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Mothership Posts New Song "Helter Skelter"

Dallas, Texas heavy rock band Mothership will release new album, "High Strangeness," on March 17th via Ripple Music. Recorded at Fire Station Studios in San Marcos, TX and mastered by Tony Reed (Mos Generator / Stone Axe), the album delivers eight songs of supersonic intergalactic heavy rock.

In advance of the album's release, today new song "Helter Skelter" comes online and can be heard below. In support of "High Strangeness," Mothership will launch a U.S. headlining tour on March 9tj that will consist of two separate legs and run through April 2nd.

* with Slow Season and Beastmaker
March 9 Tempe, AZ Yucca Tap Room (Mothership only)
March 10 Costa Mesa, CA The Wayfarer
March 11 San Diego, CA Soda Bar
March 12 San Jose, CA The Ritz
March 13 Oakland, CA Golden Bull (Mothership and Beastmaker only)
March 14 Sacramento, CA Starlite Lounge
March 15 Bend, OR Volcanic Theater
March 16 Eugene, OR Old Nick's
March 17 Portland, OR Kenton Club (Black Pussy also performs)
March 18 Seattle, WA Funhouse (Black Pussy also performs)

* with Black Pussy
March 19 Port Angeles, WA Cherry Bomb
March 20 Everett, WA Tony V's
March 21 Bellingham, WA TBA (Mothership Only)
March 22 Spokane, WA Observatory
March 23 Salt Lake City, UT Urban Lounge
March 24 Denver, CO Hi Dive
March 25 Colorado Springs, CO Black Sheep
March 26 Amarillo, TX Leftwoods
March 27 Wichita, KS Elbow Room
March 28 Oklahoma City, OK Blue Note
March 29 Omaha, NE Dr Jack's Drinkery
March 30 Green Bay, WI Gasoline
March 31 Chicago, IL Reggie's
April 1 St. Paul, MN Turf Club
April 2 Kansas City, MO Riot Room

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