'68: Announces Fall Headlining Tour.

(New York, NY) If you thought Atlanta-based rock duo '68 would be taking a break […]
September 24, 2017

(New York, NY) If you thought Atlanta-based rock duo '68 would be taking a break for the holidays, think again. Due to high demand, '68 will be touring across the US for the remainder of 2017. With only a one-month gap between their current tour with The Bronx and Plague Vendor, the band plans to kick off their Fall headlining tour at Slidebar in Fullerton, CA on November 8th. Joining them will be prog-rock outfit Stolas and heavy indie-rock band Alistair Hennessey on the first leg. Beginning November 30th, '68 will continue the second leg of the tour with co-headliners/noise rockers Whores. and support from Alistair Hennessey. All tickets will go on sale this Friday, September 22nd at 10:00am local times. For more information, please visit:


Upcoming Shows:

w/ The Bronx, Plague Vendor
September 22 ' Los Angeles, CA ' El Rey Theatre
September 23 ' Phoenix, AZ ' Rebel Lounge
September 24 ' Tucson, AZ ' 191 Toole
September 26 ' Austin, TX ' Barracuda Outdoors
September 27 ' Dallas, TX ' Curtain Club
September 28 ' Houston, TX ' White Oak Music Hall
September 29 ' New Orleans, LA ' The Parish
September 30 ' Atlanta, GA ' The Loft
October 1 ' Louisville, KY ' Louder Than Life (daytime set)
October 1 ' Nashville, TN ' Exit/In (nighttime set)
October 3 ' Richmond, VA ' Strange Matter
October 4 ' Baltimore, MD ' Ottobar
October 6 ' Philadelphia, PA ' First Unitarian Church
October 7 ' Asbury Park, NJ ' House Of Independents
October 8 ' Brooklyn, NY ' Brooklyn Night Bazaar
October 10 ' Detroit, MI ' The El Club
October 11 ' Chicago, IL ' Subterranean
October 12 ' Kansas City, MO ' Riot Room
October 15 ' Denver, CO ' Globe Hall
October 17 ' Salt Lake City, UT ' Urban Lounge
October 18 ' Las Vegas, NV ' The Bunkhouse
October 19 ' San Diego, CA ' The Casbah

w/ Stolas, Alistair Hennessy
November 8 ' Fullerton, CA ' Slidebar
November 9 ' Van Nuys, CA ' White Oak
November 10 'Bakersfield, CA ' Jerry's Pizza
November 11 ' San Francisco, CA ' DNA Lounge
November 12 ' Sacramento, CA ' Holy Diver
November 14 ' Denver, CO ' Marquis Theater
November 16 ' Omaha, NE ' Lookout Lounge
November 18 ' Newport, MN ' Opinion Brewing CO.
November 19 ' Iowa City, IA ' Gabe's
November 22 ' Birmingham, AL ' The Syndicate Lounge

w/ Whores, Alistair Hennessy
November 30 ' Tampa, FL ' Crowbar
December 1 ' Gainesville, FL ' High Dive
December 2 ' Margate, FL ' O'Malley's
December 3 ' Orlando, FL ' Backbooth
December 5 ' Jacksonville, FL ' Nighthawks
December 6 - Columbia, SC ' New Brooklyn Tavern
December 7 ' Chapel Hill, NC ' Local 506
December 8 ' Philadelphia, PA ' Voltage Lounge
December 9 ' Amityville, NY ' Amityville Music Hall
December 10 ' Cambridge, MA ' Sonia
December 12 ' Canton, OH ' Buzzbin Art & Music Shop
December 13 ' Indianapolis, IN ' The Hoosier Dome
December 14 ' Springfield, MO ' Outland Ballroom
December 15 ' Memphis, TN ' Growlers
December 16 ' New Orleans, LA ' Gasa Gasa
December 17 ' Atlanta, GA ' Masquerade *No AH*

The two-piece released their video for "Eventually We All Win" this month. The video, directed by Oleg Rooz, is a montage of footage taken while on their headlining world tour earlier this year. "Eventually We All Win" has become a fan favorite since the release of their latest record and was noted as a top pick by Alternative Press and Exclaim! who asserted: "The two-minute flirt of a track will hook longtime fans with a taste of vintage Scogin, but offers enough novelty to compel first-timers, too." Check it out, here:

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Josh Scogin (The Chariot, Norma Jean) and bandmate Michael McClellan are known to channel everything from the intensity of At The Drive-In to Jack White-like vocals to a setup similar to The Black Keys. Together they released Two Parts Viper via Cooking Vinyl on June 2nd, 2017 to mass critical acclaim from several outlets including Alternative Press, Exclaim!, Paste Magazine, Rock Sound and Live Nation's Bring The Noise. Alternative Press raved about '68, stating: "!Scogin and [McClellan] bring the noise in the most righteous ways, caring less about the scene they came up through, the bloodless drivel that passes as 'indie' and the boring earnestness currently permeating 'punk'. Two Parts Viper is the best record of the year." The 10-track record is available for purchase now on all major music services including Amazon, iTunes, and Spotify, here:



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