Two Gallants 3rd Full-Length Album, ‘Two Gallants’, in stores.

“Two Gallants have emerged from the mess and continue, with this, their third LP, to blow all other current drum-guitar combos out of the water. That’s right – all of them.” – VICE Magazine

“A soul cleansing anthem…Two Gallants make good on their abundant promise with this third LP.” – MOJO (4-star review)

“But even when they’re tearing through an electric scorcher that sounds like the handiwork of a much larger band, their archaic, frontier-era Americana comes off as more pleasant than foreboding.” – DETAILS

“Two Gallants’ devastating punk-folk-blues is like a nail gun: it rivets you to where you stand. It’s viciously cathartic.” – The Stranger (Seattle, WA)

“Splendidly splenetic balladry” – Uncut (4-star review)

“Two Gallants play out their own brand of audio vignettes, producing thoughtful and moving songs with a sound conjuring tumbleweed poetry and the vast plains of the Wild West.” – CMJ

“Stephens and Vogel were weaving a magical spell. Stephens played guitar in a folk/classical arpeggio style that enabled him to pick out a bass line with his thumb while tracing the melody with his fingers, while Vogel added a heavy funk emphasis to the rhythm. Mixing folk, country, blues and alternative Americana influences, they skillfully welded the songs together.” – The Times UK (4-star review)

In a world where bigger is often considered better and quality is sacrificed with ease, Two Gallants have risen against the tide with their cathartic, stripped-down sound and depth of material to forge an intimate bond with a wide array of fans. Through the shared experience of growing up together in San Francisco, Two Gallants have pushed each other into a unique and timeless spectrum of music. They craft emotional, visceral, intelligent songs that captivate listeners with a unique breed of folk, country blues and punk.

Well known for their impassioned live sets and and two solid albums (2004’s ‘The Throes’ and 2006’s ‘What The Toll Tells’), Two Gallants have garnered remarkable praise. But it’s the pair of 2007 releases, the acoustic EP ‘Scenery of Farewell’ and self-titled third full-length, that finds the band coming of age in the studio. Produced by with Alex Newport (Mars Volta, At the Drive-In) at San Francisco’s Hyde Street Studios, Two Gallants have created their most fully-realized, cohesive piece of work to date.

San Francisco’s prodigal sons are currently crossing America on a headlining tour in support of their new album. Blitzen Trapper and Songs For Mom are supporting the band on all US dates.


Oct 6 – Sonar: Baltimore, MD
Oct 7 – Rock and Roll Hotel: Washington DC
Oct 8 – Local 506: Chapel Hill, NC (18+)
Oct 9 – Drunken Unicorn: Atlanta, GA
Oct 10 – The Parish/House of Blues: New Orleans, LA
Oct 11 – The Thirsty Hippo: Hattiesdurg, MI
Oct 12 – Vortex: Beaumont, TX
Oct 13 – The Mohawk: Austin, TX
Oct 15 – Plush (moved from Solar Culture): Tucson, AZ
Oct 17 – The Casbah: San Diego, CA
Oct 18 – El Rey: Los Angeles, CA
Oct 26 – The Independent: San Francisco, CA
Oct 27 – The Independent: San Francisco, CA


Nov 1 – Cyprus Avenue Cork, Ireland
Nov 2 – Roisin Dubh: Galway, Ireland
Nov 3 – Crawdaddy: Dublin, Ireland
Nov 5 – Rescue Rooms: Notthingham
Nov 6 – Academy 3: Manchester
Nov 7 – The Cockpit: Leeds
Nov 8 – Classic Grand: Glasgow
Nov 9 – Academy 2: Newcastle
Nov 10 – Academy 2: Birmingham
Nov 11 – Thekla Social: Bristol
Nov 12-Wedgewood Rooms: Portsmouth
Nov 13 – Duke of Yorks: Brighton
Nov 14 – Koko: London
Nov 15 – The Zodiac At Oxford Academy: Oxford
Nov 17 – Botanique: Brussels, Belgium
Nov 19 – Vega: Copenhagen, Denmark
Nov 20 – Garage: Oslo, Norway
Nov 21 – Debaser: Stockholm, Sweden
Nov 22 – Knust: Hamburg, Germany
Nov 23 – Melkweg: Amsterdam, Holland
Nov 25 – Vera: Groningen, Holland
Nov 26 -La Maroquinerie: Paris, France
Nov 27 – Le Ciel: Grenoble, France
Nov 28 – Kleo: Toulouse, France
Nov 29 – El Mediator: Perpignan, France
Nov 30 – Apolo La 2: Barcelona, Spain
Dec 1 – Madrid, Spain – Sala Sol
Dec 3 – Bad Bonn: Düdingen, Switzerland
Dec 4 – Abart: Zurich, Switzerland
Dec 5 – Rockhouse: Salzburg, Austria
Dec 6 – Arena: Austria, Vienna
Dec 7 – Posthof: Linz, Austria
Dec 8 – Conrad Sohm, Austria, Dornbirn
Dec 10 – Manufaktur: Schorndorf, Germany
Dec 11 – Ampere: Munich, Germany
Dec 12 – Mousonturm: Frankfurt, Germany
Dec 13 – Gebaeude 9: Koln, Germany
Dec 14 – Glocksee: Hannover, Germany
Dec 15 – Postbahnhof: Berlin, Germany

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