Suuns - "Edie's Dream" (video) + Tour Dates

Suuns' sophomore album, 'Images Du Futur', releases 5 March via Secretly Canadian.

Suuns describe the creation of the new video, "Edie's Dream": "About a two-hour drive north of Montreal there is a lake and some paths that run through the woods. That's where we met Edie. This video was shot in the late fall, just a week before the snow would arrive and make this shoot impossible.

"At first, 'Edie's Dream' started as a kind of nightmare, with burial themes and the cold and lonely woods. But gradually, it melted into a kind of bittersweet daydream. Edie is stunning, she is family to the band and at only 13, she carries herself with the poise and confidence of someone who understands the music, understands the cold, understands dreaming and its different layers."


03/02/13 - Saint-Tite, QC - A la Fut #

03/08/13 - Saint-Hyacinthe, QC - Le Zaricot #

03/12/13 - Laval, QC - Studio Theatre #

03/23/13 - Toronto, ON - Lee's Palace - Canadian Music Fest

03/29/13 - Joliette, QC - Cabaret Arena #

03/30/13 - Terrebonne, QC - Moulin Neuf *

04/04/13 - Montreal, QC - Sala Rossa

04/05/13 - Quebec City, QC - Le Cercle

04/09/13 - London, ON - Call The Office

04/10/13 - Windsor, ON - Phog Lounge

04/11/13 - Hamilton, ON - Casbah

04/12/13 - Kingston, ON - Grad Club

04/13/13 - Ottawa, ON - Ritual

04/15/13 - New York, NY - Mercury Lounge

04/16/13 - Washington, DC - Black Cat

04/20/13 - Chicago, IL - Schuba's

04/22/13 - Bloomington, IN - Bishop Bar

04/23/13 - St. Louis, MO - Firebird

04/29/13 - Rome, IT - Lanificio 159

04/30/13 - Modena, IT - Mattatoia

05/02/13 - Zagreb, HR - Culture Factory Club

05/03/13 - Krems, AT - Donau Festival

05/04/13 - Munich, DE - Atomic Cafe

05/05/13 - Berlin, DE - Comet

05/06/13 - Cologne, DE - Studio 672

05/07/13 - Metz, FR - Les Trinitaires

05/08/13 - Zurich, CH - Rote Fabrik

05/09/13 - Paris, FR - Trabendo

05/10/13 - Lille, FR - Grand Mix

05/11/13 - Brussels, BE - La Nuit de Botanique

05/12/13 - Amsterdam, NL - Melkweg

05/14/13 - London, UK - XOYO

05/15/13 - Leeds, UK - Brudenell Social Club

05/16/13 - Dublin, IE - The Grand Social

05/17/13 - Liverpool, UK - Kazimier

05/18/13 - Bristol, UK - The Exchange

05/22/13 - Victoria, BC - Lucky Bar

05/23/13 - Vancouver, BC - Media Club

# = with We Are Wolves

* = with Plants and Animals

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