S.G. Goodman announces US tour and live video for “All My Love Is Coming Back To Me” ahead of release of critically acclaimed album “Teeth Marks”

S.G. GOODMAN ANNOUNCES SEPTEMBER HEADLINE TOUR DATES INCLUDING PHILADELPHIA, WASHINGTON DC, CHICAGO, BOSTON, AND MORE IN SUPPORT OF NEW ALBUM "TEETH MARKS" SET FOR RELEASE JUNE 3 VIA VERVE FORECAST/UMG

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Tuesday, May 17 – Today, indie rocker S.G. Goodman announces new September headline tour dates in support of her new album Teeth Marks, set for release June 3 via Verve Forecast. In addition to the new dates, Goodman releases a new live performance video for her single “All My Love Is Coming Back To Me,” a power-pop single that was released earlier this year. Watch here: https://youtu.be/H7diCvFBsdw.
Also released today is a full band Rolling Stone session performed at the magazine’s NYC office last week, featuring new songs from Teeth Marks and a version of “Space And Time” from her 2020 debut Old Time Feeling, recently covered by Tyler Childers. Watch the session here and check out interview here.

Pre-order Teeth Marks  https://sg-goodman.lnk.to/TeethMarks and check out S.G. Goodman’s D2C store for an exclusive Ruby colored vinyl LP offering and more.

Recently on tour opening for Son Volt and Jason Isbell, Goodman will continue touring across the US, with headline dates including June 7 at New York’s Mercury Lounge. She is also performing at KCRW’s School Night on May 24 at The Sun Rose in Los Angeles, CA. She then tours with John Moreland throughout August, before continuing her headline tour with dates in Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Boston and more. See dates below.

With a southern twang and tailor-made suit, which evokes a rock and roll demeanor somewhere between Patti Smith and Tony Joe White, Goodman is not your average indie rocker.

Raised in Western Kentucky on the Mississippi River Delta, in a strict church-going family, Goodman went from singing in church three times a week to a prominent, politically active member of the Murray, KY indie rock scene. Her critically acclaimed Jim James produced debut, Old Time Feeling drew attention from The Fader, Rolling Stone, The New Yorker, NPR, and PBS Newshour, and many more.

Mining garage rock, Appalachian folk and post-punk influence,  Goodman’s sophomore album Teeth Marks finds her stirring vocals and emotionally astute songwriting draped in a sonic patchwork of southern indie rock. Exploring her embodied trauma of coming out as gay to her Southern Baptist rural community, and the homophobic prejudice and ostracization, that has continued to follow her to this day.

She explores how this kind of trauma will log-jam in the body, alongside examining the opioid crisis, queer dating and unrequited love. Across all 11 tracks the central concept of the indelible mark that love leaves behind, is present. From lovingly confronting a self-destructive alcoholic friend, to confronting herself in the face of unrequited love. A landmark release from one of the most impassioned and idiosyncratic voices of this generation, it will cement her as one of the most exciting acts emerging from the South in many years.

TOUR DATES
May 24 – Los Angeles, CA – The Sun Rose
Jun 4 – Nashville, TN – Third Man Records
Jun 7 – New York, NY – Mercury Lounge
Jun 10 – Stockholm, SE – Stockholm Americana
Jun 11 – Copenhagen, DK – Copenhagen Americana
Jun 12 – Oslo, NO – Oslo Americana
June 19 – Manchester, Yes Manchester w/ Darlingside
June 20 – London, Union Chapel  w/ Darlingside
July 2  – Berwyn, IL Fitzgerald’s American Music Festival
July 17 – Somerset, KY, Master Musicians Festival
Aug 11 – Santa Fe, NM – Tumbleroot Brewing ^
Aug 13 – Tucson, AZ – 191 Toole ^
Aug 14 – Phoenix, AZ – Musical Instrument Museum ^
Aug 16 – Los Angeles, CA – Teragram Ballroom ^
Aug 17 – Felton, CA – Felton Music Hall ^
Aug 18 – San Francisco, CA – The Independent ^
Aug 20 – Portland, OR – Doug Fir Lounge ^
Aug 21 – Seattle, WA – Tractor Tavern ^
Aug 22 – Seattle, WA – Tractor Tavern ^
Aug 24 – Bozeman, MT – Live from the Divide ^
Aug 26 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Commonwealth Room ^
Aug 27 – Denver, CO – The Bluebird ^
Aug 28 – Fort Collins, CO – The Armory ^
Aug 29 – Colorado Springs, CO – Lulu’s Downstairs ^
Sep 4 – Nelsonville, OH – Nelsonville Music Festival
Sep 9-10 – Bristol, TN – Bristol Rhythm & Roots
Sep 20 – Asheville, NC – American Vinyl Co
Sep 21 – Raleigh, NC – Cats Cradle
Sep 23 – Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brendas
Sep 24 – Washington, DC – Songbyrd
Sep 25 – Freehold, NJ   – Concerts in the Studio
Sep 28  – Boston, MA    – 939 Cafe
Oct 2 – Dana Point, CA – Ohana Festival
Oct 4 – Chicago, IL – Schuba’s
Oct 5 – Minneapolis, MN – 7th Street Entry
Oct 7 – St Louis, MO – Off Broadway

^ w/ John Moreland
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