The band prepare for V2001 and Glasgow Green with a show in Aberdeen...
IDLEWILD have announced a low-key warm-up date in Scotland for their forthcoming UK festival appearances.
The band, who have been recording tracks in the UK and New York for the follow-up to ‘100 Broken Windows’, are to play at Aberdeen Lemon Tree on August 16.
They then appear at V2001 at Staffordshire and Chelmsford on August 18 and 19 respectively, and Glasgow Gig On The Green on August 26, where they headline the second stage.
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Prior to that, they return to the US for their third tour this year. Dates for the headline tour have not yet been confirmed.
According to the band’s official website, www.idlewild.co.uk, they have now recorded a total of nine songs for their as-yet untitled new album. As previously reported on NME.COM, the Scots quartet have spent a week working with Patti Smith guitarist Lenny Kaye at Magic Shop studios in New York. Kaye’s previous production credits include ‘Hips And Makers’ by Kristin Hersh.
Following their festival appearances, they return to the studio to complete the album, and it is slated for release early next year.