High Places Announces Upcoming Album Release and Spring Tour

Matt Kiebus :: Tuesday, January 19th, 2010 11:45 am

The duo Mary Pearson and Rob Barber, known as High Places, have announced the April 6th release of their second album High Places vs. Mankind. On the new album the band will be addressing the general meaning of being human and engaging with other people. The album covers many of the most important and complex issues in life, from relationships to aging and death.

High Places also announced the tour dates for their upcoming Spring 2010 North American and European tour, starting in Los Angeles on March 19th and ending in Portugal on May 21st.


Mar 19 Los Angeles, CA The Echo
Mar 24 San Francisco, CA Rickshaw Stop
Mar 27 Portland, OR Berbatiā€™s Pan w/Bear In Heaven, Cymbals Eat Guitars
Mar 28 Seattle, WA The Crocodile w/Bear In Heaven
Mar 30 Salt Lake City, UT Kilby Court
Mar 31 Denver, CO Hi Dive
Apr 1 Omaha, NE Slowdown Jr.
Apr 2 Minneapolis, MN Triple Rock Social Club w/Tobacco, Hood Internet
Apr 3 Chicago, IL Schubas
Apr 5 Columbus, OH The Summit
Apr 7 Philadelphia, PA Kung Fu Necktie
Apr 16 Madrid, Spain La Casa Encendida w/Javelin
Apr 17 Barcelona, Spain LA2
Apr 18 Valladolid, Spain Espacio Joven
Apr 20 Paris, France Point Ephemere
Apr 22 Milan, Italy Amigdala Theatre
Apr 23 Pisa, Italy Fosfeni Festival (Citta Del Teatro)
Apr 24 Dudingen, Switzerland Bad Bonn
Apr 25 Prague, Czech Republic Bio Oko
Apr 26 Zagreb, Croatia AT
Apr 27 Graz, Austria Explosiv
Apr 28 St. Gallen, Switzerland Grabenhalle
Apr 29 Dijon, France Kill Your Pop Festival (Atheneum)
May 1 Antwerp, Belgium Trix
May 3 Brighton, UK Freebutt
May 4 London, UK Cargo
May 6 Glasgow, UK Nice & Sleazy
May 7 Sheffield, UK The Harley
May 8 Leeds, UK Brudenell Social Club
May 10 Amsterdam, Netherlands De Nieuwe Anita
May 12 Berlin, Germany Spex Festival
May 13 Copenhagen, Denmark Rust
May 14 Stockholm, Sweden Debaser
May 15 Malmo, Sweden Debaser
May 20 Lisbon, Portugal ZDB
May 21 Porto, Portugal Plano B

Here is the video for the first single “I Was Born” from High Places vs. Mankind