Charleston's own Dangermuffin recently announced the release date of their newest studio album, Heritage, will be on Friday, March 31st, 2017. The eight-track release features a "cohesive blend of Alt-Americana, Island grooves, Folk and Jam."
In celebration of their sixth record release, Dangermuffin will tour throughout the spring and summer in support of the album. A full list of confirmed dates are below, but fans can expect more shows to be announced in the future.
Although the band has performed as a trio for nearly a decade, the recent addition of drummer Markus Helander of Finland makes Heritage the group’s most progressive album to date. Six of the songs were recorded acoustically. while the vocals were recorded in Charleston’s historic Unitarian Church, a National Historic Landmark built in 1772. The album is the follow-up to 2014's Songs For The Universe.
Here's Dangermuffin's current list of tour dates:
03/15/17 - The Ale & The Witch - St. Petersburg, FL
03/16/17 - Wynwood Yard - Miami, FL
03/17/17 - Ella’s Folk Art Cafe - Tampa, FL
03/18/17 - Salt Life Festival - Sea Walk Pavilion - Jacksonville, FL
03/22/17 - Guanabanas - Jupiter, FL
03/23/17 - Will’s Pub - Orlando, FL
03/24/17 - Roasting Room - Bluffton, SC
03/25/17 - Pour House - Charleston, SC
03/30/17 - Smith’s Olde Bar - Atlanta, GA
03/31/17 - Gottrocks - Greenville, SC
04/01/17 - Isis Music Hall - Asheville, NC
04/07/17 - Ashley St. Station - Valdosta, GA
04/08/17 - String Break - Brooksville, FL
04/12/17 - American Beauty - New York, NY
04/13/17 - World Cafe Live--Philly, PA
04/14/17 - Gypsy Sally’s - Washington, DC
04/18/17 - Woodlands Tavern - Columbus, OH
04/19/17 - The Burl - Lexington, KY
04/22/17 - Willow Tree Coffee House - Johnson City, TN
04/28/17 - The Palm Room - Wrightsville Beach, NC
04/29/17 - The Lincoln Theatre w/ Greg Humphreys Band - Raleigh, NC
For more information, visit the band's official website here.