Deerhoof Announce ‘Breakup Song’ LP, Fall Tour

     

    Everyone’s favorite west coast art-poppers have just revealed that they’re coming out with a new album–and soon. The enigmatic and prolific Deerhoof will release their next LP Breakup Song in just over a month on September 4.

    To tease the new album, Deerhoof opted out of the typical trailer video route and instead put up an interactive Flash app on their website called the “Jingletron.” Put a virtual token into the virtual machine and you’ll be rewarded with clips from the band’s newest songs. 

    You can pre-order Breakup Song from Polyvinyl Records now. Check out the album’s track list below:

    1. Breakup Songs
    2. There’s That Grin
    3. Bad Kids to the Front
    4. Zero Seconds Pause
    5. Mothball the Fleet
    6. Flower
    7. To Fly or Not to Fly
    8. The Trouble With Candyhands
    9. We Do Parties
    10. Mario’s Flaming Whiskers III
    11. Fête d’Adieu

    Deerhoof have also announced a slew of fall tour dates culminating with their ATP performance. Check them out:

     

    09.05 Washington, DC: The Black Cat
    09.06 Raleigh, NC: Hopscotch Festival @ Memorial Auditorium
    09.17 Brooklyn, NY: Music Hall of Williamsburg
    09.18 Cambridge, MA: The Middle East
    09.19 Montreal, Quebec: Pop Montreal @ Cabaret Du Mile End
    09.21 Lexington, KY: Boomslang Festival @ Cosmic Charlie’s
    09.22 Chicago, IL: Schubas Tavern (early)
    09.22 Chicago, IL: Schubas Tavern (late)
    09.23 Minneapolis, MN: The Brick
    09.24 Omaha, NE: The Waiting Room
    09.25 Denver, CO: The Hi Dive
    09.27 Garden City, ID: Visual Arts Collective
    09.28 Seattle, WA: The Vera Project
    09.29 Portland, OR: Branx
    09.30 Arcata, CA: The Depot @ Humboldt State University
    10.01 San Francisco, CA: Slim’s
    10.02 Los Angeles, CA: The Echoplex
    11.03 Dallas, TX: Prophet Bar
    11.04 Austin, TX: Fun Fun Fun Fest
    11.05 Houston, TX: Walter’s
    11.06 Baton Rouge, LA: Spanish Moon
    11.07 Mobile, AL: Alabama Music Box
    11.08 Tallahassee, FL: Club Downunder
    11.09 Orlando, FL: Accidental Music Festival @ the Plaza Live
    11.10 Athens, GA: 40 Watt Club
    11.12 Richmond, VA: The National
    11.13 Baltimore, MD: Ottobar
    12.09 Camber Sands, England: Camber Sands Holiday Camp (All Tomorrow’s Parties)