The Underachievers – “Take Your Place”

Brooklyn psychonauts The Underachievers have had somewhat of a busy week. After announcing the upcoming release of a new album entitled Evermore: The Art of Duality, the eclectic duo have also served up a first offering from the album, and announced a solo world tour.

“Take Your Place” is the Mr.Bristol produced first cut from the new album, and like much of the Beast Coast work is heavy on the existential philosophy while being energetic and hype enough to insight moshpit behaviour. This is the first new material we’ve heard from The Underachievers since they teamed up with The Flatbush Zombies last year for Clockwork Indigo.

Check below for the full list of shows for their upcoming Forevermore Express World Tour below:

10-01 San Francisco, CA – Sutter Room at Regency Theater *
10-02 Santa Cruz, CA – Catalyst *
10-03 Eugene, OR – WOW Hall *
10-04 Seattle, WA – Neumos *
10-05 Vancouver, British Columbia – Vogue *
10-06 Portland, OR – Roseland Theater *
10-09 Salt Lake City, UT – Complex *
10-10 Denver, CO – Cervantes *
10-11 Fort Collins, CO – Aggie *
10-13 Omaha, NE – Waiting Room *
10-14 Minneapolis, MN – First Ave *
10-15 Madison, WI – Majestic *
10-16 Chicago, IL – Metro *
10-17 Ann Arbor, MI – Blind Pig *
10-18 Toronto, Ontario – Phoenix 8
10-20 Montreal, Quebec – Club Soda *
10-21 Boston, MA – Boston *
10-22 Washington, DC – Washington DC *
10-23 Burlington, VT – Higher *
10-24 New York, NY – Webster Hall *
10-26 Philadelphia, PA – TLA *
10-27 Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle *
10-28 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade *
10-29 Orlando, FL – 578 *
10-30 Miami, FL – TBD *
10-31 Tampa, FL – Orpheum *
11-01 Jacksonville, FL – Underbelly *
11-04 Austin, TX – Parish *
11-05 Dallas, TX – Trees *
11-06 San Antonio, TX – Alamo *
11-08 Albuquerque, NM – Sunshine *
11-09 Phoenix, AZ – Club Red *
11-10 Santa Ana, CA – Observatory *
11-11 San Diego, CA – Observatory *
11-12 Los Angeles, CA – El Rey *
11-19 Amsterdam, Netherlands  – Bitterzoet
11-20 Antwerp, Belgium – Faded Weekender (Trix)
11-21 Dublin, Ireland  – District 8
11-23 London, England  – Scala
11-24 Glasgow, Scotland  – The Garage
11-26 Oslo, Norway – Parkteatret
11-27 Helsinki, Finland – Tavastia
11-28 Stockholm, Sweden – Debaser Strand
11-29 Copenhagen, Denmark – Lille Vega
12-01 Warsaw, Poland – Proxima
12-02 Berlin, Germany – Popstbahnhof
12-03 Hamburg, Germany – Uebel & Gefahrlich
12-04 Cologne, Germany – Luxor
12-05 Frankfurt, Germany – Zoom
12-06 Stuttgart, Germany – Wizeman
12-07 Leipzig, Germany – Taubchenthal
12-09 Vienna, Austria – Grelle Forelle
12-10 Basel, Switzerland – Kaserne
12-11 Zurich, Switzerland – Dynamo
12-12 Paris, France – La Machine du Moulin Rouge

* with Pouya & The Buffet Boys, Kirk Knight, and Bodega Bamz

Author: dontfckabout

A London kid's eye on the Hip Hop community.

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