The trio promises to “rock your faces” and “mix the races” with its brawny, 70s-influenced sound.

The band will preview songs from an upcoming album on the tour before heading back to the studio to record a follow-up to their 2006 EP Soft Targets later this year.

The dates kick off May 28 at Fletcher’s in Baltimore, wrapping up June 7 at Cleveland’s Grog Shop.

Additional Parlor Mob-supported stops include NorVa in Norfolk, Va. (May 29) Visulite Theatre in Charlotte, N.C. (May 30) The EARL in Atlanta (May 31), Nashville’s Exit/In (June 3), Radio Radio in Indianapolis (June 4), Chicago’s Double Door (June 5) and Detroit’s Magic Stick (June 6).

Earl Greyhound will play a one-off in Danbury, Conn. at City Center (July 26) before the All Points West appearance at Liberty State Park in Jersey City, N.J. (August 10).

Tickets for some shows are available at For more info, visit