Marble Eyes have announced tour dates for spring and summer 2021. Formed over quarantine, the group has written over 40 original songs and started a livestream series dubbed “Marble Eyes Mondays.” The band is made up of bassist Eric Gould of Pink Talking Fish, guitarist Mike Carter of The Indobox, drummer Adrian Tramontano and keyboardist Max Chase.
Their first show will take place on Friday at Putnam Palace in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., on Apr. 30, followed by performances in Denver, CO on May 14 and 15 and three shows in New England later in May. The band will be featured at The Music Hall’s “Live Under The Arch” series in their hometown Portsmouth, N.H. on June 6.
Later this summer, the band will perform at the Jerry Garcia Birthday Celebration in Mason, N.H. on July 31 (the eve of Garcia’s birthday), where they will support Melvin Seals & JGB. They will also be headlining the first night of The Grateful Campout Festival in Maine on Aug. 12.
The group also announced their first album that will be released later this year; no other details were made available. All of the Marble Eyes Mondays Livestream Concerts can be streamed for free on the Nugs.net Youtube page.
To watch a video of the final song closing out the Marble Eyes Mondays series titled “The Great Ride,” click here. For more information on touring plans, head to the band’s Facebook page. Check out a full list of dates below.
Marble Eyes Tour Dates:
Apr. 30: Saratoga Springs NY at Putnam Place
May 14: Denver CO at Knew Conscious
May 15: Denver CO at Knew Conscious
May 23: Wayne PA at 118 North
June 3: Stowe VT at Stowe Cider w/ Zach Nugent
June 4: Pembroke MA at Soundcheck Studios
June 6: Portsmouth NH at The Music Hall “Live Under The Arch Series” – 2 Shows
July 31: Mason NH at The Range supporting Melvin Seals & JGB
Aug. 12: Brunswick ME at The Grateful Campout