The itinerary kicks off Sept. 23 with the first of two shows in England, and returns to the States for a Sept. 30 gig in Riverside, Calif.
Modern rock act Jimmy Eat World has lined up a host live appearances surrounding the Oct. 19 release of its new Interscope album, "Futures." The itinerary kicks off Sept. 23 with the first of two shows in England, and returns to the States for a Sept. 30 gig in Riverside, Calif.
Jimmy Eat World is also confirmed to appear Oct. 14 on NBC's "Late Night With Conan O'Brien" and Oct. 22 on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live." The band is expected to be on the road through the end of the year.
"Futures" is already off to a strong start thanks to the single "Pain," which zoomed 29-15 in its second week on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart. A "Making the Video" special is tipped to air next month on MTV and MTV2. The second single from the album will likely be "Work."
Oct. 19 will also see the release of the Jimmy Eat World DVD "Believe in What You Want," previously only available from the band's Web site. The film sports 12 tracks recorded in June 2002 at Washington, D.C.'s 9:30 Club, plus a two-song acoustic performance at the city's Inner Ear Studios.
Here are Jimmy Eat World's tour dates:
Sept. 23: London (Carling Academy)
Sept. 24: Northampton, England (Soundhaus)
Sept. 30: Riverside, Calif. (UCR Recreation Center)
Oct. 19: Pomona, Calif. (Glass House)
Oct. 23: Tempe, Ariz. (Tempe Beach Park)
Oct. 24: Tucson, Ariz. (Club Congress)
Oct. 26: Las Vegas (House of Blues)
Oct. 27: Orem, Utah (McKay Events Center)