Sparks announce fall American tour, sign contract to remain brothers for additional 10 years

Sparks announce fall American tour, sign contract to remain brothers for additional 10 years

Sparks have been a band for over four decades. That’s impressive and all, but get this: they’ve been brothers even longer. Over six decades, in fact! At this point, one has to ask, how long can this last? How does one maintain a brotherly partnership for over 60 years? By keeping it nice and legal, that’s how. Every decade, the two brothers meet with their lawyers, who have prepared a contract between the two binding them to remain brothers for another decade. If one wants out of having a brother, they’ll have to wait until the end of the decade, unless they want to owe the other so much money. Anyway, if you’re gonna have a brother, might as well go on tour with him. This is the reason — the only reason — Sparks, as Brooklyn Vegan reports, are going on an American tour this fall.

Earlier in the year, Sparks went on a tour called the Two Hands, One Mouth tour. While that sounds disgusting, it wasn’t disgusting. It simply involved the pair stripping their music down to only keyboard and vocals. Because, you see, you play a keyboard with two hands. And to sing you only need the one mouth. See, nothing disgusting at all. Stop writing that angry letter.

That tour must have gone pretty darn great, because they’re doing it again. Their upcoming fall tour has been dubbed the Revenge of Two Hands, One Mouth tour, which sounds even more disgusting. But, once again, it will (probably) not be disgusting. On this jaunt, the band will bring their hands and mouth to a variety of music halls, theatres, clubs, and even a few festivals. Those festivals will have so many hands and mouths. Sparks will be drowned in mouths!

Sparks dates:

10.23.13 - Atlanta, GA - Variety Playhouse
10.25.13 - Asheville, NC - Mountain Oasis Festival
10.27.13 - Washington, DC - 9:30 Club
10.28.13 - New York, NY - Webster Hall
10.30.13 - Boston, MA - Brighton Music Hall
11.01.13 - Montreal, QC - Le National
11.02.13 - Toronto, ON - Lee’s Palace
11.04.13 - Detroit, MI - Crofoot Ballroom
11.06.13 - Chicago, IL - Lincoln Hall
11.07.13 - Chicago, IL - Lincoln Hall
11.09.13 - Austin, TX - Fun Fun Fun Fest
11.11.13 - Los Angeles, CA - Fonda Theatre

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