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    Soccer Mommy has announced a U.S. tour. After some previously scheduled dates, her latest run will kick off in October. Sophie Allison has also shared the latest single from her new album Sometimes, Forever. It’s called “Bones” and it arrives with a new video from Her Smell director Alex Ross Perry. Watch it below.

    “‘Bones’ is a song about struggling with the parts of yourself that you don’t like in a relationship,” Allison said in a statement. “It’s about wanting to become better for someone and feeling like you’re standing in your own way.”

    Sometimes, Forever is out on June 24 via Loma Vista. The follow-up to 2020’s Color Theory includes the previously shared singles “Shotgun” and “Unholy Affliction.”

    Read Pitchfork’s new feature “Soccer Mommy Slays Her Demons,” as well as the track review of “Bones.”

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    Soccer Mommy:

    06-10 New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom
    06-12 New York, NY – Governors Ball Festival 
    06-24 Margate, England – Leisure Festival
    06-27 Bristol, England – Canons Marsh Amphitheater % 
    06-28 Dublin, Ireland – Trinity College *
    06-30 Vilanova i la Geltru, Spain – Vida Festival
    08-12 Seattle, WA – Day In Day Out Festival
    08-31 Nottingham, England – Rescue Rooms
    09-01 Brighton, England – Chalk
    09-01-04 Salisbury, England – End of the Road Festival
    09-03 Bristol, England – Trinity
    09-05 Cologne, Germany – Bumann & Sohn
    09-06 Hamburg, Germany – Molotow
    09-08 Stockholm, Sweden – Slaktkyrkan
    09-09 Oslo, Norway – John Dee
    09-10 Copenhagen, Denmark – Loppen
    09-12 Berlin, Germany – Frannz Club
    09-13 Bremen, Germany – Lagerhaus
    09-15 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Bitterzoet
    09-16 Nijmegen, Netherlands – Merleyn
    09-17 Brussels, Belgium – Rotonde – Botanique
    09-18 Paris, France – Petit Bain
    09-20 Manchester, England – O2 Ritz
    09-21 Cardiff, Wales – Tramshed 
    09-22 London, England – O2 Forum
    09-23 Birmingham, England – The Castle & Falcon
    09-24 Glasgow, Scotland – Queen Margaret Union
    10-28 Indianapolis, IN – Hi-Fi Annex &
    10-29 Madison, WI – Majestic Theatre &
    10-30 Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue &
    11-01 Chicago, IL – Metro &
    11-04 Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom &
    11-05 North Adams, MA – Mass MOCA &
    11-06 Boston, MA – House of Blues &
    11-11 Philadelphia, PA – Franklin Music Hall ^
    11-12 Washington, D.C. – 9:30 Club ^
    11-14 Saxapahaw, NC – Haw River Ballroom ^
    11-16 Charlotte, NC – Neighborhood Theatre ^
    11-17 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade Heaven Stage ^
    11-18 Birmingham, AL – Saturn ^
    11-19 Nashville, TN – Brooklyn Bowl ^
    11-30 St. Louis, MO – Pageant #
    12-02 Ft. Collins, CO – Washington’s #
    12-03 Denver, CO – Ogden Theatre #
    12-04 Salt Lake City, UT – The Depot #
    12-07 Vancouver, British Columbia – Commodore #
    12-08 Portland, OR – Crystal Ballroom #
    12-10 Oakland, CA – Fox Theater #
    12-11 Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory #
    12-13 Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern #
    12-14 Phoenix, AZ – The Van Buren #
    12-16 Austin, TX – Emo’s East #
    12-17 Dallas, TX – House of Blues #

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