This will be the band’s first headlining tour through the region and comes on the heels of a very successful fall 2011 southeast tour with The New Mastersounds. In addition, the band is currently wrapping up production on their sophomore album which is scheduled for an early 2013 release and is tentatively titled Tough Talk.
“We are very excited to return to the southeast,” front man Jonathan “Skippy” Huvard said. “This is a part of the country that has really embraced our sound. This tour is going to be pretty nasty and full of filthy funk. Our goal is to make the audience dance their asses off at every stop.”
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