RWAKE: More Tour Dates Announced

Arkansas sludge kingpins RWAKE have lined up the following dates:

Jun. 29 - Little Rock, AR - Juanita's
Jul. 14 - Little Rock, AR - Downtown Music
Jul. 18 - Columbia, MO - Mojo's
Jul. 19 - Chicago, IL - The Note
Jul. 20 - Lansing, MI - Mac's
Jul. 21 - Kent, OH - Club Khameleon
Jul. 22 - Boston, MA - TBA
Jul. 23 - Portland ME - Geno's
Jul. 24 - New York NY - Club Midway
Jul. 25 - Baltimore, MD - Ottobar
Jul. 26 - Philadelphia, PA - Land o Smiles Showcase at Millcreek Tavern
Jul. 27 - Washington, DC - Velvet Lounge
Jul. 29 - Asheville, NC - Joli Rouge
Jul. 30 - Nashville, TN - The End

RWAKE recently debuted the first video from its brand new album "Voices of Omens", for the track "Leviticus", via Singingfool.com. The video was shot and directed by Bossi Baker in the band's native Arkansas.

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