TUNIC BRINGING THEIR DAZZLING HARDCORE CHAOS ACROSS NORTH AMERICA THIS MONTH – TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
TUNIC BRINGING THEIR DAZZLING HARDCORE CHAOS ACROSS NORTH AMERICA STARTING TODAY – TICKETS HERE!
NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR “RITUALS” OUT NOW – WATCH HERE!
Starting today Winnipeg’s own TUNIC are headed on the road across North America in support of their sophomore album Quitter, released in fall 2021 via Artoffact Records. The 13-date trek kicks off in Victoria, BC today and will wrap in Kansas City on December 16th. Tickets for the tour are on sale NOW at THIS location. All tour dates listed below.
“To wrap up this year of touring we’ll finally be bringing our album Quitter to the west coast. It’s been years since we’ve seen the Pacific and we can’t wait to play these shows. Also, we’ll be debuting a few new songs this run that’ll be coming out on our next year on our new album,” explains David Schellenberg (vocals).
In addition to the exciting tour announcement, the band has also released a brand new music video for their stand-alone single “Rituals”, released earlier this year. Watch the music video HERE!
12-01-2022 — Victoria, BC – Carlton Project
12-02-2022 — Vancouver, BC – Green Auto
12-03-2022 — Portland, OR – High Water Mark
12-04-2022 — Seattle, WA – Substation
12-06-2022 — Oakland, CA – Golden Bull
12-07-2022 — Long Beach, CA – Alex’s Bar
12-09-2022 — Los Angeles, CA – Resident
12-10-2022 — San Diego, CA – Tower Bar
12-11-2022 — Phoenix, AZ – Rebel Lounge
12-13-2022 — Austin, TX – Chess Club
12-14-2022 — Denton, TX – Rubber Gloves
12-15-2022 — Oklahoma City, OK – Sanctuary
12-16-2022 — Kansas City, MO – miniBar
In Fall 2021 Tunic released their sophomore album, Quitter via Artoffact Records. The album hit several end-of-year lists including Exclaim Magazine’s “25 Great Canadian Albums You Might Have Missed in 2021” and Flood Magazine’s “15 Albums from 2021 That You Should Know.” It also saw coverage from Northern Transmissions, Decibel, Invisible Oranges, New Noise Magazine, Echoes and Dust and had features on The Strombo Show, SiriusXM The Verge, CBC Radio, Idobi Howl and also charted on Earshot! for 17 consecutive weeks.
MORE ABOUT TUNIC:
Formed in 2012, Winnipeg’s Tunic was borne of spite — formed after being told Schellenberg “wasn’t good enough” for another band. Abandoning someone else’s dreams for his own, Tunic sought out a sound inspired by the melodic approaches of Quicksand and Superchunk, venom and heartache in Converge and calculated instrumental prowess behind Cult Leader. Releasing their debut 7” in 2015, Tunic has since charged across the globe relentlessly, zigging and zagging as part of more than a dozen jaunts in North America and Europe, as well as tagging shows with a varied lot that includes names like Ken Mode, Single Mothers and even Hank Wood and the Hammerheads. Tunic’s bloodlust for the road has caused some turnover in membership, not to mention bouts with tinnitus, hangovers and exhaustion.