Mclusky have announced rescheduled 2024 North American tour dates after postponing the second leg of their 2022 tour when frontman Andrew “Falco” Falkous suffered serious ear issues. The post-hardcore trio will kick off their new shows on March 4 in Los Angeles. They will perform in San Francisco, Brooklyn, Boston, Philadelphia, Toronto, Chicago, Nashville, and more major cities before concluding the run on March 23 in Washington, DC. Find their complete list of tour dates below.
That 2022 North American tour marked the Welsh band’s first performances back there in 18 years. After playing five shows along the West Coast in September, though, Mclusky unexpectedly shared a statement in November about postponing the remaining dates. “I’ve been plagued by various ear issues, tinnitus, and apparent hyperacusis amongst them, and am totally unable to perform, barely able to exist in the world as we speak,” explained Falkous.
Last month, Mclusky released their first new music in 19 years: four songs billed as the double-A-side single “Unpopular Parts of a Pig / The Digger You Deep.” Their final studio album, The Difference Between Me and You Is That I’m Not on Fire, came out back in 2004 and was followed by the best-of compilation Mcluskyism in 2006.
After breaking up in 2005, various Mclusky-adjacent lineups regrouped for reunion shows under names like Mcklusy or Mclusky* while Falkous formed Future of the Left. Mclusky’s proper return overlapped with the 20th anniversary of their beloved 2002 album Mclusky Do Dallas.
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03-04 Los Angeles, CA – The Echoplex
03-05 San Francisco, CA – Rickshaw Stop
03-07 Brooklyn, NY – Warsaw
03-08 Cambridge, MA – The Sinclair
03-09 Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts
03-11 Pittsburgh, PA – Spirit Hall
03-12 Toronto, Ontario – Lee’s Palace
03-13 Grand Rapids, MI – Pyramid Scheme
03-15 Chicago, IL – Vic Theatre
03-16 Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue
03-18 Nashville, TN – Basement East
03-20 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
03-21 Carborro, NC – Cat’s Cradle
03-23 Washington, D.C. – Black Cat