1. LCD Soundsystem's 10-Track 'American Dream' Due in September

LCD Soundsystem's 10-Track 'American Dream' Due in September

LCD Soundsystem's 10-Track 'American Dream' Due in September

LCD Soundsystem broke up in a huge, premeditated, public way in 2010, and they got back together two years ago, ostensibly to make a new album. And now we finally know when that new album will arrive. A couple of weeks after James Murphy wrote that the album was done, we finally have the details on American Dream, the follow-up to 2010’s This Is Happening, which is coming in September. American Dream features 10 songs, including “American Dream” and “Call The Police,” the two early tracks that the band shared last month.

It also includes “Emotional Haircut,” which might be the best LCD Soundsystem song title since “Daft Punk Is Playing At My House.” And with the new album coming out, LCD, already a busy touring outfit, have announced a whole new marathon of tour dates, including a North American trek that starts in fall. It’ll end with a third residency at New York’s Brooklyn Steel.

Below, check out the album’s tracklist and the band’s full touring itinerary. 

Tracklist:

1. "Oh Baby"

2. "Other Voices"

3. "I Used To"

4. “Change Yr Mind”

5. “How Do You Sleep?”

6. “Tonite”

7. “Call The Police”

8. “American Dream”

9. “Emotional Haircut”

10. “Blank Screen”

Tour Dates:

June 19-24 – Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn SteelJuly 12 – Ottawa, ON @ Ottawa BluesfestJuly 14 – Chicago, IL @ Pitchfork Music FestivalJuly 14-16 – Louisville, KY @ Forecastle FestivalJuly 23 – Byron Bay, Australia @ Splendour In The GrassJuly 28 – Niigata Prefecture, Japan @ Fuji Rock FestivalAug. 26 – Monterrey, Mexico – @ Hellow FestivalSept. 8-9 – Copenhagen, Denmark @ VegaSept. 11-12 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ ParadisoSept. 13-14 – Paris, France @ L’OlympiaSept. 16-17 – Manchester, UK @ The Warehouse ProjectSept. 19 – Glasgow, UK @ The BarrowlandSept. 22 – London, UK @ Alexandra PalaceOct. 17 – Washington, DC @ The AnthemOct. 21-22 – Atlanta, GA @ Coca Cola Roxy TheaterOct. 25 – Miami, FL @ James L. Knight Center TheaterOct. 27 – New Orleans, LA @ Voodoo FestivalOct. 30 – Dallas, TX @ The Bomb FactoryOct. 31 – Austin, TX @ Austin360 AmphitheaterNov. 3 – Detroit, MI @ Masonic Temple TheatreNov. 9 – St. Paul, MN @ Roy Wilkins AuditoriumNov. 11 – Broomfield, CO @ 1st Bank CenterNov. 14 – San Francisco, CA @ Bill Graham Center AuditoriumNov. 17-21 – Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood PalladiumDec. 2 – Montreal, QC @ QC Place Bell ArenaDec. 3 – Toronto, ON @ Bell Canada CenterDec. 5-6 – Philadelphia, PA @ The FillmoreDec. 8 – Boston, MA @ Agganis ArenaDec. 11-23 – Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel

This article originally appeared on Stereogum.