Electronic post-punk duo Wingtips announce Summer 2022 tour dates
The electronic post-punk duo Wingtips have just announced their Summer 2022 tour dates.
Front man Vincent Segretario says, “We’re stoked to be hitting the road once again for our first headline tour of the states since the release of “Cutting Room Floor”. Many thanks to those who have made it to our shows this past year, or supported us otherwise. Looking forward to what the rest of 2022 brings!”
The duo released “Cutting Room Floor” worldwide on Artoffact Records last year in September.
- 06.30 Toronto – Lee’s Palace
- 07.01 Detroit – Small’s
- 07.02 Chicago – Lincoln Hall
- 07.30 Denver – Lion’s Lair
- 07.31 Calgary – Terminus Festival
- 08.03 Seattle – Cherry
- 08.04 Tacoma – Real Art
- 08.05 Portland – Coffin Club
- 08.06 Baker City – Churchill
- 08.08 Sacramento – Starlet Room
- 08.10 San Diego – Casbah
- 08.11 Costa Mesa – Wayfarer
- 08.12 Los Angeles – Catch One
- 08.13 Las Vegas – Tba
- 08.14 Yuma – Red Moon Ale House
- 08.15 Mesa – Nile Underground
- 08.16 El Paso – The Reagan
- 08.18 Laredo – Cold Brew Rock Bar
- 08.19 San Antonio – Paper Tiger
- 08.20 Houston – White Oak Music Hall
- 08.21 New Orleans – Banks Street Bar
Wingtips was formed in Chicago in 2014 by Vincent Segretario after informally using the moniker for a number of previous experimental solo performances. In 2016, the band released an EP entitled “Greyarea” and former live member Hannah Avalon became creative collaborator. The band continued to do live shows and record demos in 2017.
In August 2018, the band’s new single, “Relativity”, their first public work in close to two years, was released. In 2019 they announced a record deal with Toronto-based Artoffact Records, which has released two of the band’s records to date, 2021’s “Cutting Room Floor” and 2019’s “Exposure Therapy”.
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