‘Madonna’ 20 Year Anniversary Tour 2019

…And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead will mark two decades since the release of ‘Madonna’ with an anniversary tour.

 

01|02 – London, England. The Garage
02|02 – Birmingham, England. Castle & Falcon
03|02 – Newcastle, England. Riverside
04|02 – Leeds, England. Brudenell Social Club
05|02 – Bath, England. Komedia
06|02 – Manchester, England. Manchester Academy
07|02 – Glasgow, Scotland. The Art School
08|02 – Oxford, England. O2 Academy
09|02 – Bedford, England. Esquires
10|02 – Cambridge, England. Storey’s Field Center
11|02 – Brighton, England. The Haunt
12|02 – Antwerp, Belgium. Trix
13|02 – Groningen, Netherlands. Vera
14|02 – Utrecht, Netherlands. Tivolivredenburg
16|02 – Zurich, Switzerland. Mascotte
19|02 – Dusseldorf, Germany. ZAKK
21|02 – Schorndorf, Germany. Manufaktur
22|02 – Erlangen, Germany. E-Werk
23|02 – Bologna, Italy. Covo Club
25|02 – Dresden, Germany. Beatpol
26|02 – Mainz, Germany. KUZ
27|02 – Osnabruck, Germany. Bastard Club
04|03 – Tokyo, Japan. Shindaita
05|03 – Tokyo, Japan. Club Fever

UK Tour with My Vitriol

UK shows announced! With special London-only performances of ‘Source Tags & Codes’ and ‘Madonna’.

November

4 Bedford, Esquires (Conrad Keely solo show) Tickets
8 Edinburgh, Summerhall Tickets
9 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club Tickets
11 Coventry, Casbah Tickets
12 Bristol, Thekla Tickets
13 Nottingham, Rescue Rooms Tickets
14 Newcastle, O2 Academy 2 Tickets
15 Manchester, Gorilla Tickets
19 & 20 London, Koko Tickets

All shows with our UK friends My Vitriol.

West Coast US Dates

The long-awaited West Coast dates have been announced!

June:
15 Pomona, CA – Glasshouse
16 San Diego, CA – Casbah
17 Los Angeles, CA – Echo Plex
18 San Francisco, CA – Slims
20 Portland, OR – Wonder Ballroom
21 Vancouver, BC – Electric Owl
22 Olympia, WA – Capitol Theater
23 Seattle, WA – Nuemo’s

For all upcoming shows check out the Voyages page.

South by South West, 2011

It has been a harrowing, hell-going week, my friends. I look forward to sitting on a plane heading for Texas and the SXSW music convention with the stresses of the Big Apple behind me. For me the airplane seat has always been a place of great comfort and solace. I look around with pity at the anxious faces of those who hate to fly, who find the seats cramped and the whole stress of the airport too much for their hearts to handle. I side more with Louis CK, who reminds us that when we’re in the air we ought to liken ourselves more to Greek gods than packed sardines, that the wonders of flight far outweigh its anxieties.
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