Hungary quintet The Moog are finally crossing the pond for a full U.S. tour in support of their sophomore release Razzmatazz Orfeum, with fellow post-punk dance outfit The Photo Atlas.
The boys from Budapest kick off in LA on April 28th, with stops in major cities across the country including San Francisco, Houston, Atlanta, NYC, Boston and Chicago before ending in Denver.
The Moog blend 60s garage, art-rock and catchy pop with an enigmatic stage show. Led by baritone-voiced singer Tonyo Szabo, THE MOOG are a combination of both alternative and pop influences made unique by the band's Eastern European sound.
The recent single "When I See You" and its video, by director Anthony Garth (who shot the White Stripes' clips for "We Are Going To Be Friends" and "Hotel Yorba") is currently receiving air-play at all major US music video outlets, including FUSE and MTV (a favorite at Subterranean).
APR 28 (WED) San Diego, CA Bar Pink
APR 29 (THU) San Francisco, CA Thee Parkside
MAY 4 (TUE) Los Angeles, CA Viper Room
MAY 5 (WED) Scottsdale, AZ Chyro Arts
MAY 6 (THU) Las Cruces, NM Equinox
MAY 7 (FRI) Austin, TX Club DeVille
MAY 9 (SUN) Atlanta, GA Drunken Unicorn
MAY 11 (TUE) Washington, DC The Red & The Black
MAY 12 (WED) Philadelphia, PA M-Room
MAY 13 (THU) New York, NY Studio at Webster Hall
MAY 15 (SAT) Cleveland, OH Beachland
MAY 18 (TUE) Chicago, IL Beat Kitchen
MAY 19 (WED) St. Louis, MO Cicero's
MAY 20 (THU) Lincoln, NE Bourbon Theater
MAY 21 (FRI) Denver, CO Bluebird Theater