ALL-NIGHTER: U.K. darling Kate Nash has announced plans for a headlining homeland tour following the announcement of new single "3 AM" (Feb. 18) and album "Girl Talk" (March 4). Booked by the Richard de la Font Agency, the tour will kick off in Nottingham, England, at the Rescue Rooms (April 6) and make stops including Oran Mor in Glasgow, Scotland (April 14) and the 100 Club in London (May 1).
BEEP BEEP: Promoting new album "Anything in Return," chillwave guru Toro Y Moi has added North American dates to an already expansive trek across Europe, with Dog Bite, Wild Belle and Sinkane opening select shows. Booked by the Windish Agency, the North American run launches in Phoenix at the Crescent Ballroom (Jan. 30) and will hit 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C. (Feb. 10), Metro in Chicago (Feb. 19) and elsewhere.
RISING TIDE: Nashville pop/rock outfit Dinner and a Suit will head out on a string of dates through February and March, joined by the Rocketboys, Mike Mains and the Branches on select dates. Following a mention on the MTV Buzzworthy blog as well as in Seventeen magazine's "17 Bands Everyone Should Be Talking About," the group sets off from Czar Bar in Kansas City, Mo. (Feb. 15) before hitting High Watt in Nashville (Feb. 17) and Rockwood Music Hall in New York (Feb. 27) and appearing at South by Southwest in Austin (March 13-15).
SPELLBOUND: Electro duo Crystal Castles have announced a tour spanning the United States, Mexico and Europe. Booked by the Windish Agency, the run will start in the Eastern Hemisphere, landing at Big Day Out in Sydney (Jan. 18) and Akasaka Blitz in Tokyo (Jan. 30) before hitting Alcatraz in Milan (Feb. 24) and Rockefeller in Oslo (March 5). Heading west, they'll play the Pepsi Center in Mexico City (April 12), Tabernacle in Atlanta (April 17), Roseland Ballroom in Portland, Ore. (Feb. 29) and Ram's Head in Baltimore (May 11).