Escort Announces International Tour Dates

International Tour Including West Coast Summer Stint
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International Tour Including West Coast Summer Stint 

& Giorgio Moroder Direct Support Slot

7/27: San Diego, CA @ The Casbah

7/28: Los Angeles, CA @ Regent Theater

7/30: San Francisco, CA @ San FranDisco (Giorgio Moroder direct support)

8/21: New York, NY @ Full Moon Festival, Governor's Island

9/9: Lisbon, Portugal @ LIS-BON festival

9/10: Barcelona, Spain @ Razzmatazz

Photo Credit: Shervin Lainez

Following the release of last year’s critically acclaimed Animal Nature, NYC disco champs Escort have been hard at work both in and out of the studio in 2016. Following a national tour with CeeLo Green the band made their national television debut on Last Call with Carson Daly, performing “Body Talk” and “My Life” and frontwoman Adeline joined Neon Indian, Holy Ghost!, Kristin Kontrol and more to cover Prince’s “Pop Life” for

Additionally, they will kick off an international tour with a slew of west coast July dates and Full Moon Festival on Governor's Island in NYC. Tour and ticket details can be found HERE. Stay tuned for information about new music and appearances coming soon!

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"Animal Nature,” is filled with neon synths and driving beats that range from Giorgio Moroder-dark to Tom Tom Club-bright, while Michèle’s icy vocals echo the best Danceteria-era divas."The New York Times

" ...seamless blending of deep house beats and disco glitter, the product of co-founders and producers Eugene Cho and Dan Balis, plus buttery R&B singing by Adeline Michèle" – NPR

"Instant-Classic Disco-House Banger" – NY Magazine, Vulture

" ...strikes the perfect balance between the increasingly mechanistic and the primal urge just under the skin." – Pitchfork

"Body Talk,” has more verve than Studio 54 on a Bicentenial Saturday night with ’70s keys, luxurious strings and synths, handclaps, and Adeline Michèle’s guttural vocals." – SPIN

“This New York dance orchestra was churning out period-perfect disco homages years before Daft Punk got lucky.” – Rolling Stone