Fleet Foxes announce world tour

And there’s a UK date in there if you look hard enough! (although it’s a festival date so you will have to see another 150 bands for the privilege). Spin reports: “After releasing a new song last month, Fleet Foxes have announced that they’ll embark on an extensive tour that will run from May until the end of the year. The band is touring behind their upcoming album Crack-Up, which follows 2011’s Helplessness Blues. The new project is scheduled to drop June 16. Check out the full tour dates and a trailer for the album below. 

Fleet Foxes 2017 [European] tour dates:

June 24 — Netherlands, Ewijk @ Down The Rabbit Hole
July 1 — Spain, Vilanova i la Geltrú @ Vida Festival
July 3 — Italy, Ferrara @ Bands Apart
July 4 — Switzerland, Montreux @ Montreux Jazz Festival
July 7 — Spain, Bilbao @ Bilbao BBK Live
July 8 — Portugal, Lisbon @ NOS Alive Festival
July 11 — Ireland, Cork @ Cork Opera House
July 13 — Ireland, Dublin @ The Iveagh Gardens
July 14 — Ireland, Dublin @ The Iveagh Gardens (SOLD OUT)
July 16 — United Kingdom, Southwold @ Latitude Festival
November 1-5 — Iceland, Reykjavik @ Iceland Airwaves
November 7 — Switzerland, Zurich @ X-tra
November 8 — Austria, Vienna @ Gasometer
November 9 — Croatia, Zagreb @ Tvornica Kulture
November 12 — Germany, Hamburg @ Docks
November 13 — Germany, Berlin @ Columbiahalle
November 17 — Belgium, Brussels @ Ancienne Belgique
November 18 — Belgium, Brussels @ Ancienne Belgique
November 20 — France, Paris @ Le Trianon
December 1 — Germany, Köln @ Live Music Hall
December 3 — Sweden, Stockholm @ Annexet
December 5 — Norway, Oslo @ Sentrum Scene

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