Synthpop pioneer Erasure is back with Tomorrow's World, the band’s first album in more than four years. The new album is due out in the fall and produced by noted artist/remixer Frankmusik (Lady Gaga, Pet Shop Boys).
After Erasure’s recent triumphant return to the stage for Short Circuit Presents: Mute at the Roundhouse, London - a one-off performance which saw Vince Clarke perform with special guests Alison Moyet and Feargal Sharkey, plus a performance at 2011’s Ultra Music Festival, Erasure is bringing the new album to the U.S. for their first tour in five years.
Tickets go on sale June 24 via Ticketmaster and Ticketfly outlets. Anyone preordering the album (likely through the band's website) will get early access to tracks from Tomorrow's World before the tour starts.
Tomorrow’s World was written in New York, London, and at Vince Clarke’s cabin studio in Maine following a short break, which found Andy Bell recording and releasing his second solo album Non Stop, and Vince Clarke reuniting with former Yazoo partner Alison Moyet for a recent tour.
From Lady Gaga to La Roux, the futurist, electronic sound Erasure championed is more relevant today than ever, and once again re-charging the global music scene.
U.S Tour Dates:
Aug. 31 Tampa, FL The Ritz Ybor
Sept. 2 Orlando, FL House of Blues
Sept. 3 Atlanta, GA Center Stage
Sept. 4 Asheville, NC Orange Peel
Sept. 6 Washington, DC 9:30 Club
Sept. 7 Washington, DC 9:30 Club
Sept. 8 Philadelphia, PA Theatre of Living Arts
Sept. 10 Boston, MA House of Blues
Sept. 11 Toronto, ON Sound Academy
Sept. 13 New York, NY Terminal 5
Sept. 14 New York, NY Terminal 5
Sept. 16 Chicago, IL Congress Theatre
Sept. 17 Chicago, IL Congress Theatre
Sept. 18 Milwaukee, WI Pabst Theater
Sept. 20 Indianapolis, IN The Vogue Theatre
Sept. 21 St. Louis, MO The Pageant
Sept. 23 Austin, TX ACL Live
Sept. 24 Houston, TX Verizon Wirless Theatre
Sept. 25 Dallas, TX House of Blues
Sept. 27 Denver, CO Ogden Theater
Sept. 28 Salt Lake City, UT Kingsbury Hall
Sept. 30 Las Vegas, NV The Palms Concert Theater
Oct. 1 Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Palladium
Oct. 2 San Diego, CA House of Blues
Oct. 4 Oakland, CA Fox TheatreOct. 5 Portland, OR Crystal Ballroom
Oct. 6 Seattle, WA Neptune