Jeff Rosenstock Announces 2023 North American Tour, Shares Video for New Song: Watch


Jeff Rosenstock

Jeff Rosenstock, photo by Alice Baxley

Jeff Rosenstock Announces 2023 North American Tour, Shares Video for New Song: Watch

“Liked U Better” is Rosenstock’s first solo single in two years

Jeff Rosenstock has announced a massive 2023 North American tour. The trek is split into two legs during the fall, beginning on September 6 in Washington, D.C., and concluding on December 17 in San Diego, California. Opening select dates are Sidney Gish, Gladie, and Small Crush. Check out the full tour itinerary below.

Along with this news, Rosenstock has also shared a new song: “Liked U Better.” It’s his first solo single in two years, following 2021’s Ska Dream—the ska rework of his album No Dream—and the quarantine collection 2020 Dump. The song comes with a music video directed by Ryan Baxley and Mind Palace, in which Rosenstock learns that not all muppets are good roommates. Watch the new video below.

Last year, Jeff Rosenstock and Laura Stevenson released a new EP of Neil Young covers, Younger Still, which served as a sequel of sorts to their 2019 Neil Young covers EP, Still Young. He also joined forces with the Seattle-based promotion Defy Wrestling to perform a charity wrestling-themed show that could be watched via pay-per-view stream.

Read about No Dream on Pitchfork’s list “The 35 Best Rock Albums of 2020” and Rosenstock’s DIY T-shirts with Bomb the Music Industry! in “What Does It Take for a Band to Make Sustainable Merch?” on the Pitch.

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Jeff Rosenstock Tour Dates

Jeff Rosenstock:

09-06 Washington, D.C. – 9:30 Club #
09-07 New York, NY – Terminal 5 #
09-08 Boston, MA – Roadrunner #
09-09 New Haven, CT – College Street Music Hall #
09-10 Philadelphia, PA – The Fillmore #
09-12 Richmond, VA – The Broadberry #
09-13 Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle #
09-15 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade – Heaven #
09-16 Madison, TN – Eastside Bowl #
09-17 St. Louis, MO – Delmar Hall #
09-19 Chicago, IL – The Salt Shed #
09-20 Detroit, MI – Royal Oak Music Theatre #
09-22 Toronto, Ontario – The Danforth Music Hall #
09-24 Montreal, Quebec – Corona Theatre #
11-25 Phoenix, AZ – The Van Buren $
11-27 Santa Fe, NM – Meow Wolf $
11-28 El Paso, TX – Lowbrow Palace $
11-30 San Antonio, TX – Paper Tiger $
12-01 Austin, TX – Empire Garage $
12-02 Dallas, TX – Ferris Wheelers Backyard and BBQ $
12-03 Tulsa, OK – The Vanguard $
12-05 Denver, CO – Summit $
12-07 Salt Lake City, UT – Soundwell $
12-08 Boise, ID – Treefort Music Hall $
12-10 Portland, OR – Revolution Hall $
12-11 Seattle, WA – The Showbox $
12-14 Reno, NV – The Holland Project $
12-15 San Francisco, CA – The Regency Ballroom $
12-16 Los Angeles, CA – The Novo $
12-17 San Diego, CA – The Observatory North Park $

# with Sidney Gish and Gladie
$ with Small Crush

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