Iration’s Lei’d Back Tour Update…

Iration’s Lei’d Back Tour Update…

Iration is on their annual Lei’d Back Fall tour with Tomorrows Bad Seeds & Through The Roots. The Pier was able to catch up with bassist Adam Taylor to ask what fans can expect on this tour. Including new songs & venues/cities they’re excited to play, lets see what Adam had to say…

A lot can happen in 6 weeks and with a line up that includes 3 stellar groups in Iration, Tomorrows Bad Seeds & Through The Roots, we wanted to get a little more insight as to what we can expect on tour. Iration bassist, Adam Taylor was quick to hit us back with his excitement regarding the tour. Here’s a few Q&A we were able to sneak in with Adam while on tour…

The Pier: Will Iration be playing any new songs? If so, which song titles should fans look out for?
Yes, we’ll be jamming two brand new tracks on this tour. We’re pretty excited to be giving away these songs for free to our fans. You can get “Undertow” by joining our street team via Fancorps (by clicking HERE) and performing a few simple tasks like putting up flyers or posting on Facebook or Twitter. You can get “No Time” emailed to you by submitting your email address at our merch booth on our Irator iPad, and be jamming it on your way home from the show which is pretty cool.

The Pier: Not a bad deal at all! Which cities/venues is the group excited to play? Are there any places on tour the group hasn’t been before?
We’re really excited to play some of the big cities like New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Seattle. We’re also stoked to be playing back to back shows at House of Blues San Diego, CA which we’ve never done so that’ll be exciting. I believe Toledo, Ohio is the only city on the tour we haven’t been so that should be cool too.

The PIer: How did the line up for the tour come about?
We wanted to bring out two bands that we respected musically and that would round out the overall package and flow of the show. Through The Roots is a solid reggae band and Tomorrows Bad Seeds adds more of a rocker edge, which complement the whole evening of music really well. So far the fan reaction to all the bands has been really positive so we’re amped to continue on with both of them.

Thank you so much Adam for taking the time out to answer a few questions!
The Pier was in attendance for the first show of the tour in Arizona and you can read that concert article, complete with photos by clicking HERE For a full list of the remaining dates, Check out the tour dates below…

Fall “Lei’d Back” Tour with Iration, Tomorrows Bad Seeds & Through The Roots:
Oct 04 @ Tipitinas. New Orleans, LA
Oct 05 @ Masquerade. Atlanta, GA
Oct 06 @ Club Firestone. Orlando, FL
Oct 07 @ Culture Room. Fort Lauderdale, FL (w/Hours Eastly)
Oct 08 @ Freebird Live. Jacksonville Beach, FL (w/Hours Eastly)
Oct 09 @ Music Farm. Charleston, SC
Oct 11 @ The Soapbox. Wilmington, NC
Oct 12 @ Amos’ Southend. Charlotte, NC
Oct 13 @ Cat’s Cradle. Carrboro, NC
Oct 14 @ Jewish Mother. Virginia Beach, VA
Oct 15 @ Gramercy Theatre. New York, NY
Oct 16 @ Rock and Roll Hotel. Washington, DC
Oct 19 @ Brighton Music Hall. Boston, MA
Oct 20 @ The Note. West Chester, PA
Oct 21 @ Frankie’s Inner City. Toledo, OH
Oct 22 @ Subterranean. Chicago, IL
Oct 23 @ Cicero’s. St Louis, MO
Oct 24 @ First Avenue 7th Street Entry. Minneapolis, MN
Oct 26 @ Bluebird Theater. Denver, CO
Oct 27 @ The Complex. Salt Lake City, UT
Oct 28 @ Top Hat Lounge & Casino Inc. Missoula, MT
Oct 29 @ Neumos. Seattle, WA
Oct 30 @ Hawthorne Theatre. Portland, OR
Nov 01 @ Knitting Factory. Reno, NV
Nov 02 @ Senator Theater. Chico, CA
Nov 03 @ Ace of Spades. Sacramento, CA
Nov 04 @ House of Blues. San Diego, CA
Nov 05 @ House of Blues. San Diego, CA
Nov 06 @ Orpheum Theater. Flagstaff, AZ
Nov 12 @ The Regency Ballroom. San Francisco, CA

Which one of these dates will you be checking out!?
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