(we're very hopeful the entire band will be in focus when they're on national television)
You might recall a few months ago a wide-ranging conversation Marc Maron had with Josh Homme --- if not, you can find it here. Either way, on tomorrow's edition of Marc's WTF, his featured guest is Stephen Malkmus. Good thing they'll be getting into some intense subject matter as the latter is unlikely to receive any couch time when the Jicks appear on CBS' "The Late Show With David Letterman" on Monday, May 19 (see how I slipped that in there?)
New shows have been announced for Majical Cloudz, including two special events at The Studio at Webster Hall. The first one is this Sunday, May 4th, which will be the book launch from 'You Can Make Anything Sad' by Spencer Madsen. There will also be a reading from Das Racist's Kool A.D. and Mira Gonzalez. Tickets here: http://mata.do/1lOZ4fz.
The second show at The Studio at Webster Hall will be on June 6th with Dutch E Germ. The show will be the first of a new series hosted by Pickfork called Nightcap. Nightcap will also have shows in Chicago, Portland (Oregon), Seattle, San Francisco and New Orleans. Read more about the series here. Tickets for the the first Nightcap go on sale Friday, May 2 at 10 am Eastern time. Tickets are $15 and the show is 21+. Doors are at 10pm.
Full list of upcoming shows:
5/4 - Marlin Room at Webster Hall New York, NY
5/29 - Primavera (Main Show)
5/30 - Primavera (Additional Show)
6/6 - Pitchfork Nightcap @ Webster Hall, NY
6/14 - Sonar Festival
7/11 - The Hudson Project, NY
7/19 - TiME Festival, Toronto
7/20 - Pitchfork Festival, Chicago, IL
7/26 - Hillside Festival, Guelph, ON
(photo by Brendan George Ko)
Earlier this morning, “Led By Hand”, the 2nd song leaked/dropped etc. from Fucked Up's upcoming 'Glass Boys' LP/CD/digital album ---the band's 4th full-length and the eagerly anticipated followup to 2011’s 'David Comes To Life' --- was posted to the band's site. You can obtain an MP3 download of the song by following Fucked Up's frantic-yet-highly-insightful Twitter account (@fuckedup). Featuring a vocal cameo by J Mascis, "Led By Hand" is another taste of what caused one (highly) seasoned observer to say, "where previous albums fucked with your head, 'Glass Boys' fucks with your heart."
To which I can only add, I think this one fucks with your head, too.
Order 'Glass Boys' in the format of your choice with a limited edition tote bag, available exclusively from The Matador Store.
Preorder from iTunes (includes an instant download of "Paper The House")
('Glass Boys' will be available in Canada via Arts & Crafts)
Fucked Up - Twitter http://www.twitter.com/fuckedup
Looking For Gold
Tour dates after the jump :
05/18/14 Asbury Park, NJ Skate and Surf Festival
06/06/14 New York, NY Bowery Ballroom SOLD OUT
06/08/14 Toronto, ON Field Trip Festival
06/13/14 Sonnenberg BSIDES Festival Switzerland
06/14/14 Brussels Salle Rogier Belgium
06/15/14 Manchester Gorilla United Kingdom
06/16/14 Newcastle The Cluny United Kingdom
06/17/14 Leeds Belgrave United Kingdom
06/18/14 London Koko United Kingdom
(6/15-18 w/ CEREBRAL BALLZY, LOWER)
06/19/14 Paris Point Ephemere France
06/20/14 Eichenring Hurricane Festival Germany
06/21/14 Tuttlingen Southside Festival Germany
06/22/14 Hilvarenbeek Best Kept Secret Festival Netherlands
07/02/14 Philadelphia, PA Morgan's Pier
07/03/14 Washington, DC Rock and Roll Hotel*
07/04/14 Richmond, VA Strange Matter*
07/05/15 Raleigh, NC Kings Barcade*
07/06/14 Atlanta, GA Mammal Gallery*
07/07/14 Nashville, TN Exit/In*
07/08/14 St Louis, MO Luminary Arts
07/10/14 Chicago, IL Bottom Lounge
07/11/14 Detroit, MI Loving Touch
07/18/14 Pemberton, BC Pemberton Festival Canada
08/09/14 Montreal, QC Heavy Montreal Canada
08/15/14 Vancouver, BC Fortune Sound Club**
08/16/14 Seattle, WA Neumos**
08/17/14 Portland, OR Music Fest NW**
08/19/14 San Francisco, CA The Independent**
0/8/20/14 Ventura, CA The Garage**
0/8/22/14 Pomona, CA Glasshouse**
08/23/14 San Diego, CA Casbah**
* - with Weed
** - with Tijuana Panthers
There's nothing British people like more than complaining about the weather. Or when we do finally (hopefully) get a vitamin D boost, spending our time indoors at a summer festival - which is where we'll be catching the newly announced Lower and Perfume Genius sets on August 2nd in London for Visions Festival 2014, the re-vamped Radfest.
Tickets are on sale now for the multi-venue East London all-dayer: http://visionsfestival.com/tickets.
Also see Perfume Genius at:
June 21-22, 2014 - Hostess Club Weekender – Tokyo, Japan (Tickets)
August 1-3, 2014 – OFF Festival – Katowice, Poland (Tickets)
August 29 – 31, 2014 – End Of The Road Festival – Wiltshire, UK (Tickets)
Hang out with Lower when they play:
Thurs. May 1 – Sun. May 4 – SPOT Festival – Aarhus, DK
Fri. May 16 – Sat. May 17 – The Church On York – Los Angeles, CA (with Iceage, Puce Mary, Sexdrome)
Sun. May 18 – Wall Street – Phoenix, AZ
Mon. May 19 – Soda Bar – San Diego, CA
Tue. May 20 – Holland Project – Reno, NV
Wed. May 21 – Hemlock Tavern, San Francisco, CA
Thu. May 22 – 1234 Go! – Oakland, CA
Fri. May 23 – Munoz Boxing Gym – Bakersfield, CA
Sat. May 24 – E 7th Street – Los Angeles, CA
Tue. May 27 – Cafe Nine – New Haven, CT
Wed. May 28 – Home Sweet Home (Nothing Changes) – New York, NY
Thu. May 29 – Golden Tea House – Philadelphia, CA
Fri. May 30 – Acheron – Brooklyn, NY
Tue. June 10 – Point Ephemere – Paris, FR (with Merchandise)
Sun. June 15 – Gorilla – Manchester, UK (with Fucked Up)
Mon. June 16 – The Cluny – Newcastle, UK (with Fucked Up)
Tue. June 17 – Belgrave – Leeds, UK (with Fucked Up)
Wed. June 18 – Koko – London, UK (with Fucked Up)
These meatballs were prepared via a hard-to-find and fairly unusual recipe from Il Casale in Belmont, Massachusetts. I will post the recipe later - suffice it to say that they are the ur-meatballs.
1) In 2000, the sleeve to Yo La Tengo's cover of George McRae's "You Can Have It All" featured an at-the-time struggling NYC model-slash-actress, Amy Poehler, previously best known for her work on an obscure basic-cable comedy program. Shortly after the release of this chart-topping single, she became a regular cast member on "Saturday Night Live" and has appeared in such Palme d'Or winners as "Deuce Bigelow : Male Gigolo" and "Mr. Woodcock".
Cynics might say Yo La Tengo inclusion on tonight's "Parks & Rec" is Ms. Poehler's way of returning the favor. And that's how cynics are, always looking for some shitty reason to diminish any sort of achievement.
2) "Parks & Recreation" co-creator Michael Schurr is one of the founders/main minds behind Fire Joe Morgan. Yo La Tengo's name is said to have something or other to do with baseball. Ask someone who likes sports, we're a record label.
3) Popular recording artists are frequently asked to appear on television programs (eg. Roger Miller in "Quincy, M.E."'s "On Dying High", Dave Navarro's sporadic appearances in "Sons of Anarchy").
Glad I could clear that up for everyone.
Get your tickets on the official website and for more info take a look at:
Here are the rest of the dates and venues to catch Kurt the rest of the summer:
Friday 23 KIngston, NY, US BSP Kingston
Saturday 24 Northampton, MA, US Pearl Street Nightclub
Sunday 25 Boston, MA, US Boston Calling Festival
Monday 26 Montreal, QC Corona Theatre
Wednesday 28 Toronto, ON, CA The Phoenix
Friday 30 Nelsonville, OH, US Nelsonville Music Festival
Saturday 31 York, PA, US Capitol Theatre
Monday 02 New Haven, CT, US Toads Place
Friday 06 New York , NY, US Governor’s Ball
Saturday 07 New York, NY, US Governors Ball
Sunday 08 New York, NY, US Governors Ball
Friday 04 Seattle/George, WA Sasquatch Music Festival
Thursday 10 Keflavik, IK ATP Iceland
Friday 25 Philadelphia, PA Mann Center for The Arts
Wednesday 6 Nürnberg, Germany, K4
Thursday 7 Haldern, Germany, Haldern Pop
Friday 8 Castelbuono/Sicily, Italy, Ypsigrock
Friday 15 Hasselt, Belgium, Pukkelpop
Tuesday 19 Amsterdam, Netherlands, Paradiso
Thursday 14 StMalo, FR La Route Du Rock
Saturday 16 London, UK Jebberwocky
Sunday 17 Glanusk, GB Green man Festival
Wednesday 20 Zurich, CH Rote Fabrik
Friday 22 Bilbao, ES Kafe Antzokia
Sunday 24 Madrid, ES Joy
Monday 25 Barcelona, ES Apolo
If you are at the festival, but sure to catch Queens of the Stone Age tomorrow, April 19th, at 9:35pm PST on the Coachella Stage and DARKSIDE in the aptly-named Gobi tent after at 10:50pm PST. If you are anywhere but Indio this weekend, you can watch many performances (including QOTSA) on AXS TV here (please check local listings) or watch it on your computer at AXS.tv.
The full schedule for the festival can be found here and a map here.
Pictures from Coachella Weekend 1:
QOTSA Photo by: Kevin Winter
As for the workers and patrons at what I’m told are “independent music shops” (sounds pretty quaint, right?) it seems the event is not without controversy. On one hand, there’s the perennial complaints about flippers, price gougers and most worryingly, the difficulty actual-functioning-in-2014 bands and labels are having getting their spring titles manufactured anywhere near mid-April. And on the other hand, there’s the opportunity for music lovers to snatch up such quality items as the Cake box set, the “Ghostbusters” 10” or a long overdue Roxette reissue.
All of that said, no matter
Directed by: Giorgio Testi (http://www.pulsefilms.com/)
Sound by: Johnny Hostile
"Fuckers" / "Dream Baby Dream" 12" (w/ digital download) out May 5 in the UK and Europe and May 6 in North America via Matador/Pop Noire.
More on this release here.
Here is a new episode of Jehnny Beth's radio show presenting some of the bands performing on the upcoming Savages-curated Pop Noire nights at Shacklewell Arms (May 5th) and Birthdays (May 6th) and concentrating on music she has been discovering while on tour.
YLT'S IRA KAPLAN & GEORGIA HUBLEY ARE ON KLRU'S "OVERHEARD" WITH EVAN SMITH TONIGHT, PERFORMING "THE LOVE SONG OF R. BUCKMINSTER FULLER" LIVE IN AUSTIN 4/17
Austin's KLRU is hosting Yo La Tengo's Ira Kaplan and Georgia Hubley TONIGHT on "Overheard" with Evan Smith. Please note that this event is free, but RSVP is required. In the event page here, you can do just that.
Map and directions to KLRU here.
The band is in town to perform "The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller" as a collaboration with filmmaker Sam Green. Love song premiered in 2012 at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art as part of the San Francisco International Film Festival. This revival will be in Austin for only one night and two performances on April 17th.
"Love Song examines Fuller’s remarkable life as a visionary architect, designer, and social critic, most famous for his creation of the geodesic dome. Green draws heavily from the Fuller archive at Stanford, an astonishing collection of notes, letters, blueprints, photographs, films, and ephemera that contains a wonderful record of the utopian thinker and creator’s massive body of work. Yo La Tengo’s eclectic indie rock provides live musical accompaniment to the film and Green’s live narration."
More information about this event can be found here.
Ticket links: 7PM / 9PM
Lots going on in the Queens of the Stone Age world... Last week, the official music video for "Smooth Sailing" hit the internet (warning all of the dangers of karaoke). Last Saturday, the band took to their natural habitat to play the first weekend of Coachella. You can stream the full set here. Now time for the NEW news: This week Josh Homme guest stars on Portlandia. The episode airs in full on IFC this Thursday, April 17th at 10/9c.
"The Queens of the Stone Age frontman has many talents in life, but on Portlandia, he is a very disappointing gay man. He doesn’t dabble in home decorating, he doesn’t give unsolicited fashion advice, and he and his boyfriend are total slobs. In fact, they like to do Jaegerbombs for breakfast instead of drinking heart-healthy kale smoothies. What gives?
Watch this new clip from Portlandia and see just how disappointing Josh Homme is when it comes to living up to stereotypes."
More on the episode and show here.
There's probably a terrific excuse why we didn't post this clip of The Jicks performing "Chartjunk" from January's 'Wigout At Jagbags' at Minnesota Public Radio's The Current. SXSW hangover, tension over Crimea, Heartbleed virius, momentary depression over Letterman quitting, euphoria over Nardwuar getting Letterman's gig...take your pick. The important thing is, this huge oversight has been corrected.
At least one cultural observer has deemed Coachella 2014, "A Scenester Nightmare Hellscape", which is one hell of a terrible thing to say about something that isn't even affiliated with SXSW. For those of us who aren't in the midst of the festivities in Indio, CA, however, it's a decidedly non-nightmarish scenario, particularly the part where we can skip the majority of bands prior to booting up QOTSA's home-court-advantage Saturday night set on the big screen or mobile device of our choice.
The first weekend of Coachella 2014 is underway! Catch Queens of the Stone Age TONIGHT, April 12th, at 9:40pm PST on the Coachella Stage and then RUN over to Gobi to catch DARKSIDE at 10:50pm PST. Portions of the festival are streaming live on YouTube, including tonight's QOTSA set.
The full schedule for the festival can be found here and a map here.
Having aired new material recently at SXSW ("The minimalist and aggressively electronic-driven track was harder, weirder, and darker than anything we've heard from him yet. Will Perfume Genius make his Yeezus in 2014? Let us pray." said Pitchfork ), Mike takes the show on the road for a newly announced Japanese date in addition to the End Of The Road and OFF festivals this August.
The upcoming Perfume Genius shows look like this, with more in the works:
June 21-22, 2014 - Hostess Club Weekender - Tokyo, Japan (Tickets)
August 1-3, 2014 - OFF Festival - Katowice, Poland (Tickets)
August 29 - 31, 2014 - End Of The Road Festival - Wiltshire, UK (Tickets)
As everyone knows, Hoppin' John is a Gullah dish that utilizes all sorts of delicious things. Namely salt pork, red peas (or black eyed peas or cow peas), and rice.
I started off by making my own salt pork. Previously I'd used the wet brine method, but I highly recommend using Aliya Leekong's dry rub method. Since her site is under renovation, I'll summarize it here:
2 lbs pork belly, skin removed (you can leave it on if you like)
3 cups coarse sea salt
2/3 cup light brown sugar (I used white sugar since my brown sugar is hard as a rock)
3 tsp black peppercorns, whole
2 tsp whole coriander
2 garlic cloves, smashed slightly
Rinse pork belly and pat dry with paper towels. Place in non-reactive dish. Combine dry ingredients thoroughly, and use some to coat the pork on all sides. (Rub the whole spices in hard. You want them embedded.) Reserve remainder of dry rub. Place plastic wrap on top of pork in dish, and then weights on top of the plastic wrap, pushing down on the pork (cans of beans are good for this, or canned tomatoes, or whatever you have). Refrigerate for 5 days, removing every 24 hours, tossing any liquid thrown off by the pork, and rubbing with a new measure of dry rub. At the end, rinse off dry rub and wrap pork in cheesecloth. It will keep in fridge for "one month" (i.e. forever, why do you think they salted pork in the first place).
The Lithuanians slice salt pork extremely thin and eat it on dark dense sour black bread spread with butter. The Ukrainians and Belorussians are said to drive for 6 hours or more to taste this delicacy.
On to the Hoppin' John. I used Anson Mills red peas that had been languishing in my freezer. Soaked overnight, then cooked in their cooking liquid. The Anson Mills recipes are way too fussy for my taste and use far too many ingredients, so I turned to the always trusty John Thorne for a recipe.
1 cup red peas, black-eyed peas or cowpeas, soaked overnight in plenty of water and some salt
1 small chunk salt pork, sliced thin and blanched in boiling water for 10 secs (or skip that if you like salt like I do)
1 onion chopped
1 cup raw rice (Carolina please)
1+ hot chile, diced
1 clove garlic, minced
1+ bay leaf
minced fresh parsley
a little thyme
salt & pepper
Boil 5 cups water (ideally the soaking water from the beans, with more added if necessary), add beans ("peas") with bay leaf and simmer for 45 minutes until the beans are soft enough to crush against the roof of your mouth, but not mushy.
Meanwhile, render salt pork in frying pan until crispy. Remove the crispy pork and reserve. Fry onion in the rendered fat (add 1-2 tbs butter if pork hasn't thrown off enough fat) until translucent.
When beans are ready, eyeball the remaining liquid. There should be about 2 1/2 cups in there. If not, add water till you think it's at the right level. Then add salt pork, onions, uncooked rice and all the other seasonings. Bring to a very brief boil then simmer for 20 minutes uncovered. At the end, the liquid should be just about gone and the beans and rice almost or pretty much cooked/perfect. Turn off the heat and let sit for 10 minutes. Serve, with a little extra fresh parsley on top, hot sauce or freshly chopped chiles at the table, cornbread, bitter greens, salad.
Adapted from John Thorne, Serious Pig.
'The Future's Void' was officially released yesterday! Support your local record store OR order 'The Future’s Void' directly from us on CD, Cassette and LP (limited edition lavender vinyl available), and there’s a shirt bundle, too.
The band will be hitting the road later this month. Previously announced dates below:
Thursday April 24 – Washington, DC – Rock & Roll Hotel
Friday April 25 – New York, NY – Mercury Lounge
Saturday April 26 – Philadelphia, PA – Voyeur
Sunday April 27 – Chapel Hill, NC – Local 506
Tuesday April 29 – Atlanta, GA – Drunken Unicorn
Wednesday April 30 – Nashville, TN – The High Watt
Thursday May 1 – St. Louis, MO – Off Broadway
Saturday May 3 – Madison, WI – High Noon Saloon
Sunday May 4 – Chicago, IL – Empty Bottle
Monday May 5 – Detroit, MI – Magic Stick Lounge
Tuesday May 6 – Toronto, ON – Legendary Horseshoe Tavern
Wednesday May 7 – Montreal, QC – Il Motore
Friday May 9 – Brooklyn, NY – Rough Trade
Saturday May 10 – Allston, MA – Great Scott
Saturday, May 17 – Aarhus, Denmark – Pop Revo Festival
Sunday, May 18 – Oslo, Norway – John Dee
Monday, May 19 – Stavanger, Norway – Stavanger Folken
Wednesday, May 21 – Hamburg, Germany – Uebel & Gefährlich
Thursday, May 22 – Koln, Germany – Blue Shell
Friday, May 23 – Berlin, Germany – Prince Charles
Sunday, May 25 – Padova, Italy – Macello
Monday, May 26 – Rome, Italy – Circolo degli Artisti
Tuesday, May 27 – Marina di Ravenna, Italy – Hana Bi
Wednesday, May 28 – Zurich, Switzerland – Bogen
Friday, May 30 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Paradiso
Saturday, May 31 – Mannheim, Germany – Maifeld Derby Festival
Sunday, June 1 – Gent, Belgium – DOK-Box
Monday, June 2 – Paris, France – Le Point Ephemere
Tuesday, June 3 – London, UK – The Garage
Wednesday, June 4 – Manchester, UK – Deaf Institute
Thursday, June 5 – Leeds, UK – Brudnell Social Club
Friday, June 6 – Bristol, UK – The Lantern
Monday June 23 – Boise, ID – The Crux
Tuesday June 24 – Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court
Wednesday June 25 – Denver, CO – Lost Lake
Friday June 27 – Albuquerque, NM – Low Spirits
Saturday June 28 – Phoenix, AZ – The Crescent Ballroom
Sunday June 29 – San Diego, CA – Casbah
Tuesday July 1 – Los Angeles, CA – Troubadour
Wednesday July 2 – San Francisco, CA – The Independent
Downtown Boys support April 24 through May 10
Trust also support on May 4
Mas Ysa supports June 23 – July 2
(Editor's note : if prime spots at Coachella, Primavera and headlining the Reading and Leeds Festivals aren't enough, QOTSA have thrown a video-of-the-year contender into the mix with the new "Smooth Sailing" clip (above). Some have called it a cautionary tale about karaoke as a gateway to all kinds of bad stuff, and since I'm in bed by 9pm every night, I'm just gonna treat this like a very, very short, albeit intense documentary. Enjoy the press release below! - GC)
QUEENS OF THE STONE RELEASE DRINKINGEST, DRUGGIEST, DEATHIEST MINI-MOVIE TO DATE
FALL SOUTH AMERICAN TOUR, SUMMER NORTHEAST & CANADA DATES CONFIRMED
Having returned from a triumphant co-headlining Australia/New Zealand jaunt with NIN, Queens Of The Stone Age have wasted no time in teaming with director Hiro Murai (Childish Gambino, St. Vincent) for the just unveiled cinematic mini-epic for “Smooth Sailing,” the latest single from the hailed, hailed and more hailed international #1 album … Like Clockwork.
The definitely NSFW “Smooth Sailing” follows QOTSA’s Joshua Homme and cohorts on a delirious adventure that blossoms from garden variety drunken shenanigans to possibly the most nightmarishly accurate live action interpretation of a QOTSA song to date, lending a new meaning to 3-D musical cinema—that is, it turns the 3 D’s into Drinking, Drugs and Death.
“Smooth Sailing” can be seen here.
(NOTE : if the YouTube version is blocked in your territory, try this)
In addition to newly announced dates in Montreal, Bangor ME, Port Chester NY and Philadelphia, Queens Of The Stone Age have begun to confirm details of a South America tour for this fall, including stops in Brazil, Argentina, Colombia and Uruguay. For further information, ticketing etc., as always, go to qotsa.com/live
North American, European and South American dates after the jump :
April 10 Reno, NV – Grand Sierra Resort & Casino (tickets)
April 12 Indio, CA – Coachella/SOLD OUT
April 15 Portland, OR – Keller Auditorium/SOLD OUT
April 17 San Francisco, CA – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium (tickets)
April 19 Indio, CA – Coachella/SOLD OUT
May 5 Chicago, IL – Aragon Ballroom (tickets)
May 6 St. Paul, MN – Roy Wilkins Auditorium (tickets)
May 7 Milwaukee, WI – The Riverside Theater (tickets)
May 9 Chicago, IL – Aragon Ballroom/SOLD OUT
May 10 St. Louis, MO – Verizon Wireless Amphitheater (tickets)
May 11 Boone, IA – Central Iowa Expo (tickets)
May 13 Kansas City, MO – Starlight Theatre (tickets)
May 14 Tulsa, OK – Brady Theater (tickets)
May 16-18 Gulf Shore, AL – Hangout Music Fest (tickets)
May 23-25 Quincy, WA – Sasquatch Music Festival (tickets)
July 9 Montreal, QC – Bell Centre (tickets)
July 12 Bangor, ME – Cross Insurance Center (tickets)
July 16 Port Chester, NY – Capitol Theatre (tickets)
July 20 Philadelphia, PA – Skyline Stage at The Mann Center (tickets)
05/29/14: SPAIN Barcelona - Primavera Festival - Tickets
05/30/14: PORTUGAL Lisbon - Rock in Rio @ City of Rock, Bella Vista Park - Tickets
06/01/14: FRANCE Montpellier - Zenith - Tickets
06/02/14: ITALY Bologna - Rock in Idrho - Tickets
06/03/14: ITALY Rome - Rock in Roma @ Ippodromo delle Capannelle Rock - Tickets
06/05/14: SWITZERLAND Crans-pres-Celigny - Caribana Festival - Tickets
06/05-08/14: GERMANY Nürburg - Rock am Ring - Tickets
06/07/14: GERMANY Nuremberg - Rock im Park - Tickets
06/09/14: SLOVENIA Ljubljana - Križanke Monastery - Tickets
06/10/14: CROATIA Zagreb - Zagrebacki Velesajam - Tickets
06/11/14: SERBIA Belgrade - Exit Festival Promo Event, Kalemegdan Fortress - Tickets
06/13/14: POLAND Warsaw - Orange Warsaw Festival, National Stadium - Tickets
06/15/14: DENMARK Aarhus - Northside Festival - Tickets
08/05-09/14: NORWAY Oslo - Oya Festival - Tickets
08/07-09/14: SWEDEN Gothenburg - Way Out West - Tickets
08/09/14: SWITZERLAND Zofingen - Heitere Open Air Festival - Tickets
08/11/14: CZECH REPUBLIC Prague - Lucerna Hall - Tickets
08/12/14: HUNGARY Budapest - Sziget Festival
08/13-16/14: AUSTRIA St Polten - Frequency Festival - Tickets
08/15-17/14: GERMANY Großpösna - Highfield Festival - Tickets
08/16/14: BELGIUM Hasselt - Pukkelpop - Tickets
08/15-17/14: HOLLAND Biddinghuizen - Lowlands Festival - Tickets
08/20/14: UK Belfast - Belsonic @ Custom House Square - Tickets
08/22/14: UK Reading - Reading Festival - Tickets
08/23/14: UK Leeds - Leeds Festival - Tickets
08/24/14: FRANCE Paris - Rock en Seine - Tickets
25 September - Espacio De Americas, Sao Paolo (tickets)
27 September - Pepsi On Stage, Porto Allegre (tickets)
30 September - Las Trastienda Club, Montevideo (tickets)
2 October - Luna Park, Buenos Aires (tickets)
5 October - Moviestar Arena, Santiago (tickets)
7 October - Royal Center, Bogota (tickets)