Matthew Good has released a song video tipping the release of his next album and a 32-date, 27-city east-west soft-seater concert tour this coming spring.
The run of shows is Good’s first with his full band since his acoustic-solo 35-date tour with Our Lady Peace in 2018. The 2020 concert tour opens March 4 in Pictou, NS and includes concerts in Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton and two nights at Vancouver.'s Vogue Theatre.
Tickets and VIP packages for the Live Nation tour will be available at matthewgood.org on Friday, December 13, with presales starting on December 10.
Support acts at various points include Villages, Ellevator, Born Ruffians, and Ria Mae.
In addition to the tour dates, Good has announced his new album Moving Walls, will be released by Warner Canada on Feb. 21.
The 15-track collection was recorded at The Tragically Hip’s Bathouse Studios in Bath, ON. and is produced by Warne Livesey who has worked with Good for more than 20 years.
Other than his longstanding professional relationship with Good, Livesey, a transplanted Brit now living in Toronto, has produced albums for notables including The The, Deacon Blue, Icehouse, Paul Young, Midnight Oil (including Diesel and Dust that spawned the Australian band’s global breakout hit, Beds Are Burning), and Mark Hollis (the late lead singer for Talk Talk who was also a brother in law to Good). Livesey has also produced several other Canadian acts that include Emm Gryner and 54-40.
The video for teaser track Sicily is done by Vancouver’s Brass Tacks Films’ Stefan Berrill who has 60+ music videos to his credit with acts such as Dallas Smith, The Washboard Union, Matinee, and Dark Horse.
March 4, Pictou deCoste Centre
March 5, Moncton Casino
March 6-7, Halifax The Marquee Ballroom
March 9, Kingston The Grand Theatre
March 10, Oshawa Music Hall
March 12, Toronto Meridian Hall (formerly Sony Centre for the Performing Arts)
March 13, London Music Hall
March 14, Kitchener Elements
March 15, Sarnia Imperial Theatre
March 18-19, Ottawa Bronson Centre
March 20-21, Montreal Corona Theatre
March 21, Hamilton FirstOntario Concert Hall
March 24, Peterborough The Venue
March 25, Midland Cultural Centre
March 26, Sault Community Theatre
March 28, Winnipeg Burton Cummings Theatre
March 29, Saskatoon Coors Event Centre
March 31, Regina Casino Regina
April 1, Edmonton Northern Alberta JubileeAuditorium
April 2, Calgary Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
April 4, Lethbridge ENMAX Centre
April 6, Nanaimo The Port Theatre
April 8-9, Victoria Distrikt
April 10-11, Vancouver Vogue Theatre
April 15, Detroit Shelter
April 17, Buffalo Town Ballroom
April 18, New York City Le Poisson Rouge