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With a summer of appearances on stages across Europe running into a fall tour that spans most of the United States, the electric-dance-pop duo of Dave Macklovitch (Dave 1) and Patrick Gemayel (P-Thugg) is certainly putting their weight behind their latest album, 'Business Casual.'
"This tour is going to be crazy," Macklovitch tells about the nationwide lineup. "We have this kid Mayer Hawthorne opening for us. He did a cover of 'Don't Turn the Lights On' that really caught on the interwebs so maybe we'll try to that live with him. We'll have the Chromettes with us on more dates, we're beefing up production and we're hitting up markets we've never had the chance to go to."
When asked which cities would be added to the list, Macklovitch demurs, saying only that there are "some obvious cities that are missing that won't be missing from the final list." One of the obvious and unlisted appearances will be at the Electric Zoo Festival on New York's Randall Island on Labor Day weekend.