WOLFMOTHER Goes Back On The Prowl Next Month

Launch Radio Networks reports: WOLFMOTHER has put together another North American tour that will begin on September 9 in Brooklyn, New York and finish up on September 30 at the Download Festival in San Francisco. The trek will also encompass both versions of the Virgin Festival in Canada and the U.S. WOLFMOTHER frontman Andrew Stockdale told Launch what it's like to play a huge outdoor festival for the first time. "There's no way anyone could honestly sit down at a table and tell you what to expect and how to prepare for it, because once you're on there, it's a unique experience you'd never experience in any other time in your life, you know, to be in front of 55,000 people cheering," he said. "So the first time, it was like, you know, just get up there, play the songs, try and enjoy it."

WOLFMOTHER has teamed up with the cast from MTV's "Jackass" to film the trio's next video. The clip, for the song "The Joker and the Thief", will be the featured video and single from the movie "Jackass Number 2", due out on September 22.

The first single from the group's self-titled debut album, "Woman", will be featured on Madden NFL 2007, due out on August 22.

Confirmed WOLFMOTHER tour dates:

Sep. 09 - Brooklyn, NY - McCarren Park Pool
Sep. 10 - Toronto, ONT - Island Park (Virgin Festival)
Sep. 12 - Boston, MA - Bank Of America Pavilion (w/the Strokes)
Sep. 13 - Norfolk, VA - The NorVa
Sep. 15 - Lake Buena Vista, FL - House Of Blues
Sep. 16 - Saint Petersburg, FL - Jannus Landing
Sep. 18 - Atlanta, GA - Center Stage
Sep. 19 - Memphis, TN - New Daisy Theatre
Sep. 20 - Nashville, TN - Exit / In
Sep. 22 - Pittsburgh, PA - Mr. Smalls Fun House/Theatre
Sep. 23 - Baltimore, MD - Pimlico Race Track (Virgin Festival)
Sep. 28 - Hollywood, CA - Hollywood Palladium
Sep. 30 - Mountain View, CA - Shoreline Amphitheatre (Download Festival)


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