The Beverleys Announce New Single 'Hoodwink,' North American Tour Dates [SCHEDULE]
The Beverleys have been plotting international domination for months now, and the fruits of their labor are near. The Toronto trio, who describe themselves as "junk punk," will zig-zag around several cities east of the Mississippi — save Dallas — on their upcoming tour, and have also provided fans with a new single, "Hoodwink," which follows their eponymous debut EP.
Listen to "Hoodwink" here:
Here is the schedule, via Brooklyn Vegan, and note that HSY will perform at all events except those with "*":
10/22/14 — Grand Victory (Brixton Agency CMJ) * — Brooklyn, New York
10/23/14 — Shea Stadium (Buzz Records/Ipsum Magazine CMJ Showcase) with Mexican Slang, Vulture S---, Muuy Biien — Brooklyn, New York
10/24/14 — Kung Fu Necktie (Upstairs) with Legendary Divorce, Albondigas — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
10/25/14 — Black Cat — Washington, DC
10/26/14 — Sriracha House with Landline — Atlanta, Georgia
10/27/14 — Caledonia Lounge with Landline — Athens, Georgia
10/29/14 — Three Links with Hex Cult and Mink Coats — Dallas, Texas
10/30/14 — Betty's Bar — Nashville Tennessee
11/2/14 — Empty Bottle with Nonnie Parry — Chicago, Illinois
11/3/14 — UFO Factory — Detroit, Michigan
11/14/14 — Vibrafusion (Steam Whistle presents) — London, Ontario
11/15/14 — 1601 with She Serpent — Montreal, Quebec
11/21/14 — House of TARG (Steam Whistle presents) — Ottowa, Ontario
12/6/14 — The Garrison (Buzz Records and Collective presents) with Odonis Odonis, Greys, Weaves, Dilly Dally * — Toronto, Ontario
The group sat down with Interview Magazine to discuss several aspects of their music, including touring.
"Our first shows were really tiny, like in an art gallery or in a friend's basement," Susan Burke said. "We rented a little space and started playing a few nights a week, just plugging and getting loud, and being a bit ridiculous. It kind of took off from there."
Her sister Steph added, "Obviously, you want people to like you, but it seems only recently that people we don't know have started 'liking' us, or whatever it's called. It's interesting seeing people you don't know show up."