Cass McCombs - "Big Wheel" (video) + Tour Dates

Cass McCombs has just released a trippy video for "Big Wheel", the title tune from his 2013 effort Big Wheel and Others, which released last August via Domino. McCombs' upcoming world tour takes him through Europe and Australia.


Jan. 8 - Bristol, UK @ Colston Hall

Jan. 9 - Glasgow, UK @ CCA

Jan. 10 - Manchester, UK @ Deaf Institute

Jan. 11 - Dublin, IE @ Workmans Club

Jan. 13 - London, UK @ Queen Elizabeth Hall

Jan. 16 - Lisbon, PT @ Teatro Maria Matos

Jan. 17 - Aveiro City, PT @ Teatro Aveirense

Jan. 18 - VN Famalicao, PT @ Casa de Artes

Jan. 19 - Santiago, ES @ Salon Teatro de Santiago

Jan. 20 - Madrid, ES @ El Sol

Jan. 21 - Cadiz, ES @ Edificio

Jan. 23 - Barcelona, ES @ La Sala (2) Apolo

Jan. 24 - Bordeaux, FR @ Bordeaux Rocks

Jan. 25 - Rouen, FR @ Le 106

Jan. 26 - Paris, FR @ MoFo Festival @ Mains D'Ouevres

Jan. 30 - Melbourne, AU @ Northcote Social Club

Jan. 31 - Brisbane RNA, AU @ Laneway

Feb. 1 - Melbourne, AU @ Laneway

Feb. 2 - Sydney, AU @ Laneway

Feb. 6 - Sydney, AU @ Oxford Art Factory

Feb. 7 - Adelaide, AU @ Laneway

Feb. 8 - Fremantle, AU @ Laneway

Feb. 17-20 - Southwold, Suffolk, UK @ Latitude Festival




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