Art Brut announce LA residency

They'll play at Spaceland next month

Art Brut announce LA residency
Art Brut have announced that they will play a four-night residency in Los Angeles next month.

The English band are set to perform four nights in a row, June 16-19, at Spaceland, home to Club NME Los Angeles. They are supporting their most recent album, 'Art Brut vs Satan', which was produced by Pixies legend Black Francis.

They are also set to play June residencies at New York's Mercury Lounge and Chicago's Schubas Tavern, as previously reported.

The tour dates are:

New York, NY Mercury Lounge (June 1-5)
Philadelphia, PA Johnny Brenda's (6)
Chicago, IL Schubas Tavern (9-12)
Seattle, WA Neumos (13)
San Francisco, CA Independent (15)
Los Angeles, CA Spaceland (16-19)

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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