Bloc Party announce US tour dates

Live shows announced for July

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Bloc Party have announced a number of US live dates in July.

As previously reported on NME.com the band have spent the past few weeks demoing songs in London with producer Jacknife Lee.

New tracks include ’Hunting For Witches’,’Waiting For The 7.18’,’Kreuzberg’,’Cruel’,’Merge On The Freeway’ and ’Machines’.

The US dates are:

Boston Bank Pavilion(28)
Brooklyn McCarran Pool (29)
Anaheim The Grove (August 1)
Berkeley Greek Theatre(3)
Berkeley Greek Theatre(4)
San Diego Street Scene Festival(5)
Mexico City MEX(8)
Houston Warehouse Live(9)
Austin Stubbs BBQ(10)

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