Maximo Park to tour North America

They will return to the US and Canada after Leeds and Reading

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Maximo Park are set to return to the US and Canada this fall, with a string of shows to promote their new album.

The dates, which kick off September 6 in Seattle, WA at the Bumbershoot Festival, will support the release of new LP 'Quicken The Heart', which comes out May 12 in the US.

The dates are:

Seattle, WA Bumbershoot Festival (September 6)
Vancouver, British Columbia Richard's on Richards (7)
Portland, OR Berbati’s Pan (8)
San Francisco, CA Grand Ballroom (10)
Los Angeles, CA Avalon (11)
San Diego, CA House of Blues (12)
Denver, CO Bluebird Theater (14)
Minneapolis, MN Fine Line Music Café (16)
Chicago, IL Metro (17)
Toronto, Ontario Lee's Place (18)
Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club (20)
New York, NY Webster Hall (21)
Philadelphia, PA World Café Live (24)
Washington, DC Black Cat (25)

--By our New York staff.
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