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Wavves Share New Song No Shade

Wednesday, 03 May 2017 Written by Laura Johnson

Wavves have shared a new song, No Shade.

The track is taken from their new album, 'You're Welcome', the follow up to 2015's 'V', which is due out on May 19 via Ghost Ramp.

The band will support the new record with the North American You're Welcome Tour, which will kick off on May 10 in Atlanta.

Wavves Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed May 10 2017 - ATLANTA Georgia - Terminal West (USA)
Fri May 12 2017 - NEW YORK New York - Bowery Ballroom (USA)
Sat May 13 2017 - WASHINGTON District Of Columbia - U Street Music Hall (USA)
Sun May 14 2017 - BROOKLYN New York - Music Hall Of Williamsburg (USA)
Tue May 16 2017 - PHILADELPHIA - Foundry Philadelphia (USA)
Wed May 17 2017 - BOSTON Massachusetts - Brighton Music Hall (USA)
Thu May 18 2017 - TORONTO Ontario - Lees Palace (Canada)
Fri May 19 2017 - BUFFALO New York - Tralf (USA)
Sat May 20 2017 - COLUMBUS Ohio - A and R Music Bar (USA)
Mon May 22 2017 - INDIANAPOLIS - Hi Fi (USA)
Tue May 23 2017 - CHICAGO Illinois - Bottom Lounge (USA)
Wed May 24 2017 - MINNEAPOLIS - Triple Rock Social Club (USA)
Thu May 25 2017 - KANSAS CITY - Record Bar (USA)
Sat May 27 2017 - DALLAS Texas - Gas Monkey Live (USA)
Sun May 28 2017 - AUSTIN Texas - Mohawk - Austin Outdoors (USA)
Tue May 30 2017 - SANTA FE New Mexico - Skylight (USA)
Wed May 31 2017 - PHOENIX - Pressroom (USA)
Thu June 01 2017 - SAN DIEGO - Irenic (USA)
Fri June 02 2017 - LOS ANGELES California - Teragram Ballroom (USA)
Sat June 03 2017 - SAN FRANCISCO - Independent (USA)
Mon June 05 2017 - SEATTLE - Crocodile Seattle (USA)
Tue June 06 2017 - PORTLAND Oregon - Hawthorne Theatre (USA)

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