Following historic headline performances last month including a sold-out inaugural date at Brooklyn, NY’s Williamsburg Waterfront and the first ever AOL Pop Up show at New York City’s Grand Central Terminal’s Vanderbilt Hall, Band of Horses has filled in the blanks in its fall 2010 North American itinerary. The newly confirmed dates will follow highly anticipated September headlines at Los Angeles and Berkeley’s Greek Theaters as well as previously announced September dates in Las Vegas, Salt Lake City and Denver. The new dates will commence October 1 in Des Moines and stretch to October 30 in Atlanta, sandwiching the band’s October 10 main stage appearance at the Austin City Limits festival.

Pre-sales for all the newly announced shows will commence Thursday, July 8.

Additionally, July 13 will mark the iTunes premiere of the video for “Laredo,” the first official single from Band of Horses’ third album Infinite Arms, which was released May 18 by Brown/Fat Possum/Columbia, moving in excess of 45,000 units in its debut week and entering the U.S. chart at a career high #7. The “Laredo” video was shot on location in Pioneertown, CA, and features footage from an impromptu set the band played at local haunt Pappy & Harriet’s. The clip was edited by Duncan Shepherd and produced by Merge @ Crossroads Films.

Infinite Arms was produced by Band of Horses with additional production from Phil Ek and mixed by Dave Sardy, its songs projecting the essence of the different locales across America that became the setting for its recording and songwriting process. The rich musical heritage of Muscle Shoals, AL, the sublime beauty of Asheville’s Blue Ridge Mountains, the glamorous Hollywood Hills and the vast Mojave desert all influenced the sounds on Infinite Arms and helped yield the group’s most focused and dynamic recordings to date. The serene woods of Northern Minnesota and the band’s native Carolinas inspired the songwriting, lending the compositions an air of comfort and familiarity.

Band of Horses is Ben Bridwell, Creighton Barrett, Ryan Monroe, Tyler Ramsey and Bill Reynolds. Infinite Arms marks the recorded debut of long time touring members Ramsey and Reynolds, while Barrett and Monroe graced the last album, Cease to Begin. Through touring together in support of Cease to Begin and during breaks in the Infinite Arms recording process, the band have become a cohesive force with all members making invaluable contributions to the unmistakable sound that founder Bridwell has crafted since the band’s inception.

The latest addition to Band of Horses’ acclaimed discography arrived recently in the form of “Life On Earth” available exclusively on the new Twilight Saga: Eclipse soundtrack, joining Infinite Arms and its predecessors 2007’s Cease To Begin, the band’s 2006 debut album Everything All The Time, and a self-titled, self-released EP in 2005.

Band of Horses is currently playing a handful of U.S. dates before spending the remainder of the summer abroad, where they will traverse Australia, Japan, the European continent and the UK before returning to North America in September. For a full list of upcoming North American dates, see below and continue to check back at

(New Dates in BOLD)

July 12th – Nashville, TN – War Memorial – ON SALE NOW
July 13th – Cincinnati, OH – Inner Circle – ON SALE NOW
July 14th – Columbia, MO – Blue Note – ON SALE NOW
July 16th – Milwaukee, WI – Eagles Club – ON SALE NOW
July 17th – Minneapolis, MN – State Theater – ON SALE NOW

September 24th – Berkeley, CA – Greek Theater – ON SALE NOW
September 25th – Los Angeles, CA – Greek Theater – ON SALE NOW
September 27th – Las Vegas, NV – The Joint – ON SALE NOW
September 28th – Salt Lake City, UT – In The Venue – ON SALE NOW
September 29th – Denver, CO – Fillmore – ON SALE NOW
October 1st – Des Moines, IA – Val Air Ballroom
October 4th – Cleveland, OH – House of Blues
October 5th – Columbus, OH – LC Amphitheater
October 6th – Louisville, KY – Brown Theater

October 10th – Austin, TX – Austin City Limits Festival – ON SALE NOW
October 12th – Tulsa, OK -Cain’s Ballroom
October 13th – St. Louis, MO – The Pageant
October 14th – Kansas City, MO – Uptown Theater
October 17th – Indianapolis, IN -Egyptian Room
October 21st – Toronto, ON – Koolhaus
October 22nd – Detroit, MI – Fillmore
October 30th – Atlanta, GA – The Fox Theater