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Dan Deacon Announces Spring U.S. Tour Dates With Full Live Band

Dan Deacon is taking his show on the road in April in support of his new album, Bromst, out March 24 on Carpark Records, and if you're lucky enough to be in New York you can get your Deacon fix this week.

This Friday he's hitting up Danbro Studios in Brooklyn for a solo show, and on April 3 he kicks thing off in Philadelphia with a full live ensemble, not unlike his all-star line-up from his December gig at the Brooklyn Masonic Temple, but with new faces.

Future Islands and Teeth Mountain, both out of Baltimore, will open for Deacon on the entire tour. Bromst has been three years in the making, and is rumored to be a departure from the solely electronic sound of Spiderman of the Rings, bringing in acoustics, mechanics and all sorts of other ics. Brace yourself.

Dan Deacon with Future Islands and Teeth Mountain
01.30.09 - Brooklyn, NY (Danbro Studios) *solo set
04.03.09 - Philadelphia, Penn. (First Unitarian Church)
04.05.09 - Williamsburg, Va. (The Little Theater)
04.06.09 - Asheville, NC (Orange Peel)
04.07.09 - Knoxville, Tenn. (Catalyst)
04.08.09 - Birmingham, Ala. (Bottletree)
04.09.09 - Athens, Ga. (88/cp)
04.10.09 - Atlanta, Ga. (Eyedrum)
04.11.09 - Tallahassee, Fla. (FSU / Club Downunder)
04.13.09 - New Orleans, La. (The Candle Factory / The Heavy)
04.15.09 - Baton Rouge, La. (Spanish Moon)
04.16.09 - Houston, Texas (Orange Show)
04.18.09 - Ft. Worth, Texas (The Ft. Worth Modern Museum)
04.20.09 - Tempe, Ariz. (The Clubhouse)
04.21.09 - San Diego, Calif. (Che Cafe)
04.22.09 - Los Angeles, Calif. (Troubadour)
04.23.09 - San Francisco, Calif. (Great American Music Hall)
04.24.09 - Portland, Ore. (Wonder Ballroom)
04.25.09 - Seattle, Wash. (The Vera Project)
04.26.09 - Vancouver, BC (Richards on Richards)
04.29.09 - Salt Lake City, Utah (Kilby Court)
04.30.09 - Denver, Colo. (Bluebird Theater)
05.01.09 - Kansas City, Mo. (Pistol S.C.)
05.02.09 - Minneapolis, Minn. (Triple Rock)
05.04.09 - Madison, Wisc. (Majestic Theatre)
05.05.09 - Milwaukee, Wisc. (Turner Hall Ballroom)
05.06.09 - Urbana, Ill. (Canopy Club / Club Void)
05.07.09 - Chicago, Ill. (The Metro)
05.08.09 - Mt. Pleasant, Mich. (CMU / The Wesley Foundation)
05.09.09 - Detroit, Mich. (Scrummage)
05.10.09 - Toronto, ONT (The Deleon White Gallery)
05.11.09 - Montreal, QC (La Sala Rossa)
05.12.09 - South Burlington, Vt. (HG Showcase Lounge)
05.13.09 - Cambridge, Mass. (Middle East Downstairs)
05.15.09 - Brooklyn, NY (Danbro Studios)
05.16.09 - New York, NY (Bowery Ballroom)
05.17.09 - Washington, D.C. (9:30 Club)

Dan Deacon Announces Spring U.S. Tour Dates With Full Live Band