(US) After show-stopping performances at Coachella and Glastonbury earlier this year, The Cribs will bring their legendary live show to clubs across North America this fall. The band will hit major markets across the US and Canada, including shows in Chicago (at Thalia Hall on September 16), Brooklyn (at Music Hall of Williamsburg on September 22), and Philadelphia (at Underground Arts on September 26), among others.
The band are touring in support of their newest album For All My Sisters, released earlier this year in North America on Arts & Crafts. Having reconvened over the last year in Wakefield, UK and Portland, OR, the band later decamped to New York and settled in at The Magic Shop studio to record with legendary producer and The Cars’ frontman Ric Ocasek (Weezer, Bad Brains).
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The band’s sixth studio album follows 2013’s career spanning Payola collection and 2012’s UK Top 10 In The Belly Of The Brazen Bull and is The Cribs’ first release for Arts & Crafts. A new label, a new perspective, a new challenge – For All My Sisters marks the start of the next chapter in a decade-long existence that has seen The Cribs continuing to evolve and thrill, ever advancing whilst stockpiling an enviable arsenal of songs.