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Built to Spill Sign to Sub Pop, Announce 2022 Tour

Built to Spill Sign to Sub Pop, Announce 2022 Tour

Doug Martsch, Melanie Radford, and Teresa Esguerra are working on a new album that’s due out next year

Built to Spills Doug Martsch

Built to Spill’s Doug Martsch, photo courtesy of the artist

Pacific Northwest rock band Built to Spill have signed with Sub Pop, the Seattle-based label announced today (October 7). In celebration of the news, Built to Spill have shared a string of North American tour dates kicking off in Seattle on December 16 and wrapping up in San Francisco in February of next year. They’ll be joined by Dinosaur Jr., Team Dresch, Prism Bitch, and more on select dates. Find their full schedule below.

In addition to the tour announcement, Sub Pop revealed that Built to Spill—comprised of Doug Martsch, Melanie Radford, and Teresa Esguerra—are currently working on their debut album for the label. The LP is due out next year, and will mark the band’s follow-up to 2015’s Untethered Moon. Last year, the group issued Built to Spill Plays the Songs of Daniel Johnston.

Built to Spill:
 
12-16 Seattle, WA – The Showbox at the Market =
12-17 Portland, OR – Revolution Hall =
12-18 Olympia, WA – Capitol Theatre =
12-19 Tacoma, WA – Spanish Ballroom at Elks Temple =
01-26 Seattle, WA – The Crocodile ^ !
01-27 Seattle, WA – The Crocodile ^ !
01-29 Portland, OR – Wonder Ballroom ^ !
01-30 Portland, OR – Wonder Ballroom ^ $
01-31 Eugene, OR – Sessions Music Hall ^ ! $
02-02 Sacramento, CA – Harlows ^ $
02-03 Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory ^ $
02-04 Las Vegas, NV – Brooklyn Bowl ^ #
02-05 Pioneertown, CA – Pappy & Harriet’s (Outdoors) ^ $
02-07 San Diego, CA – Belly Up ^ $
02-08 Los Angeles, CA – Echoplex ^ $
02-09 Los Angeles, CA – Echoplex ^ $
02-10 Santa Cruz, CA – Rio Theatre ^ $
02-11 San Francisco, CA – The Fillmore ^ $
02-12 San Francisco, CA – The Fillmore ^ $

= w/ Team Dresch
^ w/ Prism Bitch
# w/ Dinosaur Jr.
! w/ Oh, Rose
$ w/ Itchy Kitty

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