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Canadian alt-rockers Mother Mother will play Bud Stage this summer


Cavetown is co-headlining the bill

Los Angeles, CA, January 20, 2024 – Canada’s biggest alt-rock export Mother Mother and multi-Platinum singer/songwriter and producer Cavetown join forces for a massive North American co-headline tour this summer, with Destroy Boys supporting on all dates.

Produced by Live Nation, the tour kicks off on June 7 in Phoenix, rolling through boutique amphitheatres from coast-to-coast, hitting famed venues like Red Rocks in Colorado, with stops in Los Angeles, Seattle, Boston, Vancouver, New York, Chicago, and more. The Mother Mother tour will be amking a stop at Budweiser Stage in Toronto on July 5, 2024.

Artist pre-sales go live on January 22 at 11am local time, with general on-sale beginning January 26 at 10am local time. Click HERE for ticket information.

Guitarist Ryan Guldemond

“We are beyond thrilled to share the stage with Cavetown on the first co-headline tour of our career,” says Mother Mother vocalist, songwriter, and guitarist Ryan Guldemond. “We are huge fans of the music, the art, and the community that surrounds this artist, and we feel like the Mother Mother world will merge beautifully with theirs to create an epic night of indie rock and positive vibes. Truly can’t wait!”
“It’s gonna be so cool to be touring with Mother Mother this summer!!” shares Cavetown. “I’m such a fan and am excited to see our fanbases come together for our big rock show. See you soon !!”

Mother Mother share new single

The tour announcement arrives as Mother Mother share their new single, “Nobody Escapes” — listen HERE via Warner Records and watch the captivating video HERE. “In ‘Nobody Escapes,’ we sing cheerily about the indiscriminate nature of death and how, regardless of status, good looks or physique, the reaper comes for us all,” says Guldemond. “The animated video that accompanies our rollicking and blasphemous album opener follows suit, depicting a sinister factory where conveyor belts and machinery crudely sort through freshly fallen souls.” 
The track is the latest offering from their highly anticipated new album, Grief Chapter, due out February 16 via Warner Records. Pre-order HERE. The album was introduced by lead single “Normalize,” which arrived alongside an intense video directed by acclaimed horror director Colin Minihan (Grave Encounters, What Keeps You Alive). It was then followed by the uplifting To My Heart and the future-facing The Matrix,” which deploys dreamy keys and swooning vocals.


Cavetown is currently finalizing a highly-anticipated batch of new music for 2024. He most recently wrapped his biggest tour to date, Bittersweet Daze – featuring mxmtoonRicky Montgomery, and grentperez – which was his first stateside run since 2022 and in support of his globally acclaimed album, worm food. As the follow up to 2020’s Sleepyhead, the record catapulted Cavetown to more than 4 billion streams worldwide and earned widespread praise from the likes of The New York TimesThe FADERNMEV Magazine, and more. Stay tuned for more announcements coming soon.
June 7               Phoenix, AZ                   Arizona Financial Theatre
June 8               Los Angeles, CA            The Torch
June 9               San Diego, CA               Gallagher Square at Petco Park
June 11             Berkeley, CA                  The Greek *
June 14             Troutdale, OR                Edgefield *
June 15             Vancouver, BC              Rogers Arena
June 16             Seattle, WA                   Seattle Zoo *
June 18             Salt Lake City, UT          Granary Live
June 20             Morrison, CO                 Red Rocks Amphitheatre
June 22             Dallas, TX                      South Side Ballroom
June 23             Austin, TX                      Moody Amphitheatre at Waterloo Park
June 25             Houston, TX                  713 Music Hall
June 28             Miami, FL                       FPL Solar Amphitheater
June 29             Orlando, FL                   Orlando Amphitheater
June 30             Atlanta, GA                    Coca-Cola Roxy
July 2                Washington, DC            The Anthem
July 3                Philadelphia, PA            Skyline Stage at The Mann
July 5                Toronto, ON                   Budweiser Stage
July 7                Boston, MA                    MGM Music Hall at Fenway
July 9                New York, NY                The Rooftop at Pier 17
July 10              New York, NY               The Rooftop at Pier 17
July 12              Sterling Heights, MI        Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre
July 13              Chicago, IL                    Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island
* Non-Live Nation Date

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