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LCD Soundsystem’s new album will be out in September

(Photo:  Jim Bennett/Getty Images)
(Photo: Jim Bennett/Getty Images)

LCD Soundsystem—far from finished—has already unveiled two singles and played a bunch of shows, but now the band has announced the dates for the album release and tour launch. The record, called American Dream, will be available September 1, and will feature 10 tracks, including one tantalizingly called “emotional haircut.” James Murphy’s outfit will be at some festivals this summer before embarking on a world tour after the release. They’re scheduled to play multiple dates in a city, including five nights at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles. Their time on the road will wrap up with a 10-night residency at Brooklyn Steel, the venue where they are currently stationed for a set of concerts.


Here’s the full list of songs on the album, with the tour dates following:

oh baby

other voices

i used to

change yr mind

how do you sleep?


call the police

american dream

emotional haircut

black screen

LCD Soundsystem Tour

7/12—Ottawa Bluesfest—Ottawa, Ontario
7/14—Pitchfork Music Festival—Chicago, IL
7/15—Forecastle Festival—Louisville, KY
7/23—Splendour In The Grass Festival—Byron Bay, Australia
7/24—Hordern Pavilion—Sydney, Australia
7/26—Margaret Court—Melbourne, Australia
7/29—Fuji Rock Festival—Niigata, Japan
8/26—Hellow Festival—Monterrey, Mexico
9/8—Vega—Copenhagen, Denmark
9/9—Vega—Copenhagen, Denmark
9/11—Paradiso—Amsterdam, Netherlands
9/12—Paradiso—Amsterdam, Netherlands
9/13—L’Olympia—Paris, France
9/14—L’Olympia—Paris, France
9/16—The Warehouse Project—Manchester, UK
9/17—The Warehouse Project—Manchester, UK
9/19—The Barrowland Ballroom—Glasgow, UK
9/22—Alexandra—London, UK
10/17—The Anthem—Washington DC
10/21—Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre—Atlanta, GA
10/22—Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre—Atlanta, GA
10/25—James L. Knight Center Theater—Miami, FL
10/27—Voodoo Music + Arts Experience—New Orleans, LA
10/30—The Bomb Factory—Dallas, TX
10/31—Austin360 Amphitheater—Austin, TX
11/3—Masonic Temple Theatre—Detroit, MI
11/9—Roy Wilkins Auditorium—St. Paul, MN
11/11—1st Bank Center—Broomfield, CO
11/14—Bill Graham Civic Auditorium—San Francisco, CA
11/17—Hollywood Palladium—Los Angeles, CA
11/18—Hollywood Palladium—Los Angeles, CA
11/19—Hollywood Palladium—Los Angeles, CA
11/20—Hollywood Palladium—Los Angeles, CA
11/21—Hollywood Palladium—Los Angeles, CA
12/2—Place Bell Arena—Montreal, Quebec
12/3—Air Canada Centre—Toronto, Ontario
12/5—The Fillmore—Philadelphia, PA
12/6—The Fillmore—Philadelphia, PA
12/8—Agganis Arena—Boston, MA
12/11—Brooklyn Steel—Brooklyn, NY
12/12—Brooklyn Steel—Brooklyn, NY
12/14—Brooklyn Steel—Brooklyn, NY
12/15—Brooklyn Steel—Brooklyn, NY
12/17—Brooklyn Steel—Brooklyn, NY
12/18—Brooklyn Steel—Brooklyn, NY
12/19—Brooklyn Steel—Brooklyn, NY
12/21—Brooklyn Steel—Brooklyn, NY
12/22—Brooklyn Steel—Brooklyn, NY
12/23—Brooklyn Steel—Brooklyn, NY