Philadelphia’s electro-rock powerhouse Tweed has announced a run of dates for fall 2019. This weekend, Tweed will be at Blue Point Brewery in Patchogue for a free show, and on October 4 they’ll be aboard The Lucille for an NYC Rocks Off boat cruise with New Jersey’s Waiting On Mongo. The band brings their electrifying “Tweed Goes Disco” tunes to the boat cruise and will be welcoming horn-section sit-ins throughout the night. Additionally, Tweed has also added multi-instrumentalist, Charles Field, to their permanent lineup.
This announcement comes after Tweed’s recent Camp Bisco debut and August co-headline with El Ten Eleven and TOBACCO at Philly’s SENSORiUM Festival. If you missed the recent release of their single, Moves, which included a homemade music video, go and check out the band’s new sound. The official music video will be released in October and their sonically-charged full-length album, Moves, is due to release in November.
Drummer, Joe Vela explains, “We couldn’t be more excited to add Charlie to the band. Chaz is an incredibly talented musician and has been sitting in as a special guest with us for years. It’s been long overdue to get him on tour with us. Charlie will be leveling-up these songs with his violin, guitar, percussion, and vocals and has already contributed to our soon-to-be-released album.”
Sep 14 Blue Point Brewery – Patchogue, NY
Oct 4 Rocks Off Boat Cruise – New York, NY
Oct 5 Beauty in the Backyard – Darlington, MD
Oct 18 Electric Halloween Festival – Millville, NJ
Oct 31 Deer Park Tavern – Newark, DE
November 2 TBA – Philadelphia, PA
November 27 Sprout Music Collective West Chester, PA