Craig Finn Announces Fall Uptown Controller Tour Dates

Fresh off a string of dates in the United States, Craig Finn and the Uptown Controllers have announced a fall tour of North America. Beginning October 11 at the Crystal Ballroom in Boston, the dates will take the band through November 9 and end in Portland, OR’s Old Church. The full itinerary is below. For updates, please visit here.

These fall dates come in support of Finn’s latest solo album, A Legacy of Rentals, available now through Positive Jams/Thirty Tigers in multiple formats including digital download, CD, standard vinyl and vinyl. limited edition white (online orders only).

Recorded with longtime Finn collaborators, producer Josh Kaufman and engineer D. James Goodwin, the album features the singles “Messing With The Settings”, “Birthdays” and “The Amarillo Kid”, all joined by official music videos streaming now on YouTube.

Finn also recently released the fourth episode of his popular new podcast, That’s How I Remember It. That’s How I Remember It With Craig Finn Ep. 4 sees Finn joined for a hilarious and thought-provoking conversation by screenwriter and television producer Edward Kitsis. This Is How I Remember It with Craig Finn is available on Spotify, iTunes and all major podcast providers; new episodes will be released soon.

A new original podcast series examining the connection between memory and creativity, each episode of That’s How I Remember It with Craig Finn, co-produced and distributed by Talkhouse and inspired in part by A Legacy of Rentals, will feature a discussion between Finn and a creator – including musicians, authors, filmmakers, etc. – on the role that memory plays in their art. These exclusive conversations reveal the different ways each creator synthesizes their memorized life experience to tell stories about themselves and the world we live in. Other miscellaneous creators will be announced soon.

That’s How I Remember It with Craig Finn Ep. 1 premiered in June and quickly rose to the top 5 on Apple Podcasts “Top Episodes: Music” chart, as well as the top 15 by Spotify on “Top Podcasts: Music” in the United States and in the top 20 of “Top Podcasts: Music” in the United States. UK.



13 – Grand Junction, Colorado – Supergrass Festival


16-17 – Odense, DK – Nashville Nights Songwriters Festival

18 – Berlin, DE – Columbiahalle *

19 – Hamburg, DE – NOCHTWACHE

20 – Cologne, DE – Blue Shell

21 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Paradiso

23 – Brighton, United Kingdom – Green Door Store

24 – London, United Kingdom – Omeara

25 – Leeds, United Kingdom – Belgrave Music Hall

27 – Dublin, IR – The Great Social

28 – Glasgow, UK – Wah Wah Hut by King Tut

30 – Newcastle, UK – Think tank


1 – Manchester, UK – Night and Day

2 – London, United Kingdom – Moth Club

11 – Boston, MA – Crystal Ballroom at the Sommerville Theater

13 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – World Café Live

14 – Asbury Park, NJ – Independent House

15 – Brooklyn, NY – Williamsburg Opera House

16 – Washington, DC – Union Scene

17 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – Club Cafe

19 – Toronto, Ontario – Horseshoe Tavern

21 – Chicago, IL – Irish American Heritage Center

22 – St. Louis, MO – Off Broadway

23 – Nashville, TN – East Basement


3 – San Diego, CA – The Casbah

4 – Los Angeles, California – Masonic Lodge

5 – San Francisco, CA – Cafe Du Nord

8 – Seattle, WA – Madame Lou’s

9 – Portland, OR – The Old Church

* Support Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls’ Lost Evenings V