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Metronomy Announces Additional North American Tour Dates

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 06/24/14 --


"Joe Mount blends Abba's voices and Dexy's hooks till the Seventies bleed into the Eighties." - Rolling Stone

"Metronomy is for the people. The UK electropop outfit collects a varying number of fans, and many of them were out in full force..." - Consequence of Sound

"...darker, more satisfying, and ultimately superior record in their wake." - Under The Radar

Hot on the heels of a triumphant tour of North America in support of their acclaimed fourth album Love Letters, Metronomy have announced a series of new live shows. The much lauded British four-piece will be returning to these shores in September to perform in several cities around the country, including Chicago, New York, Boston, Austin, Los Angeles, Seattle and more. Metronomy is giving their fans the first opportunity to buy tickets on this tour through a special fan presale. Presale tickets will be available beginning Tuesday, June 24th at 10am local. PRESS HERE to register for the Metronomy presale.

The band recently released their new music video for the track "Reservoir." PRESS HERE to watch the animated video, which was directed by Daniel Brereton and animated by Matt Lloyd.

The first two singles from the band's career defining new album Love Letters (Because Music/Elektra Records) -- "I'm Aquarius" & "Love Letters" -- have leapt to success at radio around the globe. Led by singer/songwriter/producer Joseph Mount, Metronomy make modern, precise and creative pop music.

Love Letters is Joseph Mount's masterpiece. Not losing any of the glowing warmth and ear worm melodies that makes Metronomy's sound so distinct, Love Letters is more developed, further evolved -- Joe Mount excels in his lyrics and song writing delivering what sounds like a truly classic record. The Mercury Music Prize-nominated four-piece will embark on a North American tour this May. All North American tour dates are below.

Download Love Letters via iTunes: (iTunes.com/Metronomy).


Tour Dates
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Sept 10      Toronto, ON @ The Hoxton
Sept 12      Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall
Sept 14      Columbus, OH @ Wexner Center
Sept 15      Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar
Sept 17      Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
Sept 18      New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
Sept 19      Brooklyn, NY @ Warsaw
Sept 20      Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
Oct 10       Orlando, FL @ The Social
Oct 10-12    Miami, FL @ III Points Festival at MANA Wynwood
Oct 11-12    Mexico City, MX @ Corona Capital Festival
Oct 14       Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald's
Oct 15       Austin, TX @ The Mohawk
Oct 16       Dallas, TX @ Trees
Oct 18       Phoenix, AZ @ The Crescent Ballroom
Oct 19       Solana Beach, CA @ Belly Up Tavern
Oct 21       Los Angeles, CA @ The Regent
Oct 23       San Francisco, CA @ Regency Ballroom
Oct 24       Portland, OR @ Star Theater
Oct 25       Seattle, WA @ Neumos
Oct 26       Vancouver, BC @ The Imperial

For more, please visit:
www.metronomy.co.uk
www.facebook.com/metronomy
https://twitter.com/metronomy
www.youtube.com/metronomyofficial
http://press.because.tv/metronomy/en

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