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Friday, August 05, 2011

Frankmusik Hitting The Road With Erasure

As we know, Frankmusik produced Erasure's upcoming 14th (!!!) studio album Tomorrow's World (out October 4). I'm actually listening to it now, and you can relax, Andy and Vince fans — it's light years better than 2008 offering A Light At The End Of The World.

The chorus of the first single "When I Start To Break It All Down" is pretty epic. The song starts off slow, but once it things get into full swing, we're left with a proper sing-along jam on our hands. Another standout: "What Will I Say When You're Gone." Overall, it's pretty safe to say that Erasure has got groove back.

Anyway, more good news: Frankmusik is going on tour with Erasure this fall! Dates below:

August 31 — Tampa, FL (The Ritz Ybor)
September 2 — Orlando, FL (House of Blues)
September 3 — Atlanta, GA (Center Stage
September 4 — Asheville, NC (The Orange Peel)
September 6 — Washington, DC (9:30 Club)
September 7 — Washington, DC (9:30 Club)
September 8 — Philadelphia, PA (Theatre of the Living Arts)
September 10 — Boston, MA (House of Blues)
September 11 — Toronto, ON (Sound Academy)
September 13 — New York, NY (Terminal 5)
September 14 — New York, NY (Terminal 5)
September 16 — Chicago, IL (Congress Theater)
September 17 — Chicago, IL (Congress Theater)
September 18 — Milwaukee, WI (Pabst Theater)
September 20 — Indianapolis, IN (The Vogue Theatre)
September 21 — St. Louis, MO (The Pageant)
September 23 — Austin, TX (Austin City Limits Live)
September 24 — Houston, TX (Verizon Wireless Theatre)
September 25 — Dallas, TX (House of Blues)
September 27 — Denver, CO (Ogden Theatre)
September 28 — Salt Lake City, UT (Kingsbury Hall)
September 30 — Las Vegas, NV (The Palms Concert Theater)
October 1 — Hollywood, CA (Hollywood Palladium)
October 2 — San Diego, CA (House of Blues)
October 4 — Oakland, CA (Fox Theater)
October 5 — Portland, OR (Crystal Ballroom)
October 6 — Seattle, WA (Neptune)

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  • At 5:05 PM, Blogger Fritz Liess said…

    They revealed the cover art today, too.


  • At 9:01 AM, Anonymous s t e p h a n o said…

    My eyes are overflowing with tears of joy!

  • At 10:58 AM, Blogger countpopula said…

    Poor Light at the End of the World gets no respect. The first half was actually quite good (sorry, but I like Sucker for Love)...Sunday Girl, I Could Fall in Love, Fly Away...great songs. The second half was moodier and maybe a bit lesser, but the whole is not that much less than Nightbird really. Now Other People's Songs, Union Street, and Loveboat...


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