Smallpools release new single and announce fall tour with morgxn


Alt-rock trio Smallpools have released their latest single and music video for “Life of the Party.” The track is infused with signature soundscapes and the band’s signature electro-pop melodies and is just a small preview from their upcoming full-length album that is scheduled for release this fall.

In addition to their new single, the band has also announced theywill be heading out on The Life in a Simulation Tour with morgxn this fall. The tour will start on Nov 1 in Atlanta, GA and continue across the country where it will end in Denver, CO.

Tickets for the tour are now on sale on the band’s website.

Watch “Life of the Party” below:

The Life in a Simulation Tour with morgxn dates:
August 29, 2021 // Wonderbus Music & Arts Festival 2021 Columbus, OH
November 1, 2021 // The Loft Atlanta, GA
November 2, 2021 // Motorco Music Hall Durham, NC
November 4, 2021 // Brighton Music Hall Allston, MA
November 5, 2021 // The Fillmore Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA
November 6, 2021 // Music Hall of Williamsburg Brooklyn, NY
November 7, 2021 // Union Stage – DC Washington, DC
November 9, 2021 // Radio Toronto, Canada
November 10, 2021 // Blind Pig Ann Arbor, MI
November 13, 2021 // Bottom Lounge Chicago, IL
November 14, 2021 // Fine Line Music Cafe Minneapolis, MN
November 16, 2021 // Uptown Theater Kansas City, MO
November 17, 2021 // The Duck Room St. Louis, MO
November 18, 2021 // Exit/In Nashville, TN
February 3, 2022 // House of Blues Houston Houston, TX
February 4, 2022 // Antone’s Austin, TX
February 5, 2022 // Dada Dallas Dallas, TX
February 8, 2022 // Valley Bar Phoenix, AZ
February 9, 2022 // House of Blues San Diego San Diego, CA
February 11, 2022 // The Roxy Theatre Los Angeles, CA
February 12, 2022 // Rickshaw Stop San Francisco, CA
February 14, 2022 // Polaris Hall Portland, OR
February 15, 2022 // The Crocodile. Seattle, WA
February 17, 2022 // Hangar House Salt Lake City, UT
February 18, 2022 // Marquis Theater Denver, CO

Stay tuned for information on upcoming shows, the album release, and more, below:
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