Richmond Fontaine announce new album and tour

Band set for UK shows in September

Richmond Fontaine announce new album and tour
Richmond Fontaine have announced that they will release their eighth studio album on August 17.

'We Used To Think The Freeway Sounded Like A River' follows 2007’s 'Thirteen Cities' and will be preceded the single 'You Can Move Back Here', set for release on July 20.

The tracklisting of 'We Used To Think The Freeway Sounded Like A River' will be:

'We Used To Think The Freeway Sounded Like a River'
'Northwest'
'You Can Move Back Here'
'The Boyfriends'
'The Pull'
'Sitting Outside my Dad's Old House'
'Maybe We Were Both Born Blue'
'Watch Out'
'43'
'Lonnie'
'Ruby And Lou'
'Walking Back To Our Place At 3am'
'Two Alone'
'A Letter To The Patron Saint of Nurses'


The band will also embark on a UK tour this September.

Richmond Fontaine will play:

Leicester Musician (September 7)
Newcastle The Cluny (8)
Glasgow Stereo (9)
Leeds New Roscoe (10)
North York Moors Band Room (11)
Bedford Civic (12)
Bristol St Bonaventures (14)
Nottingham Maze (15)
Manchester Academy 3 (16)
London Garage (17)


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