Though Matt Mays isn't taking El Torpedo on his upcoming tour, it doesn't mean he's heading out alone.
The Maritime Southern rocker released his newest record When The Angels Make Contact earlier this year. The album was supposed to be the soundtrack for a film, and comes out as a sort of concept album because of it.
According to ChartAttack, he'll be taking some friends with him on the road. "Mays' band for the journey will be comprised of El Torpedo drummer (and When The Angels Make Contact co-producer) Tim Jim Baker, DJ Double A, Keith Mullins, former Guthries Dale Murray and Serge Samson, and Museum Pieces' Tyler Messick and Andy March."
Opening for Mays on this tour is Museum Pieces.
Here's where they're headed:
January 17, Ottawa, ON - Barrymore's
January 18, Montreal, QC - Cabaret Du Musee Juste Pour Rire
January 19, London, ON - Aeolian Hall
January 20, Toronto, ON - Mod Club
January 23, Winnipeg, MB - West End Cultural Centre
January 24, Regina, SK - The Exchange
January 26, Calgary, AB - MacEwan Ballroom
January 27, Edmonton, AB - Starlite Room
January 30, Victoria, BC - Legends Nightclub
January 31, Vancouver, BC - Richard's On Richards
February 2, St. John's, NL - Holy Heart Theatre
February 3, Halifax, NS - Rebecca Cohn Theatre
Writer: Michelle Garcia