Silver Jews Announce Full UK Tour!

David Berman also completes sixth album for June release

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Silver Jews, the US indie band fronted by David Berman have confirmed several UK dates for this Spring.

Following on from the previous announcement that the band are to appear at the Explosions In The Sky – curated All Tomorrow’s Parties Festival in May, the band will now play a full European tour.

The Silver Jews are also set to release new album ‘Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea’, their first new material since 2005’s ‘Tanglewood Numbers’ through Drag City records on June 17.

The new album features Berman’s touring band as well as his wife Cassie.

The ten track album will feature the following tracklisting:

What Is Not But Could Be If
Aloysius, Bluegrass Drummer
Suffering Jukebox
My Pillow Is The Threshold
Strange Victory, Strange Defeat
Open Field
San Francisco B.C.
Candy Jail
Party Barge
We Could Be Looking For The Same Thing


The full European dates are as follows:

Brighton, Concorde 2 (May 7)
Leeds, City Varieties (8)
Glasgow, ABC (9)
Belfast, Black Box (10)
Dundalk, Spirit Store (11)
Cork, Cyprus Avenue (14)
Galway, Roisin Dubh (15)
Dublin, Whelan’s (16)
Explosions In The Sky Vs ATP (May 16-18)
Hamburg, Fabrik (20)
Berlin, Columbia Club (21)
Frankfurt, Brotfabrik (22)
St. Gallen, Palace Theatre (23)
Paris, Point Ephemere (25)
Manchester, The Dancehouse Theatre (27)
Liverpool, Zanzibar (28)
London, Indig02 (29)
Barcelona, Primavera Sound Festival (29-31)

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