Fresh from debuting a brand new video, those drunken wreck heads in Black Lips have confirmed plans to return to the UK and Europe this summer.
The band, who are gearing up to release their new album 'Underneath The Rainbow', will be heading to our side of the pond this May and June, when they head out on their seven-date live jaunt.
They'll be making a UK stop in the form of Bethnal Green Working Men's Club, in the midst of dates in Prague, Brussels and Athens. Their full plans are below.
21 Prague, Meet Factory
22 Berlin, Privatclub
25 Amsterdam, Bitterzoet
26 Paris, La Nouveau Casino
03 Brussels, Rotonde Botanique
04 London, Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club
07 Athens, Plisskën Festival
Their new album - the follow-up to 2011's 'Arabia Mountain' which features Mastodon's Brett Hinds - is released on 17th March through Vice. The tracklisting looks like this:
01 Drive By Buddy
03 Make You Mine
05 Dorner Party
06 Justice After All
07 Boys in the Woods
09 Do the Vibrate
10 I Don't Wanna Go Home
11 Dandelion Dust
12 Dog Years
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