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Modest Mouse Announce New U.S. Tour Dates for May and June

Strangers to Ourselves Out Now via Epic

Feb 28, 2017 Modest Mouse
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Modest Mouse‘s last album, Strangers to Ourselves, came out back in 2015. Now they have announced some new U.S. tour dates to go down this May and June. They are mainly on the western side of the country. Check out all the dates below, followed by the video for “The Ground Walks, With Time in a Box.”

Modest Mouse Tour Dates:

05-23 Spokane, WA - Knitting Factory
05-24 Eugene, OR - Cuthbert Amphitheater
05-26 Napa, CA - BottleRock
05-28 Pomona, CA - Fox Theater
05-30 San Diego, CA - Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
05-31 Phoenix, AZ - Crescent Ballroom
06-02 Anaheim, CA - House of Blues
06-03 Las Vegas, NV - Brooklyn Bowl
06-05 Salt Lake City, UT - Rockwell Room @ the Complex
06-08 Oklahoma City, OK - Diamond Ballroom
06-09 St Louis, MO - The Pageant
06-10 Lincoln, NE - Pinewood Bowl

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Sabrina Zatar
November 27th 2018

Of all my favorite bands, my relationship with Modest Mouse is the most complicated. I stumbled on the band in 2001 while they were on tour on a DC tour bus and fell hard for The Lonesome Crowded West and The Moon & Antarctica, albums on either side of the Millennium that frequently rank on lists of best albums of their respective decades. As I dug further back into This Is A Long Drive For Someone With Nothing To Think About and Build Nothing Out Of Something, I was fascinated with the band’s looseness. I remember playing these records for a musician friend who didn’t understand why I liked a band that wasn’t very good at their instruments, and I compared it to a little league baseball game in which enthusiasm and intent outweigh execution.