The Warehouse Project have revealed the opening weekend of their WHP17 season, with LCD Soundsystem headlining Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 September. The record includes the already released title track and 'Call The Police', as well as new cuts "Emotional Haircut", "Change Yr Mind" and "Other Voices".
They are set to perform at Glasgow's iconic Barrowland Ballroom on September 19, before concluding the run at London's Alexandra Palace on September 22.
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LCD Soundsystem will embark on a world tour to support the album, with dates in Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Paris, Glasgow, Manchester and London alongside dates in North America.
Tickets for LCD Soundsystem go on sale on Wednesday 21 Jul at 9am.
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