Stephen Malkmus has shared "Rushing the Acid Frat" from his forthcoming solo album Groove Denied. While much of album has Malkmus playing around with synthesizers and drum machines, this is more of guitar number in kind of a "Wild Thing" kind of way. The psychedelic, animated video for the song was directed by Robert Strange of the group Superorganism and you can watch that below.

Groove Denied is out March 15 via Matador and Malkmus will be heading out on a Jicks-free solo tour this spring, which he's just added a few more dates to, including a NYC show happening at The Kitchen on May 2. Tickets for that will be available soon. He's also added a new Chicago show on May 8 at Fullerton Hall. Before The Kitchen show, S.M. will be talking with Vanity Fair's Michael Hogan at 92Y on April 30. There will also be a short performance as part of the event and tickets are on sale.

Additionally, Eleanor Friedberger has been added as support for most East Coast shows (but not NYC), and Mary Lattimore will be opening for a couple shows in California. Updated dates are listed below.

Stephen Malkmus - 2019 Tour Dates
April 30 – New York NY @ 92Y In-Conversation with Vanity Fair’s Michael Hogan
May 1 – Toronto ON @ The Great Hall ^ #
May 2 – New York NY @ The Kitchen ^
May 3 – Somerville MA @ Arts At The Armory ^ # - SOLD OUT
May 4 – Ardmore PA @ Ardmore Music Hall ^ #
May 5 – Washington DC @ Union Stage ^ #
May 7 – Austin TX @ 3TEN ACL Live ^
May 8 – Chicago IL @ Art Institute Of Chicago - Fullerton Hall ^
May 10 – Portland OR @ Doug Fir Lounge ^ - SOLD OUT
May 11 – Seattle WA @ Columbia City Theater ^
May 14 – San Francisco CA @ Swedish American Hall ^ %
May 15 – Los Angeles CA @ Lodge Room ^ % - SOLD OUT
May 16 – Los Angeles CA @ Lodge Room ^
May 30 – Barcelona ES @ Primavera Festival *
May 31 – Nimes FR @ This Is Not A Love Song *
June 6-9 – Helsinki FI @ Sideways Festival *
June 14-16 – Mannheim DE @ Maifeld Derby Festival *
June 19 – Paris FR @ La Gaîté Lyrique *
* denotes w/ The Jicks
^ denotes Malkmus solo
# denotes Eleanor Friedberger supporting
% denotes Mary Lattimore supporting