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Silverstein Announce ‘This Is How The Wind Shifts’ US Tour

Silverstein are one of the busiest bands in the scene, no contest. Making sure that they celebrate where they have been in the past as much as what they are up to right now. They never seem to stop. Last year they released their latest full-length, Misery Made Me, to critical acclaim, an expansion of the band’s sound with more modern twists. Yet a decade ago, they also released This Is How The Wind Shifts, one of their most intricate and intelligent records. Featuring world-beating choruses, mirrored atmospheres and some seriously fascinating storytelling, it was a considerable jewel in their massive crown.

And they are going to be heading out on the road to pay tribute to the record in the way it deserves. The tour will be taking place this Autumn across North America, starting in November and finishing just before Christmas. A wonderful way to see out the year. And whilst Silverstein will be playing the record and some greatest hits as the headliner, they will also be joined by Stray From The Path and AVOID.

So that’s some of this:

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And then this:

And then loads of this:

Here are all the dates you need to know:

  • Nov 23 – Toronto, ON @ Opera House
  • Nov 25 – Montreal, QC @ Club Soda
  • Nov 26 – Brooklyn, NY @ Warsaw
  • Nov 28 – Philadelphia, PA @ TLA
  • Dec 01 – Atlantic, GA @ Masquerade
  • Dec 02 – Nashville, TN @ Brooklyn Bowl
  • Dec 03 – St Louis, MO @ Red Flag
  • Dec 05 – Dallas, TX @ Granada Theater
  • Dec 06 – San Antonio, TX @ Vibes
  • Dec 08 – Phoenix, AZ @ Marquee Theatre
  • Dec 09 – Los Angeles, CA @ Regent
  • Dec 10 – Anaheim, CA @ House Of Blues
  • Dec 12 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Depot
  • Dec 13 – Denver, CO @ Ogden
  • Dec 15 – Des Moines, CO @ Wooly’s
  • Dec 16 – Indianapolis, IN @ Vogue
  • Dec 17 – Detroit, MI @ Majestic
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