Caribou has announced that he will tour his recent album ‘Our Love’ around the world in the new year. Dan Snaith’s lengthy tour will begin at Australia’s Laneway Festival beginning in January and finishing the stretch at Dockville Festival in Germany.
Koreless will join Snaith on several dates for the jaunt, playing in America, Belgium, Germany, France and a big date at London’s Brixton Academy. All that, plus a headline appearance at Field Day 2015.
Listen to Carl Craig’s remix of ‘Your Love Will Set You Free’, which is taken from Caribou’s forthcoming 12” release, below the dates.
Caribou will play the following dates:
31 Brisbane, AU @ Laneway Festival
1 Sydney, AU - Laneway Festival
3 Sydney, AU - Sydney Opera House
5 Melbourne, AU - The Forum
6 Adelaide, AU - Laneway Festival
7 Melbourne, AU - Laneway Festival
8 Fremantle, AU - Laneway Festival
14 Singapore - Fort Canning Green
16 Taipei, TW - Legacy Taipei
21 Tokyo, JP - Hostess Weekender
26 Los Angeles, CA - The Fonda Theatre (w/ Koreless)
27 Los Angeles, CA - The Fonda Theatre (w/ Koreless)
28 Los Angeles, CA - The Fonda Theatre (w/ Koreless)
1 San Francisco, CA - The Fillmore (Noise Pop Festival)
2 San Francisco, CA - The Fillmore (Noise Pop Festival)
3 Portland, OR - Wonder Ballroom (w/ Koreless)
4 Seattle, WA - Showbox (w/ Koreless)
05 Vancouver, BC - Commodore Ballroom (Early show) (w/ Koreless)
05 Vancouver, BC - Commodore Ballroom (Late show) (w/ Koreless)
10 Brussels, BE - AB (w/ Koreless)
11 Paris, FR - Olympia (w/ Koreless)
12 Berlin, DE - Columbia Halle (w/ Koreless)
14 London, UK - Brixton Academy (w/ Koreless)
11 Chicago, IL - The Metro
12 Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue
13 Winnipeg, MB - Garrick Centre
14 Saskatoon, SK - O’Brians Event Centre
15 Edmonton, AB - Union Hall
16 Calgary, AB - Flames Central
06 London, UK - Field Day Festival
12 Oslo, NO - Øya Festival
22 Hamburg, DE - Dockville Festival
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