The next chance to catch the band, which kicked things off February 25 at Casbah in San Diego, is tonight at The Echo in Los Angeles.

Other stops on the trek, which runs through mid-May, include Cellar Door in Visalia, Calif. (February 29), the Noise Pop Festival at Bottom Of The Hill in San Francisco (March 1), The Plaza Club in Vancouver (March 5), The Waiting Room in Omaha, Neb. (March 19), Empty Bottle in Chicago (March 24), The Billiken Club in St. Louis (March 29), The Loft in Dallas (April 11), One Eyed Jacks in New Orleans (April 16), Jack Rabbits in Jacksonville, Fla. (April 19), Hi-Tone CafĂ© in Memphis, Tenn. (April 23), The Mercy Lounge in Nashville (May 3), Black Cat in Washington, D.C. (May 8), Paradise Rock Club in Boston (May 13), and Mr. Small’s Theatre in Pittsburgh (May 18).

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Do You Like Rock Music?, which was released in January on Rough Trade Records, is the third album from British Sea Power. It was recorded in the Czech Republic, Canada and Fort Tregantle – a 19th Century fortification up on the Cornish cliffs in the U.K.

The album was preceded by the single “Waving Flags,” which the band describes as “a stirring choral-rock tribute to Polish plumbers and groundbreaking nudist Hedy Lamarr.”