Surfer Blood Announces Spring 2011 US Tour

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It's crazy when one of your local scene stars goes fucking supernova in the space of a year. But that's been the Surfer Blood story so far ... Big bang. And maybe it's about to get bigger.

Still riding the crest of that massive wave called Astro Coast, the West Palm crew have spent the last few months touring the world alongside the Drums and Interpol, and recording a follow-up EP.

Just today, Surfer Blood announced a co-headlining tour with And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead. The good news: It'll bring the Blood back to these American shores. The bad news: There's no South Florida date.

See full tour schedule after the cut.

Surfer Blood Tour Dates

April 29 New York, NY at Bowery Ballroom

April 30 Boston, MA at Middle East

May 1 Montreal, QC at Le Tulipe

May 3 Toronto, ON at Lee's Palace

May 4 Detroit, MI at Magic Stick

May 5 Columbus, OH at Basement

May 6 Lansing, MI at The Loft

May 7 Chicago, IL at Bottom Lounge

May 8 Cleveland, OH at Grog Shop

May 10 Washington D.C. at Rock and Roll Hotel

May 11 Baltimore, MD at Ottobar

May 12 Philadelphia, PA at First Unitarian Church

May 13 Brooklyn, NY at Brooklyn Bowl

*All shows are co-headlining concerts with And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead.

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