Work Drugs return
with new single, plot Spring tour

Philadelphia’s smoothest yacht rockers release their second single off of their upcoming album Insurgents along with a round of April tour dates. 

One of the hardest working independent bands in Philadelphia, Work Drugs, is keeping busy as the days lead up to the release of their latest album, Insurgents. It’s the follow-up to last year’s full length release Mavericks and will mark the 7th studio album released by Work Drugs (8th if you count their “Amore EP.”Just last week they shared a new song, “The Good In Goodbye,” the latest off the group’s upcoming record.

“The Good In Goodbye” sees Work Drugs twist a bit of a tropical reggae sound into their blend of dream pop meets yacht rock. Kat Bean, lead singer of fellow local band Amanda X joins in on the fun.

Continuing to stick with all things DIY and choosing to do things their own way, Insurgents will be released on the band’s own Bobby Cahn Records.

In our interview with Work Drugs last year, one half of the band Tom Crystal, mentioned that the band focuses more on songwriting and recording than touring. This year Work Drugs are giving their fans the best of both worlds as they plan to release Insurgents on March 4th and tour behind it a month later.

Joining them on the road in April will be Delaware’s Teen Men, a new focus for The Spinto Band’s Nick Krill. The two have previously played together at Work Drugs’ holiday show last December.

The tour kicks off on April 11th at Philly’s newest venue, The Boot and Saddle. Check out the full list of tour dates below to see if and when they will be hitting your town and be on the lookout come March 4th for the release of Insurgents.

INSURGENTS TOUR 2014 with special guests Teen Men
4/11/2014 – Philadelphia, PA – Boot and Saddle
4/12/2014 – Brooklyn, NY – Union Pool
4/16/2014 – Rochester, NY – Bug Jar
4/17/2014 – Columbus, OH – Rumba
4/18/2014 – Chicago, IL – Underground Lounge
4/19/2014 – Nashville, TN – The Basement

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