American rock quintet The Wild Feathers have announced that they will hit the road for additional tour dates this fall in support of their self-titled, critically lauded debut album. The seemingly indefatigable Nashville quintet has continued to organically grow its audience at a rapid pace, with constant touring and barn-storming shows at clubs around the world and festivals across the country, including Bonnaroo, Firefly, and Summerfest this summer.

The Wild Feathers' upcoming fall tour includes a show at New York City's fabled Irving Plaza, marking their fourth headlining show in NYC - a city that has embraced the band from the very beginning. They will also perform at the Squamish Valley Music Festival and the Voodoo Music Experience, as well as headline their hometown's Live on the Green Festival. Please see below for all tour dates. It's no wonder that Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Gary Clark Jr., Sheryl Crow, Paul Simon and countless others have become fans of their hybrid take on rock, country, folk & classic soul informed by masterful song craft, souring vocal harmonies and infused with Stones/Faces- swagger: Support on all fall tour dates from The Apache Relay and Desert Noises.

"Classic rock DJs have been itching for this band for years. The Wild Feathers channel their Nashville roots with fast-stepping, unmistakably Southern country-rock suggesting a sprightly union of My Morning Jacket and Neil Young." - The New York Times

"They soar on the chemistry and cooperation between no fewer than tree expert songsmiths. Then they elaborate their compositions with the wafting harmonies of four of the five band members...Examples range from the Byrds and Buffalo Springfield to Traffic and Fleetwood Mac...Think the Jayhawkes kicked from behind by The Heartbreakers. American roots music with flat-out rock." - The NY Daily News

"Something that fans of heartland artists like the Avett Brothers and My Morning Jacket will appreciate while it recalls the magic of Tom Petty and Neil Young" - Rolling Stone

In addition, the video for the band's new video for "Left My Woman" premieres today on /

The Apache Relay and Desert Noises Support on all dates:

08/08   Squamish, BC               Squamish Valley Music Festival
08/13   Littleton, CO                  Denver Botanic Gardens
08/14   Houston, TX                   House of Blues
08/15   Dallas, TX                      Gexa Energy Pavilion
08/16   Austin, TX                      Emo's
08/27   Louisville, KY                 WFPK Waterfront Wednesday
08/31   Hershey, PA                  Zac Brown Festival @ Hersheypark Stadium
09/03   Delmar, CA                    Delmar Racetrack KPRI
09/05   Nashville, TN                  Live on the Green Festival
09/07   Atlanta, GA                    Parklife Festival
09/19   Hamburg, GER               Reeperbahn Festival
09/20   St Peter Ording, GER     Beach Motel
10/02   Barcelona, Spain            Sala Bikini
10/03   Madrid, Spain                 Joy Eslavia
10/15   Kansas City, KS            The Riot Room
10/17   Denver, CO                    Gothic Theater
10/21   Salt Lake City, UT          Kilby Court
10/22   Boise, ID                       Knitting Factory
10/24   Seattle, WA                   Tractor Tavern
10/26   Portland, OR                  Doug Fir Lounge
10/28   San Francisco, CA         Great American Music Hall
10/29   Los Angeles, CA            El Rey
1031 - Nov 2  New Orleans, LA   Voodoo Music Experience (actual show date TBC)  
11/04   Indianapolis, IN               Deluxe at Old National Centre
11/06   Minneapolis, MN             Varsity Theater
11/07   Chicago, IL                     The Metro
11/08   Milwaukee, WI                The Rave
11/09   Cincinnati, OH                20th Century Theatre
11/11   Detroit, MI                      The Shelter
11/12   Toronto, ON                    Lee's Palace
11/14   Portland, ME                  Port City Music Hall
11/15   Boston, MA                    Brighton Music Hall
11/16   Providence, RI                Fete Lounge
11/18   Philadelphia, PA             World CafĂ© Live
11/20   Washington, DC             9:30 Club
11/21   New York, NY                Irving Plaza

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