Dirty Projectors announce mini UK tour for October – ticket details

The band release their sixth album 'Swing Lo Magellan' on July 6

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Photo: Jason Frank Rothenber/Press
Dirty Projectors are set to play a trio of UK dates this autumn.

The band will play Manchester's Central Methodist Hall on October 14, following it up with shows at Glasgow's Arches (15) and London's Roundhouse (17). The dates make up part of a wider European tour.

Dirty Projectors will release their sixth album, 'Swing Lo Magellan', on July 6. The LP follows 2009's 'Bitte Orca' and was recorded in Delaware County in New York. The experimental indie act's leader David Longstreth produced 70 new songs for the album, however, only 12 have made the final cut. "It's an album of songs, an album of songwriting," says Longstreth of the LP.

Longstreth, Amber Coffman (vocals/guitar), Nat Baldwin (bass), Brian McOmber (drums) and Haley Dekle (vocals) are streaming album track 'Gun Has No Trigger' at Dirtyprojectors.net.

Dirty Projectors play:

Manchester Central Methodist Hall (October 14)
Glasgow The Arches (15)
London The Roundhouse (17)


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

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