The Ballroom Thieves Announce 2nd Full Length Album ‘Deadeye’; The Ballroom Thieves Kick off Deadeye Album Release Tour at Americana Festival in Nashville

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The Ballroom Thieves Announce 2nd Full Length Album ‘Deadeye’ 
 
The Ballroom Thieves Kick off Deadeye Album Release Tour at Americana Festival in Nashville
East coast alt/rock outfit The Ballroom Thieves have just announced their second full length studio album ‘Deadeye’. Deadeye is due out on October 21st.  The Ballroom Thieves will kick off their album release tour this week at Americana Festival.
In anticipation of the release the band is sharing a video from the opening track of the album
Peregrine.
A Message From the  Band:
It is with extreme and almost entirely platonic pleasure that we officially announce the impending release of our 2nd full-length record Deadeye, which will be available everywhere on Friday, October 21st.
THE BALLROOM THIEVES - PEREGRINE (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
THE BALLROOM THIEVES – PEREGRINE (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
THE BALLROOM THIEVES DEADEYE RELEASE TOUR
* w/ Maggie Koerner
~w/ Blue Healer

^ w/ Paper Bird

9.23   Nashville, TN — Americana Music Festival

9.28  Pittsburgh, PA — Pittsburgh Winery

9.29  Peninsula, OH — The GAR Hall

9.30  South Bend, IN — LangLab

*10.01  Grand Rapids, MI — Founders Brewing

*10.04  Ann Arbor, MI — The Ark

*10.06  St Paul, MN — Turf Club

*10.07  Davenport, IA — The Redstone Room

*10.08  Chicago, IL — Schubas Tavern

*10.09  Indianapolis, IN — HiFi

~10.13  Charlotte, NC — Evening Muse

~10.14  Atlanta, GA — Aisle 5

~10.15  Charleston, SC — The Royal American

10.16  Greenville, SC — Fall for Greenville

~10.19  Nashville, TN — The Basement

~10.21  Alexandria, LA — Spirit Food & Friends

~10.22  New Orleans, LA — Howlin’ Wolf – The Den

~10.27  Austin, TX — Parish

~10.28  Dallas, TX — Club Dada

~10.29  Houston, TX — Continental Club

^11.03  Los Angeles, CA — Bootleg

^11.05  San Francisco, CA — Bottom of the Hill

^11.06  Redding, CA — Vintage Wine Bar & Restaurant

^11.10  Portland, OR — Mississippi Studios

^11.11  Seattle, WA — The Tractor

^11.12  Eugene, OR — HiFi Music Hall

^11.13  Bend, OR — Volcanic Theater Pub

^11.15   Spokane, WA — The Bartlett

^11.16  Missoula, MT — Top Hat

^11.18  Boise, ID — The Olympic

^11.19  Salt Lake City, UT — Urban Lounge

^11.25  Denver, CO — Bluebird Theater

^11.26  Denver, CO — Bluebird Theater

^11.30  Washington DC — Jammin Java

^12.03  Philadelphia, PA — Johnny Brenda’s

12.17  Hudson, NY — Club Helsinki

ABOUT:

In this increasingly virtual world of ours, what makes music authentic? For some, songs are no more than tiny sentimental decompressions. But others treat music as an extension of their roots, a mirror of their travels and relationships, and a testament to both their craft and passion.

Stylistically, the trio finds a captivating mélange of acoustic styles, blending folk conventions with modern hymnals, delta blues grit with rich harmonies, exploring the basic constructions of pop music while almost wholeheartedly rejecting its restrictions at the same time.

Perhaps it is a blessing, but the band has a certain awareness and interest in all of its surroundings that equates to a form of musical intelligence. See them live and this becomes tremendously clear. They are a product of their community. They wager it all with every song and every performance. They study those with whom they share the stage. They feed off of the spirit of their audience. They grow from each other.

For The Ballroom Thieves, this family tree has only just begun to bloom, but its roots give the trio a strong and solid structure from which to continue to build.

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