The Charlatans announce new tour dates

The Charlatans have announced a North American tour this fall. The tour kicks off at Fun Fun Fun Fest

The Charlatans have announced a North American tour this fall. The tour kicks off at Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin on November 7th and wraps up in Mexico City at the Corona Capital City Festival on November 22nd. Portland’s Eyelids will be supporting The Charlatans on the U.S. tour dates. The band features former and current members of Decemberists, Guided By Voices and Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks. Complete tour dates are as follows:

Sep 01 Stockholm, SE @ Debaser Medis
Sep 02 Copenhagen, DK @ Amager bio
Sep 04 Hamburg, DE @ Indra
Sep 05 Berlin, DE @ SO36
Sep 07 Amsterdam, NL @ Paradiso
Nov 07 Austin, TX @ Fun Fun Fun Fest *
Nov 09 Milwaukee, WI @ Turner Ballroom*
Nov 10 New York, NY @ Webster Hall*
Nov 12 Washington DC @ Howard*
Nov 13 Chicago, IL @ House of Blues*
Nov 15 Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda*
Nov 16 San Francisco, CA @ The Regency*
Nov 18 Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades*
Nov 19 Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom*
Nov 22 Mexico City, MX @ Corona Capital Festival
Dec 08 Nottingham, UK @ Rock City
Dec 09 Cardiff, UK @ Tramshed
Dec 11 Norwich, UK @ UEA
Dec 12 Birmingham, UK @ Academy
Dec 14 Edinburgh, UK @ Usher Hall
Dec 15 Dundee, UK @ Card Hall
Dec 17 Newcastle, UK @ Academy
Dec 18 Liverpool, UK @ Academy
Dec 19 London, UK @ Brixton Academy
*w/ Eyelids supporting

In advance of their North American dates, The Charlatans share a video of their single “Sproston Green” shot by Luke Thompson at their Summer In The City show from Castlefield Bowl in Manchester, England on July 4th, 2015. The band released their twelfth studio album, Modern Nature, in January

Modern Nature was produced by The Charlatans and Jim Spencer and mixed by Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire, Portishead). The album features a cacophony of contributors from their three temporary drummers – Pete Salisbury of The Verve, Stephen Morris of New Order and Gabriel Gurnsey of DFA’s avant-disco group Factory Floor, to Kate Bush’s backing singers Melanie Marshall and Sandra Marvin, strings by Sean O’ Hagan and brass courtesy of Dexys’ Big Jim Paterson”.