BELLE & SEBASTIAN announce a unique show for PITCHFORK MUSIC FESTIVAL, CHICAGO on Saturday, July 20th in Union Park, Chicago
May 8, 2019
For the first time in America, as a one off, the band will perform their classic album “If You’re Feeling Sinister” in full start to finish.
The band plays a short run of North American shows this Summer including Calgary Folk Festival, Canada and Pitchfork Music Festival, Chicago
July 11th — Charlottesville, Sprint Pavilion
July 12th — Philadelphia, Union Transfer
July 13th — Boston, House of Blues
July 15th — Montreal, M Telus
July 16th — Toronto, Danforth Music Hall
July 18th — Pittsburgh, The Warhol Museum presents at Carnegie Music Hall
July 19th — Cleveland, House of BluesJuly 20th — Chicago, Pitchfork Music Festival performing “If You’re Feeling Sinister”
July 21st — Royal Oak, Royal Oak Music Theatre
July 23rd — Minnesota, Weesner Family Amphitheater at The Minnesota Zoo
July 25th — Calgary, Calgary Folk Festival
This run is prior to Belle & Sebastian’s cruise Festival, The Boaty Weekender – the first of it’s kind in Europe, setting sail from Barcelona to Cagliari and back to Barcelona from August 8th to 12th inclusive.The band will shortly announce release date plans for the Soundtrack LP to accompany the movie Days Of The Bagnold Summer, and the band has begun work on their 11th Studio album to come in 2020 thru’ Matador Records.
For those wanting to dig deeper on “If You’re Feeling Sinister”, here’s Pitchfork’s documentary capturing the essence and story behind this landmark album, and it’s unique place in alternative culture.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4de-RHHLCBA