Dragons Of Zynth, Mistakes for Club NME NYC tomorrow night

TV On The Radio pals gear up for release of ‘Coronation Thieves’

Dragons Of Zynth, Mistakes for Club NME NYC tomorrow night
Dragons Of Zynth are set to headline Club NME New York City with Fred Perry Subculture at Annex tomorrow night (September 13).

The Brooklyn-based band will support the release of their forthcoming album ‘Coronation Thieves’, which was co-produced by TV On The Radio man Dave Sitek and is set for an October 2 release.

The band have received much acclaim for their live show, which has seen them open for acts such as TV On The Radio, Modest Mouse and Television.

The album tracklisting is:

‘War Lover’
‘Get Off’
‘Who Rise Above’
‘Take It To Ride’
‘Funky Genius’
‘Anna Mae’
‘Rockin’ Star’
‘Labor Day Lung’

Brooklyn band Mistakes will open on the night, playing their last ever show together as a band.

Mistakes take to the stage at 10pm.

Club NME New York City with Fred Perry Subculture takes place every Thursday at The Annex, 152 Orchard St.

--By our New York staff.
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