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Wallows have announced a 2020 North American tour and released a music video for their song “Treacherous Doctor”. 

The song comes from the band’s debut album Nothing Happens. 

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The video uses stop-motion animation and felt cutouts to give a whimsical feel to the overall energetic song. You can see the video for “Treacherous Doctor” below.

You can also listen to their highly-acclaimed debut record Nothing Happens in-full below, which they released back in March. 

Along with the new video, they dropped tour dates for February that will take them across North America through the beginning of March. They will also be touring in Europe and the UK this fall as support for Vampire Weekend. 

As for the 2020 run, they’ll bring Penelope Isles as support. Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. local time here. You can see the full list of the band’s upcoming tour dates below. 

Dates

11/10 — Pico Rivera, CA @ Tropicalia
11/13 — London, UK @ Alexandra Palace *
11/14 —  London, UK @ Alexandra Palace *
11/15 — Cologne, Germany @ Die Kantine  (SOLD OUT)
11/16 — Paris, France @  Zenith *

02/13 —  Birmingham, AL @ Iron City ^
02/14 —  New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues ^
02/15 —  Atlanta, GA @ Buckhead Theatre^
02/17 —  Lake Buena Vista, FL @ House of Blues ^
02/18 —  Ft. Lauderdale, FL  @ Revolution ^
02/19 —  Tampa, FL @ The Ritz YBOR^
02/21 —  Charlotte, NC @ The Underground ^
02/22 —  Charleston, SC @ Music Farm ^
02/23 —  Raleigh, NC @ Lincoln Theatre ^
02/25 —  Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live ^
02/26 —  Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Smalls Theatre ^
02/27 —  Syracuse, NY @ The Westcott Theater ^
02/29 —  Montreal, QC @ Corona Theatre ^
03/01 —  South Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground Ballroom ^
03/02 —  Providence, RI @ Fete Ballroom ^

* opening for Vampire Weekend
^ w/ Penelope Isles

How excited are you for the Wallows tour? What do you think of the band’s latest animated video for “Treacherous Doctor”? Sound off in the comments down below!

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