Larkin Poe Releases New Single “Trouble In Mind”

BANNER_3With their sophomore album, Reskinned, set to be released April 15th, Larkin Poe has been hard at work. While the band is busy touring as the opening act and backing band for Elvis Costello, they have released the album’s first single “Trouble In Mind” to Paste Magazine.

“Trouble In Mind” serves as an homage to the band’s roots.

“We’re Georgia peaches, born and raised in the South,” Rebecca and Megan Lovell said of the song. “We may seem sweet and delicious, but take a bite and get ready for a kick in the teeth… We’ve come up steeped in the musical heritage of the South: the blues, country, southern rock – it’s all in the bloodstream of our music and we’re ready to let some of it out for y’all.”

Along with the release of “Trouble In Mind,” Larkin Poe has announced a handful of headlining tour dates along the east coast before jetting off to Europe for another leg of Elvis Costello’s Detour Tour.

After years of touring, Reskinned is set to be Larkin Poe’s coming of age project. Fans can get their first taste of the album over at Paste Magazine or at any of the upcoming US tour dates.


Upcoming Tour Dates:

March 29 – Wells Fargo Center for the Arts – Santa Rosa, CA*

March 30 – The Masonic – San Francisco, CA*

April 1 – Arlington Theatre – Santa Barbara, CA*

April 2 – Theatre at Ace Hotel – Los Angeles, CA*

April 3 – Theatre at Ace Hotel – Los Angeles, CA*

April 5 – Fox Performing Arts Center – Riverside, CA*

April 7 – Balboa Theatre – San Diego, CA*

April 8 – Ikeda Theatre – Mesa, AZ*

April 9 – Rialto Theatre – Tucson, AZ*

April 11 – Paramount Theatre – Denver, CO*

April 12 – Kingsbury Hall University of Utah – Salt Lake City, UT*

April 13 – Center for the Arts – Jackson Hole, WY*

April 15 – Egyptian Theatre – Boise, ID*

April 16 – McDonald Theatre – Eugene, OR*

April 17 – Mount Baker Theatre – Bellingham, WA*

April 18 – Gypsy Sally’s – Washington, DC

April 19 – Mercury Lounge – New York, NY

April 20 – MilkBoy – Philadelphia, PA

*Supporting Elvis Costello

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