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Plain White T’s Drop Deluxe Version Of “Parallel Universe” + Announce Fall 2019 Tour Dates

PLAIN WHITE T’S RELEASING DELUXE VERSION OF PARALLEL UNIVERSE ON AUGUST 23

BAND ANNOUNCES FALL 2019 TOUR PLANS
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There’s a lot happening in the Plain White T‘s universe. The band has released the deluxe version of their latest album Parallel Universe. The expanded edition includes new tracks and acoustic renderings and arrives on August 23 via Fearless Records. Parallel Universe (Deluxe Edition) also lands on the one-year anniversary of the album’s original release.

Check out the new song “Let’s Lay Low here.

“The response we are getting from the fans about ‘Let’s Lay Low’ is blowing our minds,” said singer Tom Higgenson. “We are so excited to release the deluxe edition of Parallel Universe with that one, and a few more never-before-heard bonus tracks! Plus, we just announced the 3 Dimensional Tour so it’s gonna be a fun fall and winter with new music and a U.S. tour!”

The Plain White T’s have also revealed their Fall 2019 tour plans. The band will hit the road with The Mowgli’s and New Politics. The trek, dubbed “The 3 Dimensional Tour,” kicks off with a hometown gig at The Metro in Chicago on November 12 and runs through  December 20 at the Hard Rock Casino in Sioux City, Iowa. All confirmed dates are below. Tickets go on sale on Friday, August 23 at 10am local time. There are two killer VIP packages available that fans can check out here.
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PARALLEL UNIVERSE DELUXE EDITION TRACK LISTING:
“Light Up The Room”
“Bonnie I Want You”
“Call Me”
“Top Of The World”
“Bury Me”
“Your Body”
“Sick of Love”
“No Imitations”
“Low”
“Lying About Me And You”
“I Should Be Dead Right Now”
“Lips”
“No Tears”
“End Of The World”
“Land Of The Living”*
“Let’s Lay Low “*
“Deeper And Deeper”*
“Light Up The Room” (Acoustic)*
Your Body” (Acoustic)*
*New
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PLAIN WHITE T’S ON TOUR:
THE 3 DIMENSIONAL TOUR:
WITH THE MOWGLI’S + NEW POLITICS:

11/12 — Chicago, IL — Metro
11/13 — St. Louis, MO — Delmar Hall
11/16 — Denver, CO — The Oriental Theater*
11/17 — Salt Lake City, UT — The Complex
11/19 — San Francisco, CA — The Fillmore +
11/20 — Los Angeles, CA — The Mayan
11/21 — Pomona, CA — The Glass House
11/30 — San Diego, CA — House of Blues
12/1 — Phoenix, AZ — The Van Buren
12/3 — Dallas, TX — Gas Monkey Bar & Grill
12/4 — Houston, TX — White Oak Music Hall
12/6 — Atlanta, GA — The Masquerade (Heaven)
12/7 — Nashville, TN — The Cowan
12/8 — Louisville, KY — Mercury Ballroom +
12/10 — Baltimore, MD — Rams Head Live
12/11 — Philadelphia, PA — TLA
12/13 — Brooklyn, NY — Warsaw
12/14 — Asbury Park, NJ — Stone Pony
12/15 — Boston, MA — Paradise Rock Club
12/17 — Millvale, PA — Mr. Smalls Theatre
12/18 — Detroit, MI — St. Andrew’s Hall
12/20 — Sioux City, IA — Anthem at the Hard Rock Casino
* No New Politics
+ No The Mowgli’s

ABOUT PLAIN WHITE T’S:
Since emerging in 1997, the GRAMMY® Award-nominated multiplatinum Chicago quintet—Tom Higgenson [vocals], Tim Lopez [lead guitar, vocals], Dave Tirio [rhythm guitar], Mike Retondo [bass], and De’Mar Hamilton [drums]— has amassed an enduring, engaging, and enigmatic catalog, spanning two gold-certified offerings All That We Needed (2005) and Every Second Counts (2006) and unshakable anthems such as the double-platinum “1,2,3,4” and platinum “Rhythm of Love.” Among the discography, “Hey There Delilah” went quadruple-platinum, topped the Billboard Hot 100, and earned a pair of 2008 GRAMMY® Award nominations in the categories of “Song of the Year” and “Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal.” Along the way, the five-piece logged countless miles on the road in front of sold out crowds in nearly every corner of the globe. After a whirlwind tour cycle supporting 2015’s American Nights, the guys hunkered down and began writing the ideas that would eventually comprise Parallel Universe, released in August 2018. The band’s endlessly hummable signature melodies still shine at the center of this galaxy, but their Universe morphed into an otherworldly atmosphere of ethereal electronic pop strengthened by lush guitar tones and synth transmissions.

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