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Alcest To Release New Album 'Kodama' In September

Wednesday, 27 July 2016 Written by Laura Johnson

Alcest will release their fifth studio album this autumn.

'Kodama' is set to arrive on September 30 via Prophecy Productions and is heavily influenced by Japanese art and culture, in particular Hayao Miyazaki's anime film Princess Mononoke.

Alcest will follow up the release with a winter co-headline UK tour with Japanese post-rockers Mono. They will call in Southampton, Birmingham, Leicester, Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester, Cardiff, Bristol and London between November 9 and 17. Tickets are on sale now.

Meanwhile, check out the album's tracklisting and artwork below.

  1. Kodama
  2. Eclosion
  3. Je suis d'ailleurs
  4. Untouched
  5. Oiseaux de proie
  6. Onyx

Alcest Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed November 09 2016 - SOUTHAMPTON Engine Rooms
Thu November 10 2016 - BIRMINGHAM O2 Academy Birmingham
Fri November 11 2016 - LEICESTER O2 Academy Leicester
Sat November 12 2016 - GLASGOW Classic Grand
Sun November 13 2016 - LEEDS Brudenell Social Club
Mon November 14 2016 - MANCHESTER Gorilla
Tue November 15 2016 - CARDIFF Globe
Wed November 16 2016 - BRISTOL Motion
Thu November 17 2016 - LONDON Electric Brixton

Click here to compare & buy Alcest Tickets at Stereoboard.com.





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