The reunited group are on tour with Deftones and Incubus next month in the US and will stop off at Jack White’s Nashville studio to put down a live show straight to acetate. At the time of writing, there is no scheduled date for the album release date.
Death From Above 1979 are on the road in July to support their latest album ‘The Physical World’. Speaking about their trip to Third Man Records, they are entering the Blue Room “with ten years of lost time to recover and a fresh perspective.” Tickets for the special event are on sale now and available to purchase on the Third Man Records website.
Catch Death From Above 1979 on tour with Deftones and Incubus on the following dates and watch the video for ‘Trainwreck 1979’ below.
22 Clarkston (MI), DTE Energy Music Theatre
23 Tinley Park (IL), First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
25 Cincinnati (OH), Riverbed Music Center
04 Holmdel (NJ), PNC Bank Arts Center
05 Wantagh (NY), Nikon at Jones Beach Theater
07 Manfield (MA), Xfinity Center
08 Camden (NJ), Susquehanna Bank Center
09 Charlotte (NC), PNC Music Pavilion
12 Atlanta (GA), Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood
13 Tampa (FL), MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre
14 West Palm Beach (FL), Coral Sky Amphitheatre
16 New Orleans (LA), Bold Sphere Music at Champion’s Square
17 Austin (TX), Auston360 Amphitheater
19 Houston (TX), Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
20 Dallas (TX), Gexa Energy Pavilion
24 Morrison (CO), Red Rocks Amphitheatre
26 Mountain View (CA), Shoreline Amphitheatre
30 San Diego (CA), Sleep Train Amphitheatre
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