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The debut album from Filthy Friends, which features Sleater-Kinney’s Corin Tucker and R.E.M.’s Peter Buck, is set to be released at the end of this month, so the band has shared a new video and a new batch of tour dates to make that wait go a little quicker. The video is for “Despierta,” which was Filthy Friends’ entry in the 30 Songs For 30 Days anti-Trump project, and while the video isn’t much of an anti-Trump protest on its own, it does feature a number of people running through the woods in hopes of catching a hot Filthy Friends performance. The aforementioned debut album, Invitation, will be available on August 25.

Here’s the video:

And here’s Filthy Friends full slate of current tour dates:

Filthy Friends Tour 2017

8/25—Eugene, OR—Hi Fi Music Hall

8/26—Portland, OR—Musicfest NW presents Project Pabst

8/29—San Francisco, CA—The Independent

8/30—Los Angeles, CA—The Teragram Ballroom

9/1—Seattle, WA—Bumbershoot

9/6—Brooklyn, NY—The Bell House

9/22—Chicago, IL—Goose Island Block Party (with Ted Leo)

9/23-24—Cincinnati, OH—Midpoint Music Festival