You may have already heard The Horrible Crowe’s first single from their upcoming debut album Elsie. “Behind The Hurricane” was recently released to radio. Elsie is scheduled to drop Sept. 6 and can be pre-ordered via the group’s website.

What’s different about The Horrible Crowes than The Gaslight Anthem? Fallon explains:

“With The Horrible Crowes it’s more of a theater vibe. It’s something to be digested, not something to shock you into excitement like a big rock and roll show. I would almost look at it more as if you’re going to a theater to see a show for the evening.”

The two U.S. gigs cover both coasts with The Horrible Crowes playing Elsie in its entirety at New York City’s Bowery Ballroom Sept. 8 and West Hollywood’s Troubadour Sept. 14. Accompanying Fallon and Perkins will be drummer Steve Sidelnyk, bassist Frank Marra and Gaslight Anthem guitarist Alex Rosamilia.

Following the U.S. shows, Fallon and Perkins head across the Pond where the Gaslight Anthem singer appears on the with Chuck Ragan, Dan Andriano and Dave Hause. An acoustic outing, the Revival Tour plays the U.K. and Europe beginning Sept. 27 in Bristol, England. Fallon recently posted a message on the Horrible Crowes website saying he and Perkins would play some of the songs from Elsie on the “Revival Tour.”

Tickets for the Bowery Ballroom and Troubadour shows go on sale July 29. An American Express presale for the Bowery gig begins today. Visit for more information.