Isn’t it the worst when you discover a new band that you love and then check to see if they’re playing near you, only to find out you just missed them? Well, we’re not going to let that happen this fall.
Below is a list of some of our favorite underground rockers hitting the road in the U.S. this fall. Listen to them, fall in love with them, become obsessed with them and make sure you don’t miss their epic live sets.
Check out the list below of touring bands and make sure to get your tickets and mark your calendars.
Shannon & The Clams
These guys are a little garage-y, a little ’50s doo-wop and a little surfy. They’ll probably become your new favorite band if you haven’t heard of them yet.
After a long hiatus, these indie rockin’ ladies are back with a new album and it feels like they never left.
Wild and emotional punk rock mayhem hailing from New Zealand? Yes, please.
Jeremy & The Clones
A deadly trio from Florida who’ll kill you with their tunes, rather than their hometown’s sewer gators.
White Reaper w/ The Nude Party
An epic pairing of classic indie rockers White Reaper and twangy party rockers The Nude Party. If you miss this show, you’re definitely going to regret it.
There’s no doubt in my mind that you’ll fall in love experiencing the killer vocal harmonies and utterly catchy melodies from these four handsome southern boys.
Another one coming out of a long hiatus. The Shivas will make you really feel some things with their unique blend of surf and garage rock. Tour dates here.
A guaranteed good time with empowering ’50s doo-wop/’60s soul-inspired rock ‘n’ roll.
The first single "Radio Dream" from the album "Someone Anyone?" is out today! You can hear the entire new album…
Plague Vendor w/ No Parents
Indie rockers combining forces through touring to provide nights of mayhem that is a must-see for misfits everywhere.
Big Thief w/ Palehound
This will be more of an emotional night of indie rock that’ll get your heart feeling heavy, but your ears feeling happy.
Nox Boys w/ Bobkat’65
Who’d of known blues rockers from Pittsburgh and garage rockers from Spain would make such a perfect pairing? These shows are sure to be some wild ones.
Experimental indie that’ll provide you with a dark and different experience.
If you want to have some fun, fill your night with these optimistic indie-rockers.
Don’t let the suits fool you—these guys cause a riot at every show.
Kero Kero Bonito
This show will be more on the bubbly/indie-pop side, but you’ll leave smiling and feeling pumped.