Gazebos announce new live dates

Gazebos announce new live dates with Summer Cannibals and Boyfriends

Seattle band Gazebos have announced new tour dates with Summer Cannibals and Boyfriends. The tour will feature the band’s new line-up, a rhythm section includes Tyler Swan (Truckasauras) on drums and Kimberly Morrison (The Dutchess & the Duke) on bass. Watch the band’s beguiling video for “I Don’t Wanna Be Here” from Sundance-award-winning director Carlos Lopez at the link above, and see below for a full list of upcoming performances.

Call it fate, call it fortune, call it the all-wise guiding-goddess Hand of Rock ‘n’ Roll, because any way you cut it, Gazebos was meant to be. Ever since the motley quartet of Seattle music-scene lifers came together in 2014, Gazebos has been a shining beacon of the city’s live-music landscape, their performances raucous and cathartic and hilarious, uniting the tribes under a banner of unabashed and unabridged fun. Now—finally!—Gazebos have an album out, their debut for Hardly Art Records, and nobody will be surprised that Die Alone is not the existential bummer the title suggests.


12.08.16 – Seattle, WA – Chop Suey
01.12.17 – Seattle, WA – Chop Suey * ^
01.13.17 – Portland, OR – Wonder Ballroom ^ & (all-ages)
01.14.17 – Eugene, OR – W.O.W. Hall * ^ (all-ages)
01.17.17 – Sacramento, CA – Blue Lamp *
01.18.17 – Oakland, CA – 1-2-3-4-Go! Records * $ (all-ages)
01.19.17 – Los Angeles, CA – Resident *
01.20.17 – San Diego, CA – Soda Bar *
01.21.17 – San Francisco, CA – Hemlock Tavern *
01.22.17 – Reno, NV – Holland Project * (all-ages)
01.23.17 – Boise, ID – Neurolux *

* – w/ Boyfriends
^ – w/ Summer Cannibals
& – w/ Hurry Up
$ – w/ Valley Boy (feat. Shannon Shaw)

Die Alone
February 19, 2016

01. Just Get High
02. Maintenance
03. I Don’t Wanna Be Here
04. Blend
05. Ere Specka
06. Sauna
07. There Are Worse Things I Could Do
08. Not Allowed
09. Boys I Like