Portugal. The Man Tour Schedule
Portugal. The Man dropped their new 2017 album Woodstock, and they're now touring in support of the album. From July to October, get tickets to see Portugal. The Man live at venues across the country. They are also playing at Austin City Limits Music Festival this year.
About Portugal. The Man
Portugal. The Man is an indie rock/alternative rock band form Portland, Oregon. Some of the members started playing together in high school in Alaska as Anatomy of a Ghost. In 2004, they left Alaska to move to Portland and began recording demos. With the addition of a drummer, the named changed to Portugal. The Man. The debut album Waiter: "You Vultures!" dropped in 2006. Portugal. The Man and the name resides in a sort of "alter ego" that represents the band as a whole. In 2007, they released their second album Church Mouth and headlined their first U.S> tour. In 2008, the band released Censored Colors and added the touring keyboardist as an official member of the band.
Music festival appearances at huge events such as Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza fallowed. The Satanic Satanist was the band's fourth album that dropped in 2009, and in 2010, the an-album-a-year trend followed with American Ghetto. In The Mountain in the Cloud dropped in 2011, and this would be the end of a new album every year for a few years. More musical appearances followed.
In 2013, the band returned with Evil Friends. The album featured backing vocals from some of the Haim sisters, known for their band HAIM. Four years would pass until Woodstock finally dropped, though fans did get to enjoy many scattered singles and features in between. Woodstock was inspired by frontman Gourley's father's 1969 Woodstock music festival ticket stub. The album heavily comments on social and political issues similar to the time period in 1969.
Portugal. The Man Discography
Waiter: "You Vultures!" (2006)
Church Mouth (2007)
Censored Colors (2008)
The Satanic Satanist (2009)
American Ghetto (2010)
In the Mountain in the Cloud (2011)
Evil Friends (2013)