Manchester Orchestra has announced tour dates set to begin this fall. The tour is in celebration of the band’s 10 year anniversary of their album Mean Everything To Nothing. The tour will kick off in Honolulu, Hawaii Nov. 20 and will continue to make its way stateside, with stops in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Cleveland, Philadelphia, and Brooklyn before concluding Dec. 8 in Worcester, MA. Fellow bands Grouplove, Foxing, O’Brother, Kevin Devine, and Brother Bird will join the band at their Atlanta, GA stop for their annual Thanksgiving celebration The Stuffing. Tickets for the tour will go on sale Friday, Aug. 9 at 12 pm local time. Tickets can be purchased on the band’s website and check out the full list of the newly announced dates below.
Mean Everything To Nothing was released in 2009 with much critical acclaim and is noted as a fan favorite. The Alternative Press described it as “a masterpiece of intricacy and honesty.” The group’s last debuted their new song “I Know How To Speak” at last year’s Bonnaroo, with fans eventually getting the studio version later in the year. It follows their 2017 album A Black Mile To The Surface, which included production by Catherine Marks, who has previously worked with The Killers, John Congleton, who has worked with St. Vincent and Angel Olsen, and their longtime collaborator, Dan Hannon.