News: IF THESE TREES COULD TALK Announces US Headlining Tour With Driftoff, Spotlights, And Alexander Turnquist; Play-Through Video For "Earthcrawler" Now Playing At Gear Gods‏

Instrumental post-rock outfit, IF THESE TREES COULD TALK, has confirmed a US headlining tour in support of their new album, The Bones Of A Dying World. The trek, which follows two record release shows this July in Ohio, will run from August 4th through September 17th and features Driftoff, Spotlights, and Alexander Turnquist as support.
7/08/2016 Rumba Cafe - Columbus, OH
7/09/2016 Musica - Akron, OH 

w/ Driftoff:
8/04/2016 BSP Lounge - Kingston, NY *
8/05/2016 Great Scott - Boston, MA *
8/06/2016 St Vitus - Brooklyn, NY *
8/07/2016 Metro Gallery - Baltimore, MD *
9/01/2016 Beat Kitchen - Chicago, IL ** 
9/02/2016  Fubar - St. Louis, MO  **9/03/2016 Record Bar  - Kansas City, MO **
9/04/2016 Hi Dive - Denver, CO **    
9/06/2016 The Biltmore Caberet  - Vancouver, BC **
9/07/2016 The Highline - Seattle, WA **
9/08/2016 High Water Mark - Portland, OR **
9/09/2016 Bottom of the Hill - San Francisco, CA **
9/10/2016 Complex - Los Angeles, CA **
9/12/2016 Valley Bar - Phoenix, AZ  **
9/13/2016 Tricky Falls - El Paso, TX **
9/14/2016  Sidewinder - Austin, TX  **
9/15/2016 Howlin' Wolf - New Orleans, LA **
9/16/2016 The Ear - Atlanta, GA l **
9/17/2016 TBA
* - featuring Alexander Turnquist
** - featuring Spotlights

In anticipation of their upcoming performances, IF THESE TREES COULD TALK has launched a play-through video for "Earthcrawler," taken from The Bones Of A Dying World. To watch the clip, visit Gear Gods at THIS LOCATION.
Recorded over the past year at NE Meadow Studios in Akron, Ohio, The Bones Of A Dying Worldwas produced and engineered by the band's own Zack Kelly (drums). Mixing duties were handled by Kelly and Freddie DeMarco while the final master was completed by Alan Douches at West West Side Music. For the album artwork, IF THESE TREES COULD TALK called upon long-time designer Charlie Wagers, who worked with the band on their past two releases - 2009's Above The Earth, Below The Sky and 2012's Red Forest. After four years of fine-tuning these audio and visual components, the quintet has now unleashed their Metal Blade Records debut upon the music world. Declared MetalSucks, "The music IF THESE TREES COULD TALK are putting out now is some of the finest they've ever written." To purchase The Bones Of A Dying World in various formats,

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