Ra Ra Riot reveal new album details

New York rockers sign to Seattle label

Ra Ra Riot reveal new album details
Ra Ra Riot have announced that they will release their debut full-length album via Barsuk Records in the US this summer.

The New York quintet have just signed to the Seattle label, which will put out 'The Rhumb Line' in the US on August 19. They'll subsequently release the album in the UK and Europe via V2 this autumn.

The band have been working on 'The Rhumb Line' with producer Ryan Hadlock (The Gossip, Blonde Redhead), and recently concluded a US tour with The Cribs.

Ra Ra Riot are set to play the following live dates this summer:

Denver, CO Westword Music Festival (June 14)
Milwaukee, WI Summerfest (July 6)
Chicago, IL Wicker Park Festival (26)


--By our Los Angeles staff.
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