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Sleeper Agent To Support New Politics on 2014 Tour

Sleeper Agent will hit the road this coming January, kicking off the new year by supporting New Politics and Magic Man on an extensive run of U.S. live dates. The trek will kick off on January 14th in Houston, TX and wind down on Wednesday, February 19th at the Troubadour in Los Angeles, CA. Tickets for all dates will go on-sale this Friday, November 1st. See below for a complete routing.

“We’re all extremely excited to be kicking off our new record by touring with New Politics,” said Sleeper Agent’s Tony Smith. “We’re finally going to be able to share this new record with everyone and we absolutely cannot wait to get back on stage! I’m so anxious to see everyone who supported us through the last record and meet some new faces as well. We’ll see you soon!”

Sleeper Agent are currently gearing up their forthcoming second studio album, due out for release early next year (RCA/Mom+ Pop). The new album will follow up the band’s heralded debut album Celabrasion, which was released by Mom + Pop in 2011 and immediately garnered the affectionate attention of the blogosphere straight to the top of the national music media – leading to prominent features on the pages on SPIN, Rolling Stone, Alternative Press, Guitar World, Los Angeles Times, and many more. Rolling Stone hailed them as a “Band To Watch” and the group was named the #2 Best New Band in the annual Rolling Stone Reader’s Poll. Sleeper Agent also won MTVu’s Freshman Award in February 2012 and singer Alex Kandel was one of six artists to be nominated for Rolling Stone’s “Women Who Rock” contest in 2012. The band toured nonstop through out 2012, sharing the stage with Weezer, Fun., Grouplove, Young The Giant, Ben Kweller, The Joy Formidable, Manchester Orchestra, Circa Survive, Company of Thieves, and more.

2014 Live Dates

1/14 – Warehouse – Houston, TX
1/15 – Antone’s – Austin, TX
1/16 – House of Blues Parish Room – New Orleans, LA
1/17 – Rock Bottom – Montgomery, AL
1/18 – The Social – Orlando, FL
1/19 – Culture Room – Ft. Lauderdale, FL
1/21 – Terminal West – Atlanta, GA
1/22 – Exit/In – Nashville, TN
1/23 – Amos’ Southend – Charlotte, NC
1/24 – Ziggy’s By The Sea – Wilmington, NC
1/26 – Rock and Roll Hotel – Washington, DC
1/28 – Opera House – Toronto, ON
1/29 – Higher Ground – Burlington, VT
1/30 – Bowery Ballroom – New York, NY
1/31 – The Met – Providence, RI
2/1 – Sinclair – Boston, MA
2/4 – Shelter – Detroit, MI
2/5 – Newport Music Hall – Columbus, OH
2/6 – Bottom Lounge – Chicago, IL
2/7 – Firebird – St. Louis, MO
2/8 – The Rave – Milwaukee, WI
2/9 – Triple Rock – Minneapolis, MN
2/11 – Club Sound – Salt Lake City, UT
2/12 – Vinyl – Las Vegas, NV
2/15 – Soho – Santa Barbara, CA
2/16 – Independent – San Francisco, CA
2/17 – House of Blues – San Diego, CA
2/18 – Constellation Room – Santa Ana, CA
2/19 – Troubadour – Los Angeles, CA