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The expanded edition of 'Manners' will be released on April 13

Passion Pit announce deluxe album release and expanded North American tour details

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Passion Pit have announced details of a deluxe edition of their debut album and have added more dates to their upcoming tour of North America.

'Manners' will be reissued on April 13 and will now feature new artwork and three bonus tracks – stripped down versions of album tracks 'Sleepyhead' and 'Moth's Wings', plus a cover of The Cranberries' song 'Dreams'.

Meanwhile, the Massachusetts group have expanded their forthcoming tour of North America. Due to start with an appearance at the Ultra Music Festival on March 26, the band will now also play a series of shows in states such as Texas, Florida and New York.

Passion Pit will play the following:

Miami, FL, Ultra Music Festival (March 26)
Niagara Falls, NY, Rapids Theater (28)
York, PA, Pullo Center (29)
Cleveland, OH, House of Blues (30)
Columbus, OH, LC Pavilion (31)
Chicago, IL, Congress Theatre (April 2)
Milwaukee, WI, Riverside Theatre (3)
Minneapolis, MN, First Avenue (4)
Kansas City, MO, Beaumont Club (5)
Denver, CO, Ogden Theatre (7)
Salt Lake City, UT, In The Venue (8)
Eugene, OR, McDonald Theatre (10)
Vancouver, BC, Commodore Ballroom (11)
Portland, OR, Roseland Theater (12)
Davis, CA, Freeborn Hall (14)
San Francisco, CA, The Warfield Theatre (15)
Indio, CA, Coachella Festival (16)
Chicago, IL, Congress (22)
Knoxville, TN, U of Tennessee (30)
George, WA, Sasquatch Festival (May 31)
Baltimore, MD, Rams Head Live (June 2)
Washington, DC, 9:30 Club (3)
Richmond, VA, The National (8)
Atlanta, GA, The Tabernacle (9)
Orlando, FL, Club At Firestone (12)
Miami Beach, FL, The Fillmore (13)
Tampa, FL, The Ritz Ybor (14)
New Orleans, LA, House of Blues (16)
Houston, TX, Warehouse Live (17)
Austin, TX, Stubb's (18, 19)
Dallas, TX, Palladium Ballroom (21)
St Louis, MO, The Pageant (23)
Royal Oak, MI, Royal Oak Music Theatre (25)
Brooklyn, NY, Prospect Park (29)
New York, NY, Governor's Island (30)


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