Michigan’s We Came As Romans announces ‘To Plant A Seed’ 10th anniversary tour

Band says tour is last time it will play album

We Came As Romans (Photo: WCAR)
We Came As Romans (Photo: WCAR)

DETROIT – We Came As Romans will no longer play songs from “To Plant A Seed” live after the band closes out its recently announced tour with a hometown show next year.

The group’s debut album turned 10 on Nov. 3.

The tour kicks off March 5 in Chicago and will end April 11 in at the Crofoot Ballroom in Pontiac.

The Devil Wears Prada, Gideon and Dayseeker are also on the bill. Tickets go on sale Friday.

The tour announcement comes after WCAR released two new songs in September. It was the first new music from the band since singer Kyle Pavone died of a drug overdose last summer.

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Band members have previously said the guys were working on a new album and continuing on without Pavone. The new tracks paid homage to the late singer.