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To support the release of their latest album, “By Default”, Band of Skulls will embark on a North American tour, kicking off tonight at Boston’s Royale.

To support the release of their latest album, “By Default”, Band of Skulls will embark on a North American tour, kicking off tonight at Boston’s Royale. The band will make further stops at Chicago’s Metro, San Francisco’s The Fillmore, Los Angeles’ Wiltern and New York City’s Terminal 5 among many others. In addition, the band are now confirmed to appear on NBC’s “Last Call with Carson Daly” on October 5 and they recently performed their single “Bodies” as well as “Killer” on “Late Night with Seth Meyers.” Produced by Gil Norton (Pixies, Foo Fighters, Patti Smith) and recorded at Rockfield Studios, By Default finds the band—Emma Richardson (bass, vocals), Russell Marsden(guitar, vocals) and Matt Hayward (drums)—following up on their acclaimed 2014 release, Himalayan, by making a conscious decision to take a step back from their relentless world-wide touring schedule, having never spent more than a month off the road in the last two years. “We went back to square one,” says Hayward. In the church—between visits from the vicar, bringing tea and biscuits on his trolley—they found the new songs in hours of woodshedding on ratty old practice amps. “It’s definitely a new era,” says Marsden. “The first three records were like a trilogy, a piece of work in of themselves. We wanted to do those things, and we did them all. We took a breath, took a look at what we’d done, and started from scratch again.” BAND OF SKULLS LIVE September 6—Boston, MA—Royale September 7—Montreal, QC—Corona Theatre September 8—Toronto, ON—The Opera House September 9—Columbus, OH—Skully’s Music Diner September 10—Chicago, IL—Metro September 11—Minneapolis, MN—Fine Line Music Café September 13—Denver, CO—Gothic Theatre September 14—Salt Lake City, UT—Urban Lounge September 15-18—Victoria, BC—Rifflandia September 16—Vancouver, BC—The Vogue Theatre September 18—Seattle, WA—The Showbox September 19—Portland, OR—Revolution Hall September 21—San Francisco, CA—Fillmore September 23—Los Angeles, CA—Wiltern September 23-25—Las Vegas, NV—Life is Beautiful September 24—Solana Beach, CA—Belly Up September 26—Tucson, AZ—Rialto Theatre September 28—Austin, TX—Antone’s September 29—Dallas, TX—Trees September 30—Memphis, TN—Minglewood Hall October 1—Nashville, TN—Exit/In October 2—Atlanta, GA—Terminal West October 3—Durham, NC—Motorco Music Hall October 4—Washington D.C.—Black Cat October 6—New York, NY—Terminal 5 October 7—Philadelphia, PA—Union Transfer