February 3, 2009 2:06

Of Montreal plan spring US tour

They also ready split 7

Of Montreal plan spring US tour
Of Montreal have announced the dates of a US tour this spring.

After playing dates in California and Hawaii later this month and then heading to Australia and Japan, the band will return to the US for a series of shows, including three nights at New York's Music Hall of Williamsburg.

Kevin Barnes and company will play dates in cities including Baltimore, Boston and Philadelphia before wrapping things up at the Norman Music Festival in Norman, Oklahoma on April 25.

In addition, the band have announced that they will be releasing a split 7" single, which is scheduled for a May release as part of Athens label Happy Happy Birthday to Me Records’ singles club. It will also feature a recording by James Husband, the side project of Jamey Huggins III, Of Montreal's multi-instrumentalist.

The US tour dates are:

Pomona, CA The Glasshouse (19)
Honolulu, HI Loft Gallery & Lounge (21)
Carrboro, NC Cat's Cradle
Baltimore, MD Sonar
New York, NY Music Hall of Williamsburg (15-17)
New Haven, CT Toad's Place
Boston, MA Paradise (20, 21)
Philadelphia, PA Trocadero (22)
Covington, KY Madison Theater (23)
Columbia, MO The Blue Note (24)
Norman, OK Norman Music Festival (25)

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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