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Two Tongues, AKA Max Bemis of Say Anything and Chris Conley of Saves The Day have just announced that for the first time ever, they will be heading out on tour in the fall!

The band is expected to play songs off of their 2009 self-titled debut, as well as new material that Two Tongues has been working on in anticipation of their sophomore LP due later this year. In addition to Two Tongues material, there will also be a special Say Anything and Saves The Day set at each show, with Backwards Dancer opening up every date.

 

 

Related: Say Anything’s Max Bemis Talks Psychology, Religion, and New Album

 

Presale tickets are currently available for purchase here. Tour dates for the first ever Two Tongues Tour can be found below!

 

November 1st @ Warehouse Live Studio in Houston, TX
November 3rd @ The Social in Orlando, FL
November 4th @ The Masquerade in Atlanta, GA
November 5th @ Mercy Lounge in Nashville, TN
November 6th @ Motorco in Durham, NC
November 8th @ The Ottobar in Baltimore, MD
November 9th @ The Bell House in Brooklyn, NY
November 10th @ The Paradise Rock Club in Boston, MA
November 11th @ Union Transfer in Philadelphia, PA
November 12th @ LPR – Le Poisson Lounge in New York, NY
November 14th @ The Grog Shop in Cleveland Heights, OH
November 15th @ St. Andrews Hall in Detroit, MI
November 16th @ The Bottom Lounge in Chicago, IL
November 18th @ The Bottleneck in Lawrence, KS
November 19th @ The Summit Music Hall in Denver, CO
November 20th @ Kilby St. in Salt Lake City, UT
November 22nd @ The Crocodile in Seattle, WA
November 23rd @ Revolution Hall in Portland, OR
November 25th @ Slim’s in San Francisco, CA
November 26th @ The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA
November 27th @ Troubadour in West Hollywood, CA
November 29th @ The Irenic in San Diego, CA
November 30th @ The Crescent Ballroom in Phoenix, AZ
December 2nd @ Gas Monkey in Dallas, TX
December 3rd @ Mohawk in Austin, TX

 

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