Beirut announce new album plus UK shows - ticket details

'The Rip Tide' is released this summer

Beirut announce new album plus UK shows - ticket details

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Beirut have announced details of a new album for release this summer.

The US electronic-folk outfit will release 'The Rip Tide' on August 29. The record marks their first new material since 'March Of The Zapotec' four years ago.

The album will feature the tracks 'East Harlem' and 'Goshen' from the band’s current limited-edition EP. You can listen to 'East Harlem' on the Soundcloud player below.

Beirut - East Harlem by Revolver USA



The album is being released internationally on the band's own Pompeii Records, which is owned wholly by lynchpin Zachary Francis Condon, over which he maintains complete creative control.

The full tracklisting for 'The Rip Tide' is:

'A Candle’s Fire'
'Santa Fe'
'East Harlem'
'Goshen'
'Payne’s Bay'
'The Rip Tide'
'Vagabond'
'The Peacock'
'Port Of Call'


Meanwhile, Beirut will be playing the following shows in the UK and Ireland, including headline dates in London and Manchester:

London Hyde Park, with Arcade Fire (June 30)
End Of The Road Festival, Dorset (September 2)
Electric Picnic Festival, Stradballyr, Ireland (4)
Manchester Academy (6)
London O2 Academy Brixton (16)


To check the availability of Beirut tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.



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