Clap Your Hands Say Yeah reveal US tour

The indie experimentalists line up American jaunt

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah reveal US tour
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah have announced a spring US tour.

The jaunt, in support of the Brooklyn group’s second album ‘Some Loud Thunder’, spans the east of the US, and is set to take place in April.

Two Canadian dates have also been scheduled in Montreal and Toronto.

The full tour is as follows:

Providence Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel (April 10)
Northampton Pearl Street Night Club (11)
Burlington Higher Ground (12)
Montreal Metropolis (13)
Toronto Kool Haus (14)
Buffalo Town Ballroom (15)
Nashville Cannery Ballroom (17)
Atlanta Variety Playhouse (18)
Athens 40 Watt (19)
Jacksonville Freebird (20)
Orlando Firestone (21)
Fort Lauderdale Revolution (22)
New Orleans Republic (24)
Houston Warehouse Live (26)
Dallas Granada Theatre (27)
Austin Stubb's BBQ (28)

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