Indie act Mice Parade announced today that their latest album, What It Means to Be Left-Handed, will be released Sept. 14 on Fat Cat Records. The group also announced information about their upcoming North American tour, which kicks off Sept. 23 in Allston, Mass. More after the jump.
This North American tour will see a host of talented musicians accompany Mice Parade’s main songwriter and instrumentalist, Adam Pierce. Among these musicians are Caroline Lufkin of Caroline, Dan Lippel, Doug Scharin of Rex and Enablers, and Josh Larue of Played Tomorrow and Sorts. In addition, Gunnar Tynes of Mum will support Mice Parade in NYC, Chicago and Toronto. Also joining Mice Parade will be Fat Cat labelmates Les Shelleys, the duo of FatCat’s Tom Brosseau and his vocal partner Angela Correa. Tour dates are as follows.
Mice Parade North American Tour:
9/23 – Allston Mass. – Great Scott
9/24 – Philadelphia, Pa. – Kung Fu Necktie
9/25 – New York, N.Y. – Le Poisson Rouge
9/27 – Chicago, Ill. – Empty Bottle09.28 – Cleveland, Ohio – Grog Shop
9/29 – Toronto, ON – El Mocambo
9/30 – Montreal, QC – Le Divan Orange (Pop Montreal)
10/1 – Washington, D.C. – Rock & Roll Hotel