Since March, Our Lady Peace has been traveling across Canada performing the albums ‘Clumsy’ and ‘Spiritual Machines’ in their entirety. The “An Evening With Our Lady Peace Tour” consists of two nights at a venue, each night dedicated to one of the albums followed by a full second set of songs from all of their records including their most recent album ‘Burn Burn’. A new video for “Dreamland”, a stand out track from ‘Burn Burn’, is a compilation of footage taken from the first leg of the tour.

Here is lead singer Raine Maida’s description of the inspiration for the song: “Norman Rockwell paintings, while being weaved into “Americana” over the years have always seemed creepy to me. The irony is that ‘Dreamland’ is inspired by his style of painting. Escapism from present day woes right into one of his Rockwell lands. I guess part two to ‘Dreamland’ would have us sinking into the dogs playing poker painting… “

OLP is set to head out on the second leg of the tour next week.

‘An Evening With Our Lady Peace’ Tour Dates:

04/27 – Thunder Bay, Ontario – Thunder Bay Community Auditorium
04/28 – Thunder Bay, Ontario – Thunder Bay Community Auditorium
04/30 – Winnipeg – Burton Cummings Theatre
05/01 – Winnipeg – Burton Cummings Theatre
05/03 – Saskatchewan – Conexus
05/04 – Saskatchewan – Conexus
05/06 – Saskatchewan – TCU
05/07 – Edmonton, Alberta – Edmonton Events Center
05/08 – Edmonton, Alberta – Edmonton Events Center
05/10 – Calgary, Alberta – Jack Singer Concert Hall
05/11 – Calgary, Alberta – Jack Singer Concert Hall
05/13 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Vogue Theatre
05/14 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Vogue Theatre
05/15 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Vogue Theatre
05/18 – Nanaimo, British Columbia – Port Theatre
05/19 – Nanaimo, British Columbia – Port Theatre
05/21 – Victoria, British Columbia – Royal Theatre
05/22 – Victoria, British Columbia – Royal Theatre


For more information please visit: www.myspace.com/ourladypeace.

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