Living Body announce North American dates

Living Body will tour North America this spring including SXSW and CMW. Living Body, are touring behind 'Body is Working' now out on Kingfisher Bluez.

Leeds, UK based Living Body are thrilled to announce North American spring tour dates, including a stop in Austin at SXSW, in continued support of their debut album Body Is Working. The album was released last December on Kingfisher Bluez in the USA/Canada and Barely Regal in the UK/EU. Living Body is a new project from Chicagoan ex-pat and multi-instrumentalist Jeff T. Smith (formerly Juffage), featuring longtime collaborators Katie Harkin (Harkin, Sky Larkin, and touring member of Sleater-Kinney, Flock of Dimes, and Wild Beasts), and Tom Evans (Vessels). Upcoming North American tour dates, which feature a live lineup of Smith, Guy Justusson, and other performers are listed below.

The result of three years of near-fanatical work, Body Is Working was self-recorded at Smith’s studio in Leeds and mastered at Sterling Sound by Greg Calbi (Talking Heads, Patti Smith, Tom Petty, St. Vincent, Low, Tame Impala). The album marks Smith’s first release since 2011’s Semicircle (Function Records).

Upcoming Tour Dates:

MARCH
07 | Chicago, IL – Schubas
08 | Moline, IL – The Island
09 | Minneapolis, MN – 7th Street Entry
10 | Des Moines, IA – Kitty City
11 | Omaha, NE – Milk Run
12 | Lawrence, KS – Replay Lounge
13 | Oklahoma City, OK – Power House
17 | Austin, TX – SXSW – Esther’s Follies
18 | San Antonio, TX – Limelight
19 | Norman, OK – Resonator
20 | St. Louis, MO – Foam
21 | Bloomington, IN – The Void
22 | Columbus, OH – Double Happiness
23 | Dayton, OH – Blind Bob’s
24 | Harrisonburg, VA – Golden Pony
25 | Philadelphia, PA – Everybody Hits
26 | Washington, DC – Black Cat
27 | Brooklyn, NY – Alphaville
28 | New Haven, CT – Cafe 9
29 | Boston, MA – O’Briens

APRIL
01 | Montréal, QC – Casa Del Popolo
02 | Toronto, ON – Burdock Music Hall
03 | Buffalo, NY – Mohawk Place
08 | Ypsilanti, MI – Grove Studios
19 | Toronto, ON – Canadian Music Week