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Tue. 04/16 | 9:00PM

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Minneapolis trio Now, Now, are excited to announce their April/May co-headline tour with Trans- Records label mates The Lonely Forest. The tour follows dates with Minus The Bear and Circa Survive, as well select gigs opening for Bob Mould as his personally invited guests this February and March. Now, Now have won a steady stream of praise since the Spring 2012 North American release of Threads on Chris Walla's (Death Cab For Cutie) Trans- Records


Now, Now are hitting the ground running this year after an incredible 2012 that saw the band make their late night TV debut on Jimmy Fallon, play to sold out crowds during their first headline tour of the UK, and their sophomore album Threads win numerous accolades including a selection as one of NPR's top 50 releases of the year.

"Every once in a while, in a mini-miscarriage of justice, an album will go straight to a FADER editor's heart without ever making it into The FADER itself-Now, Now's early-2012 Threads LP was one of them. Though the band's straightforward alt-rock sound differs from most of my usual listening, Threads was easily my most-played album last year-perhaps because it was so different." - The Fader

"Threads" is a brilliant album".- bringthenoise uk

Threads is the second full album by Minnesota trio Now, Now.
Originally called Now, Now Every Children, the band has
recently shortened its moniker, pulled its act together
and is ready for the big leagues. Threads is the kind of
album that launches bands from nowhere straight to indie
stardom. - Pop'stache

The Lonely Forest, an indie rock band from Anacortes, Washington, make perfect sense as the first signing to Death Cab For Cutie member Chris Walla's new record label Trans.


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