Kali Masi have announced August tour dates, kicking off tomorrow at Cobra Lounge in Chicago, IL (see dates below). The band will touring in support of their latest album Wind Instrument, which can be stream below.
8.23 – Chicago, IL – Cobra Lounge (AA)
8.24 – Iowa City, IA – Gabe’s (AA)
8.25 – Lincoln, NE – The Bay-Skate Art Music Anti-Gala (AA)
8.27 – Ft. Collins, CO – Surfside 7 (21+)
8.28 – Denver, CO – Seventh Circle Music Collective (AA)
8.29 – Albuquerque, NM – Moonlight Lounge (21+)
8.30 – Arlington, TX – Division Brewing (AA)
8.31 – San Antonio, TX – Limelight (18+)
9.1 – Oklahoma City, OK – Blue Note (21+)
9.2 – St. Louis, MO – FUBAR (AA)
About the band:
When Kali Masi first got in the van, some of them were barely 18. They started touring as kids and when the wheels stopped spinning they were adults. By 2015 they had seen the entirety of the United States three times over. What began as adventurous had grown into routine. At home, there was a tangible change around them, a wind, and they were looking inside of ourselves to find out what was changing: about them, about their world, their future, and what this band meant. Borrowing from Fugazi (an Instrument is used to make a measurement), they titled this introspective chapter, and what would come to be their first full-length record, Wind Instrument. They worked with Jay Maas, an astounding engineer, musician, and now great friend to make the record. Together, Kali Masi set up camp at the legend-of-punk-lore Atlas Studios in Chicago and put pen to paper, piecing the fragmented parts of the past few years into some songs that they felt made sense of it all.