Art Brut announce autumn tour of North America

Eddie Argos and co to hit the road soon

Art Brut announce autumn tour of North America
Art Brut have announced the dates for their upcoming autumn tour.

Following a support slot with the Pixies at the O2 Academy Brixton on October 8 – singer Frank Black produced the London band's last album – Eddie Argos and co will head to North America for 26 dates.

Art Brut will play:

Strasbourg, Ososphere (September 25)
London, O2 Academy Brixton (October 8)
Cambridge, Middle East (16)
Hoboken, Maxwells (17)
Washington DC, Black Cat (18)
Carrboro, Cats Cradle (19)
Tallahassee, The Earl Atlanta (20)
Birmingham, The Bottletree (22)
Baton Rouge, Spanish Moon (23)
Houston, Walters On (24)
Austin, The Mowhawk (25)
Tucson, Club Congress (27)
San Diego, Casbah (28)
Pomona, Glass House (29)
San Francisco, Cafe Du Nord (30)
Portland, Holocene (November 1)
Seattle, Neumos (2)
Vancouver, The Biltmore (3)
Idaho, Neurolux Boise (4)
Salt Lake City, Urban Lounge (5)
Denver, Bluebird (6)
Omaha, Slowdown (8)
Minneapolis, Triple Rock (9)
Chicago, Lincoln Hall (10)
Philadelphia, First Unitarian Church (12)
New York, Brooklyn Bowl (13)
Baltimore, Ottobar (14)
New York, Bowery Ballroom (15)

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