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Dollar Signs album and tour

Posted June 10, 2018, 3:59 p.m. in Bands by Loren
Dollar Signs album and tour

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Dollar Signs have had a busy June. First, they released a puppet-y video for "Waste My Life Away," teasing the sound of the upcoming This Will Haunt Me, which releases on July 13 on A-F Records.


The band will also be hitting the road at the end of the week, kicking things off on June 16 in Norfolk, VA and playing US dates throughout the summer. Specific dates and venues are listed below.

June 16 - Norfolk, VA
June 17 - Huntington, WV
June 19 - Pittsburgh, PA
June 20 - Lancaster, PA
June 21 - Lowell, MA
June 22 - Brooklyn, NY
June 23 - Philadelphia, PA
July 21 - Charlotte, NC
July 27 - Houston, TX
July 29 - Denton, TX
July 31 - Phoenix, AZ
August 2 - San Diego, CA
August 3 - Los Angeles, CA
August 4 - Oakland, CA
August 5 - Sacramento, CA
August 6 - Portland, OR
August 7 - Seattle, WA
August 10 - Denver, CO
August 15 - Minneapolis, MN
August 17 - Chicago, IL
August 18 - Lexington, KY

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