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This indie band is hitting the road. Are they coming to a city near you?

Low Vs Diamond to Tour with Jack’s Mannequin, Ben Lee

Low Vs Diamond will be bringing their classic indie sound to the stage for a two-week stint with Jack's Mannequin. The tour, which begins April 7 will support their self-titled album. They'll follow that up in May playing several dates with Ben Lee.

Low Vs Diamond's past can be traced back to 2002, but the wheels really began to turn in 2006 when a newly recorded demo caught the attention of Dominic Hardisty (credited with signing The Killers). The band released an EP on his U.K. based label Marrakesh Records. In 2008 they were signed to Sony and released a self-titled album.

"Don't Forget Sister," from Low Vs Diamond has been hailed by Rolling Stone as "the year's best arena-rock anthem." You can hear streaming MP3s and get updates on Low Vs Diamond on their MySpace profile page. Check out the tour dates below and if they are coming to a city near you make sure you check them out.

With Jack's Mannequin:
April 3 — The Warfield — San Francisco, CA
April 9 — Idaho Falls Civic Auditorium — Idaho Falls, ID
April 10 –The Fillmore — Denver, CO
April 11 — Sokol Auditorium — Omaha, NE
April 13 — Orbit Room — Grand Rapids, MI
April 14 — LC Pavilion — Columbus, OH
April 22 — Irving Plaza –New York, NY

With Ben Lee:
May 4 — Berbatis Pan — Portland, OR
May 5 — Richard's On Richard's — Vancouver, BC
May 6 — Nectar — Seattle, WA
May 9 — Black Sheep — Colorado Springs, CO
May 12 — Varsity Theater — Minneapolis, MN
May 13 — The Bottom Lounge — Chicago, IL
May 15 — The Basement — Columbus, OH
May 16 — Club Café — Pittsburg, PA
May 17 — Rock and Roll Hotel — Washington, DC
May 18 — Paradise Rock Club — Boston, MA
May 19 — World Café Live — Philadelphia, PA
May 20 — The Quarter — Baltimore, MD
May 22 — Bowery Ballroom — New York, NY

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