Chadwick Stokes & The Pintos have just released their newest self-titled album, out everywhere via Thirty Tigers. The band, fronted by Stokes, have crafted 11 songs tackling subjects as wide-reaching as political and cultural issues as well as smaller, intimate and personal struggles. And it’s all filtered through rousing folk rock gems, complete with layered instrumentation and emotionally compelling singing.
Speaking of the album’s intention, Stokes says:
“We’re living in a crazy time, a very upsetting time. If we’re not protesting, there’s a problem.”
Throughout the writing process of Chadwick Stokes & The Pintos, the band fine-tuned the songs over the years through touring. The newly refined versions overflow with emotion, and impeccably performed musicianship. And soon, you’ll be able to hear these versions live for Stokes has just announced a string of tour dates across the US. The tour kicks off next month and runs through January, with a special stop in his hometown of Boston for the 12th annual Calling All Crows benefit show at the House Of Blues. Calling All Crows is an activist organization founded by Stokes and his wife Sybil.
You’ll find all the tour dates down below, as well as the full album stream for the self-titled LP from Chadwick Stokes & The Pintos.
04 – Holyoke, MA – The Gateway City Arts +
06 – New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom +
07 – Philadelphia, PA – The Foundry at Fillmore +
08 – Washington, DC – Sixth & I Historic Synagogue
10 – Ann Arbor, MI – The Ark +
11 – Kalamazoo, MI – Bell’s Eccentric Café – Back Room +
13 – Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall +
14 – St Louis, MO – Blueberry Hill +
15 – Nashville, TN – 3rd & Lindsley +
21 – Boston, MA – House of Blues *