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Stream The Coup's First Album In Six Years, 'Sorry To Bother You'

It's hard to believe it's been an entire presidential cycle since we've heard the political rap sytlings of the Coup. In 2006, they were pleading, "baby, let's have a baby before Bush do somethin' crazy" on their album Pick A Bigger Weapon, and on Oct. 30, the Oakland group will return with Sorry To Bother You (via Anti-). The record finds them once again integrating their kitchen-sink musical approach with their leftist lyrics, making for a song cycle that makes you laugh and think. Below, you can stream the album and check out upcoming tour dates. [AV Club]

11. 15—Bob White Theater—Portland, Oregon
11. 16—Wild Buffalo—Bellingham, Washington
11. 17—Crocodile—Seattle, Washington
11. 18—Club 9ONE9—Victoria, British Columbia
11. 20—Zebra Cocktail Lounge—Bozeman, Montana
11. 21—The State Room—Salt Lake City, Utah
11. 23—Three20South—Breckenridge, Colorado
11. 24—Summit—Denver, Colorado
11. 25—Hodis—Ft. Collins, Colorado
11. 27—The Cabooze—Minneapolis, Minnesota
11. 28—The Majestic—Madison, Wisconsin
11. 29—The Bluebird—Bloomington, Indiana
11. 30—Mayne Stage—Chicago, Illinois
12. 1—Pyramid Scheme—Grand Rapids, Michigan
12. 2—Beachland Ballroom—Cleveland, Ohio
12. 3—20th Century Theatre—Cincinnati, Ohio
12. 4—Westcott Theater—Syracuse, New York
12. 5—Middle East—Boston, Massachusetts
12. 6—Bowery Ballroom—New York, New York
12. 7—Underground Arts—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
12. 8—Soundstage—Baltimore, Maryland

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