LCD Soundsystem announce new album, American Dream

A word tour follows

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LCD Soundsystem have confirmed details of their new album, American Dream.

The album will be released on September 1 via Columbia Records/DFA.

The tracklisting is:

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oh baby
other voices
i used to
change yr mind
how do you sleep?
tonite
call the police
american dream
emotional haircut
black screen

The band have also announced a world tour accompanying the album, including a show at Alexandra Palace on September 22.

Tour dates are:

Fri-Jun-16-17 Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn Steel (SOLD OUT)

Sat-Jun-17-17 Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn Steel (SOLD OUT)

Mon-Jun-19-17 Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn Steel (SOLD OUT)

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Tue-Jun-20-17 Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn Steel (SOLD OUT)

Wed-Jun-21-17 Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn Steel (SOLD OUT)

Fri-Jun-23-17 Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn Steel (SOLD OUT)

Sat-Jun-24-17 Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn Steel (SOLD OUT)

Wed-Jul-12-17 Ottawa, ON
Ottawa Bluesfest

Fri-Jul-14-17 Chicago, IL
Pitchfork Music Festival

Sat-Jul-15-17 Louisville, KY
Forecastle Festival

Sun-Jul-23-17 Byron Bay, AUS
Splendour in the Grass Festival

Mon-Jul-24-17 Sydney, AUS
Hordern Pavillion

Wed-Jul-26-17 Melbourne, AUS
Margaret Court Arena

Sat-Jul-29-17 Niigata, JP
Fuji Rock Festival

Sat-Aug-26-17 Monterrey, MX
Hellow Festival

Fri-Sep-08-17 Copenhagen, DK
Vega

Sat-Sep-09-17 Copenhagen, DK
Vega

Mon-Sep-11-17 Amsterdam, NL
Paradiso

Tue-Sep-12-17 Amsterdam, NL
Paradiso

Wed-Sep-13-17 Paris, FR
L’Olympia

Thu-Sep-14-17 Paris, FR
L’Olympia

Sat-Sep-16-17 Manchester, UK
The Warehouse Project

Sun-Sep-17-17 Manchester, UK
The Warehouse Project

Tue-Sep-19-17 Glasgow, UK
The Barrowland Ballroom

Fri-Sep-22-17 London, UK
Alexandra Palace

Tue-Oct-17-17 Washington DC
The Anthem

Sat-Oct-21-17 Atlanta, GA
Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre

Sun-Oct-22-17 Atlanta, GA
Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre

Wed-Oct-25-17 Miami, FL
James L. Knight Center Theater

Fri-Oct-27-17 New Orleans, LA
Voodoo Music + Arts Experience

Mon-Oct-30-17 Dallas, TX
The Bomb Factory

Tue-Oct-31-17 Austin, TX
Austin360 Amphitheater

Fri-Nov-03-17 Detroit, MI
Masonic Temple Theatre

Thu-Nov-09-17 St. Paul, MN
Roy Wilkins Auditorium

Sat-Nov-11-17 Broomfield, CO
1st Bank Center

Tue-Nov-14-17 San Francisco, CA
Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

Fri-Nov-17-17 Los Angeles, CA
Hollywood Palladium

Sat-Nov-18-17 Los Angeles, CA
Hollywood Palladium

Sun-Nov-19-17 Los Angeles, CA
Hollywood Palladium

Mon-Nov-20-17 Los Angeles, CA
Hollywood Palladium

Tue-Nov-21-17 Los Angeles, CA
Hollywood Palladium

Sat-Dec-02-17 Montreal, QC
Place Bell Arena

Sun-Dec-03-17 Toronto, ON
Air Canada Centre

Tue-Dec-05-17 Philadelphia, PA
The Fillmore

Wed-Dec-06-17 Philadelphia, PA
The Fillmore

Fri-Dec-08-17 Boston, MA
Agganis Arena

Mon-Dec-11-17 Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn Steel

Tue-Dec-12-17 Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn Steel

Thu-Dec-14-17 Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn Steel

Fri-Dec-15-17 Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn Steel

Sun-Dec-17-17 Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn Steel

Mon-Dec-18-17 Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn Steel

Tues-Dec-19-17 Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn Steel

Thu-Dec-21-17 Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn Steel

Fri-Dec-22-17 Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn Steel

Sat-Dec-23-17 Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn Steel

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