Legendary Pink Dots back on tour

The Legendary Pink Dots — my favorite band — will launch a new album on Oct. 5 called Seconds Late for the Brighton Line. They are also about to tour North America to celebrate their 30th anniversary. The tour was postponed temporarily due to a lineup change and some health issues with lead singer/songwriter Ed Ka-Spel’s mother. I’ve heard a little bit from the new album and I’m pretty excited. Lord willin’ and the creek don’t rise, I will be there when the band turns up in Austin in November. If they come to your town, you should check them out. You won’t hear anything else like them.


Fri Oct 15 – Biltmore, Vancouver, BC
Sat Oct 16 – El Corazon, Seattle, WA
Mon Oct 18 – Club Sound, Salt Lake City, UT
Tue Oct 19 – Gothic Theater, Englewood, CO
Thur Oct 21 – Triple Rock, Minneapolis, MN
Fri Oct 22 – Double Door, Chicago, IL
Sat Oct 23 – Rumba Café, Columbus, OH
Sun Oct 24 – Grog Shop, Cleveland, OH
Mon Oct 25 – Magic Stick, Detroit, MI
Tue Oct 26 – The Mod Club, Toronto, ON
Thur Oct 28 – Middle East Upstairs, Cambridge, MA
Fri Oct 29 – Le Poisson Rouge, New York, NY
Sat Oct 30 – DC9, Washington, DC
Mon Nov 1 – M Room, Philadelphia, PA
Tue Nov 2 – Thunderbird Café, Pittsburgh, PA
Wed Nov 3 – Local 506, Chapel Hill, NC
Thur Nov 4 – The Masquerade, Atlanta, GA
Fri Nov 5 – The Plaza Theatre, Orlando, FL
Sat Nov 6 – Orpheum, Tampa, FL
Tue Nov 9 – House of Blues Dallas, Dallas, TX
Wed Nov 10 – Elyslum, Austin, TX
Sun Nov 14 – The Rhythm Room, Scottsdale, AZ
Mon Nov 15 – The Casbah, San Diego, CA
Tue Nov 16 – Echoplex, Echo Park, CA
Wed Nov 17 – Sainte Rocke, Hermosa Beach, CA
Thur Nov 18 – The Detroit Bar, Costa Mesa, CA
Fri Nov 19 – Café Du Nord, San Francisco, CA
Sat Nov 20 – Café Du Nord, San Francisco, CA
Mon Nov 22 – Doug Fir Lounge, Portland, OR

Here are three songs from the new album:
Go to HERE to buy the album.
And if you missed it, here’s my little love song to the band, written a few months back: Sing While You May, advice from the Legendary Pink Dots

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One response to “Legendary Pink Dots back on tour

  1. Pingback: No Star Too Far – My take on Legendary Pink Dots’ Nov. 10, 2010 concert in Austin « The MusicMissionary

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