Built to Spill Announce There’s Nothing Wrong With Love 30th Anniversary Tour

Built to Spill have announced a tour celebrating the 30th anniversary of their 1994 LP There’s Nothing Wrong With Love. The band will perform the album in its entirety each night during a slate of concerts across North America. They’ll commence the trek on August 9 in Boise, and stop over in Portland, Seattle, Milwaukee, Chicago, Cincinnati, Detroit, Boston, Atlanta, Omaha, Denver, and many more cities before their closeout show in Sacramento on September 29. Find their full schedule below.

Throughout the tour, John McMahon will join the current Built to Spill lineup on stage. McMahon tracked cello on the original recording of There’s Nothing Wrong With Love. Built to Spill toured behind their most recent album, 2022’s When the Wind Forgets Your Name, for a chunk of last year.

Source : Pitchfork