Trans Am Preps New Album and Tour
After a two-year period during which Nathan Means, Phil Manley, and Sebastian Thomson (a.k.a. Trans Am) resided on three different continents, the post-rock trio known for searing guitars and political fervor has reconvened and is ready to hit the road once more.
A North American tour is scheduled in support of their forthcoming album, Sex Change, which is both a sampling of what the boys were up to while scattered around the world and what's in store for fans in the future.
Limited presale tickets are available for the tour. For non-procrastinators, buy your tickets early and get the album for a mere $8.00.
Sex Change is out February 20, 2007 on Thrill Jockey.
02/22 Buffalo, Buffalo Icon
02/24 New York, Knitting Factory (early show)
02/24 New York, Knitting Factory (late show)
04/10 Washington DC, Black Cat
04/11 Charlottesville, Satellite Ballroom
04/12 Chapel Hill, Local 506
04/13 Atlanta, The Earl
04/14 Birmingham, Bottletree
04/15 Houston, Engine Room
04/16 Austin, Emos Jr.
04/18 Tucson, Club Congress
04/19 San Diego, Casbah
04/20 Hollywood, Troubadour
04/22 Portland, Doug Fir Lounge
04/23 Seattle, Neumos
04/24 Vancouver, Richards on Richards
04/27 Minneapolis, Triple Rock Club
04/28 Chicago, Empty Bottle
04/29 Detroit, Magic Stick
04/30 Toronto, Lees Palace
05/01 Montreal, La Sala Rossa
05/02 Boston, Great Scott
05/04 Philadelphia, Johnny Brendas
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