Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan announce debut North American tour details

Pair will begin the 14-date trek on October 13

Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan announce debut North American tour details
Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan have announced details of their first tour of North America.

Beginning in Cambridge, Massachusetts on October 13, the 14-date trek will end in Los Angeles, California on October 29.

The pair are playing in support of their upcoming third album 'Hawk', which will be released in the UK on August 14 and in the US on August 24.

Written, produced and arranged by Campbell, the follow-up to 2008's 'Sunday At Devil Dirt' will also feature Willy Mason, who appears on two songs.

The duo will also perform at Glasgow's ABC on September 8 and at London's Barbican on September 10.

Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan will play the following dates:

Cambridge, MA The Middle East Café (October 13)
Philadelphia, PA Johnny Brenda's (14)
Washington, DC Rock N Roll Hotel (15)
New York, NY Bowery Ballroom (16)
Brooklyn, NY Music Hall Of Williamsburg (17)
Montreal, QC Cabaret (19)
Toronto, ON Mod Club (20)
Columbus, OH Wexner Center (21)
Chicago, IL Lincoln Hall (22)
Minneapolis, MN Cedar Cultural Center (23)
Seattle, WA Neumos (26)
Portland, OR Doug Fir (27)
San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall (28)
Los Angeles, CA El Rey (29)

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