Piano Goddess Tori Amos just announced a tour of theaters across the U.S., and the Fillmore Miami Beach islucky enough to have her on July 29. Tori is promoting her newest album, Abnormally Attracted to Sin, which is set for a May 19 release date. Last year, Amos hooked back up with Doug Morris, whom she'd worked with during the early 1990s recordings of "Little Earthquakes" and "Under the Pink," and signed with Universal. The singles off her latest album don't exactly hark back to her early 1990s stuff, seeing that the full band is still there and her songs are more upbeat musically. Still, she hasn't dialed back her lyrics or subject material. Stay tuned to Crossfade for updates on ticket availability, or pre-order her album for a chance to buy tickets before the general public. And hit the jump for her newest videos.
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