The Low Anthem release limited-edition record, set tour dates

The Low Anthem. Photo courtesy of Big Hassle Publicity.

The Low Anthem. Photo courtesy of Big Hassle Publicity.
Rhode Island group The Low Anthem will release a special limited-edition, 7-inch of their single “Charlie Darwin” on March 2, featuring new and unreleased material.

The A-side includes “Charlie Darwin,” and the B-side includes two staples from the band’s live show, the previously-unreleased “Sally Where’d You Get Your Liquor From” (originally by Rev. Gary Davis) and “Don’t Let Nobody Turn You Around” (originally by Blind Willie McTell), a bonus track previously only available on iTunes.

The “Darwin” 7-inch package references the band’s initial hand-painted and silkscreened self-release of Nonesuch debut, Oh My God, Charlie Darwin.

The band is setting out on its first headling tour, where it will be joined by acts including Timber Timbre, LIssie, The Wheel, Annie and the Beekeepers.

Tour dates, cities and locations are:

Feb. 23, 2010 — Pittsburgh, Club Cafe
Feb. 24 — Athens, Ohio, at Ohio University Memorial Auditorium with Avett Brothers
Feb. 26 — Ithaca, N.Y., at The State Theatre with Avett Brothers (sold out)
Feb. 27 — Cleveland at House Of Blues Cleveland with Avett Brothers (sold out)
Feb. 28 — Indianapolis at Egyptian Room at the Murat Theatre with Avett Brothers (sold out)

March 2 — Columbia, Mo., at Missouri Theatre with Avett Brothers (sold out)
March 3 — Midwest City, Okla., at Rose State College with Avett Brothers
March 5 — Minneapolis at First Avenue with Avett Brothers (sold out)
March 6 — Milwaukee at The Riverside Theatre with Avett Brothers
March 7 — Chicago at House Of Blues with Avett Brothers (sold out)
March 9 — Ann Arbor, Mich., at Michigan Theater with Avett Brothers
March 11 — Washington, D.C., at Kennedy Center Concert Hall (FREE SHOW)
March 11 — Washington, D.C. at 9:30 Club w/Lissie (LATE SHOW)
March 12 — Philadelphia at First Unitarian Church, with Annie and the Beekeepers & Lissie
March 13 — Carrboro, N.C. at Cat’s Cradle, with Annie and the Beekeepers & Lissie
March 14 — Atlanta at Smith’s Olde Bar, with Annie and the Beekeepers & Lissie
March 15 — Nashville, Tenn., at Belcourt Theatre, with Annie and the Beekeepers & Lissie
March 17 — Dallas at Granada Theater w/Admiral Radley (Members of Grandaddy and Earlimart)
March 18 — Austin, Texas, at South By South West (SXSW) festival — Paste Magazine at Galaxy Room
March 18 — Austin, Texas, at SXSW — Rolling Stone Official Showcase at Beauty Bar Ballroom
March 19 — Austin, Texas, at SXSW — HearYa Day Party at Beauty Bar (Outside)
March 19 — Austin, Texas, at SXSW — Live at the Apple Store (Barton Creek)
March 19 — Austin, Texas, at SXSW — Official Showcase at St. David’s Sanctuary
March 20 — Austin, Texas, at SXSW – Hotel San Jose
March 22 — Santa Fe, N.M., at Santa Fe Brewing Company, with Timber Timbre
March 23 — Tucson, Ariz., at Plush, with Timber Timbre
March 24 — Los Angeles at Largo, with Timber Timbre
March 25 — Los Angeles at Bootleg Theater, with Timber Timbre
March 26 — San Francisco at Great American Music Hall, with Timber Timbre
March 28 — Portland, Ore., at Doug Fir Lounge, with Timber Timbre
March 30 — Vancouver, B.C., Canada, at St. James Hall, with Timber Timbre
March 31 — Seattle at Crocodile Cafe, with Timber Timbre

April 2 — Salt Lake City at The State Room with Nathaniel Rateliff & The Wheel
April 3 — Boulder, Colo., at Fox Theatre with Nathaniel Rateliff & The Wheel
April 5 — Rock Island, Ill., at Huckleberrys Great Pizza with Nathaniel Rateliff & The Wheel
April 6 — Chicago at Lincoln Hall with Nathaniel Rateliff & The Wheel
April 7 — Ann Arbor, Mich., at The Ark with Nathaniel Rateliff & The Wheel
April 10 — Toronto, at Church of the Redeemer with The Barr Brothers (of The Slip)
April 12 — Montreal at Gesu with The Barr Brothers (of The Slip)
April 14 — New York at Bowery Ballroom, with Timber Timbre
April 16 — Brooklyn, N.Y., at The Bell House, with Timber Timbre
April 17 — Northampton, Mass., at Iron Horse Music Hall, with Timber Timbre
April 18 — Keene, N.H. at Heberton Hall, with Timber Timbre
April 20 — Boston at Paradise Rock Club, with Timber Timbre
April 21 — Providence, R.I. at Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel, with Timber Timbre
April 22 — Montpelier, Vt., at Bethany Church, with Timber Timbre
April 23 — Portland, Maine at Space Gallery, with Timber Timbre

July 22 — Floyd, Va. at Floydfest

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