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Liima Announce New Album '1982', Confirm Grizzly Bear Support Dates

Wednesday, 13 September 2017 Written by Jon Stickler

Liima have announced details of their second album and autumn European tour dates with Grizzly Bear.

The side project of Mads Brauer, Casper Clausen and Rasmus Stolberg of Efterklang, who decided to go on hiatus in 2014, plus Finnish percussionist Tatu Rönkkö, will release '1982' on November 3 via City Slang.

To celebrate the news, the quartet have shared the album’s title track and confirmed they will link up with the Brooklyn-based Grizzly Bear, whose bassist Chris Taylor co-produced the new record, for October dates in Dublin, Manchester, Glasgow, London and Bexhill On Sea, Berlin, Utrect, Brussels and Paris.

'1982'

1. 1982 (official video)
2. David Copperfield
3. Life is Dangerous
4. People Like You
5. 2-Hearted
6. Kirby's Dream Land
7. Jonathan, I Can't Tell You
8. My Mind is Yours

Grizzly Bear Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed October 04 2017 - DUBLIN Vicar Street
Thu October 05 2017 - DUBLIN Vicar Street
Fri October 06 2017 - MANCHESTER Albert Hall
Sun October 08 2017 - GLASGOW O2 ABC
Mon October 09 2017 - LONDON O2 Academy Brixton
Tue October 10 2017 - BEXHILL ON SEA De La Warr Pavilion

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