Back in early September, The Disco Biscuits announced a lengthy winter tour that was to run from the middle of November 2019 through late January 2020. They had been teasing the tour all summer, but the announcement came with an added surprise: a brand new album on the horizon. Just as fast as they could snatch up tickets, fans began eagerly anticipating whether the band would be releasing new music from the album while on tour.
The 24-date tour has now gotten off to a rock-solid start with two two-night runs in Pennsylvania. The Disco Biscuits then kicked off last weekend’s run at The National with two nights in Richmond, Virginia. The packed-out show acted as the latest stop on the band’s tour, which has plenty more dates along the entire East Coast and Midwest. Now the band’s four-hour-long live set from Sunday, November 17, is available in full professional quality.
During the set, the Biscuits treated attendees to the live debut of “Clocks,” which is a reworked version of “That Sample Has a Name.” No word on whether the song will be on the impending album, but The Disco Biscuits still have a lot more tour left to shell out new music.
Watch The Disco Biscuits’ entire live performance from The National and view more 2019-2020 winter tour dates below. Also, head here to purchase tickets.
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