The Dodos add dates to summer tour

They also ready new album

The Dodos add dates to summer tour
The Dodos have added a handful of dates to their world tour this summer.

Kicking things off at the Northside Festival in Brooklyn, New York the band will perform at several European festivals throughout the summer, as previously reported.

They've also added a Los Angeles date at the Getty Museum on August 8, a show in Seattle on August 14, and an appearance at San Francisco's Outside Lands on August 29.

After touring in the UK and Europe, they'll return Stateside to wrap things up at Austin City Limits on October 4.

Meanwhile, the band have announced that they are working on a follow-up to 2008's 'Visitor' at a studio near Seattle with producer Phil Ek. They are aiming to release the new album in September.

The US tour dates are:

Brooklyn, NY Northside Festival (June 14)
Los Angeles, CA Getty Museum (August 8)
Seattle, WA KEXP Mural Amphitheater Summer Series (14)
Outside San Francisco, CA Lands Festival (29)
Austin, TX Austin City Limits (October 4)


--By our Los Angeles staff.
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