Winnipeg, Canada’s Alone I Walk are excited to announce additional tour dates as Part II of the Get Up Tour. In addition to multiple U.S. dates, Alone I Walk will be performing at the Electric City Music Conference on September 13 & 14, as well as a number of EP Release shows across Canada with friends Nicolas Rage.
Alone I Walk have also added a countdown to their next single, “Green to Grey,” which is scheduled for release on August 29. Follow the countdown here: https://ffm.to/aiw_greentogrey.
The band’s Anchor Eighty Four debut The Hardest Years Yet will be released on September 13. Pre-order here: https://found.ee/THYY_PreOrder.
August 30 – Jacksonville, FL @ Nighthawks
August 31 – Sanford, FL @ Chance on The River
September 1 – Ocala, FL @ House Show
September 3 – Orlando, FL @ Soundbar
September 5 – Richmond, VA @ Garden Grove Brewery
September 7 – Philadelphia, PA @ Creep Records
September 8 – Brooklyn, NY @ Gold Sounds
September 13 – Scranton, PA @ Electric City Music Conference
September 14 – Scranton, PA @ Electric City Music Conference
CANADA w/ Nicolas Rage
September 18 – Winnipeg, CA @ The Dog Pound
September 19 – Saskatoon, CA @ Black Cat Caverna
September 22 – Edmonton, CA @ The Buckingham
September 24 – Kamloops, CA @ Pizza Pi
September 25 – Vancouver, CA @ KW Studio
September 26 – Kelowna, CA @ Fernando’s
September 28 – Calgary, CA @ The Rec Room
Check out the music video for their latest single “Get Up” here: https://found.ee/GetUpvideo.
Alone I Walk has opened for acts such as PVRIS, Silverstein, and Rarity in Canada and has toured the U.S. multiple times.
Bringing a wide range of energetic and hooky rhythms to their sound, Alone I Walk ties together a strong and emotive vocal delivery by frontman/guitarist François Courcelles, while his brother Pascal (drums/vocals) lends his impactful harmonies to their sound both live and on record.
Signing to Los Angeles based label Anchor Eighty Four during the winter of 2019, Alone I Walk traveled to Los Angeles shortly after, tapping producer Johnny Liu (In Her Own Words, Slaves, Slowtrip) to help elevate the demos they had written for their label debut in a way that none of them could have imagined.
Being a duo, Franky and Pascal played every instrument and sung every line on the new EP themselves bringing and unmatched cohesive sound to each song that only two people truly connected could have achieved.