LCD Soundsystem Announce ‘American Dream’

LCD Soundsystem announce new album 'Album Dream'

After months of updates from James Murphy himself, detailing the exhausting process behind LCD Soundsystem’s new album, he’s finally dropped the release date. American Dream will come out on September 1st on DFA & Columbia records, their first album in seven years after 2010’s This is Happening. It will of course feature both tracks “Call the Police” and “American Dream” that they premiered earlier this year online and through their SNL performance.

They also announced a string of tour dates stretching between North America and Europe with Canadian dates in both Montreal and Toronto. The news comes as the band are performing at their second week-long residency at Brooklyn Steel, which they will be returning to in December as well for a third week.

Murphy has been keeping fans updated on the huge delays from a 2016 release date, saying “Sorry it took so long, honestly. I didn’t think it would, but I, once again, underestimated the distractions inherent in touring and living a “life.””

Catch full tour dates and album tracking below, along with “American Dream.”

Lcd Soundsystem
American Dream:

Tracklisting

oh baby
other voices
i used to
change yr mind
how do you sleep?
tonite
call the police
american dream
emotional haircut
black screen

LCD Soundsystem
Current and new tour dates:

06-19-20-21 Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Steel
06-23-24 Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Steel
07-12 Ottawa, Ontario – RBC Bluesfest
07-14-15-16 Louisville, KY – Forecastle Festival
07-14 Chicago, IL – Pitchfork Music Festival
07-23 Byron Bay, NSW Australia – Splendour in the Grass
07-28-29-30 Yuzawa, Japan – Fuji Rock Festival
08-26 – Monterrey, Mexico – Hellow Festival
09-08-09 Copenhagen, Denmark – Vega
09-11-12 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Paradiso
09-13-14 Paris, France – L’Olympia
09-16-17 Manchester, England – The Warehouse Project
09-19 Glasgow, Scotland – The Barrowland Ballroom
09-22 London, England – Alexandra Palace
10-17 Washington, DC – The Anthem
10-21-22 Atlanta, Georgia – Coca Cola Roxy Theatre
10-25 Miami, FL – James L. Knight Center Theater
10-27 New Orleans, LA – Voodoo Music + Arts Experience
10-30 Dallas, TX – The Bomb Factory
10-31 Austin, TX – Austin360 Amphitheater
11-03 Detroit, MI – Masonic Temple Theatre
11-09 St. Paul, MN – Roy Wilkins Auditorium
11-11 Broomfield, CO – 1st Bank Center
11-14 San Francisco, CA – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
11-17-18-19-20-21 Los Angeles, CA – Hollywood Palladium
12-02 Montréal, Québec – QC Place Bell Arena
12-03 Toronto, Ontario – Air Canada Centre
12-05-06 Philadelphia, PA – The Fillmore
12-08 Boston, MA – Agganis Arena
12-11-12 Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Steel
12-14-15 Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Steel
12-17-18-19 Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Steel
12-21-22-23 Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Steel

Words by Owen Maxwell