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Published: 2011/04/08

The New Deal to Break-Up

The New Deal from RECTV.NET on Vimeo.

The New Deal will break-up at the end of 2011. The Canadian trio has toured internationally since 1999. A statement from the band reads:

It has been an amazing run for the band and we appreciate the loyal and dedicated tND fanbase across North America and Asia. Our individual lives have taken very different paths with family, living abroad, and other various projects. We have come to a point where the time and commitment that it takes to maintain our band at its best is no longer possible. As a group, we’ve never been known to go halfway, so we have decided to end things with a great run of summer and fall shows that we hope to be the best yet.

Over the next several months, TND will return to the East Coast. The final Summer and Fall 2011 shows will bring us to many of our favourite places in the US and Canada, and we’re looking forward to finishing things off in a big way.

We look forward to each and every one of these very special shows. Our fans have been fantastically devoted and supportive, and we hope to give them a final run of performances that will be truly memorable.

In addition to the summer shows and festivals already announced, we expect to add a few more dates to give as many fans as possible the opportunity to see us play together one last time.

Thank you!

The New Deal has taken a few extended breaks over the course of its 12-year career. During several of those breaks members of the band worked on solo projects.

Here’s a look at The New Deal’s upcoming shows

May 4 Richmond, VA—The National
May 5 Philadelphia, PA—Electric Factory
May 6 Baltimore, MD—Sonar
May 7 New York, NY—Terminal 5
June 3 Ozark, AR—Wakarusa Festival
June 4 Hunter Mountain, NY—Mountain Jam
July 3 Rothbury, MI—Electric Forest Festival
August 19 Bartow, WV—Camp Barefoot

Comments

There are 3 comments associated with this post

Chris April 9, 2011, 11:36:12

sick video made me dance! going to see them in Richmond and hopefully camp barefoot too!!!

sneakypeaks April 8, 2011, 21:54:54

Too bad, I’ve seen TND about 60 to 65 times since 2000 all over the country and Canada and they have played some of the best live improvisational electronic music out there, lost my mind just a couple of times, they will be missed

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