Carpenter Vancouver, BC's Carpenter are set to hit the road this October in support of their new full length Sea to Sky. The band will head east across Canada from British Columbia through Ontario. There they'll join up with Paper and Plastick labelmates Cheap Girls for a tour. The pairing will play a trio of dates with Cobra Skulls and another three with Mockingbird Wish Me Luck before hopping the border to play Buffalo with Two Cow Garage. The tour will then be welcomed to New York City by Bomb The Music Industry! and Laura Stevenson and The Cans, with Laura's band joining them for some East Coast US dates afterwards.

Carpenter will release their new full-length Sea To Sky on September 2st via Goldstock Records in their native Canada and Paper and Plastick in the United States. It follows up 2008's Law of the Land.
10.02 Vancouver, BC The Media Club  
10.06 Revelstoke, BC Outabounds  
10.07 Banff, AB The Devils Gap  
10.08 Calgary, AB Broken City  
10.09 Edmonton, AB Filthy's  
10.09 Leduc, AB Burnsy's  
10.10 Saskatoon, SK Amigo's  
10.11 Regina, SK The Exchange  
10.12 Winnipeg, MB The Royal Albert  
10.13 Thunder Bay, ON Black Pirates Pub  
10.14 Sudbury, ON Myths & Mirrors  
10.15 Kingston, ON The Mansion w/ Cheap Girls, Cobra Skulls
10.16 Ottawa, ON Cafe Dekcuf w/ Cheap Girls, Cobra Skulls
10.17 Montreal, QC Foufounes Electriques w/ Cheap Girls, Cobra Skulls
10.19 London, ON Call The Office w/ Cheap Girls, Mockingbird Wish Me Luck
10.20 Hamilton, ON The Casbah w/ Cheap Girls, Mockingbird Wish Me Luck
10.21 Toronto, ON Sneaky Dee's w/ Cheap Girls, Mockingbird Wish Me Luck
10.22 Buffalo, NY Mohawk Place w/ Cheap Girls, Two Cow Garage
10.23 Brooklyn, NY Europa Night Club w/ Cheap Girls, Bomb The Music Industry!, Laura Stevenson & The Cans
10.24 Philadelphia, PA The Fire w/ Cheap Girls, Laura Stevenson & The Cans
10.25 Baltimore, MD Charm City Art Space w/ Cheap Girls, Laura Stevenson & The Cans
10.26 Richmond, VA Exit 76 w/ Cheap Girls, Laura Stevenson & The Cans
10.27 Durham, NC Duke Coffeehouse w/ Cheap Girls, Laura Stevenson & The Cans