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LCD Soundsystem have introduced two extra areas for his or her residency sequence, with the band set to carry out a number of gigs in Oakland and San Francisco in August.
James Murphy and co. will kick off the Bay Area run at Oakland’s Fox Theater on August 16, taking part in three extra reveals on the venue throughout consecutive evenings. From August 21 to 24, they’ll carry out at The Warfield in San Francisco. Later that month, the band will carry out as a part of This Ain’t No Picnic competition in Pasadena.
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Late final 12 months, LCD Soundsystem performed 17 reveals of a deliberate 20-show residency at Brooklyn Steel in New York, nonetheless the run ended prematurely attributable to a spike in COVID-19 instances. They held smaller residencies on the Franklin Music Hall in Philadelphia and Roadrunner in Boston this 12 months, and later this month, they are going to head to the UK for six reveals at London’s O2 Academy Brixton.
Back in February, LCD Soundsystem had been the musical friends on a John Mulaney-hosted episode of Saturday Night Live, performing ‘Thrills’ and ‘Yr City’s A Sucker’, and showing in a sketch the place they performed Guardian Angels.
The following month, Murphy shared a prolonged replace concerning the band, explaining why they selected to do a sequence of residencies versus conventional touring cycles, and giving some perception into what LCD’s future would possibly appear to be.
“We talked about just playing some shows in New York, since most of us live here, and not making it too big of a deal. Like, just playing because we like it, and because we like one another. Just be a New York band for a bit,” Murphy wrote on the time.
“And possibly we’ll do one thing like that yearly. Just keep in form, if that is smart. And simply make information alongside the best way. Maybe simply singles for some time, so there isn’t some ‘album panic’ and so forth. We don’t know.
“We DO know that it was great to play those shows, and we’re looking forward to the rest of the shows we’re playing this year. It’s not overwhelming, so I can work on new music and we can all be human beings. Maybe we’ll just play other places next year, moving around to cities we like to play, where we’re wanted, etc.”
March additionally noticed LCD Soundsystem’s authentic line-up – Murphy, Nancy Whang, Pat Mahoney, Tyler Pope and Phil Mossman – reunite throughout a twentieth anniversary present for DFA Records in New York, performing ‘Give It Up’ and Harry Nilsson‘s ‘Jump Into The Fire’.