Today in Jeff Rosenstock: Tour with Andrew Jackson Jihad

Image by The A.V. ClubIn the past few days, The A.V. Club has revealed that they are sponsoring folk-punk band Andrew Jackson Jihad’s upcoming spring tour early next year. Supporting them on this two month tour are what-should-be-obvious-at-this-point Jeff Rosenstock, The Smith Street Band (who’s latest album was recorded by Rosenstock), and Brooklyn’s pop-punks Chumped. The tour is to promote AJJ’s pretty solid 2014 album Christmas Island, which you can hear in full via Side One Dummy’s Youtube channel. What’s more is that The A.V. Club will be premiering new material and videos from the bands on the tour, which could very easily mean first looks at Jeff’s second solo album, which should be released during or around the time this tour will be underway. Additionally, the site will be hosting contests over the next few months to win copies of the tour’s band’s latest albums.

The tour stops in Boston on March 21st at The Royale, and tickets for the show will go on sale this Friday, 12/12 (prepare yourself for an update featuring a link!).

UPDATE 12/12: Tickets can be purchased via Bowery Boston.

Andrew Jackson Jihad Tour 2k14 feat. Jeff Rosenstock, The Smith Street Band, Chumped:

March 18–Baltimore Soundstage–Baltimore, Maryland
March 19–Union Transfer–Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
March 20–Warsaw–Brooklyn, New York
March 21–Royale–Boston, Massachusetts
March 22–Petit Cmapus–Montreal, Quebec
March 24–Lee’s Palace–Toronto, Ontario
March 25–Grog Shop–Cleveland, Ohio
March 26–The Magic Stick–Detroit, Michigan
March 27–Metro–Chicago, Illinois
March 28–Mill City Nights–Minneapolis, Minnesota
March 29–The Granada–Lawrence, Kansas
March 31–Summit Music Hall–Denver, Colorado
April 2–The Shredder–Boise, Idaho
April 3–Neumos–Seattle, Washington
April 4–Rickshaw–Vancouver, British Columbia
April 5–Wonder Ballroom–Portland, Oregon
April 7–Slims–San Francisco, California
April 10–Irenic–San Diego, California
April 11–EchoPlex–Los Angeles, California

In preparation for the tour, check out our favorite Andrew Jackson Jihad song below:

Alex Chiasson

Alex Chiasson is a writer for Boston Ska (dot) net. Alex's first experience with ska involved referring to it as "that music with the horns, right?". He's gotten better with categorization, but he also has this weird thing about staying humble. You can see Alex perform with The New Limits.

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