Berkeley, CA

July 30—Keyarena—Seattle, WA

July 31—Moda Center—Portland, OR

Advertisement