The Clientele Tours in Fall

Published: 2005-09-08
UK-based band Clientele's fan base is predominantly American, which is a good reason the band is touring there this fall.

The band will also be releasing its second full-length album, Strange Geometry, on October 11th. The Clientele, best known for the multiple singles it released in the late 90s, didn't put them all onto one disc until compiling them on 2000's Suburban Light.

No worries, though: all the songs on Strange Geometry are brand new and will all be on one disc. They will include the following:

"Since K Got Over Me"
"(I Can't Seem To) Make You Mine"
"My Own Face Inside the Trees"
"When I Came Home from the Party"
"Geometry of Lawns"
"Step into the Light"
"Losing Haringey"
"Six of Spades"

Clientele band memebers Alasdair MacLean, Mark Keen, and James Hornsey will be on the road from now until the end of November, beginning in Europe and then heading over to North America at the end of October.

Their first two dates in North America will be right here in the Great White North:

October 23, Toronto, ON - Lee's Place
October 24, Montreal, QC - La Salsa Rossa

Writer: Michelle Garcia



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