Alternative pop band Never Shout Never, aka Christofer Drew and his fellow bandmates, will hit the road in early 2016 for a coast-to-coast headlining U.S. tour in support of their current album, Black Cat, which was released by Warner Bros. Records in August. The tour kicks off on January 13th in Dallas and criss-crosses the U.S. through the end of February where it wraps up on the 27th in Lawrence, KS. Tickets go on sale this Friday, November 6th at 10 am local time via Presale tickets and VIP Meet and Greet Packages will be available to the fan club from Monday, November 2nd at 3pm EST.  Sign up here for presale access. Support bands will be announced in the coming weeks at

 In addition to announcing their tour, Never Shout Never also premieres a new video for the Black Cat track "Peace Song" on Yahoo! Music. Never Shout Never Debuts Peace Song. The pastoral clip was shot by director Gus Black (Goo Goo Dolls, Echosmith, Wild Feathers) at June Lake in Mono County, CA.

Christofer Drew, 24, has been writing, recording and touring for nearly a decade and has become one of the most respected young songwriting forces of his generation. He began writing the songs that appear on Black Cat in 2013, and brought an arsenal of tunes with him to the studio in 2014. Working over several months in Los Angeles with producer, Dennis Herring (Elvis Costello, Modest Mouse) and the band, two things happened that were firsts for Never Shout Never: (1) Drew welcomed both the band and Herring to write with him, and (2) he embraced a preproduction process that helped them to shape and mold the songs before recording. Both practices proved inspirational and vital to the full, epic sound of Black Cat.

Check out the video for "Peace Song" HERE.


01/13    Dallas, TX                    House Of Blues
01/14    Houston, TX                  House of Blues
01/16    Austin, TX                     Emos
01/19    Phoenix, AZ                  The Marquee
01/20    Anaheim, CA                 House of Blues
01/22    San Diego, CA               House of Blues
01/23    Sacramento, CA            Ace of Spades
01/25    Portland, OR                 Hawthorne
01/26    Seattle, WA                  The Showbox
01/28    Salt Lake City, UT          Complex
01/30    Denver, CO                   Summit Music Hall
02/2      Minneapolis, MN            Varsity Theatre
02/3      Milwaukee, WI              The Rave
02/5      Chicago, IL                   House of Blues
02/6      Detroit, MI - St             Andrews Hall
02/9      Columbus, OH               Newport Music Hall
02/10    Cleveland, OH               House of Blues
02/12    Boston, MA                   Paradise
02/13    Sayerville, NJ                Starland Ballroom
02/14    Pittsburgh, PA                Mr. Smalls
02/16    Philadelphia, PA             Theatreof The Living Arts
02/17    New York, NY                Irving Plaza
02/19    Washington, DC             The Fillmore
02/20    Raleigh, NC                   Lincoln Theatre
02/23    Orlando, FL                   House of Blues
02/24    Atlanta, GA                   The Masquerade
02/26    St. Louis, MO                Ready Room
02/27    Lawrence, KS                Granada Theater

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