Article Contributed by Sacks and Company | Published on Monday, April 16, 2018

Lord Huron is launching a Vide Noir public access television show in select cities nationwide. A true multi-media artist, singer/songwriter/producer Ben Schneider has created an immersive program that expands upon the album’s narratives and themes while showcasing the hidden world that inhabits Vide Noir. Fans can tune in to their local listings or see below for a current airing schedule. Additional local airings will be announced soon.

The band’s highly anticipated new album, Vide Noir, is due April 20 on Whispering Pines/Republic Records. The album is already the subject of widespread critical praise; Los Angles Magazine proclaims, “Lord Huron is poised to break through,” while Relix furthers, "On Vide Noir, Schneider is lost, mystified and dazed-and it makes for his band's trippiest and most exciting music yet.” Vide Noir can be pre-ordered at https://LordHuron.lnk.to/VideNoirPR.

Additionally, Lord Huron’s worldwide tour kicks off next week. Even as the band headlines their largest venues to date, many shows (including New York City, Chicago, Boston, Oakland and Seattle) have sold-out months in advance. Every pair of tickets ordered for the U.S. headlining tour includes a copy of Vide Noir. Tickets for the dates are on sale now at http://lordhuron.com.

Vide Noir was written and recorded over the past two years at Lord Huron’s Los Angeles studio and informal clubhouse, Whispering Pines, and was mixed by Dave Fridmann (The Flaming Lips/MGMT). Schneider found inspiration wandering restlessly through his adopted home of L.A. at night: “My nighttime drives ranged all over the city—across the twinkling grid of the valley, into the creeping shadows of the foothills, through downtown’s neon canyons and way out to the darksome ocean. I started imagining Vide Noir as an epic odyssey through the city, across dimensions, and out into the cosmos. A journey along the spectrum of human experience. A search for meaning amidst the cold indifference of The Universe,” he says.


April 16— Madison, WI—WYOU at Channel 991—7 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Local Time
April 16— Nashville, TN— NECAT at Channel 19—9:30 p.m. Local Time

April 16— Burlington, VT—VCAM at Channel 15—12:30 p.m. Local Time

April 18— Burlington, VT—VCAM at Channel 15—4:30 a.m. Local Time

April 18— Brooklyn, NY— Brooklyn Free Speech TV (Channel: Spectrum 79 / Optimum 68 / FiOS 43 / RCN 83) —10:00 p.m. Local Time

April 20— Burlington, VT—VCAM at Channel 15—5:30 p.m. Local Time

April 20— Lansing, MI— Lansing PMC at Channel 16—6:30 p.m. Local Time
April 20— Madison, WI—WYOU at Channel 991—7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Local Time

April 20— Nashville, TN— NECAT (Channel: Comcast 19 / ATT 99)—1 a.m. Local Time

April 21— Nashville, TN— NECAT at Channel 19—4:30 a.m. Local Time

April 22— Burlington, VT—VCAM at Channel 15—10:30 p.m. Local Time
April 22— Denver, CO—DOM at Channel 56—10 p.m. Local Time

April 22— Nashville, TN— NECAT at Channel 19—10:30 p.m. Local Time

April 23— Burlington, VT—VCAM at Channel 15—12:30 p.m. Local Time

April 25— Burlington, VT—VCAM at Channel 15—4:30 a.m. Local Time

April 27— Burlington, VT—VCAM at Channel 15—5:30 p.m. Local Time

April 29— Burlington, VT—VCAM at Channel 15—12:30 p.m. Local Time



April 20— Grand Rapids, MI—20 Monroe Live *

April 21—Chicago, IL— Riviera Theatre *

April 22—St. Paul, MN—The Palace Theatre *

April 23— Milwaukee, WI—Riverside Theatre *

April 25—Kansas City, MO—Arvest Bank Theatre ^

April 26—Indianapolis, IN—The Vogue ^

April 27— Royal Oak, MI—Royal Oak Music Theater ^

April 28—Cincinnati, OH—Homecoming Festival

April 30—Boston, MA— House of Blues %

May 1—Philadelphia, PA—Electric Factory %

May 3—New York, NY—Beacon Theatre %

May 4—Washington, DC—The Anthem %

May 4-6—Atlanta, GA—Shaky Knees Festival

May 31—San Diego, CA—House of Blues

June 1—San Diego, CA—House of Blues

June 2—Los Angeles, CA—Greek Theatre

June 3—Oakland, CA—Fox Theater

June 5—Portland, OR—Crystal Ballroom

June 6—Portland, OR—Crystal Ballroom

June 7—Seattle, WA—Moore Theatre

June 8—Seattle, WA—Moore Theatre

June 15-June 17—Dover, DE—Firefly Festival

July 25—Toronto, ON—Sony Centre

July 26—Pittsburgh, PA—Stage AE

July 27—Cleveland, OH—House Of Blues

July 30—Portland, ME—State Theatre

August 1—Brooklyn, NY—Brooklyn Steel

August 2—Brooklyn, NY—Brooklyn Steel

August 4—Montreal, QC—Osheaga Festival

August 5—Boston, MA—House Of Blues

September 21—St. Louis, MO—The Pageant

September 25—New Orleans, LA—Civic Theatre

September 27—Houston, TX—Revention Music Center

September 29—Austin, TX—Stubb’s Waller Creek

October 1—Tulsa, OK—Cain's Ballroom

October 3—Omaha, NE—Sokol Auditorium

October 4—Denver, CO—Ogden Theatre

October 5—Denver, CO—Ogden Theatre

October 19—Copenhagen, DK—Vega

October 20—Aarhus, DK—Voxhall

October 21—Hamburg, DE—Gruenspan

October 22—Amsterdam, NL—Paradiso

October 23—Brussels, BE—Ancienne Belgique

October 25—Cambridge, UK—The Junction

October 26—London, UK—Roundhouse

October 27—Sheffield, UK—Plug

October 28—Gateshead, UK—Sage Gateshead

October 29—Liverpool, UK—Invisible Wind Factory

October 31—Paris, FR—Le Trianon

November 2—Munich, DE—Technikum

November 3—Koln, DE—Gloria

November 5—Berlin, DE—Columbia Theater

BOLD—sold out 

* with In Tall Buildings

^ with Liz Cooper & The Stampede

% with Midnight Sister