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Belle and Sebastian Announce Summer North American Tour Dates

Select Shows Include Julien Baker, Spoon, Andrew Bird, Porches, Ex Hex, and Benjamin Clementine

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Belle and Sebastian have announced some summer North American tour dates. They go down this July and August. Select shows with include support from Julien Baker, Spoon, Andrew Bird, Porches, Ex Hex, and/or Benjamin Clementine, depending on the date. Check out the touring schedule below, followed by the video for "Perfect Couples," a song from 2015's Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance.

Tickets for all shows, except for the Raleigh and Los Angeles dates, go on sale this Friday, February 17. The Raleigh show goes on sale February 24 and visit the Hollywood Bowl's website for more info on tickets for that show.

Last year the band announced that they were working on new music that they planned to release as a series of vinyl EPs and frontman Stuart Murdoch posted a casting call looking for models to appear on the covers of the EPs. They weren't necessarily looking for professional models, but rather regular people who are fans of the band.

Belle and Sebastian Tour Dates:

7/27 - Toronto, ON - Sony Centre *
7/29 - New York, NY - Panorama Music and Arts Festival
7/30 - Columbia, MD - Merriweather Post Pavilion ^
7/31 - Raleigh, NC - North Carolina Museum of Art %
8/2 - Boston, MA - Blue Hills Bank Pavilion $
8/3 - Philadelphia, PA - Mann Center for Performing Arts $
8/6 - Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood Bowl &

* denotes w/ Julien Baker
^ denotes w/ Spoon, Andrew Bird, Ex Hex
% denotes w/ Andrew Bird
$ denotes w/ Andrew Bird, Porches
& denotes w/ Spoon, Benjamin Clementine

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