SUSTO SETS WINTER TOUR WITH HEARTLESS BASTARDS AND FUTUREBIRDS

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SustoCharleston, South Carolina band SUSTO kick off 2016 with a run of dates with Futurebirds before heading out with Heartless Bastards. The band will play SXSW this winter and make their debut at Stagecoach Festival in April. Also SUSTO is set to release an EP of new music in May with their sophomore full length entitled & I’m Fine Today to follow in late 2016. See full list of tour dates below.

SUSTO TOUR DATES
With Shovels and Rope | Futurebirds | Heartless Bastards
January 15—Charleston, SC—Charleston Music Hall w/ Shovels and Rope *
January 21—Little Rock, AR—Stickyz
January 22—Dallas, TX—Club Dada
January 23—Austin, TX—The Parish
January 25—Albuquerque, NM—Sister
January 27—Los Angeles, CA—The Echo
January 28—San Francisco, CA—The Independent
January 29—Santa Cruz, CA—Catalyst Club – Atrium
January 30—Reno, NV—House Show
February 3—Eugene, OR—Sam Bonds
February 4—Portland, OR—Mississippi Studios
February 5—Seattle, WA—Tractor Tavern
February 6—Spokane, WA—The Bartlett
February 9—Jackson Hole, WY—Town Square
February 11—Ft. Collins, CO—Surfside 7
February 12—Denver, CO—Larimer
February 13—Denver, CO—Larimer
February 16—Lawrence, KS—Bottleneck
February 18—Baton Rouge, LA—Spanish Moon
February 19—Mobile, AL—The Merry Widow
February 20—Tampa, FL—The Crowbar
February 21—Gainesville, FL—High Dive
February 22—Athens, GA—Georgia Theatre
February 23—Charleston, SC—Music Farm
February 24—Orlando, FL—The Social
February 26—Greensboro, NC—Blind Tiger
February 27—Asheville, NC—Isis Music Hall
February 28—Charlottesville, VA—The Southern
March 1—Charlotte, NC—Neighborhood Theatre
March 2—Boone, NC—Legends
March 3—Knoxville, TN—Bijou Theatre
March 4—Louisville, KY—Headliners
March 5—Dayton, OH—Oddbodys
March 7—Bloomington, IN— The Bishop
March 8, 2016—Columbia, MO—Rose Music Hall
March 10-12—Savannah, GA—Savannah Stopover Festival
March 16-18- Austin, TX—SXSW
April 30—Indio, CA—Stagecoach Festival

About SUSTO

In 2013, singer and songwriter Justin Osborne moved to Havana, Cuba to study anthropology and found himself immersed in the music scene there, strongly influenced by local musicians who played in the Trova style and Havana’s Confessionalist poetry movement. Returning home, in 2013, he founded the band SUSTO, drawing inspiration from his musicial discoveries in Cuba along with the homegrown music scene in Charleston. Osborn named his band after a medical syndrome that’s specific to Latin American culture and roughly translates as panic attack and invited musicians including Johnny Delaware (guitar, piano), Marshall Hudson (drums), Jordan Hicks (bass), Jenna Desmond (bass) and Corey Campbell (keyboard and guitar). The band released their self titled debut album in 2014 and have a new EP coming out in May of 2016.


Written By FestPop Staff Writer Kadie Murphy

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