“ …timeless [the] way that the best Replacements records are…joyously ragged, frills-free sound and immensely catchy melody.” —Entertainment Weekly

We Are Undone showcases their continuing evolution as songwriters and arrangers.” —San Francisco Chronicle

“It is a serious piece of work of stark, dark Americana that opens up with each listen.” —The Telegraph

“…buying into Two Gallants’ romanticized outsider patch has never been more of a done deal.” —The Independent

“…another first-rate album from a group that keep adding new facets without ignoring their past.” —All Music Guide

“Two Gallants can swagger and rage…they can also find moment of ambient bliss…” —Uncut

“Two Gallants still excel at long ruminations of the human heart.” —KQED

★★★ — Q Magazine

★★★★— MOJO

Noisey premieres Two Gallants’ new video for the track “Incidental” from the bands fifth studio album We Are Undone, out now on ATO Records. The video was directed by Alexander Safdie and Kangmin Kim. Watch the video via Noisey HERE and YouTube HERE. Noisey says “their video for the scuzz-pop single ‘Incidental’ finds the SF duo on typically fiery form.” To celebrate the release, the band is currently on a full European tour and begin their U.S. run of dates on April 16. Tickets are on sale now. Please see full tour dates below.

Two Gallants’ Adam Stephens (guitar, harmonica, piano and vocals) and Tyson Vogel (drums, guitar and vocals) spent one month recording We Are Undone with engineer Karl Derfler (Tom Waits) at Panoramic House in Northern California. The new album is available on Deluxe Vinyl/CD/Digital in stores, iTunes, Amazon and direct from the band at This is their second full-length release on the label following 2012’s The Bloom and The Blight.

Stephens and Vogel started making music together at the age of 12 and began performing around San Francisco as Two Gallants in 2002, when they were both 21. Alive Records released the duo’s debut album, The Throes, in 2004 which Pitchfork said “taps into a rusty vein swollen with grief, heartache and violent desperation.” Both Two Gallants’ 2006 album What the Toll Tells and 2007 EP The Scenery of Farewell were released on Saddle Creek.

For more information, please contact Samantha Tillman, Erika Santucci, or Carla Sacks at Sacks & Co., 212.741.1000.

* with Blank Range
† with Theo Verney

March 1 /// Frankfurt, Germany /// Zoom†
March /// Brussels, Belgium /// Botanique – Orangerie†
March 3 /// Amsterdam, Netherlands /// Paradiso Noord†
March 5 /// Paris, France /// La Maroquinerie†
March 6 /// Lausanne, Switzerland /// Les Docks†
March 7 /// Zurich, Switzerland /// Rote Fabrik (Clubraum) †
March 8 /// Munich, Germany /// Theaterfabrik†
March 9 /// Vienna, Austria /// WUK†
March 11 /// Berlin, Germany /// SO36†
March 12 /// Hamburg, Germany /// Uebel & Gefährlich†
March 13 /// Copenhagen, Denmark /// Pumpehuset
April 16 /// Portland, OR /// Aladdin Theater
April 17 /// Vancouver, BC /// Electric Owl
April 18 /// Seattle, WA /// Tractor Tavern
April 20 /// Salt Lake City, UT /// The State Room*
April 21 /// Denver, CO /// The Bluebird Theater*
April 22 /// Omaha, NE /// Reverb Lounge*
April 23 /// Minneapolis, MN /// 7th St. Entry*
April 24 /// Chicago, IL /// Lincoln Hall*
April 25 /// Pontiac, MI /// The Pike Room at The Crofoot*
April 27 /// Toronto, ON /// The Garrison*
April 28 /// Montreal, QC /// Casa Del Popolo*
April 29 /// Boston, MA /// Brighton Music Hall*
May 1 /// Philadelphia, PA /// Johnny Brenda's*
May 2 /// Washington, DC /// Rock & Roll Hotel*
May 3 /// Charlottesville, VA /// The Southern*
May 4 /// Carrboro, NC /// Cat's Cradle*
May 5 /// Asheville, NC /// The Mothlight*
May 6 /// Nashville, TN /// The High Watt
May 8 /// Atlanta, GA /// Shaky Knees Music Festival*
May 9 /// New Orleans, LA /// Gasa Gasa*
May 10 /// Houston, TX /// Fitzgerald's*
May 11 /// Dallas, TX /// Three Links*
May 12 /// Austin, TX /// Red 7*
May 14 /// Tucson, AZ /// Club Congress*
May 15 /// San Diego, CA /// Soda Bar*
May 16 /// Los Angeles, CA /// Roxy Theatre*