Sumsun Joins Sleigh Bells Tour

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West Palm Beach electro-ambient-dance purveyors Sumsun is picking up traction for its dream-house sounds. New Times learned recently that the two-piece -- consisting of Judson Rogers and touring partner Edwin Jantunen -- will join bombastic unit Sleigh Bells and atmospheric act Neon Indian for a stint on their North American tour. The twosome flies out to San Francisco this week and hooks up with the other two acts for a slew of shows through June 7 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

No sleep for the weary, as Sumsun just returned from a Southeast tour with Gainesville band Oh Fortuna and is planning another with said experimental pop group in August.

Additionally,  Sumsun head knob-tweaker Rogers is currently putting the final touches on a remix for Diplo's Mad Decent label act Dawn Golden & Rosy Cross.

For those interested in jumping aboard this ambient dance train, here are the official dates:

  • May 31

    The Independent

    San Francisco, California

  • June 3

    Belly Up Aspen

    Aspen, CO

  • June 4

    Ogden Theatre

    Denver, CO

  • June 6

    Midland Theatre

    Kansas City, KC

  • June 7

    Cain's Ballroom

    Tulsa, OK

And here is a little sampler of a few unreleased tracks that Rogers has been working on in the studio.
Hundred Acre Wood Mix by Judson Rogers // Sumsun

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