Halifax indie rockers The Burdocks are set to hit the road again in support of their latest album, What We Do Is Secret, their fourth release since their formation some eight years ago.
The veteran indie favourites will be taking it to Ontario streets this November with Waterloo, ON math-rock champs The Sourkeys before teaming up with Hamilton's noisy pop merchants A Northern Chorus for a tour of the Northeastern United States.
Recorded at the House Of Miracles in London, ON and at Common Ground in Halifax, What We Do Is Secret was released this July on Black Mountain Music and topped out at an impressive #5 on the national campus radio charts.
No strangers to the road, the upcoming trip will be the second Central Canadian tour for the band this year. The Burdocks will play two shows in one day in Halifax to warm up for the tour, then kick things off for reals in Montreal on November 13.
November 5, Halifax, NS - The Pavilion (w/Wintersleep, Contrived) (all-ages)
November 5, Halifax, NS - Stage Nine (w/Great Plains, Special Noise) (19+)
November 13, Montreal, QC - Casa del Popolo (w/The Field Register)
November 15, Hamilton, ON - The Casbah (w/The Sourkeys)
November 16, London, ON - The Alex P. Keaton (w/The Sourkeys)
November 17, Toronto, ON - Rancho Relaxo (w/The Sourkeys)
November 18, Brantford, ON - Ford Plant (w/The Sourkeys)
November 19, Guelph, ON - Jimmy Jazz (w/The Sourkeys)
November 20, St. Catharines, ON - Merchant Ale House (w/The Sourkeys)
November 22, Waterloo, ON - Starlight (w/The Sourkeys)
Writer: Neil McDonald