DENGUE FEVER (, whose exotic blend of Cambodian rock, Afro grooves, surf, and garage psych confirmed today the first round of North American tour dates in 2015 with all tickets on sale Friday. The band will kick off the first leg of their tour with a record release show on February 5, 2015 at The Echoplex in their hometown of Los Angeles.
Additional show information and where to purchase tickets can be found here: Confirmed tour dates are:
02/05/15 @ Echoplex, Los Angeles, CA (Record Release Show)
02/06/15 @ City Winery, Napa, CA
02/07/15 @ WOW Hall, Eugene, OR
02/08/15 @ The Shakedown, Bellingham, WA
02/09/15 @ Biltmore Cabaret, Vancouver BC, CANADA
02/10/15 @ The Triple Door, Seattle, WA
02/11/15 @ Doug Fir Lounge, Portland, OR
02/12/15 @ Chico's Women's Club, Chico, CA
02/13/15 @ The Independent, San Francisco, CA
02/14/15 @ Pappy & Harriets, Pioneertown, CA
03/12/15 @ Strummers, Fresno, CA
03/13/15 @ SoHo Music Club, Santa Barbara, CA
03/14/15 @ Casbah, San Diego, CA
03/29/14 @ The Observatory, Santa Ana (Burgerama)
Additional dates to be announced shortly.
Dengue Fever will be confirming more tour dates in 2015 for both North America and Europe in support of their latest album, The Deepest Lake. The album will be available on CD, colored vinyl and digitally on Tuesday January 27, 2015 in North America and February 2, 2015 in the rest of the world. Fans looking to order the new release can pre-order here:
The Deepest Lake finds Dengue Fever expanding their trademark psych/surf/Cambodian pop sound with African percussion, vocals that would make Exene and John Doe proud, sweeping melodies and extended psychedelic jams of songs that often time out after five or six minutes. The band made a conscious decision to head into the studio looking to expand their sound while also following their instincts to explore jams that came out of demos recorded in their home studio where the album was produced entirely by the band themselves. The result is sound that showcases their musically adventurous side while still remaining faithful to the bands otherworldly sound.

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