Wavves, Joyce Manor to bring co-headlining tour to Brooklyn

Wavves and Joyce Manor will bring their co-headlining tour to Brooklyn this fall. The indie punk bands will perform at Brooklyn Steel at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 9 with special guest Culture Abuse.

Fuzz-punk project Wavves released sixth studio long-player, You’re Welcome, through Ghost Ramp back in May. Reaching No. 14 on Billboard’s Independent Albums chart, the album was supported by standouts like “Dreams of Grandeur,” “Exercise,” and “I Love You.”

Wavves self-titled debut dropped on cassette and LP/CD formats back in September 2008.

Joyce Manor, a California-based pop-punk four-piece, released fourth full-length, Cody, through Epitaph Records back in October 2016. The album, which peaked at No. 1 on Billboard’s Heatseekers chart, was recorded with producer Rob Schnapf, who previously worked with Guided by Voices and Elliott Smith. Cody is supported by the tracks “Fake I.D.” and “Last You Heard Of Me.” Singer-songwriter Nate Ruess, frontman for fun., lends backing vocals to the track “Angel in the Snow.”

Of All Things I Will Soon Grow Tired, the band’s sophomore effort, recently celebrated its 5th anniversary. Released in April 2012, the album features a cover of “Video Killed the Radio Star,” a 1979 single by The Buggles.

Garage punk outfit Culture Abuse, who will serve was opening act, released their debut album, Peach, on 6131 Records in April 2016

Tickets are available for $25 here at AXS.com. Doors open at 7 p.m. for the 16 & over event.  Brooklyn Steel is located at 319 Frost Street in Brooklyn, N.Y. For more information, visit Joyce Manor’s website, Wavves’ website, and Brooklyn Steel on Facebook.