In Anticipation...

RED SUN RISING ANNOUNCE ‘PEEL’ EP

"There's a thrill to it; an exploration of new arrangements to pump fresh blood into the set."

Red Sun Rising will release the new EP Peel on March 22. The pre-orders are now live here.

The four-track Peel EP features new versions of three songs from the band’s last two albums, Thread and Polyester Zeal, along with a cover of The Beach Boys’ “Wouldn’t It Be Nice.”

RED SUN RISING EP
Listen to the Peel rendition of “Left for Dead” here.

PEEL TRACK LISTING:

  • “Wouldn’t It Be Nice”
  • “Left for Dead”
  • “The Otherside”
  • “Blister”

Additionally, the band will embark on a trek with Goodbye June and Dirty Honey. The tour kicks off on March 21 in Louisville and wraps April 16 in Oklahoma City. All dates are below.

“We tour so we can play our music live,” the band said about the upcoming trek. “By doing so, we can create something real right in front of you every single night. There’s a thrill to it; an exploration of new arrangements to pump fresh blood into the set. That’s what ‘The Peel Tour’ is all about. Creating and re-creating. The core is the same of you just peel back the new layers.”

RED SUN RISING ON TOUR:
3.21 — Headliner’s Music Hall — Louisville, KY
3.22  — Granada Theater — Lawrence, KS
3.23 — Bourbon Theatre — Lincoln NE
3.24 — Bottom Lounge — Chicago, IL
3.26 — The Stache — Grand Rapids, MI
3.27 — The Shelter — Detroit, MI
3.29 — The Lost Horizon — Syracuse, NY
3.30 — Chameleon Club — Lancaster, PA
3.31 — The Palladium — Worcester, MA
4.1 — Baltimore Soundstage — Baltimore, MD
4.3 — The Underground — Charlotte, NC
4.4 — Zydeco — Birmingham, AL
4.5 — Club L.A. — Destin, FL
4.6 — The Cowan — Nashville, TN
4.7 — Songbirds South — Chattanooga, TN
4.11 —Revolution Music Room — Little Rock, AR
4.12 — Gas Monkey Bar & Grill — Dallas, TX
4.14 — Studio at Warehouse Live — Houston, TX
4.16 — 89th Street — Oklahoma City, OK

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