R.LUM.R Makes Major Label Debut and Announces 2020 Tour Dates

After almost two years of hard work and soul-searching, Tennessee-based R&B singer R.LUM.R is finally ready to unveil his first major studio album on Island Records. In this thirteen-track selection, R.LUM.R explores themes of darkness,  masculinity, mental illness, healing and finding his own path. Each track frames his voice in a dynamic way while allowing his raw talent to shine through magnificently. 

On the release of the record, R.LUM.R states, “I finally feel like I’m saying not only what I want to say, but what NEEDS to be said, in my own words. I finally feel like I’m Surfacing.“ Accompanying the release of his album is the announcement of The Surfacing Tour, his first major headlining tour of North America.  The 5-week, 26-city run across the U.S. and Canada will open February 20th in Nashville and will wrap in Charlotte, NC on March 28th. See dates below!

The Surfacing Tour

February 20 – Nashville, TN at The Basement East

February 21 – Atlanta, GA at Masquerade (Hell Stage)

February 22 – Birmingham, AL at The Nick

February 26 – Houston, TX at White Oak Music Hall (Upstairs)

February 27 – Austin, TX at Stubb’s Indoors

February 28 – Dallas, TX at Three Links

February 29 – Norman, OK at Opolis

March 3 – Phoenix, AZ at Valley Bar

March 4 – San Diego, CA at Casbah

March 5 – West Hollywood, CA at The Roxy Theatre

March 7 – San Francisco, CA at The Independent

March 8 – Sacramento, CA at Harlow’s

March 10 – Portland, OR at Wonder Ballroom

March 11 – Seattle, WA at The Crocodile

March 13 – Salt Lake City, UT at Soundwell

March 14 – Denver, CO at Larimer Lounge

March 16 – Kansas City, MO at The Riot Room

March 17 – Minneapolis, MN at 7th Street Entry

March 19 – Chicago, IL at Schubas Tavern

March 20 – Detroit, MI at The Shelter

March 21 – Toronto, ON at The Garrison

March 23 – Cambridge, MA at The Sinclair

March 24 – New York, NY at Bowery Ballroom

March 26 – Philadelphia, PA at Johnny Brenda’s

March 27 – Washington, DC at U Street Music Hall

March 28 – Charlotte, NC at Neighborhood Theatre

Stream to “Resurfacing” below:




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