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Julia Holter has announced new tour dates.

She is due to play in Manchester, Bristol, Glasgow, Bristol, Newcastle and Brighton. This is alongside her biggest headline show to date at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire on November 14. Circuits Des Yeux will be the supporting act from November 11–21.

Holter has also confirmed a number of festival dates including Green Man Festival, Primavera Sound, Pitchfork Music Festival, La Route Du Rock and Iceland Airwaves.

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The dates are:

May 15 – FORM: Arcosanti, Mayer, AZ. Tickets here

May 19-21 – Moogfest, Durham, NC. Tickets here

May 30 – Sasquatch Festival, Georgia, WA. Tickets here

June 2 – Kilbi Festival, Düdingen, Switzerland. Tickets here

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June 4 – Primavera Sound Festival, Barcelona. Tickets here

June 6 – Le 106, Rouen. Tickets here

June 7 – Les Nuits De Botanique Festival, Brussels. Tickets here

June 9 – NOS Primavera Sound Festival, Porto. Tickets here

June 23 – Sled Island Music & Arts Festival, Calgary, AB. Tickets here

July 15-17 – Pitchfork Music Festival, Chicago, IL. Tickets here

August 6-7 – Pickathon, Happy Valley, OR. Tickets here

August 11 – Øya Festival, Oslo. Tickets here

August 12 – Way Out West Festival, Gothenburg. Tickets here

August 13 – Haldern Pop Festival, Haldern-Rees, Germany. Tickets here

August 14 – La Route Du Rock Festival, Saint-Malo. Tickets here

August 16 – Paradiso Noord, Amsterdam. Tickets here

August 18 – DR Studio 2, Copenhagen. Tickets here

August 21 – Green Man Festival, Brecon Beacons. Tickets here

August 28 – FYF Festival, Los Angeles, CA. Tickets here

August 31 – The Chapel, San Francisco, CA. Tickets here

September 1 – The Old Redwood Barn, Sonoma, CA. Tickets here

November 3-6 – Iceland Airwaves, Reykjavik. Tickets here

November 8 – Arts Carmarlis Festival, Katowice. Tickets here

November 11 – Gaite Lyrique, Paris. Tickets here

November 12 – Le Guess Who Festival, Utrecht. Tickets here

November 14 – Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London. Tickets here

November 15 – Cathedral, Manchester. Tickets here

November 16 – The Sage, Newcastle. Tickets here

November 17 – Art School, Glasgow. Tickets here

November 19 – Vicar Street, Dublin. Tickets here

November 20 – Anson Rooms, Bristol. Tickets here

November 21 – Concorde 2, Brighton. Tickets here

Listen to Sea Calls Me Home here:

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