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LCD Soundsystem adds more North American dates, previews video for “Drunk Girls.”

You think they’ll play “North American Scum” on this tour? In addition to their headlining date at the upcoming Coachella festival on April 16th, LCD Soundsystem has announced a series of North American headline dates in support of its forthcoming third album, This Is Happening, which will be released May 18 in the U.S. on DFA/Virgin. Commencing with a May 20-21 two night stand at New York City’s Terminal 5, the new shows are preceded by LCD’s April 16 Coachella main stage set and an almost completely sold out April 20-May 9 UK/Europe tour. A previously announced May 30 appearance at the Sasquatch festival in George WA falls in the middle of the dates, which wrap June 9 at the Palladium in Dallas. Following that date, LCD Soundsystem’s June 11 appearance at the Bonnaroo in Manchester TN will kick off a summer festival run, running through to September 12’s Bestival on the Isle of Wight and including a July 17 headline slot at the Pitchfork music festival in Chicago as well as appearances at Reading and Leeds.  Check dates and buy tickets here – hurry, the tour’s quickly selling out. Oh!  And here’s the trailer for the album’s first single, “Drunk Girls.”  Looks like we’re all in store for a little panda madness!

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