Alice Glass has announced a 15-show run of North American tour dates – dubbed the ‘Trauma Bond’ tour – in support of her debut solo album ‘PREY//IV’.
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The tour will kick off in San Francisco on Wednesday September 7, running through the rest of the month and concluding with three shows in late October. French-American synthpop artist Uffie will join Glass at each headlining show as her main support act.
In addition to her own shows, Glass will also perform at this year’s Riot Fest in Chicago, appearing alongside the likes of My Chemical Romance, the original Misfits and Nine Inch Nails. A full list of tour dates are available below. Find tickets for the shows here.
‘PREY//IV’ was released back in February, via Glass’ own label imprint Eating Glass Records. It was supported by four singles: ‘Suffer And Swallow’, ‘Baby Teeth’, ‘Fair Game’ and ‘Love Is Violence’. In a four-star review, NME‘s El Hunt wrote that “many of these songs are couched in layers of rave, industrial dance and even flickers of upbeat and slightly saccharine contemporary pop”.
“As deep as her lyrics dig into shadowy darkness, the record’s unrelenting pulse feels like a cathartic release,” the review read.
Alice Glass’ North American ‘Trauma Bond’ tour dates are:
Wednesday 7 – San Francisco, The Independent
Friday 9 – Portland, Star Theater
Saturday 10 – Vancouver, Hollywood Theatre
Sunday 11 – Seattle, Chop Suey
Wednesday 14 – Salt Lake City, Metro Music Hall
Thursday 15 – Denver, Convergence Station
Saturday 17 – Saint Paul, Amsterdam Bar & Hall
Sunday 18 – Chicago, Riot Fest*
Tuesday 20 – Toronto, Lee’s Palace
Wednesday 21 – Montreal, Le Belmont
Friday 23 – Cambridge, The Middle East
Saturday 24 – Baltimore, Ottobar
Sunday 25 – Brooklyn, Warsaw
Saturday 29 – Los Angeles, Fonda Theatre
Sunday 30 – San Diego, Music Box
Monday 31 – Pomona, The Glass House
* – Uffie not appearing
In March, Glass asked Machine Gun Kelly to apologise for his “predatory behaviour towards underage girls”, stemming from comments that Kelly had made in old interviews. Pointing to quotes from Kelly that excused statutory rape on the merit of the perpetrator’s status, Glass said: “These are the same arguments I heard as a young teenager. Arguments that were used to exploit me.”
In 2014, Glass left Crystal Castles shortly after the release of their third album ‘III’. Three years later, she issued a statement alleging the abuse and manipulation she had endured throughout her time with bandmate Ethan Kath, who has consistently denied the allegations.
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