Woods Cover the Kinks' "God's Children" and Announce Live Dates

by PopMatters Staff

10 April 2013

Woods perform a jangling and bright take on the classic Kink's tune, "God's Children".
 

Meanwhile, the band will be globetrotting through the summer with dates all over Europe, Canada, and the US, including a eagerly awaited appearance at Pitchfork 2013.


  
TOUR DATES
Thu-May-9   Les Nuits de Botanique - Brussels (B)
Fri-May-10   Vera - Groningen (NL)
Sat-May-11   Pop Revo - Aarhus (DK)
Sun-May-12   Pustervik - Gothenburg (S)
Mon-May-13   Debaser - Stockholm (S)
Tues-May-14   Debaser - Malmö (S)
Weds-May-15   Stengade - Copenhagen (DK)
Thu-May-16   Comet Club - Berlin (D)
Sat-May-18   The Great Escape @ Pavilion Theatre(Uncut Stage)- Brighton (UK)
Sun-May-19   The Lexington - London (UK)
Mon-May-20   Indiestad @ Paradiso - Amsterdam (NL)
Tues-May-21   Le Point Ephemere - Paris (F)
Weds-May-22   Le Saint des Seins - Toulouse (F)
Thu-May-23   Primavera Sound - Barcelona (ES)
Sat-Jul-13   Boston, MA         TT The Bears *
Sun-Jul-14   Portland, ME         Space 538 *
Mon-Jul-15   Burlington, VT     Signal Kitchen *
Tue-Jul-16   Montreal, QC     Il Motore *
Wed-Jul-17   Toronto, ON         Horseshoe Tavern *
Thu-Jul-18   Cleveland, OH     Beachland Tavern
Fri-Jul-19   Chicago, IL         Pitchfork Music Festival
Mon-Jul-22   Louisville, KY     Zanzabar *
Tue-Jul-23   Charlottesville, VA   Twisted Branch Tea Bazaar *
Wed-Jul-24   Philadelphia, PA     Morgan’s Pier *
Thu-Jul-25   Baltimore, MD     Ottobar *
Sat-Jul-27   New York, NY     Bowery Ballroom #
Fri-Aug-16   La Route Du Rock Festival - St. Malo (F)
Sun-Aug-18   Greenman Festival - Powys (UK)

* = w/ Parquet Courts
# = w/ Alex Bleeker and The Freaks

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