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Dirty Projectors Post Video For New Track That's A Lifestyle

Thursday, 14 June 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Jason Frank Rothenberg

Dirty Projectors have shared a video for That's A Lifestyle.

It is the latest track to be cut from their forthcoming album, ‘Lamp Lit Prose’, which is due to arrive on July 13 through Domino and follow up last year’s self-titled LP.

The record was produced by Dave Longstreth at his Ivo Shandor studio in Los Angeles and features contributions from Haim, Rostam, Fleet Foxes’ Robin Pecknold, Syd of the Internet, Empress Of, Amber Mark and Dear Nora.

Later this summer the Brooklyn-based band will return to the UK for a set at Green Man festival, which they will follow up with headline shows in Glasgow, Leeds and London.

Dirty Projectors Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sun August 19 2018 - GLASGOW Art School Glasgow
Mon August 20 2018 - LEEDS Riley Smith Conference Room
Tue August 21 2018 - LONDON Village Underground
Wed August 22 2018 - LONDON Village Underground

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