June 19, 2009 18:39

La Roux announce North American tour

Outing kicks off on July 22 in San Francisco

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La Roux have announced a tour of North America, scheduled to kick off on July 22 in San Francisco.

The band are gearing up for the US release of their self-titled debut album, set to come out on September 29.

The duo's tour will support the release of the 'Bulletproof' EP, which is out on July 21.

The dates are:

San Francisco, CA Café Du Nord (July 22)
Los Angeles, CA The Troubadour (24)
Vancouver, BC Biltmore (27)
Seattle, WA Chop Suey (28)
Toronto, ON El Mocambo (31)
Montreal, QC Osheaga Festival (August 1)
New York, NY All Points West Festival (2)
Chicago, IL Lollapalooza (7)

--By our New York staff.
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