Crystal Castles plot US summer tour

Canadian duo will hit the road next month

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Crystal Castles have announced the dates of a US tour this summer.

The Canadian electro duo will kick things off in Seattle on June 7 and play dates in cities including Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago and New York before concluding the tour at Philadlphia's Popped! Festival on June 21.

The band are supporting their self-titled debut album, which came out in March.

The tour dates are:

Seattle, WA Nectar (June 7)
Portland, OR Backspace (9)
San Francisco, CA The Independent (10)
Los Angeles, CA The Roxy (11)
San Diego, CA Casbah (12)
Phoenix, AZ Modified Arts (13)
Albuquerque, AZ Launchpad (15)
Denver, CO Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom (16)
Chicago, IL Double Door (18)
New York, NY Studio B (19)
Philadelphia, PA Popped! Festival (21)

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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