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Waxahatchee announces new album, spring tour dates

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What started as the nom de plume for Katie Crutchfield’s solo project, Waxahatchee grew in stature on its sophomore album Cerulean Salt, a record that ended up on many best-of-2013 lists, including our own. That attention resulted in the band signing to Merge Records, which has announced an April 7 release for Waxahatchee’s third album, Ivy Tripp. Merge has also debuted that album’s first song, “Air,” showing that Crutchfield has taken yet another leap forward from the lo-fi, acoustic songs of her debut, American Weekend.


Waxahatchee has further announced tour dates that will see the band traversing both North America and Europe this spring. The touring version of Waxahatchee will see Crutchfield joined by her sister Allison and members of her band Swearin’, making it the closest the Crutchfields have come to reuniting the great, underappreciated P.S. Eliot.


Waxahatchee tour dates:

January 26—St. Pancras Church—London, United Kingdom
January 28—L’Espace B—Paris, France
January 31—Botanique—Brussels, Belgium
February 1—Paradiso—Amsterdam, Netherlands
February 4—Monarch—Berlin, Germany
April 7—The Black Cat—Washington, D.C. ^
April 8—Union Transfer—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ^ %
April 9—Music Hall of Williamsburg—Brooklyn, New York ^ %
April 10—Clementine—Harrisonburg, Virginia ^
April 11—Cat’s Cradle Backroom—Carrboro, North Carolina ^
April 12—The Mothlight—Asheville, North Carolina ^
April 13—Drunken Unicorn—Atlanta, Georgia ^
April 15—The Bottletree—Birmingham, Alabama ^
April 16—The Wooly—Gainesville, Florida ^
April 17—Club Down Under—Tallahassee, Florida ^
April 18—Vinyl Music Hall—Pensacola, Florida ^
April 19—Gasa Gasa—New Orleans, Louisiana ^
April 20—Walters Downtown—Houston, Texas ^
April 21—Red 7—Austin, Texas ^
April 22—Rubber Gloves—Denton, Texas ^
April 24—Sister—Albuquerque, New Mexico %
April 25–Valley Bar–Phoenix, Arizona %
April 26—The Casbah—San Diego, California %
April 28—The Roxy—Los Angeles, California %
April 29—Great American Music Hall—San Francisco, California %
May 1—Doug Fir—Portland, Oregon %
May 2—Biltmore Cabaret—Vancouver, British Columbia %
May 3—The Crocodile—Seattle, Washington %
May 6—Triple Rock Social Club—Minneapolis, Minnesota %
May 7—Empty Bottle—Chicago, Illinois %
May 8—The Beat Kitchen—Chicago, Illinois %
May 9—UFO—Detroit, Michigan %
May 10—The Garrison—Toronto, Ontario %
May 11—Bar Le Ritz PDB—Montreal, Quebec %
May 12—The Monkey House—Burlington, Vermont %
May 13—The Sinclair—Boston, Massachusetts %
May 14—Greenwich Odeum—East Greenwich, Rhode Island %
June 8—Blue Shell—Koln, Germany
June 10—Electric Ballroom—London, United Kingdom
June 11—The Fleece—Bristol, United Kingdom
June 12—The Ruby Lounge—Manchester, United Kingdom
June 13—Button Factory—Dublin, Ireland
June 14—McHughs—Belfast, United Kingdom
Jun 15—Stereo—Glasgow, United Kingdom
June 16—The Cluny—Newcastle, United Kingdom
June 17—The Brudenell Social Club—Leeds, United Kingdom
June 18—The Harley—Sheffield, United Kingdom
June 19—Joiners—Southampton, United Kingdom
June 20—Bleach—Brighton, United Kingdom

^ = w/ The Goodbye Party
% = w/ Girlpool

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