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Little Dragon Announces U.S. Tour, Shares “Klapp Klapp” Remix

After a successful David Letterman performance and SXSW run, Little Dragon is back today to announce new U.S. tour dates. Following appearances at Coachella and Canadian Music Week, Little Dragon will continue on the festival circuit with an appearance at Bonnaroo 2014. The band will run through the Southern US and will finish up this string of dates with a show at New York City’s Terminal 5. Tickets will go on pre-sale on Friday and general sale on Saturday.

To coincide with the announcement of new tour dates, Little Dragon is also proud to share a remix of “Klapp Klapp”, the first single off the forthcoming album. South London producer Swindle, known for his Jazz-leaning Grime sound, offers a fresh take on “Klapp Klapp”. Nabuma Rubberband will be in stores on May 13th via Loma Vista Recordings. Check out the tour dates, the “Klapp Klapp” remix, and upcoming tour dates below. Listen to the Swindle remake of “Klapp Klapp” (Swindle Remix) via this link.


Tour Dates:

4/10 – Roseland Theatre (Soul’d Out Music Festival) – Portland, OR
4/13 – Coachella 2014 – Indio, CA
4/16 – Pappy & Harriet’s – Joshua Tree, CA
4/20 – Coachella 2014 – Indio, CA
5/10 – Toronto, ON – Canadian Music Week
6/7/14 – South Side Music Hall – Dallas, TX
6/8/14 – Fitzgerald’s – Houston, TX
6/10/14 – Republic – New Orleans, LA
6/11/14 – The Orpheum – Tampa, FL
6/12/14 – Grand Central – Miami, FL
6/14/14 – Variety Playhouse – Atlanta, GA
6/15/14 – Bonnaroo – Manchester, TN
6/17/14 – Music Farm – Charleston, SC
6/18/14 – The Orange Peel – Asheville, NC
6/20/14 – Terminal 5 – New York, NY


Watch Little Dragon on David Letterman:

https://youtu.be/WIdwdaUZBkg


For more Little Dragon, just click here.

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