July 19, 2021

Death From Above 1979 Announce 2022 North American Tour Dates + Share “Modern Guy” Video

DEATH FROM ABOVE 1979 ANNOUNCE THE “IS 4 LOVERS” 2022 NORTH AMERICAN TOUR 

NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR “MODERN GUY OUT TODAY

TICKETS ON SALE THIS WEEK — DETAILS HERE

Death From Above 1979 (DFA), made up of Sebastien Grainger and Jesse F. Keeler, announce the “Is 4 Lovers” North American tour with dates in March and April 2022. The duo are taking their fourth studio album, Is 4 Lovers (Universal Music Canada), hailed by NME as “their best album since their debut,” out on the road.  

LISTEN TO IS 4 LOVERS HERE

TICKET DETAILS HERE

In addition to the upcoming tour, the duo have shared a dynamic new music video for the track “Modern Guy” — watch it here. The opening track from Is 4 Lovers, and the cyber metal riff monster now has a video to match. Directed by Alex P Smith and shot in Hamilton, Ontario, the video features the dynamic duo in a killer car chase. They said, “‘Modern Guy’ is the first real driving song of the 21st century. So we made a driving video. End of story.”

The 22-date tour kicks off in Washington, DC at Union Stage on March 5, 2022 and includes stops in Montreal, Toronto, Chicago, Los Angeles and more.

Ticket details can be found here.

2021 FESTIVAL DATES:
August 7 — Victoriaville, QC — Rock La Cruze 
September 17 — St John’s, NL — Iceberg Alley
September 19 — Las Vegas, NV — Life Is Beautiful Festival

2022 TOUR DATES:
March 5 — Washington, DC — Union Stage
March 6 — Philadelphia, PA — Underground Arts
March 7 — Brooklyn, NY — Music Hall of Williamsburg
March 9 — Montreal, QC — Corona Theatre
March 10 — Ottawa, ON — Bronson Centre
March 12 — Toronto, ON — Queen Elizabeth Theatre
March 13 — Guelph, ON — Guelph Concert Theatre
March 15 — London, ON — London Concert Theatre
March 16 — Cleveland, OH — Beachland Ballroom
March 17 — Detroit, MI — Majestic Theatre
March 19 — Chicago, IL — Metro
March 20 — Minneapolis, MN — Fine Line
March 21 — Winnipeg, MB — Park Theatre
March 23 — Calgary, AB — Palace Theatre
March 24 — Edmonton, AB — Midway
March 26 — Victoria, BC — Capital Ballroom
March 27 — Vancouver, BC — Commodore Ballroom
March 29 — Tacoma, WA — Fawcett Hall
March 30 — Portland, OR — Doug Fir
April 1 — San Francisco, CA — Great American Music Hall
April 2 — Los Angeles, CA — The Fonda
April 3 — Pioneertown, CA — Pappy and Harriet’s