She Wants Revenge Adds Dates to Fall Tour, New Music on the Way

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She Wants Revenge, the indie/rock band bred in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles that hit it big in 2006 with the song “Tear You Apart,” recently revved its engines after a few years away, and will head out on a fall tour with special guest Chameleons.

A run of August tour dates was already on the schedule, but on Wednesday the band announced additional shows for November. Said vocalist Justin Warfield about finally getting back on stage in this capacity:

“Being without live music for such a long stretch during the pandemic was devastating not only as a fan, but also as a musician. When it was finally safe enough to unmask and play with friends in a rehearsal room, it was amazing, but it still wasn’t the same as the unpredictability and energy of a real show.”

Here are the dates:

Aug 16 – Doug Fir Lounge (Portland, OR) – SOLD OUT
Aug 17 – The Crocodile (Seattle, WA)
Aug 18 – Visual Arts Collective (Boise, ID)
Aug 19 – Urban Lounge (Salt Lake City, UT)
Aug 21 – Gothic Theatre (Denver, CO)
Aug 23 – Sunshine Theater (Albuquerque, NM)
Aug 25 – Van Buren (Phoenix, AZ)
Aug 26 – Backstage Bar (Las Vegas, NV)
Aug 27 – Ventura Music Hall (Ventura, CA)
Aug 31 – The Fonda Theater (Los Angeles, CA)
Sept. 1 – The Fonda Theater (Los Angeles, CA) – SOLD OUT

*New dates*

with CHAMELEONS as support

Nov 1 – Brighton Music Hall (Boston, MA)
Nov 2 – Phantom Power (Millersville PA)
Nov 3 – Black Cat (Washington DC)
Nov 4 – Magic Bag (Detroit MI)
Nov 5 – Rumba (Columbus OH)
Nov 6 – The Metro (Chicago IL)
Nov 8 – Beachland Ballroom (Cleveland OH)
Nov 9 – White Eagle Hall (Jersey City NJ)
Nov 10 – Underground Arts (Philadelphia PA)
Nov 11 – Le Poisson Rouge (New York NY)
Nov 12 – Velvet Underground (Toronto ON)
Nov 13 – Rumrummer Music Hall (London ON)

As for the band personnel, the live show features the core of Warfield and Adam Bravin, but with some additions:

… the band which formerly performed live as a four-piece has now expanded to five. “The new lineup is myself on vocals and guitar, Adam on synths, keys, samples and effects, Thomas Froggatt (who formerly played guitar) on bass, Spencer Rollins (a longtime creative associate and friend of the band) on guitar, and David Goodstein (a good friend of ours who’s done session work for both Adam and me) on drums. It’s the first time we’ve been a 5-piece, and the energy, musicianship, and vibe are really exciting, and I think fans of the band will be very pleased.”

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