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Tour Dates 31/10/2018

Sunflower Bean Announce New EP Plus Interpol Tour Dates, Share New Song

Sunflower Bean Announce New EP Plus Interpol Tour Dates, Share New Song

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) New York trio Sunflower Bean released their critically acclaimed sophomore album Twenty two in Blue earlier this year, and today they announce a new EP entitled King Of The Dudes. The EP's first single "Come For Me" is out now, premiered via BBC Radio 1's Annie Mac as "Hottest Record In The World" and a conversation with Rolling Stone. "This song was inspired by inner strength, power, and sexual freedom," explain Sunflower Bean. "In 2018 there is no time to waste and no time for shame. This song is a declaration of that. Do you really want to come for me? Do you really want to waste my time? The song is a dare, a threat, and a beckoning." Read the interview and listen to the powerful song HERE. Pre-order King of the Dudes, produced by Justin Raisen (Sky Ferreira, Charli XCX, Angel Olsen) and out January 25th, 2019 viaMom + Pop, HERE.
Sunflower Bean also reveal today that they will open for Interpol throughout the U.S. in early 2019.

Sunflower Bean began recording King of the Dudes this past summer in Los Angeles following the release of Twentytwo in Blue earlier this year. The band explain, "This EP does not give a fuck. It's reactionary, and a sharpened response to our times. Death, birth, aggression, addiction, and power. Twentytwo In Blue allowed us to find our strength and on King Of The Dudes we use it, no holds barred."

Tour dates:
11/11/18 - Hong Kong, China @ Clockenflap Festival
11/12/18 - Osaka, Japan @ Shangrila Festival
11/13/18 - Toyko, Japan @ Space Odd
11/17/18 - Bangkok, Thailand @ Live Park Rama 9
11/19/18 - Cardiff, Wales @ The Globe
11/20/18 - Leeds, England @ The Church
11/21/18 - Brighton, England @ The Old Market
11/22/18 - London, England @ Hackney Arts Centre
11/23/18 - Leicester, England @ Dryden Street Social
11/25/18 - Oxford, England @ The Bullingdon
11/26/18 - Glasgow, Scotland @ The Art School
11/27/18 - Manchester, England @ Academy
11/28/18 - Portsmouth, England @ Wedgewood Rooms
11/29/18 - Bristol, England @ SWX
11/30/18 - Cambridge, England @ The Junction
12/01/18 - Birmingham, England @ Castle & Falcon
12/07/18 - Brooklyn, NYC @ Warsaw
01/31/19- Vancouver, BC @ Queen Elizabeth Theater #
02/01/19 - Portland, OR @ Keller Auditorium #
02/02/19 - Seattle, WA @ Moore Theater #
02/05/19 - Minneapolis, MN @ Palace Theater #
02/07/19 - Chicago, IL @ Chicago Theater #
02/08/19 - Milwaukee, WI @ Pabst Theater #
02/09/19 - St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant #
02/11/19 - Nashville, TN @ Marathon Music Works #
02/14/19 - Raleigh, NC @ The Ritz #
02/15/19 - Washington D.C. @ The Anthem #
# = with Interpol

King Of The Dudes
Come For Me
Fear City
The Big One

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