Charleston-based SUSTO (pronounced “soos-toh”) confirms new tour dates supporting The Head & the Heart in May. This four-city stretch will lead into their debut at Hangout Festival in Gulf Shores, AL. The band’s 60+ headlining shows in 2017, plus accompanying dates with The Lumineers, are in support of their new album & I’m Fine Today(out now on Missing Piece/Caroline). See below for a complete tour itinerary.
Earlier this year, the band made their national television debut performance on “CBS This Morning: Saturday.” Watch the performance HERE and share HERE.
The new album debuted at #15 on Billboard Heatseekers Chart and #1 on Amazon Movers & Shakers Chart. The five-piece band has made a name for themselves in recent years playing high profile festivals including Austin City Limits, Stagecoach and AmericanaFest  along with opening slots with Shovels and RopeBand of HorsesIron & WineShakey Graves, Langhorne SlimFuturebirds and Heartless Bastards. This past fall, SUSTO performed a Facebook live-streamed session for NPR Music’s Night Owl series. You can check out the interview and performanceHERE. In January they performed live-streamed sessions with Rolling Stone and Paste.
& I’m Fine Today was recorded at The Space in Charleston, SC. Of the record, founder and frontman Justin Osbornesays, “Something to take away from it is just understanding and appreciating when you’re not always fine. This album is about coming to terms with yourself and feeling okay with your place in the universe.”
SUSTO is comprised of Osborne (vocals, guitar), Dries Vandenberg (guitar), Marshall Hudson (drums), Jenna Desmond (bass) and Corey Campbell (guitar, keys). The band name derives from a medical syndrome specific to Latin American culture that roughly translates as “panic attack.”
The band released their self-titled debut in April 2014, which Charleston City Paper describes as “Southern Gothic country through and through.” The following year SUSTO recorded a live album featuring Ben Bridwell from Band of Horses and later went on to be the support act for Bridwell and Iron & Wine on their fall 2015 tour. Daytrotter, via Paste, described the live performance as “breathtaking.”
* with Parker Gispert
with Becca Mancari
‡ supporting The Head & the Heart

April 18—Tupelo, MS—Blue Canoe*
April 19—Oxford, MS—Proud Larry’s*
April 20—Birmingham, AL—Saturn*
April 21—Chattanooga, TN—JJ’s Bohemia*
April 22—Lynchburg, VA—Lynchstock Music Festival
April 23—Richmond, VA—The Camel*
April 26—Brooklyn, NY—Brooklyn Bowl
April 28—Nashville, TN—The High Watt†
April 29—Bowling Green, KY—The Warehouse at Mt. Victor†
May 4—Macon, GA—Cox Capitol Theatre*
May 5—Savannah, GA—The Jinx†
May 6—Hartsville, SC—Mac’s†
May 16—St. Petersburg, FL—Jannus Live
May 17—Jacksonville, FL—Florida Theatre
May 18—Miami, FL—The Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater
May 19—Orlando, FL—Walt Disney Theater
May 20 & 21—Gulf Shores, AL—Hangout Music Festival
May 26—Martinsville, VA—Rooster Walk
May 28—Winston-Salem, NC—Gears and Guitars
June 3—Beach Haven, NJ—Hop Sauce
June 14—Lexington, KY—Willie’s Locally Known
June 15—Indianapolis, IN—The Hi-Fi
June 16—Evanston, IL—SPACE
June 17—Appleton, WI—Mile of Music
June 19—Minneapolis, MN—7th Street Entry
June 20—Madison, WI—The Frequency
June 22—Columbia, MO—Rose Park
June 23—Maquoketa, IA—Codfish Hollow Barn
June 24—Yorkville, IL—Solstice Music Festival
July 7—Asheville, NC—RiverMusic
July 9—Memphis, TN—The Levitt Shell
August 3-4—Happy Valley, OR—Pickathon Music Festival

September 15-17—Bristol, TN—Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion
September 29—Harmony, NC—VanHoy Farms
September 30—Roseland, VA—Devil’s Backbone Hoopla

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