Give A Glimpse Of What Yer Not

Dinosaur Jr. announced last month that it would be opening for Jane’s Addiction for a few shows this summer, as well as headlining Boston’s Living Colour Festival with the Los Angeles rockers. But if you were worried you wouldn’t be able to snag tickets to the handful of shows, or otherwise felt that you could do without seeing Perry Farrell this year, J. Mascis and crew have just announced a new album and extensive world tour. This is big news, what with the dozens of dates across the globe and 11-track album, but don’t worry—Henry Rollins is here to talk you through it.

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Dinosaur Jr.’s Give A Glimpse Of What Yer Not will be out on Jagjaguwar on August 5. You can preorder via the band’s site, or go the iTunes or Amazon route (hey, you don’t have a soul anyway, and time is money, or vice versa). The track list is below, followed by the tour dates.

1. Goin Down
2. Tiny
3. Be A Part
4. I Told Everyone
5. Love Is…
6. Good To Know
7. I Walk For Miles
8. Lost All Day
9. Knocked Around
10. Mirror
11. Left/Right

Dinosaur Jr. 2016 World Tour Dates (North American stops in bold)

*= w/ Jane’s Addiction

June 2—Le Transbordeur—Lyon, France
June 3—Primavera Sound Festival—Barcelona, Spain
June 4—This Is Not A Love Song Festival—Nimes, France
June 5 —Maifield Derby—Mannheim, Germany
June 7—Taubchenthal—Leipzig, Germany
June 8—Lucerna Music Hall—Prague, Czech Republic
June 9—Kaserne Basel—Basel, Switzerland
June 10—Primavera Sound Porto—Porto, Portugal
June 11—Dachstock—Bern, Switzerland
June 13—E-Werk—Erlangen, Germany
June 15—De Kreun—Courtrai, Belgium
June 16—De Casino—Sint-Niklaas, Belgium
June 17—Traumzeit Festival—Duisburg, Germany
June 18—Best Kept Secret Festival—Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands
June 19—Pointu Festival—Gaou Island, France
June 21—Carroponte—Milan, Italy
June 22—Campo Della Giostra—San Gemini, Italy
June 23—Parco della Musica—Padova, Italy
June 24—Culture Factory—Zagreb, Croatia
July 14—The Met—Providence, RI
July 15—Coney Island Amphitheater—Brooklyn, NY•
July 16 —Stone Pony Summerstage—Asbury Park, NJ
July 17—Capitol Theatre—Port Chester, NY*
July 19—Blue Hills Bank Pavilion—Boston, MA*
July 20—The Fillmore—Philadelphia, PA*
July 22—Freedom Hill Amphitheatre—Sterling Heights, MI*
July 23—Jacob’s Pavilion—Cleveland, OH*
July 25—The Woodward—Cincinnati, OH
July 25—Murat Theatre—Indianapolis, IN
August 12-14—Wrecking Ball Festival—Atlanta, GA
August 20—Hostess Club All-Nighter—Tokyo, Japan
September 7—College Street Music Hall—New Haven, CT
September 8—9:30 Club—Washington, D.C.
September 9—The NorVa—Norfolk, VA
September 10—Neighborhood Theatre—Charlotte, NC
September 11—The Orange Peel—Asheville, NC
September 13—Saturn—Birmingham, AL
September 14—Tipitina’s Uptown—New Orleans, LA
September 15—White Oak Music Hall—Houston, TX
September 16—Austin City Limits Live—Austin, TX
September 17—Granada Theater—Dallas, TX
September 19—The Crescent Ballroom—Phoenix, AZ
September 20—Belly Up Tavern—Solana Beach, CA
September 22-23—Teragram Ballroom—Los Angeles, CA
September 24—Pappy & Harriet’s (Desert Stars Festival)—Pioneertown, CA
September 26-28—The Independent—San Francisco, CA
September 29—Crystal Ballroom—Portland, OR
September 30—Commodore Ballroom—Vancouver, British Columbia
October 1—The Showbox—Seattle, WA
October 3—The Depot—Salt Lake City, UT
October 4-5—Bluebird Theater—Denver, CO
October 7—First Avenue—Minneapolis, MN
October 8—Metro—Chicago, IL
October 9—Mr. Small’s Theatre—Millvale, PA
October 29—Vera—Groningen, Netherlands
October 30—Den Atelier—Luxembourg, Luxembourg
October 31—Elysée Montmartre—Paris, France
November 1—AB—Brussels, Belgium
November 3—Live Music Hall—Cologne, Germany
November 4—Rollingstone Weekender—-Kiel, Germany
November 5—Kb—Malmo, Sweden
November 6—Vulkan—Oslo, Norway
November 8—Debaser Medis—Stockholm, Sweden
November 9—-Amager Bio—Copenhagen, Denmark
November 10—VoxHall—Aarhus, Denmark
November 11—Astra—Berlin, Germany
November 12—Le Guess Who?—Utrecht, Netherlands
November 14—Motion—Bristol, UK
November 15—Vicar Street—Dublin, Ireland
November 17—ABC1—Glasgow, UK
November 18—Forum—London, UK
November 19—Albert Hall—Manchester, UK

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