Chuck Ragan streams “Something May Catch Fire” off upcoming “Til Midnight” LP; announces tour for April/May

Chuck Ragan streams “Something May Catch Fire” off upcoming “Til Midnight” LP; announces tour for April/May

Hot Water Music co-frontman / modern solo folk hero Chuck Ragan has just released another song from his upcoming solo LP “Til Midnight”.

The track is entitled “Something May Catch Fire” and you can listen to it here.

Ragan has a tour planned in the near future. The journey will take him from San Francisco in April around pretty much the entire US before finishing up in LA in May. You can view a complete list of tour dates and locations below.

Earlier in the month, Ragan announced that in addition to the upcoming LP, he will also be releasing a 7-inch of the album’s first single “Non Typical” a month earlier on February 25th (next week!).

The A side will be the album version of “Non Typical” with an alternate version on the B side. The 7-inch will be released through SideOneDummy.

Ragan released his third solo album “Covering Ground” in 2011, also on SOD.

April 3–Slim’s–San Francisco, California*
April 4–Great American Music Hall–San Francisco, California*
April 5–Harlow’s Night Club–Sacramento, California*
April 6–The Alley –Sparks, Nevada**
April 7–The Showbox at The Market–Seattle, Washington*
April 8–Wonder Ballroom–Portland, Oregon*
April 10–Top Hat–Missoula, Montana*
April 11–The Depot–Salt Lake City, Utah*
April 12–Gothic Theatre–Englewood, Colorado*
April 13–Vega–Lincoln, Nebraska**
April 14–Wooly’s–Des Moines, Iowa*
April 15–Turf Club–St. Paul, Minnesota*
April 16–Metro–Chicago, Illinois*
April 17–Grog Shop–Cleveland, Ohio**
April 18–Irving Plaza–New York, New York*
April 19–The Stone Pony –Asbury Park, New Jersey*
April 20–The Paradise–Boston, Massachusetts*
April 22–Mr. Small’s–Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania*
April 23–TLA–Philadelphia, Pennsylvania*
April 24–Black Cat–Washington, D.C.*
April 25–Cat’s Cradle–Carrboro, North Carolina**
April 26–Terminal West–Atlanta, Georgia**
April 28–Jack Rabbits–Jacksonville, Florida**
April 29–The Social–Orlando, Florida**
April 30–Crowbar–Ybor City, Florida**
May 1–High Dive–Gainesville, Florida
May 2–The Handlebar–Pensacola, Florida**
May 3–Warehouse Live–Houston, Texas*
May 4–House of Rock–Corpus Christi, Texas**
May 5–Mohawk–Austin, Texas*
May 6–Gas Monkey Bar N Grill–Dallas, Texas*
May 8–Crescent Ballroom–Phoenix, Arizona*
May 9–The Fonda Theatre–Los Angeles, California*
* w/ The White Buffalo, Johnny Two Bags
** w/ Jonny Two Bags

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