Stars Out-Throbs The Throb
Stars’ new album, No One Is Lost, is streaming via NPR Music right now, one week before its Oct. 14 release. Recorded at Montreal’s Mile End Studios, the disc is being hailed by the band as its “most dance-floor-ready album to date.” That’s probably because there was a now-closed discotheque located below the studio.
“The sub-base throb coming from the club below our studio was undeniably and unavoidably influential,” drummer Pat McGee said. “It motivated us to out-throb the throb.”
Already having a full plate of November dates on its agenda, Stars has more touring ahead, playing mostly in Canada with a few U.S. shows rounding out the journey. Here are the new dates:
Feb. 3 – Kingston, Ontario, Grand Theatre
Feb. 5 – Montreal, Quebec, Metropolis
Feb. 6 – Quebec City, Quebec, Imperial Du Quebec
Feb. 7 – Ottawa, Ontario, National Arts Centre Theatre
Feb. 11 – London, Ontario, London Music Hall
Feb. 12 – Toronto, Ontario, The Danforth Music Hall
Feb. 13 – Toronto, Ontario, The Danforth Music Hall
Feb. 21 – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Burton Cummings Theatre
Feb. 23 – Saskatoon, Saskatoon, O’Brian’s Event Centre
Feb. 24 – Calgary, Alberta, MacEwan Conference And Event Centre
Feb. 25 – Edmonton, Alberta, Winspear Centre
Feb. 26 – Vancouver, British Columbia, The Vogue Theatre
Feb. 27 – Vancouver, British Columbia, The Vogue Theatre
Feb. 28 – Victoria, British Columbia, Alix Goolden Performance Hall
March 3 – Seattle, Wash., The Neptune
March 4 – Portland, Ore., Aladdin Theater
March 5 – San Francisco, Calif., The Fillmore
March 6 – Los Angeles, Calif., The Fonda
Hey Rosetta appears through March 1.
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