Beloved Pacific Northwest rock band Built to Spill have signed to Sub Pop Records, with a new album in the works, planned for a 2022 release. 

In celebration of the news, Built to Spill have also announced their first round of western US tour dates for 2022, beginning with a two-night stand January 26-27 at The Crocodile in Seattle, and running through February 11-12 with two nights at the Fillmore in San Francisco. These dates will feature direct support from Prism Bitch, with Oh, Rose, and Itchy Kitty opening on select dates.

The band also have a few headlining shows before their early 2022 run, including four dates with Team Dresch in December.

Built to Spill is currently working on their Sub Pop debut, the follow-up to 2015’s Untethered Moon, due in 2022. They’ve also recently released Built to Spill Plays the Songs of Daniel Johnston, a covers album featuring 11 songs from Johnston’s storied career (check it out below).

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Image courtesy of Built to Spill.

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