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Monday, May 4, 2009

DEASTRO ANNOUNCES U.S. TOUR DATES

Posted on Mon, May 4, 2009 at 3:50 PM

Anticipation seems to be building on a national scale for Deastro's full-band debut LP, Moondagger, which officially arrives on June 23rd via Ghostly International. The "Vermillion Plaza" single -- along with its B-side, a squelchy, lumbering remix by Ghostly Swim featured artist Mux Mool -- drops next Tuesday, May 12th.

Mr. Chabot and crew will be following that up with a quick June tour that's taking them to some of the hottest clubs outside of this city, including Spaceland in the Silverlake district of Los Angeles. Will the phenomenon translate outside of the Motor City? That remains to be seen...but this is a mighty cool start.

Deastro's U.S. June Tour Dates

June 10 - NY @ Mercury Lounge

June 12 - Brooklyn @ Studio B

June 13 - Montreal @ Le Divan Orange

June 15 - Cleveland @ Bside Liquor Lounge

June 17 - Chicago @ Double Door

June 18 - Minneapolis @ 7th Avenue Entry

June 21 - Vancouver @ Media Club

June 22 - Seattle WA @ TBD

June 23 - Portland @ Holocene

June 24 - San Francisco @ Bottom of the Hill

June 25 - LA @ Spaceland

Ghostly International Presents... Deastro from Ghostly International on Vimeo.

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