The Devil Makes Three has announced tour dates in support of their forthcoming album, Chains Are Broken, set to release later this summer with a slew of shows to follow.
Hailing from Santa Cruz, California, the country-rock group is scheduled to stop for a handful of shows in their home state, including Oakland, Chico, Eugene, Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Diego, and San Luis Obispo. The tour will kick-off in Nottingham, UK on September 10, and continue in cities like London, Berlin, Amsterdam, and Hamburg through late September before they head back to the U.S. The North American leg of the trek will begin on October 24 in Flagstaff, Arizona and wrap-up on November 10 in Portland, Oregon.
Preceding the tour, the group will make stops at various music festivals including Wisconsin’s Blue Ox Music Festival, Vermont’s Friendly Gathering, and the Taste of Randolph in Chicago, Illinois. The trio, Pete Bernhard, Lucia Turino and copper McBean, will be joined by touring drummer Stefan Amidon. There is no announcement at this time of opening acts.
Chains Are Broken is the band’s first record featuring new material in five years, following their 2013 LP I’m a Stranger Here. The 11-track album will feature mixes of country, blues, rock and folk with the single “Paint My Face,” released last week. The record is due August 24 via New West Records.
“I always want our songs to unfold like short stories,” Bernhard told Rolling Stone Country. “You could think of them as chapters of a book. This was a much more personal album about what it takes to be a writer of any kind – and what you have to do to make your dream possible.”
Check out the full list of tour dates below and visit Ticket Club to find tickets to a show this year.
Devil Makes Three ‘Chains Are Broken Tour’ Dates 2018
September 10 — Nottingham, UK @ Rock City – Basement
September 11 — Glasgow, Scotland @ Oran Mor
September 12 — Manchester, UK @ Deaf Institute
September 13 — Birmingham, UK @ Hare & Hounds
September 14 — London, UK @ Islington Assembly Hall
September 16 — Leffinge, Belgium @ Leffingeleuren Festival
September 17 — Cologne, Germany @ Luxor
September 18 — Hamburg, Germany @ Knust
September 19 — Berlin, Germany @ Columbia Theater
September 21 — Zurich, Switzerland @ Mascotte
September 22 — Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Melkweg
September 23 — Groningen, Netherlands @ De Oosterpoort
October 24 — Flagstaff, AZ @ Orpheum Theater
October 25 — San Diego, CA @ House of Blues
October 26 — San Luis Obispo, CA @ Alex Madonna Expo Center
October 27 — Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater
October 28 — Chico, CA @ Senator Theatre
October 31 — Eugene, OR @ McDonald Theatre
November 1 — Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades
November 2 — Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades
November 3 — Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern
November 4 — Stateline, NV @ Montbleu Resort Casino
November 7 — Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom
November 8 — Seattle, WA @ Showbox SoDO
November 9 — Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom
November 10 — Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom
Last Updated on June 12, 2018 by Olivia Perreault