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Chelsea Light Moving Making Some Moves

04:01 PM Thursday 1/10/13 |   |

With Sonic Youth still on an indefinite hiatus, that’s given Thurston Moore plenty of time to do his own thing including his work with his new band Chelsea Light Moving. The group has announced a release date for its debut album and a U.S. tour.

Chelsea Light Moving’s self-titled debut is due out March 5 (March 4 in Europe) on Matador Records. The band features Moore as singer/songwriter/guitarist along with Samara Lubelski on bass, Keith Wood (aka Hush Arbors) on electric guitar and drummer John Moloney. Lubelski played violin on Moore’s last two solo albums – Demolished Thoughts and Trees Outside The Academy.

An announcement on Matador’s blog proclaims “the band is ready to detonate any birthday party, wedding or hullaboo in any country, planet or stratosphere that doesn’t support right wing extremist NRA sucking bozo-ology.”

The tour begins March 2 in New Jersey.

March 2 – Hoboken, N.J., Maxwell’s     
March 4 – Charlottesville, Va., The Southern     
March 5 – Asheville, N.C., The Grey Eagle     
March 6 – Raleigh, N.C., King's Barcade     
March 7 – Savannah, Ga., “Savannah Stopover”
March 8 – Atlanta, Ga., The EARL     
March 10 – Denton, Texas, Downtown Denton, “35 Denton Fest”    
March 19 – Los Angeles, Calif., EchoPlex     
March 20 – San Francisco, Calif., Great American Music Hall     
March 22 – Portland, Ore., Doug Fir Lounge     
March 23 – Seattle, Wash., Neumos     
March 27 – Minneapolis, Minn., Triple Rock Social Club     
March 29 – Chicago, Ill., Empty Bottle     
March 30 – Detroit, Mich., Magic Stick     
March 31 – Toronto, Ontario, Lee’s Palace     
April 2 – Pittsburgh, Pa., Mr. Small's Theatre     
April 3 – Philadelphia, Pa., Union Transfer     
April 4 – Washington, D.C., Black Cat     
April 5 – New York, N.Y., Bowery Ballroom     
April 7 – Cambridge, Mass., The Sinclair

Tickets for select dates go on sale beginning Jan. 11. Some shows are already on sale.

For more information click here for Chelsea Light Moving’s blog and here for Matador Records’s blog.

 


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