We Are Scientists
While finishing up their European tour and prepping for their reinvasion into the US, We Are Scientists are teaming up with ContactMusic.com to premiere their new video for "Textbook", from their debut album With Love and Squalor. The video features various interpretive dance sequences from both fans and random street folk. If you haven't checked out these dudes live yet, there are still some chances to catch them in Europe for the next week, and then in the US, and then back to Europe. All tour dates are below. Enjoy the video!
Catch We Are Scientists on tour:
Mon March 6 2006 Munich, DE / Mufthalle*
Tue March 7 2006 Frankfurt, DE / Festaal*
Wed March 8 2006 Hamburg, DE / Molotow / New Venue
Thu March 9 2006 Copenhagen, Denmark / Vega*
Fri March 10 2006 Oslo, NO / Rockerfeller*
Sat March 11 2006 Stockolm, SW / Debaser
Fri March 17 2006 Austin, TX / Stubb's / Spin Party (Daytime)
Sat March 18 2006 Austin, TX / Fox and Hound / South by Southwest / New Venue
Mon March 20 2006 Houston, TX / Walter's on Washington /
Tue March 21 2006 Dallas, TX / Granada Theater /
Wed March 22 2006 Oklahoma City, OK / Conservatory /
Thu March 23 2006 Kansas City, MO / Record Bar
Fri March 24 2006 Wichita, KS / JC's House of Rock
Sat March 25 2006 Denver, CO / Hi-Dive
Tue March 28 2006 Seattle, WA / Crocodile Cafe
Wed March 29 2006 Vancouver, BC / Red Room
Thu March 30 2006 Portland, OR / Doug Fir Lounge
Fri March 31 2006 San Francisco, CA / Independent
Sat April 1 2006 Los Angeles, CA / El Rey Theatre
Sun April 2 2006 San Diego, CA / Casbah
Wed April 5 2006 Portsmouth, GB / Pyramid Centre
Thu April 6 2006 Bristol, GB / Academy
Fri April 7 2006 Manchester, GB / Academy
Sat April 8 2006 Glasgow, SC / Barrowland
Sun April 9 2006 Leeds, GB / Met University
Mon April 10 2006 Birmingham, GB / Academy
Tue April 11 2006 Cambridge, GB / Junction
Wed April 12 2006 London, GB / Astoria
Thu April 13 2006 London, GB / Shepherd's Bush Empire
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