BATTLES are Releasing a New Album Called “La Di Da Di” + Tour Dates

by | Jul 15, 2015

It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Battles. The band put out an album in 2011 called Glass Drop, and kept a pretty low profile thereafter. But fear not, Battles are back!

The band will be releasing a new album called La Di Da Di this September. And they’ll be touring all over the US and UK/Europe this fall.

La Di Da Di comes out on September 18th.

Here’s their schedule:

Sep 30 Boston, MA @ Paradise
Oct 01 Toronto, ON @ Lee’s Palace
Oct 02 Chicago, IL @ Metro
Oct 03 Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
Oct 06 Vancouver, BC @ Imperial
Oct 07 Seattle, WA @ Neptune Theatre
Oct 09 San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore
Oct 11 Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom
Oct 13 Dallas, TX @ Trees
Oct 14 Austin, TX @ Mohawk
Oct 15 New Orleans, LA @ Republic
Oct 16 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
Oct 17 Nashville, TN @ Exit / In
Oct 18 Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
Oct 19 Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
Oct 20 New York, NY @ Webster Hall

Oct 23 Manchester, UK @ Academy 2
Oct 24 Bristol, UK @ Simple Things Fest
Oct 25 Glasgow, UK @ Electric Ballroom
Oct 28 London, UK @ Electric Ballroom
Oct 29 Lille, FRA @ Le Grand Mix
Oct 30 Paris, FRA @ Pitchfork Festival
Oct 31 Frankfurt, GER @ Zoom
Nov 02 Amsterdam, NLD @ Melkweg
Nov 03 Brussels, BEL @ Botanique
Nov 04 Berlin, GER @ Berghain
Nov 06 Turin, ITA @ Club 2 Clubb
Nov 07 Reykjavic, ISL @ Iceland Airwaves

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