Sticky Fingers Sets North American Tour

Aussie rock act Sticky Fingers is importing its new tunes to North America for a headline tour that runs for just less than a month.

The tour opens at  in Brooklyn, N.Y., Feb. 17 and continues until March 11 at  in Boston. Along the way the band will play venues like  in Atlanta Feb. 21,  in Houston Feb. 28 and  in Chicago March 4.

Sticky Fingers also has a few festivals lined up for Aussie Summer. The next place to catch the group is at  in Canberra, Australia, on Dec. 3. The group also plays at the  in Mount Manganui, New Zealand, for the  festival Jan. 2.

The newest album for Sticky Fingers is this year’s Westway (The Glitter & The Slums), which hit number one on the Australian charts. The group recently released a new music video for the single “Sad Songs.”

You could fairly call Sticky Fingers indie music if you had to call it something, but it describes itself as a “melting pot of psych, rock, reggae and bourbon.”

The group has kept its original membership of Dylan Frost on guitar and vocals, Seamus Coyle on guitar, Paddy Cornwall on bass, Beaker Best on drums and Freddy Crabs on keys.

Here is the routing:

Feb. 17 – Brooklyn, N.Y., Warsaw
Feb. 18 – Philadelphia, Pa., Underground Arts
Feb. 20 – Carrboro, N.C., Cat’s Cradle
Feb. 21 – Atlanta, Ga., Hell At The Masquerade
Feb. 23 – Orlando, Fla., The Social
Feb. 25 – New Orleans, La., Parish At House Of Blues
Feb. 26 – Austin, Texas, Antone’s
Feb. 28 – Houston, Texas, White Oak Music Hall
March 1 – Dallas, Texas, The Door
March 3 – Minneapolis, Minn., 7th Street Entry
March 4 – Chicago, Ill., Double Door
March 5 – Columbus, Ohio, The Basement
March 7 – Buffalo, N.Y., Studio At Waiting Room
March 8 – Toronto, Ontario, Opera House Concert Venue
March 11 – Boston, Mass., Brighton Music Hall
Tickets to select dates are on sale now. The band’s official website is