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The xx Announce New Album

Coexist Out This September

Jun 01, 2012 Bookmark and Share


After previewing some of their new material at a number of initmate London shows, The xx have officially announced the follow-up to their 2009 self-titled debut. The new work, entitled Coexist, will see release through Young Turks on Sept. 11 in the U.S. and Sept. 10 internationally. The band writes on their Facebook page that "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."

The xx Tour Dates:

06-08 Turin, Italy - Traffic Festival
06-09 Porto, Portugal - Optimus 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
07-04 Tokyo, Japan - Liquid Room
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

(www.thexx.info)

 



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Stephen Brand
June 2nd 2012
9:24pm

That’s great to hear! I don’t get why certain bands have strict release schedules for their albums, with favor given to certain countries, though. It would make sense if it was a “whenever the truck with the albums gets there” sort of thing, but I’ve seen that this is not the case.