Grouplove Announce New Album 'Healer' and North American Tour

Jeffrey Paul Gunthart


Alternative rock band Grouplove has announced details for their fourth studio album, Healer, in addition to North American tour dates kicking off in March.

The group will bring their new material across the country with stops beginning in New Mexico and running through Arizona, California, Kansas, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Ohio and more. The tour is currently scheduled to close out on May 21 with a performance at Iron City in Birmingham, Ala.

The Healer tour will feature support from Le Shiv and Jealous of the Birds for its spring leg. Additional dates are expected to be announced.

Grouplove are also partnering with The Ally Coalition for the Healer tour. The Ally Coalition is working with the band to bring organizations that support at-risk LGBTQ youth to each show. They will also be joined on the road by HeadCount, a non-partisan organization that promotes participation in democracy through music, culture and digital media.

Grouplove kicked off their much-anticipated return last week with the release of single "Deleter" from the new album that will be released on March 13. Recorded at El Paso, Texas’s famed Sonic Ranch with producer Dave Sitek and at Larrabee Studios in Los Angles with Malay, Healer marks the first new album from Grouplove since 2016’s acclaimed third LP, Big Mess.

Artist and Songkick pre-sales begin tomorrow at 10am local time. Tickets will go on sale to the general public for most markets on Friday at 10am local time. 

Check out a full list of dates below.


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