Posted in music | tour dates on November 20, 2012

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Indians (the project of Copenhagen's Søren Løkke Juul) are currently touring throughout North America with Other Lives. As discussed, that tour finishes off with a two-night stand in Chicago - Schubas on December 7 and Lincoln Hall on December 8. Though two-show passes are now sold-out, individual tickets for their Schubas and Lincoln Hall performances are still available. Indians will also be playing an in-store at Permanent Records on December 8 at 2PM. Admission is free but the shop doesn't hold all that many people; get there early.

Juul and co. are gearing up for the release of their debut LP, Somewhere Else, out January 28 (UK) // 29 (North America). The first few singles that Indians have shared so far remind me a bit of early Youth Lagoon, but with more avant-pop in the mix. You can take a listen to the tracks "Magic Kids," "New," "I am Hunted," and "Cakelayers" at the bottom of this post. 4AD have also said that "whilst stocks last, a ten-track tour edition of the album has been pressed on vinyl and will be on sale on their tour." Look for Somewhere Else at Schubas, Lincoln Hall, and possibly Permanent Records (on that Saturday afternoon at least).

All Indians tour dates and some song streams // videos are below...


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Indians - "Magic Kids"

Indians - "New"

Indians - "I am Hunted"

Indians - "Cakelayers"

Indians -- 2012 Tour Dates
11/20 Detroit, MI Magic Stick Lounge
11/21 Cleveland, OH Beachland Ballroom & Tavern
11/23 Toronto, Ontario Horseshoe Tavern
11/24 Montreal, Quebec Cabaret du Mile/End
11/26 Portland, ME Space Gallery
11/27 Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club
11/28 New York, NY Bowery Ballroom
11/29 Brooklyn, NY Music Hall of Williamsburg
11/30 Washington, DC Rock and Roll Hotel
12/01 Philadelphia, PA Johnny Brenda's
12/03 Pittsburgh, PA Brillobox
12/04 Columbus, OH The Basement
12/07 Chicago, IL Schubas Tavern
12/08 Chicago, IL Lincoln Hall
12/08 Chicago, IL Permanent Records (Free; 2PM In-store)
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* without Other Lives


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