Sept 28th - Weenie Roast 13 @ Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Charlotte, NC
Sept 29th - U Street Music Hall Washington, DC
Oct 1st - The Met, Pawtucket, Rhode Island
Oct 2nd - Brighton Music Hall - Boston, MA
Oct 4th - The Opera House - Toronto, ON Canada
Oct 5th - Chill On The Hill - Freedom Hill Amphitheater Detroit, MI
Oct 6th - Bottom Lounge - Chicago, IL
Oct 7th - A&R Music Bar - Columbus, OH
Oct 9th - Music Hall of Williamsburg - Brooklyn, NY
Oct 10th - The Trocadero - Philadelphia, PA
^ was going to comment similar. Saw them open for Muse at Madison Square Garden. I'm debating diving deeper into their material, and it just seems so strange to know I could watch them open in front of 5,000-10,000+ in New York City in April and then go buy tickets day of for a 500 capacity venue in Brooklyn in October.
I really want to go see these guys play the Chicago show. That's a pretty small venue--I've never seen a show there. This is an incredible opportunity: a chance to see an arena band play a 500-capacity. I only found out about them on accident, it's a shame America doesn't know who they are. Muse was just as unknown until the tail-end of Absolution. I'd hate to see America miss out on these guys.
I was told the endorphin rush when you hear new music goes away after your teens. I heard Biffy Clyro for the first time at 28 and felt that rush again. This band will change your life.
Don't really want to see Morning Parade again in Columbus, but I'm willing to suffer for Biffy Clyro! A&R Bar is like a 500 capacity place too that probably won't come close to being filled... so therefore, I'm pumped!