Pretty Girls Make Graves Make New Record For Matador

Pretty Girls Make Graves will spend the month of March on the road, bringing their explosive rock & roll muse to the West Coast (and Texas). The month-long trek kicks off March 7 in Portland and wraps back in Seattle on March 29, with help from Hint Hint and Cobra High. Pretty Girls Make Graves' breathtaking release Good Health came out in 2002 via Lookout! Records and featured the little indie single that could, "Speakers Push The Air," which was swallowed up by specialty radio and MTV2.
The band will unload a new album in September on Matador Records produced by Phil Ek.

03.07.03 - Portland, OR (Nocturnal)

03.08.03 - San Francisco, CA (Bottom of the Hill)

03.09.03 - Anaheim, CA (Chain Reaction)

03.11.03 - Tempe, AZ (Big Fish Pub)

03.12.03 - El Paso, TX (Club 101)

03.13.03 - Austin, TX (Emo's)

03.14.03 - Austin, TX (Club Deville)

03.15.03 - Albuquerque, NM (Launchpad)

03.17.03 - Las Vegas, NV (Huntridge Theatre)

03.18.03 - La Jolla, CA (Che Cafe)

03.19.03 - Los Angeles, CA (Troubadour)

03.21.03 - Orangevale, CA (Boardwalk)

03.23.03 - Berkeley, CA (Gilman St.)

03.29.03 - Seattle, CA - (Vera Project)

Source: Jason Anfinsen

Pretty Girls Make Graves Make New Record For Matador