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The xx Announce New Album 'Coexist,' Due In September

The xx Announce New Album 'Coexist,' Due In September

After their new tracks trickled out in a tantalising selection of clips garnered from live performances in London, The xx have finally announced the much anticipated follow-up to their 2009 self-titled debut. Coexist will be out on September 11 via Young Turks in the U.S. and September 10 for the rest of the world.

Of the new record the band write, "After a long time on the road, we took a break, created our own studio and wrote these new songs that we're so looking forward to playing to you." Details of the xx’s forthcoming tour dates follow beneath a demo that the band created whilst producing the new album.  

06.08 Turin, Italy: Traffic Festival

06.09 Porto, Portugal: Primavera Sound

06.15 Aarhus, Denmark: Northside Festival

06.16 Hultsfred, Sweden: Hultsfred Festival

06.22 Scheessel, Germany: Hurricane Festival

06.23 Neuhausen, Germany: Southside Festival

06.27 Haervic, Norway: Hove Festival

06.29 Arras, France: Main Square Festival

06.30 Werchter, Belgium: Rock Werchter

07.07 Gdynia, Poland: Heineken Open’er Festival

07.14 Joensuu, Finland: Ilosaarirock Festival

07.23 Los Angeles, CA: The Fonda

07.25 Seattle, WA: Showbox at the Market

07.28 Toronto, Ontario: Phoenix Concert Theater

07.29 Montreal, Quebec: Metropolis

07.31 Boston, MA: Wilbur Theatre

08.02 New York, NY: Terminal 5

08.09 Sibinek, Croatia: Terraneo Festival

08.10 Budapest, Hungary: Sziget Festival

08.11 St Pere, France: La Route du Rock

08.18 St Polten, Austria: FM4 Frequency Festival

08.19 Biddinghuizen, Netherlands: Lowlands Festival

08.31 Laois, Ireland: Electric Picnic

09.07 Isle of Wight, England: Bestival

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