Daughters announce tour dates for 2019, in support of their incoming album You Won’t Get What You Want

(Photo credit is Reid Haithcock)
Daughters return to Europe for a full tour in Spring 2019 in support of their new album You Won’t Get What You Want, out October 26th via Ipecac Recordings – available for pre-order at this link. Their first European live dates in over a decade are listed below, including a full UK tour and an appearance at Roadburn Festival. Tickets will go on sale this Friday at 10am BST.
Pleased to announce we are returning to Europe for the first time in twelve years; while also making our first trip to Russia. We look forward to the company of old friends, years removed, and the pleasure of making many new ones. See you all soon.” – says Alexis Marshall, Daughters vocalist.
Daughters 2019 tour dates:
Fri 05 Apr Russia St Petersburg MOD Club 
Sat 06 Apr Russia Moscow Pravda
Mon 08 Apr Germany Munich Backstage Club
Tue 09 Apr Germany Stuttgart Juha West
Wed 10 Apr France Paris Point Ephemere
Thu 11 Apr Belgium Brussels Botanique – Witloofbar
Fri 12 Apr Germany Berlin Cassiopeia
Sat 13 Apr Germany Hamburg Hafenklang
Sun 14 Apr Netherlands Tilburg Roadburn Festival
Mon 15 Apr UK Ramsgate Music Hall
Tue 16 Apr UK Bristol The Exchange
Wed 17 Apr UK Manchester Deaf Institute
Thu 18 Apr UK Glasgow The Hug & Pint 
Fri 19 Apr UK Leeds Brudenell Social Club
Sat 20 Apr UK London The Lexington
Previously released songs from You Won’t Get What You Want include “The Reason They Hate Me”, “Satan in the Wait” and “Long Road, No Turns”.  
Daughters is vocalist Alexis Marshall, guitar player Nick Sadler, drummer Jon Syverson and bass player Sam Walker. Following the release of their 2010 self-titled album, the band took an indefinite hiatus, returning in 2013 for a pair of sold out hometown shows in Providence, and a subsequent smattering of live dates in the intervening years, including joining Dillinger Escape Plan for their final live outings in December of 2017. Daughters have been hailed for their visceral performances, both live and on record, with Pitchfork describing them as “manic” and “pummeling” and Punk News pointing to their “frantic energy” and “spastic urgency.”.  Upon hearing “Satan,” Revolver said the band had been “…refurbishing their hardcore tool shed with playful, interwoven melodies, full-bodied production and powerful vocals, courtesy of frontman Alexis Marshall,” while Tiny Mix Tapes said the Providence-based outfit’s new music was “better than ever!” – we couldn’t agree more!

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