Stars kickoff 2018 tour with dates in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia in April.
After a rousing performance at the 2016 Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival in Fredericton, Montreal band Stars will be back on the East Coast in April in support of the group’s eighth album, There Is No Love In Florescent Light (Last Gang Records – 2017).
Voted one of the best albums of 2017 (Pitchfork’s Best Albums of 2017 Reader’s Poll), There Is No Love In Florescent Light has earned high praise from The AV Club, Exclaim!, CBC and others.
The album was recorded in Montreal and Connecticut and marks the band’s first time working with an outside producer. There Is No Love In Florescent Light was produced by Peter Katis who has also produced albums by Interpol, The National, Japandroids and worked with Trey Anastasio to co-produce his tenth album, 2012’s Traveller.
This past fall, Stars played sold-out shows at Brooklyn’s Rough Trade, LA’s Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, and Toronto’s The Great Hall.
Stars’ 2018 tour begins in Moncton with a show at The Tide & Boar on April 12, The Marquee in Halifax on April 14 and the Boyce Farmer’s Market in Fredericton on April 13.
Tickets for all three East Coast performances are now on sale.
Stars | April 12 | Tide & Boar | Moncton, NB | 9 p.m. | View event and ticket info
Stars | April 13 | The Marquee | Halifax, NS | 9 p.m. | View event and ticket info
Stars | April 14 | Boyce Farmer’s Market | Fredericton, NB | 9 p.m. | View event and ticket info