Whitehorse will bring The Sweet Disaster Tour to the Danforth Music Hall on December 2 for a special bonus hometown Toronto performance. The band has sold out Massey Hall twice since they burst onto the scene a few short years ago, and so this upcoming gig presents the chance to cap off an incredibly busy year, from the release of Leave No Bridge Unburned to non-stop touring across Canada and the USA. Expect special guests to join the duo on stage. This announcement is a sneak peak at what’s to come with the 102.1 The Edge’s annual Jingle Bell Concert Series.
From the go-for-broke Bo-Diddley beat of “Downtown” to the epic intergalactic drama of “Sweet Disaster,” for which the tour has been named, Whitehorse is known for their riff-heavy harmonies and intense chemistry. Leave No Bridge Unburned has also provided their live show with some blistering additions to the set list, from the cutthroat “The One I Hurt” to the gentler barbs of “Fake Your Death (And I’ll Fake Mine).” With eight months of touring behind this album already in the books, the potency and impact of Whitehorse’s performances continues to amplify.
The Sweet Disaster Tour has included a run of shows in the USA with Noah Gundersen, stops across Canada’s East Coast, and a December jaunt from Buffalo to Nashville.