June 4, 2010 23:26

Yeasayer announce US tour details

Brooklyn-based group will hit the road in September

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Yeasayer have announced details of an upcoming tour of the US.

Playing in support of their latest album 'Odd Blood', which was released earlier this year, the Brooklyn-based group will begin the gig-run in Millvale, Pennsylvania on September 28.

Prior to the jaunt, the band are set to play three headline shows in the UK in July, before appearing at a series of festivals including T In The Park, Reading and Leeds, Oxegen and Lovebox.

Yeasayer will play the following dates:

Millvale, PA Mr Smalls Theatre (September 28)
Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall (29)
Bloomington, IN Bluebird Nightclub (30)
Nashville, TN Cannery Ballroom (October 1)
Atlanta, GA Masquerade (2)
St Petersburg, FL State Theatre (4)
Miami, FL Fillmore (5)
Orlando, FL Club Firestone (7)
Tallahassee, FL Union Green (8)
New Orleans, LA House Of Blues (9)
Austin, TX Austin City Limits (10)

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