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Last week, The Dangerous Summer released a powerful new single with the announcement of their fourth, self-titled album.

Today, they’ve announced a North American tour—and we couldn't be more excited.

Read more: The Dangerous Summer drop comeback single, “Fire”—listen

The tour will be celebrating the release of their new record, out Jan. 26. It kicks off Jan. 24 in Nashville and wraps up Feb. 28 in Phoenix. Support has yet to be announced.

Check out the full list of cities and dates below! Tickets go on sale this Friday, Oct. 27 at 9 a.m. PST.

We talked to frontman AJ Perdomo about the Dangerous Summer's return, and for them, it's all about the music. Seeing that their music was still such an important part of people’s worlds was a massive part of their decision for a return.

“Getting back together was a perfect storm of a lot of things,” Perdomo says. “We found an opening and a time to do this. A lot of people were reaching out to us and saying, ‘Are you guys interested in getting this together? Will you play some shows?’ 

“But while the opportunity presented itself to us to do it, we didn’t want to lead with just playing shows and go straight for the easy thing and make a quick buck. We wanted to lead with the music. The heart of our band revolves around how we’ve always believed wholeheartedly in our music.”


1/24 – Nashville @ Hi Watt
1/26 – Austin @ Sidewinder
1/27 – Dallas @ Dirty 30
1/29 – Orlando @ Backbooth
1/30 – Atlanta @ Masquerade
2/1 – Baltimore @ Soundstage
2/2 – NYC @ Knitting Room
2/3 – Boston @ Middle East
2/5 – Philly @ Foundry
2/6 – Pittsburgh @ Funhouse
2/7 – Toronto @ Hard Luck
2/8 – Cleveland @ Foundry
2/9 – Detroit @ The Shelter
2/10 – Chicago @ Cobra Lounge
2/11 – Des Moines @ Vaudeville Mews
2/13 – Denver @ Marquis
2/14 – SLC @ Urban Lounge
2/16 – San Francisco @ Bottom Of The Hill
2/17 – Santa Ana @ Constellation Room
2/18 – Phoenix @ Rebel

Where will you be seeing the Dangerous Summer on tour? Let us know in the comments below!