The Districts Return With New Single “Ordinary Day”, Now Premiering via NPR Music

February 28, 2017

The Districts are back with their first song since 2015’s album A Flourish and a Spoil. “Ordinary Day”, mixed by John Congleton (St. Vincent, Angel Olsen, Explosions in The Sky), gives us a glimpse of what to come. Watch out The Districts new album later this year.

“Ordinary Day deals with a sort of personal alienation and the realization that you and the world you’ve existed in have changed. Sort of the feeling of coming through a tunnel and having no way of relating to things in the same way as before. It was written in late summer/early fall and came together quite naturally. … Personal lives were in flux and we were sitting around Philly losing our minds.”

Upcoming tour dates:
March 09 – Columbus, OH @ The Basement
March 10 – Indianapolis, IN @ The Hi-Fi
March 11 – St. Louis, MO @ Off Broadway
March 13 – Dallas, TX @ Three Links
March 14 – Sun. March 19 – Austin, TX @ SXSW
March 20 – Birmingham, AL @ Saturn
March 21 – Asheville, NC @ The Grey Eagle
March 22 – Charlottesville, VA @ The Southern
March 23 – Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery
March 25 – Ithaca, NY @ The Haunt
March 26 – Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground
March 27 – Portland, ME @ Port City Music Hall

April 12 – Albany, NY @ The Hollow
April 13 – Buffalo, NY @ Ninth Ward
April 14 – Toronto, ON @ The Garrison
April 15 – Cleveland, OH @ Grog Shop
April 17 – Pontiac, MI @ Pike Room
April 18 – Madison, WI @ High Noon Saloon
April 19 – Minneapolis, MN @ Triple Rock
April 21 – Davenport, IA @ Baked
April 22 – Champaign, IL @ The Accord
April 23 – Columbia, MO @ Rose Music Hall
April 25 – Lexington, KY @ Cosmic Charlie’s
April 26 – Cincinnati, OH @ Woodward Theater
April 28 – Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon Club

May 19 – Brighton, UK @ The Great Escape
May 20 – Birmingham, UK @ The Institute
May 22 – Paris, FR @ The French Escape at La Maroquinerie
May 23 – London, UK @ The Dome
May 25 – Berlin, DE @ Badehaus Szimpla
May 26 – Amsterdam, NL @ London Calling at Paradiso