RETURN WITH NEW LINE-UP, NEW SONGS FOR TWO NY SHOWS
AHEAD OF EUROPEAN TOUR
Deerhunter have announced they will play two intimate New York-area shows before departing on a European tour in May. The band will be debuting both new songs and a new line-up. Tickets go on sale on Friday, 9th March at 10AM EST.
Work has begun on a new album, with a single expected in mid-Summer. The band’s last release was 2015’s Fading Frontier.
Paintings by Bradford Cox.
DEERHUNTER TOUR DATES
15 May – NEW YORK, NY, Elsewhere [TICKETS] 16 May – NEW YORK, NY, Le Poisson Rouge [TICKETS]
25 May – LONDON, KOKO [TICKETS] 26 May – MANCHESTER, Strange Waves @ Albert Hall [TICKETS] 27 May – BRIGHTON, Concorde 2 [TICKETS] 29 May – PARIS, Villette Sonique [TICKETS] 30 May – BESANÇON, La Rodia [TICKETS] 2 June – BARCELONA, Primavera [TICKETS] 3 June – NIMES, This Is Not A Love Song [TICKETS] 4 June – BORDEAUX, Rock School Barbey [TICKETS] 5 June – NANTES, Stereolux [TICKETS] 6 June – LILLE, Aeronef [TICKETS] 8 June – HILVARENBEEK, Best Kept Secret Festival [TICKETS] 9 June – AARHUS, Northside Festival [TICKETS] 10 June – HELSINKI, Sideways Festival [TICKETS] 12 June – LIEPZIG, UT connewitz [TICKETS] 13 June – BERLIN, Festaal [TICKETS] 14 June – PRAGUE, Meet Factory [TICKETS] 15 June – MANNHEIM, Maifield Derby Open Air Festival [TICKETS]
Fading Frontier, Deerhunter’s seventh studio album, was released in 2015 and reunited the band with Ben H. Allen, the same producer who helmed recordings for their acclaimed 2010 record Halcyon Digest. With contributions from Broadcast’s James Cargill and Tim Gane from Stereolab, Fading Frontier wowed critics, and featured heavily in end of year polls at the Guardian, NME, MOJO and Uncut.
“Deerhunter’s most straightforward, uplifting, pop-infused album to date.”
The Guardian – CD of the Week ****
“Deerhunter’s most accessible songs yet are also their most affecting.” MOJO ****
“A remarkable album, one that only grows more awesome with each listen.”
NME – Album of the Week *****
“Thrilling.” Uncut 9/10
“Deerhunter’s most crystal-clear record to date.” Record Collector ****