Too Much Tour Kicks Off October 28th in San Diego, CA

The Frights, a three-piece surf-punk band, will join DLAR and SWMRS for a huge, nationwide tour this fall. The Too Much Tour kicks off October 28th in San Diego, CA at The Observatory North Park. The trio of bands will make their way across the U.S. hitting fourteen major cities along the way and most likely destroying everything in their path. Grab your tickets now right here!

The band which is comprised of, Mikey Carnevale (Lead vocals, Guitar), Richard Dotson (Bass, Vocals), and Marc Finn (Drums), won’t be slowing down anytime soon. They are also gearing up for a headline summer tour with Hunny that kicks off July 19th at The Rebel Lounge in Phoenix, AZ. A full list of all upcoming shows can be found below.

You Are Going To Hate This (produced by FIDLAR vocalist Zac Carper) The Frights’ debut album which is being distributed by dangerbird records, delivers in spades; from the raw and slightly psychedelic fever dream of Puppy Knuckles” to the hammering guitar lines and frank confessions of “Afraid Of The Dark”. This band has hit their stride and the riffs and lyrics are like a blast of fresh air that knocks you down before picking you up again.  You don’t want to skip the album or miss the tour.

The Frights make music that’s a lot smarter than it would appear. Beneath the bratty, corrosive surface lies a rare tunefulness and dedication to dialing up rock’s past…startlingly great at kicking out the garagey jams.

The band recently showed off their musical chops in a session with Jam In The Van, which you can check out here.

The larger than life anthem, “Kids,” sports a hand-crafted music video that Interview Magazine praised as the “intersection of Keith Haring’s artworks and Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo.”   Watch the official music video for “Kids” below.


The Frights – Upcoming Tour Dates



July 19th – The Rebel Lounge, Phoenix, AZ

July 21st – Three Links, Dallas, TX

July 22nd – Korova, San Antonio, TX

July 23rd – Stubbs, Austin, TX

July 24th – White Oak Music Hall, Houston, TX

July 27th – 1904 Music Hall, Jacksonville, FL

July 28th – New World Brewery, Tampa, FL

July 29th – Kelsey Theater, Lake Park, FL

July 30th – Backbooth, Orlando, FL

July 31st – Masquerade, Atlanta, GA

August 2nd – Twelfth and Porter, Nashville, TN

August 3rd – Local 506, Chapel Hill, NC

August 4th – The Foundry, Philadelphia, PA

August 5th – The Knitting Factory, Brooklyn, NY

August 6th – Bill’s Bar, Boston, MA

August 7th – DC9, Washington DC

August 9th – Fairmount Theatre, Montreal, QC

August 10th – The Velvet Underground, Toronto, ON

August 11th – The Pike Room, Pontiac, MI

August 12th – Now That’s Class, Cleveland, OH

August 13th – Schubas Tavern, Chicago, IL

August 15th – Larimer Lounge, Denver, CO

August 16th – Kilby Court, Salt Lake City, UT

August 23rd – Rickshaw Stop, San Francisco, CA


Oct 28 – The Observatory North Park – San Diego, CA

Oct 29 –  Hollywood Palladium – Los Angeles, CA

Oct 30 – The Crescent Ballroom – Phoenix, AZ

Oct 31 – Rialto Theatre – Tucson, AZ

Nov 03 – Trees – Dallas, TX

Nov 07 – The Masquerade (Heaven Stage) – Atlanta, GA

Nov 08 – Mercury Lounge – Nashville, TN

Nov 10 – Howard Theatre – Washington, DC

Nov 11 – Terminal 5  – New York, NY

Nov 12 – Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA

Nov 14 – Paradise Rock Club – Boston, MA

Nov 16 – Madison Theatre – Covington, KY

Nov 18 – The Rave II – Milwaukee, WI

Nov 19 – Varsity Theater – Minneapolis, MN

Nov 22 – Gothic Theatre – Englewood, CO


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