Liverpool, England-based rock outfit Clinic will see its sophomore Domino album, "Walking With Thee," re-released Aug. 6 via Universal. Originally released in March, the set reached No. 29 on Billboar
Liverpool, England-based rock outfit Clinic will see its sophomore Domino album, "Walking With Thee," re-released Aug. 6 via Universal. Originally released in March, the set reached No. 29 on Billboard's Top Independent Albums chart and has sold 27,000 copies in the U.S. to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Clinic is set to tour the U.S. with spinART act the Apples In Stereo in September and October, with dates kicking off Sept. 24 in Lexington, Ky., and closing Oct. 20 in Washington, D.C. The upcoming jaunt will be only the group's second U.S. tour, and includes an Oct. 2 performance on "The Late Show with David Letterman." Domino/Universal will be releasing the title track from "Walking With Thee" to U.S. modern rock radio outlets next Tuesday (July 23).
As previously reported, the Apples In Stereo are set to release their fourth studio album, "Velocity of Sound," Oct. 8 via spinART. It's the follow-up to 2000's "The Discovery of the World Inside the Moone," and will turn up the volume on its trademark psychedelic rock sound. The Apples' official Web site also reveals that Schneider and XTC mainman Andy Partridge are working on a collaborative album to be released by the end of the year.
XTC's Idea Records set notes that the pair have more than 30 songs written for the project, which will pick up again following Schneider's commitments with The Apples In Stereo.
Here are Clinic and The Apples In Stereo's tour dates:
Sept. 24: Lexington, Ky. (venue TBA)
Sept. 25: Atlanta (Variety Playhouse)
Sept. 27: Houston (Mary Jane's)
Sept. 28: Austin, Texas (Emo's)
Sept. 29: Dallas (Tree's Lounge)
Oct. 4: Los Angeles (El Rey Theatre)
Oct. 5-6: San Francisco (Bimbo's)
Oct. 8: Seattle (Showbox)
Oct. 11: Minneapolis (First Ave.)
Oct. 12: Chicago (Metro)
Oct. 13: Columbus, Ohio (Ohio State University)
Oct. 14: Detroit (St. Andrews Hall)
Oct. 15: Toronto (Phoenix)
Oct. 17: Boston (Roxy)
Oct. 18: Brooklyn, N.Y. (Warsaw)
Oct. 19: New York (Irving Plaza)
Oct. 20: Washington, D.C. (Black Cat)