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The Raveonettes plot North American tour

The Danish duo head out in February

The Raveonettes have announced the dates of a North American tour in support of their latest album ‘Lust Lust Lust’, which is due out in the US on February 19.

After playing a one-off date in New York with Blonde Redhead on January 19, the band will officially kick off their tour in San Diego on February 29.

They’ll then play dates in cities including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland and Vancouver before heading to the east coast. They’ll wrap up the tour in Washington DC on March 29.

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Their jaunt also includes a stop at Austin’s South by Southwest festival in mid-March.

The tour dates are:

New York, NY Terminal 5 (January 19)

San Diego, CA The Casbah (February 29)

Pomona, CA Glasshouse (March 1)

Costa Mesa, CA Detroit Bar (2)

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Los Angeles, CA El Rey Theatre (4)

San Francisco, CA The Independent (5)

Portland, OR Doug Fir Lounge (7)

Vancouver, BC, CAN The Plaza Niteclub (8)

Seattle, WA Neumos (9)

Austin, TX SXSW (12-16)

Minneapolis, MN 7th Street Entry (17)

Chicago, IL Double Door (18)

Detroit, MI Magic Stick (19)

Toroto, ON, CAN Opera House (21)

Montreal, QC, CAN Les Saint (22)

Hoboken, NJ Maxwell’s (23)

Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club (24)

Philadelphia, PA Johnny Brenda’s (27)

Baltimore, MD The Ottobar (28)

Washington, DC Black Cat (29)

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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