Twin Shadow Announces Rescheduled ‘Eclipse’ Tour Dates
If you’re a fan of Brooklyn-based Twin Shadow, then you probably weren’t expecting any big news from the New Wave influenced indie pop singer any time soon. After all, he canceled his planned Ellipse tour, which was to be running right about now, back in August. But oh, how we have a surprise for you! Not only has Twin Shadow revealed the tour is back on, BUT he’s signing with Warner Bros. to handled the release of his next album, which is as yet unnamed but will be do out around the same time he’s hitting the road. He’ll kick things with a show at the Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach, CA on March 12. After that, it’s a run through Texas, including a stint at SXSW from March 18 to 21, and on to a series of shows throughout the South, eventually making his to Washington D.C. and from there on to Brooklyn and stops further North, including into Canada. He’ll play Detroit’s Magic Stick on April 8 and then tool around the Midwest, hitting (among other stops) Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Louis. Twin Shadow will arrive in Seattle on April 23 to play Neumos and then, after shows in the Pacific Northwest, North California, and Nevada, close out the tour at the Henry Fonda Theatre in LA on April 30.
Real name George Lewis Jr., the musician who would be eventually known as Twin Shadow, began his career in the 2000s as a found of the Boston band Mad Man Films. In 2006, Lewis broke of on his own and began creating music, which has a 80s synch pop feel to it, under the name Twin Shadow. In 2010, he released his debut solo album, Forget, which he followed up with 2012’s Confess.