NASA announce first North American tour

They'll hit the road in February

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NASA (North America/South America) have announced the dates of their first North American tour.

The duo, comprising Squeak E Clean and DJ Zegon, will be supporting their highly anticipated debut album featuring artists including Kanye West, MIA, Tom Waits, Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Karen O and David Byrne.

The tour is set to kick off on February 26 in San Diego. The band will then play dates in cities including San Francisco, Portland, Chicago, Montreal and New York, before wrapping up the jaunt on March 14 in Washington DC.

The tour dates are:

San Diego, CA Casbah (February 26)
San Francisco, CA Mezzanine Noise Pop (28)
Portland, OR Holocene (March 2)
Seattle, WA Nectar (3)
Minneapolis, MN Triple Rock (6)
Chicago, IL Abbey Pub (7)
Toronto, Ontario El Macombo (9)
Montreal, Quebec La Sala Rosa (10)
Boston, MA Harper's Ferry (11)
New York, NY Le Poisson Rouge (12)
Philadelphia, PA Barbary (13)
Washington, DC Rock N Roll Hotel (14)

The new album, 'The Spirit of Apollo', is due out in the US February 17.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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