Brooklyn ska-punk act Eli Whitney & The Sound Machine have released their new EP, Tiny Refuge. The EP is light on the ska, but the band promises that the lack of ska won’t be a permanent thing. The EP is available as a name-your-price download via Eli Whitney’s Bandcamp page.
The band will also be heading out on a short tour this month to coincide with their appearance at this year’s Fest. You can check out the dates and locations, as well as a stream of Tiny Refuge, below.
Tiny Refuge is the follow up to Eli Whitney & the Sound Machine’s sophomore LP, Reasons to Leave, which was released on August 1, 2014. Reasons to Leave is also available to stream or download on Bandcamp.
10/24 – Richmond, VA @ Church of Abe w/ Rational Anthem, The Helltons
10/25 – Wilmington, NC @ Scrap Iron Bicycle Gallery & Bar
10/26 – Charlotte, NC @ The Milestone w/ Beach Slang, Dollar Signs, Lithuania, Midnight Reruns, Alright
10/27 – Atlanta, GA @ Wonderroot w/ Swingset, Midnight Reruns, Teen Death, The Winter Passing, Braver
10/28 – Tallahassee, FL @ Midtown Speakeasy w/ Teen Death, The Winter Passing, The Wabbits
10/29 – Gainesville, FL @ Durty Nelly’s w/ Kill Lincoln, Sea of Storms, Irish Handcuffs, Sic Waiting, Banquets
11/01 – Gainesville, FL @ The Fest 14 – Rockey’s w/ We Are The Union, Kill Lincoln, Still Alive, The Duppies, Murphy’s Kids, The Snails, Survay Says, D-Cent Jerks
11/02 – Savannah, GA @ Morningwood L.A.
11/03 – Chapel Hill, NC @ The Cave w/ Mandatory Nudity, Headline
11/04 – TBA
11/05 – Morgantown, WV @ 123 Pleasant St w/ The Independents, Children of October, False Profit, The Jasons