Petal Comes to The Entry on June 26th


After releasing their new album, “Magic Gone”, last week on June 15th under Run for Cover Records fans will have the opportunity to see this talented alternative/indie group in a matter of days. Noisey declare’s Petal’s latest single, “Stardust”, to be a “raw, indie rock resolution.” Make sure to check out the video for “Stardust” below to prep for the show.

For the new record, Run for Cover Records describes this album as “a bitingly honest look at adulthood, accountability, responsibility, and mental health and the difficulties that go along with each of them.” Lotz herself provided insight into the personal experiences that helped inspire the creation of this record describing them as “…a moment where all the paranoia, anxiety and pain become too much and you realize the structure you built to survive is no longer going to serve you.” This album is sure to connect with listeners in a way that shows everyone experiences obstacles regardless of  your journey, and along with that realization there’s a moment of partnership between the listener and artist.

Their tour promoting the new album will be at 7th Street Entry on 6/26. A few tickets are still available HERE.

For this tour they will be accompanied by alternative/indie groups Camp Cope and Oceanator. This will surely be an enjoyable night filled with a lot of talent so I suggest you get your tickets soon as I suspect they won’t be available for much longer.


Tour Dates

June 20 PhilaMOCA Philadelphia, PA

June 21 PhilaMOCA Philadelphia, PA

June 22 Now That’s Class Cleveland, OH

June 23 Three Stacks Festival Lansing, MI

June 24 Beat Kitchen Chicago, IL

June 26 7th Street Entry Minneapolis, MN

June 27 High Noon Entry Madison, WI

June 29 Marquis Theater Denver, CO

June 30 Kilby Court Salt Lake City, UT

July 2 The Vera Project Seattle, WA

July 3 Holocene Portland, OR

July 5 Rickshaw Stop San Franciso, CA

July 6 Bootleg Theater Los Angeles, CA

July 7 Constellation Room Santa Ana, CA

July 8 Che Café La Jolla, CA

July 9 The Rebel Lounge Phoenix, AZ

July 11 Dada Dallas Dallas, TX

July 12 Barracuda Austin, TX

July 13 White Oak Music Hall Houston, TX

July 15 SoundBar. Orlando, FL

July 16 The Masquerade Atlanta, GA

July 17 Cat’s Cradle Back Room Carrboro, NC

July 18 DC9 Washington, DC

July 19 House Of Independents Asbury Park, NJ

July 20 Bowery Ballroom New York, NY

July 21 The Sinclair Cambridge, MA

July 22 The Other Side Wilkes-barre, PA

October 29 Studio 672 Cologne, Germany

October 30 Uebel & Gefahrlich Hamburg, Germany

October 31 Musik & Frieden Berlin, Germany

November 2 Haldern Pop Bar Haldern, Germany

November 3 AB Salon Brussels, Belgium

November 6 The Hope & Ruin Brighton, United Kingdom

November 7 The Islington London, United Kingdom

November 9 Crofters Rights Bristol, United Kingdom

November 11 Hare & Hounds Birmingham, United Kingdom

November 12 Gulliver’s Manchester, United Kingdom

November 13 Oporto Leeds, United Kingdom

November 14 The Hug and Pint Glasgow, United Kingdom


photo credit: Katie Krulock