It’s become pretty common for beloved bands to reunite and make good albums again, but it’s still rare for bands to reunite and make something that may very well be their best album, and that’s exactly what Daughters have done.” – Brooklyn Vegan

“These hardcore miscreants never seemed like a band suited for reunions, so their first album in eight years reimagines their prior intensity with blown-out, abstracted menace.” – Pitchfork

“If heavy music is supposed to be scary, Daughters have elevated it to an invigorating new level.” – Rolling Stone

Nov. 16, 2018, Providence, R.I. – Daughters, the Rhode Island-based noisemakers who are currently wrapping up a sold-out tour of select cities following the release of their new album, You Won’t Get What You Want, have announced a full North American trek for early 2019.

“Thank you to everyone who has made this return not only successful but thoroughly enjoyable,” said singer Alexis Marshall. “We are very excited to continue on, revisit some familiar places and return to others after a long hiatus. Love.”

The tour announcement comes on the heels of the release of the band’s fourth album and first new offering in eight years, You Won’t Get What You Want. The 11-song collection has quickly become one of 2018’s most well-received albums, with fans and critics worldwide marveling at Daughters’ bold return. In addition to praise from Stateside outlets like PitchforkRolling StoneRevolverBrooklyn Vegan and others, Canada’s Exclaim Magazine said the album is “By far their most dynamic offering, Daughters have pulled off one of the great comeback albums and further cemented themselves as a band with such singular creativity that they’re nearly peerless.” Classic Rock (UK) echoed those thoughts, saying “Daughters have never sounded so strong and they’ve never got it so right.”

Daughters tour dates:

November 17 Chicago, IL Beat Kitchen SOLD OUT

November 18 Chicago, IL Beat Kitchen SOLD OUT

February 16 Philadelphia, PA Union Transfer

February 17 Washington, DC Black Cat

February 19 Asheville, NC Mothlight

February 20 Atlanta, GA Masquerade (Hell)

February 21 Nashville, TN Mercy Lounge

February 22 Louisville, KY Zanzabar

February 23 St. Louis, MO FUBAR

February 24 Oklahoma City, OK 89th St

February 26 Dallas, TX Curtain Club

February 27 Austin, TX Barracuda

March 1 Phoenix, AZ Rebel Lounge

March 2 Los Angeles, CA The Regent

March 5 Denver, CO Gothic Theatre

March 7 St. Paul, MN Turf Club

March 8 Chicago, IL Bottom Lounge

March 9 Detroit, MI Loving Touch

March 10 Toronto, ON Lee’s Palace

March 11 Montreal, QC La Sala Rosa

March 12 Boston, MA Sinclair

March 13 New York, NY Warsaw

April 5 St. Petersburg, Russia Mod Club

April 6 Moscow, Russia Pravda Club

April 8 Munich, Germany Backstage Concerts

April 9 Stuttgart, Germany Juha West

April 10 Paris, France Point Ephemere

April 11 Saint-Josse-ten-Noode, Belgium Le Botanique

April 12 Berlin, Germany Cassiopeia Club

April 13 Hamburg, Germany Hafenklang

April 14 Tilburg, Netherlands Roadburn

April 15 Ramsgate, UK Ramsgate Music Hall

April 16 Bristol, UK The Exchange

April 17 Manchester, UK The Deaf Institute

April 18 Glasgow, UK The Hug and Pint

April 19 Leeds, UK Brudenell

April 20 London, UK The Dome SOLD OUT

Tickets for all shows are on-sale now. Blanck Mass open on the newly announced dates, Feb. 16 to March 13.

“Magic Relighting Candle” short film feat. “City Song”

Daughters is vocalist Alexis Marshall, guitar player Nick Sadler, drummer Jon Syverson and bass player Sam Walker. Following the release of their 2010 self-titled album, the band took an indefinite hiatus, returning in 2013 for a pair of sold-out hometown shows in Providence, and a subsequent smattering of live dates in the intervening years, including joining Dillinger Escape Plan for that band’s final live outings in December of 2017. The foursome released You Won’t Get What You Want in October of 2018 via Ipecac Recordings.

Photo credit; Reid Haithcock