Low Cut Connie release music video for 'Dirty Water'
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Philadelphia rockers Low Cut Connie have seen a plethora of praise for their new studio album Dirty Pictures (Part 1), which was recently named as one of the best albums of 2017 so far by Rolling Stone. The 10 track release was recorded on analog tape at Memphis' Ardent Studios with the help of engineers Adam Hill and David Chale. Vocalist Adam Weiner, who self-produced the record, continued to get hands on with their new music video for the song "Dirty Water", which was released yesterday. Weiner teamed up with Animus Studios to help bring together a trippy VHS visual that compliments the near three and a half minute tune.

Through Oct. 21, Low Cut Connie will have a plethora of shows across the country. Aside from some headlining shows and a show opening for Nathaniel Rateliff, the band will make festival appearances at Musikfest, AmericanaFest, Bristol Rythmn & Roots, and Great Point North Fest. You can check out their upcoming tour dates below. Tickets for their performances are on sale right now. More dates will be revealed soon.

Dirty Pictures (Part II) is set to be released in early 2018. More information on that release will be unveiled in the near future.

Low Cut Connie tour dates
June 30 - Bethlehem, PA - Steelstacks
July 21 - Westport, NY - Levitt Bandshell
July 22 - Baltimore, MD - Artscape
July 23 - Detroit, MI - Waking Windows
July 26 - Louisville, KY - Waterfront Wednesdays
July 27 - Grand Rapids, MI - Tip Top
July 28 - Milwaukee, WI - Summer Sounds
Aug. 3 - Burlington, VT - Shelburne Museum (opening for Nathaniel Rateliff)
Aug. 4 - Boston, MA - Middle East
Aug. 5 - Bethlehem, PA - Musikfest
Sept. 8 - Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer
Sept. 12 - Nashville, TN - AmericanaFest
Sept. 13 - Nashville, TN - Fond Objects
Sept. 15 - Bristol, TN - Bristol Rythmn & Roots
Sept. 17 - Burlington, VT - Great Point North Fest
Oct. 6 - New York, NY - Irving Plaza (with Sweet Spirit and Daddy Long Legs)
Oct. 19 - Pittsburgh, PA - Club Cafe
Oct. 20 - Cleveland, OH - Beachland Ballroom
Oct. 21 - Cincinnati, OH - Motr Pub