The Fling Tours New EP 'What I've Seen'

If you were a fan of The Fling's LP When the Madhouses Appear from earlier this year, then you'll be excited to know that there is yet another release upcoming, complimented by a rather extensive US tour. What I've Seen will be released November 1, and their tour started October 18 in California. The rest of the year will be spent on the road in promotion of their new disc, so keep an eye out. Dates below the jump.


Fri, Nov 4 Boston, MA @ Middle East**

Sat, Nov 5 New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge**

Sun, Nov 6 Brooklyn, NY @ Rock Shop**

Tue, Nov 8 Hoboken, NJ @ Maxwell's**

Wed, Nov 9 Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie**

Thu, Nov 10 Washington, DC @ Red Palace**

Fri, Nov 11 Richmond, VA @ The Camel**

Sat, Nov 12 Chapel Hill, NC @ Local 506**

Mon, Nov 14 Charlotte, NC @ Snug Harbor**

Tue, Nov 15 Atlanta, GA @ The Earl***

Thu, Nov 17 St. Louis, MO @ Off Broadway***

Wed, Nov 16 Nashville, TN @ 3rd & Lindsley***

Fri, Nov 18 Louisville, KY @ Zanza Bar***

Sat, Nov 19 Columbus, OH @ Rumba Café***

Tue, Nov 20 Cleveland, OH @ Beachland Tavern***

Mon, Nov 22 Pittsburgh, PA @ Club Café***

Wed, Nov 23 East Lansing, MI @ Mac's Bar***

Fri, Nov 25 Chicago, IL @ Ultra Lounge***

Mon, Nov 28 Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Ave Entry***

Wed Nov 30 Rock Island, IL @ Rozz Tox***

Thu, Dec 1 Ames, IA @ The Maintenance Shop***

Fri, Dec 2 Omaha, NE @ Slowdown Jr***

Sat, Dec 3 Kansas City, MO @ Riot Room***

Sun,Dec 4 Oklahoma City, OK @ The Conservatory***

Tue, Dec 6 Little Rock, AR @ Juanita's Cantina***

Wed, Dec 7 Dallas, TX @ Double Wide***

Thu, Dec 8 Houston, TX @ Fitz Downstairs***

Fri, Dec 9 Austin, TX @ Emo's Inside***

Sun, Dec 11 Denver, CO @ Larimer Lounge***

Tue, Dec 13 Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court***

Wed, Dec 14 Boise, ID @ Neurolox***

Fri, Dec 16 Spokane, WA @ A Club***

Sat, Dec 17 Seattle, WA @ Crocodile Café***

Sun, Dec 18 Portland, OR @ Doug Fir***

Wed, Dec 21 San Francisco, CA @ Brick & Mortar***

Thu, Dec 22 San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar***

* - Dates with David Vandervelde

** - Dates with Floating Action

*** - Dates with Yukon Blonde

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