LCD Soundsystem announces ‘American Dream’ album, world tour

LCD Soundsystem has announced details of its long awaited fourth album, American Dream, and an accompanying world tour. The album will be released on September 1st via Columbia Records/DFA and feature ten tracks.

The group has also announced dates of an extensive world tour, bookended by encore residencies at Brooklyn Steel: a seven-performance run spanning June 16th-24th currently underway and a ten-show homecoming taking place over December 11th-23rd. They’ll also perform a string of five shows at the Hollywood Palladium from November 17th-21st. In the intervening months, LCD Soundsystem will circle the globe, playing arenas, theaters and festivals worldwide—including previously announced headline appearances at Pitchfork, Forecastle, Voodoo Music + Arts Experience, among others.

Tickets for the newly announced headline dates are on sale Friday, June 23rd via their website.

The album and tour news comes in the wake of the May 5th release of its “Call The Police/American Dream” single, their May 6th Saturday Night Live performance of those songs, and having sold out its latest seven-night residency at Brooklyn Steel in ten minutes.

CD

  1. Oh Baby
  2. 2. Other Voices
  3. 3. I Used To
  4. Change Yr Mind
  5. How Do You Sleep?
  6. Tonight
  7. Call The Police
  8. American Dream
  9. Emotional Haircut
  10. Black Screen

Tour Dates:

Jun 16-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel (SOLD OUT)
Jun 17-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel (SOLD OUT)
Jun 19-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel (SOLD OUT)
Jun 20-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel (SOLD OUT)
Jun 21-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel (SOLD OUT)
Jun 23-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel (SOLD OUT)
Jun 24-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel (SOLD OUT)
Jul 12-17 Ottawa, ON Ottawa Bluesfest
Jul 14-17 Chicago, IL Pitchfork Music Festival
Jul 15-17 Louisville, KY Forecastle Festival
Jul 23-17 Byron Bay, AUS Splendour in the Grass Festival
Jul 24-17 Sydney, AUS Hordern Pavillion
Jul 26-17 Melbourne, AUS Margaret Court Arena
Jul 29-17 Niigata, JP Fuji Rock Festival
Aug 26-17 Monterrey, MX Hellow Festival
Sep 08-17 Copenhagen, DK Vega
Sep 09-17 Copenhagen, DK Vega
Sep 11-17 Amsterdam, NL Paradiso
Sep 12-17 Amsterdam, NL Paradiso
Sep 13-17 Paris, FR L’Olympia
Sep 14-17 Paris, FR L’Olympia
Sep 16-17 Manchester, UK The Warehouse Project
Sep 17-17 Manchester, UK The Warehouse Project
Sep 19-17 Glasgow, UK The Barrowland Ballroom
Sep 22-17 London, UK Alexandra Palace
Oct 17-17 Washington DC The Anthem
Oct 21-17 Atlanta, GA Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre
Oct 22-17 Atlanta, GA Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre
Oct 25-17 Miami, FL James L. Knight Center Theater
Oct 27-17 New Orleans, LA Voodoo Music + Arts Experience
Oct 30-17 Dallas, TX The Bomb Factory
Oct 31-17 Austin, TX Austin360 Amphitheater
Nov 03-17 Detroit, MI Masonic Temple Theatre
Nov 9-17 St. Paul, MN Roy Wilkins Auditorium
Nov 11-17 Broomfield, CO 1st Bank Center
Nov 14-17 San Francisco, CA Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
Nov 17-17 Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Palladium
Nov 18-17 Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Palladium
Nov 19-17 Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Palladium
Nov 20-17 Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Palladium
Nov 21-17 Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Palladium
Dec 02-17 Montreal, QC Place Bell Arena
Dec 03-17 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
Dec 05-17 Philadelphia, PA The Fillmore
Dec 06-17 Philadelphia, PA The Fillmore
Dec 08-17 Boston, MA Agganis Arena
Dec 11-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel
Dec 12-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel
Dec 14-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel
Dec 15-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel
Dec 17-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel
Dec 18-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel
Dec 19-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel
Dec 21-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel
Dec 22-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel
Dec 23-17 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel

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