With two albums out this summer, Wavves will visit the TLA
Wavves | Photo by John Vettese

San Diego punk rockers Wavves have announced a fall tour, which includes a stop at the TLA on September 30th. The tour is in support of two albums the Nathan Williams-led four piece plan to release this summer: one an untitled fifth studio album, and the other a collaboration album with Cleveland punk band Cloud Nothings titled No Life for Me. The show at the TLA will feature supporting acts Twin Peaks and Steep Leans.

There isn’t much word on the two albums planned for release this summer, but a follow-up to 2013’s critically praised Afraid of Heights has been much anticipated and a collaboration with Cloud Nothings sounds like a match made in heaven for these two punk bands. Word has been passed down that one album is slated for a June release and the other for August, but there is little to go off of other than that we only have a few days left in June, so it should be interesting to see what Williams is doing with these albums.

Tickets for the TLA show go on sale tomorrow at 10 a.m., you can get them here once they go on sale. We should have more information about the coming albums in the near future, but for now check out some great tunes by Wavves and Twin Peaks.

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