“American Football Announces 20th Anniversary Tour”

American Football, the influential emo band, will be performing their debut album in its entirety on a tour to celebrate its 20th anniversary. Tickets go on sale this Friday.

American Football, the influential emo band from Illinois, has announced a series of concerts to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their self-titled debut album. The shows will take place in the fall of this year, giving fans a chance to relive the iconic album in a live setting.

Released in 1999, American Football’s debut album quickly became a cult classic, known for its intricate guitar work, introspective lyrics, and emotional vocals. The band, consisting of Mike Kinsella, Steve Holmes, and Steve Lamos, gained a dedicated following in the emo and indie rock scenes, with their music resonating with listeners for its raw and honest portrayal of young adulthood.

The anniversary shows will see American Football performing their debut album in its entirety, along with other fan favorites from their discography. The band has also promised some surprises for the shows, making it a must-see event for longtime fans and newcomers alike.

In a statement, the band expressed their excitement for the upcoming shows, saying, “We never could have imagined that our little album would still be relevant and loved 20 years later. We are grateful for the support and can’t wait to celebrate with our fans.”

The tour will kick off on October 11th in Chicago, the band’s hometown, and will make stops in major cities across the United States, including New York, Los Angeles, and Seattle. Tickets for the shows will go on sale this Friday, June 14th, and are expected to sell out quickly.

American Football’s debut album has stood the test of time, influencing countless bands and shaping the emo genre as we know it today. Don’t miss your chance to experience this iconic album live and celebrate its 20th anniversary with American Football.

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