Grass Widow Announce Fall Tour Dates

Grass Widow won’t stop, nay, can’t stop touring. They’ve put together a nifty batch of dates on the east coast and Midwest in continued support of their amazing new record, Internal Logic. To get a taste of what might be in store at a Grass Widow show, head over to Daytrotter, who are airing their brand new session, recorded earlier this year (note: you must be a subscriber to Daytrotter to download the set).

Listen to Grass Widow’s Daytrotter set here:
Listen to “Disappearing Industries” by Grass Widow here:
Listen to “Goldilocks Zone” by Grass Widow here:
Watch the video for “Goldilocks Zone” here:

Friday, Nov. 2 – Brooklyn, NY @ 285 Kent
Sunday, Nov. 4 – Allston, MA @ Great Scott
Monday, Nov. 5 – Montreal, QC @ Il Motore
Tuesday, Nov. 6 – Toronto, ON @ Parts & Labor
Wednesday, Nov. 7 – Ann Arbor, MI @ Yellow Barn
Thursday, Nov. 8 – Chicago, IL @ Empty Bottle
Friday, Nov. 9 – Columbus, OH @ Double Happiness
Saturday, Nov. 10 – Baltimore, MD @ The Metro Gallery
Sunday, Nov. 11 – Washington, DC @ Comet Ping Pong
Monday, Nov. 12 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Barbary


“With spot-on production and their most engaging material yet, Grass Widow come into their own on Internal Logic, and have given themselves enough room to grow into something more vivid and lasting than ever before.” – All Music Guide

“Internal Logic pits fractious churn and friction against head-spinning harmonies, and here’s the surprise, everybody wins.” – BLURT Magazine

“[Internal Logic’s] catchiness and complexity manifest in equal measures: at no point does the the song’s composition undercut its pop sensibility.” – Dusted Magazine

“The trio twine their voices around one another, threading their way through skeletal rhythms and barely distorted guitars, the sonic equivalent of a scarlet ribbon caught in a winter tree.” – FILTER Magazine

“The San Francisco trio’s strength lies in the very thing that makes them so beguiling – the vocals – and tightening what goes on around them helps make Internal Logic a wholly charming album” – NYLON

“The songs on Internal Logic are like triple-exposed photographs, their nebulous, hazy qualities occasionally belying the acute skill with which they’ve been composed. It feels fortunate that Grass Widow arrived on the scene a few years too late to be lumped in with the mid-aughts post-punk revival, because they’ve honed an approach that feels more personal and self-contained than it does trendy.” – Pitchfork