LCD Soundsystem have announced the release of their fourth studio album 'American Dream', their first since 2010's 'This Is Happening'.
LCD Soundsystem have announced their first album in seven years.
The American electronic rock band will release 'American Dream' - the follow-up to 2010's 'This Is Happening' - on September 2.
The record from James Murphy's band will include the album title track and 'Call The Police', plus new songs 'Emotional Haircut', 'Change Yr Mind' and 'Other Voices'.
The 'All My Friends' hitmakers have also announced tour dates including a show at Manchester's The Warehouse Project on September 16 and 17.
They are set to perform at Glasgow's iconic Barrowland Ballroom on September 19, before concluding the run at London's Alexandra Palace on September 22.
The new album is as much a shock as it is a surprise for fans of the band as they disbanded after releasing 'This Is Happening' in 2011.
On April 12, 2011, Murphy confirmed the release of their final show on DVD.
They also served up a documentary called 'Shut Up' and 'Play the Hits', sharing the 47-year-old frontman's final 48 hours on stage and before and after their last show at Madison Square Garden in New York on April 2, 2011.
The Alexandra Palace gig marks LCD Soundsystem's first headline show in London after they group reformed in 2015, and follows numerous wildly successful festival appearances around the UK and abroad.
Tickets go on sale this Wednesday (21.06.17) at Gigs And Tours, Goldenvoice and AXS.
LCD Soundsystem's 2017 UK tour dates are as follows:
Sat 16 Sep - Warehouse Project, Manchester
Sun 17 Sep - Warehouse Project, Manchester
Tue 19 Sep - Barrowland, Glasgow
Fri 22 Sep - Alexandra Palace, London
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