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LISTEN // Volcano Choir Announce First European Tour Dates Ever, Release “Comrade” Remixes

We have some big news today for Volcano Choir! The band has toured for the last month since Repave‘s release hitting US cities and even playing Late Night With Jimmy Fallon and today they announce their first ever tour dates in Europe! Volcano Choir European fans will be able to see the band in November in Ireland, United Kingdom, Belgium, Germany and more! Click read more below to see all dates and ticket links.

Today also marks the release of the Comrade Remix EP which includes remixes from musicians in or related to Volcano Choir such as All Tiny Creatures, Collections of Colonies of Bees, guitarist Chris Rosenau, and Altos. The tracks are available for free download and also streaming below or on our Soundcloud page here.

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LATE NIGHT LIVE // Watch Volcano Choir Perform “Byegone” Live On Late Night With Jimmy Fallon

Last night Volcano Choir made their “smoldering TV debut” [according to SPIN] with a performance of “Byegone” from their new album, Repave, on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. Click HERE to watch the performance and see other highlights from the episode or watch ABOVE.

We are also excited to announce Repave debuted today on the Billboard Top 200 at #40.

Read more for ways to buy new album Repave and all Volcano Choir’s currently announced tour dates!

Purchase the new album on iTunes, Amazon, your local record store, and from SC Distribution.

All Volcano Choir tour dates, including a special stop in Justin Vernon‘s home town of Eau Claire, are listed BELOW.


TOUR DATES:


9/06 | Chicago, IL: Metro w/ Sylvan Esso
9/07 | Indianapolis, IN: The Vogue w/ Sylvan Esso
9/08 | Toronto, ON: Phoenix Concert Theatre w/ Sylvan Esso
9/09 | South Burlington, VT: Higher Ground w/ Sylvan Esso
9/11 | Boston, MA: Paradise Rock Club w/ Sylvan Esso
9/12 | Washington, DC: 9:30 Club w/ Sylvan Esso
9/14 | New York, NY: Webster Hall w/ Sylvan Esso
9/27 | Madison, WI: Orpheum Theater w/Field Report
9/28 | Milwaukee, WI: The Pabst Theater w/Hello Death
10/18 | Minneapolis, MN: First Avenue w/Mark Mallman (solo)
10/19 | Eau Claire, WI: Schofield Auditorium w/Adelyn Rose
11/10 | Melbourne, VIC: Werribee Park: Harvest Festival 2013
11/16 | Syndney, NSW: The Domain: Harvest Festival 2013
11/17 | Brisbane, QLD: Botanic Gardens: Harvest Festival 2013
1/17/14 | Phoenix, AZ: The Crescent Ballroom
1/18/14 | Los Angeles, CA: Fonda Theatre
1/19/14 | San Diego, CA: House of Blues
1/23/14 | Portland, OR: Wonder Ballroom
1/24/14 | Vancouver, BC: Commodore Ballroom
1/25/14 | Seattle, WA: Neptune Theatre

LATE NIGHT TV DEBUT // UMO Destroy Fallon Stage

Good afternoon fine folks of the interwebs. Last night, Unknown Mortal Orchestra made their late night television debut on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Our leather daddies wasted no time in getting right down to business. Playing II’s “So Good At Being In Trouble,” UMO destroyed the stage with their performance, and Ruban even threw in a golden god guitar solo at the end. ENJOY ABOVE.

If you like what you see, be sure to catch NPR Music’s live stream of UMO and Foxygen’s gig tomorrow night at Rock & Roll Hotel. Show starts at 9:00 PM ET. Details details details. Lastly, we will wrap this note up by reminding you to check out all the upcoming tour dates!

WATCH // Kids Millions Plays with Yo La Tengo on Jimmy Fallon

Did you watch Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday? If you didn’t, you should have! Kid Millions (Oneida) joined Yo La Tengo to play “Ohm.” He was one of THREE drummers, the other two were YLT’s Georgia Hubley (of course) and Fred Armisen. Watch above.

And if that isn’t enough – Questlove, Kids Millions, Georgia Hubley and Fred Armisen had a drum-off/jam session following the performance. We’re not kidding. Enjoy the madness HERE.

UMO Share “So Good At Being In Trouble” Audio Stream & Video Stills, Announce Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Performance on February 25

Unknown Mortal Orchestra share the second single off their forthcoming record, II. Titled “So Good At Being In Trouble,” the track is available for streaming above! To make things a tiny bit sweeter, Pitchfork just gave the song its Best New Track approval.

“So Good At Being In Trouble” is getting the visual treatment. The official music video stars actor and musician Chris Mintz-Plasse (of The Young Rapscallions) and will soon be available for your viewing pleasure. Until then, check out some stills from the shoot below.

The next bit of news only makes sense. UMO will make their late night television debut on February 25 with a performance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Don’t you dare miss it!

How Can You Really by Foxygen
Cosmic Vibrations by Foxygen
Forever Dilating Eye by Sinoia Caves
Thousand Eyes by Lia Ices
Taking Chances by Sharon Van Etten
Every Time the Sun Comes Up by Sharon Van Etten
Lines of Latitude by Small Black
North Hollywood Microwaves by Pink Mountaintops
Fire-scene by S. Carey
Crown the Pines by S. Carey

Coulda Been My Love by Foxygen

Thousand Eyes by Lia Ices

Tiderays by Volcano Choir

Forever Dilating Eye by Sinoia Caves

Foxygen
Salt Lake City, UT - Urban Lounge  w/ Dub Thompson

Sharon Van Etten
Asheville, NC - Grey Eagle  w/ Tiny Ruins

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