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Published on September 11th, 2015 | by Jameelah "Just Jay" Wilkerson


RONCHO Announce West Coast Headlining Tour

Following summer festival performances at FYF, Sasquatch, Bonnaroo, and Firefly, the unstoppable BRONCHO have announced a headlining West Coast tour in November, including shows at San Francisco’s The Independent and Los Angeles’ Teragram Ballroom. BRONCHO will be supported by psychedelic pop singer Pearl Charles and LA rock missionaries The Shelters. The new tour will follow previously announced dates opening for The Growlers, as well as an appearance at Austin’s Fun Fun Fun Fest. These dates will mark BRONCHO’s final round of touring on their acclaimed second album Just Enough Hip To Be Woman before they begin work on their next record.

BRONCHO will also be making an appearance on Last Call With Carson Daly on September 18; the show will air a live set from the band filmed at their recent FYF Festival show, including their hit single “Class Historian.” Last Call airs at 1:35/12:35c (NBC late night programming for evening of September 17).

2015 Tour Dates
bold = new dates w/ The Shelters & Pearl Charles
* w/ The Growlers
10/14 – Old Rock House – St. Louis, MO
10/15 – Bottleneck – Lawrence, KS
10/17 – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL
11/01 – Club Downunder – Tallahassee, FL*
11/02 – Crowbar – Tampa, FL*
11/03 – Culture Room – Fort Lauderdale, FL*
11/04 – Social – Orlando, FL*
11/05 – Loosey’s – Gainesville, FL*
11/06-08 – Fun Fun Fun Fest – Austin, TX
11/10 – Larimer Lounge – Denver, CO
11/11 – Urban Lounge – Salt Lake City, UT
11/12 – Neurolux – Boise, ID
11/13 – Tractor Tavern – Seattle, WA
11/14 – Cobalt – Vancouver, BC
11/15 – Mississippi Studios – Portland, OR
11/17 – Press Club – Sacramento, CA
11/18 – Independent – San Francisco, CA
11/19 – Teragram Ballroom – Los Angeles, CA
11/20 – Hideout – San Diego, CA
11/21 – Constellation Room – Santa Ana, CA

Raves for BRONCHO’s live show:

“BRONCHO shifted seamlessly between shoegaze, garage rock, and punk, all with hooks that just ever so subtly register in pop.” – Consequence of Sound

“[R]ock tunes haven’t sounded this simultaneously smoky and bouncy since the mid-’80s heyday of the Cult and the Jesus and Mary Chain.” – Spin

“[R]agged Oklahoma rockers Broncho sound[ed] like a punk-rock Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.” – Yahoo!

“Broncho plays to its slop-pop reputation, but they’ve hit upon a sharp balance of tightly controlled chaos.” – Austin Chronicle

“Lindsey’s band conveyed a punk spirit with a more expansive palette of sounds.” – Denver Westword

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