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Nightlands (The War on Drugs’ Dave Hartley) Announces New Album and Tour, Shares “Lost Moon”

I Can Feel the Night Around Me Due Out May 5 via Western Vinyl

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Nightlands is the Philadelphia-based project of Dave Hartley. As well as releasing two albums as Nightlands, Hartley is the longtime bassist of The War on Drugs. Now he has announced his third Nightlands album, I Can Feel the Night Around Me, and shared its first single, “Lost Moon.” I Can Feel the Night Around Me is due out May 5 via Western Vinyl. He’s also announced some tour dates. Below is “Lost Moon,” followed by the tracklist and cover art, as well as Nightlands’ upcoming tour dates.

I Can Feel the Night Around Me is the follow-up to 2013’s Oak Island. The Nightlands live band is Hartley on vocals and guitar, Anthony LaMarca (The War on Drugs, Dean & Britta) on drums, Eliza Hardy Jones (Strand of Oaks) on keys and vocals, Jesse Hale Moore on keys and vocals, and Scott Churchman (Chubby Checker) on bass.

I Can Feel the Night Around Me Tracklist:

1. Lost Moon
2. Easy Does It
3. You’re Silver
4. Love’s in Love
5. Depending On You
6. Fear of Flying
7. Only You Know
8. Moonbathin
9. Human Hearts

Nightlands Tour Dates:

Mon. May 8 - Vancouver, BC @ Fox Cabaret
Tue. May 9 - Seattle, WA @ The Sunset
Wed. May 10 - Portland, OR @ Doug Fir
Fri. May 12 - San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill
Sat. May 13 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo
Fri. May 19 - Washington, DC @ DC9
Sat. May 20 - New York, NY @ Rough Trade
Mon. May 22 - Boston, MA @ Great Scott
Wed. May 24 - Toronto, ON @ Garrison
Thu. May 25 - Chicago, IL @ Schubas
Fri. May 26 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Spring Sound Series @ The Warhol
Sat. May 27 - Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brendas

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December 26th 2018

I don’t really understand why these bands and artists name their tours a world cheap internet providers tour when all they cover is northern America and no other countries. Anyway, I am glad that they are actually coming to my city too.