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THE NEW PORNOGRAPHERS PREMIERE TITLE TRACK

Critically acclaimed supergroup The New Pornographers are premiering the title track off their forthcoming full-length record Whiteout Conditions today. Stream/share the song at https://youtu.be/hXwGX5Es9vM. The album is due April 7 and is the first release on the band’s own Collected Works Records imprint in partnership with Concord Records. See below for a complete track list. The album is available for pre-order with a glow-in-the-dark poster now at www.thenewpornographers.com.

In the wake of their headlining performance at the 2017 NPR Showcase at SXSW, The New Pornographers will also tour the U.S. and Europe this spring and summer including a run of newly added dates with Spoon. Tickets for all headlining U.S. shows include a free download of the new album; see below for a complete list of dates.

Additionally, Under the Radar is premiering a behind the scenes featurette of the filming of the video for the song “High Ticket Attractions.” Of the video, director Dan Huiting (Bon Iver, Sylvan Esso) notes, “I have always wanted to wreck things in music videos, I just never thought I would get a chance to destroy an entire high school!” Watch the behind the scenes video at http://bit.ly/2odR8Hw, and the music video at https://youtu.be/ZAlHISTNbwY.

THE NEW PORNOGRAPHERS, WHITEOUT CONDITIONS

1. Play Money

2. Whiteout Conditions

3. High Ticket Attractions

4. This is the World of the Theater

5. Darling Shade

6. Second Sleep

7. Colosseums

8. We’ve Been Here Before

9. Juke

10. Clockwise

11. Avalanche Alley

THE NEW PORNOGRAPHERS LIVE
*with Waxahatchee
†with Spoon

April 12

Los Angeles, CA

Theatre at The Ace Hotel*

April 13

Oakland, CA

Fox Theater*

April 14

Bend, OR

Midtown Ballroom*

April 15

Seattle, WA

Moore Theatre*

April 16

Portland, OR

Wonder Ballroom*

April 18

Minneapolis, MN

First Avenue*

April 19

Chicago, IL

The Metro*

April 20

Milwaukee, WI

Pabst Theater*

April 21

Chicago, IL

The Metro*

April 22

Columbus, OH

Newport Music Hall*

April 25

Boston, MA

House of Blues*

April 26

New York, NY

Terminal 5*

April 27

Philadelphia, PA

Union Transfer*

April 28

Washington, DC

9:30 Club (sold out)*

April 29

Washington, DC

9:30 Club*

May 1

Raleigh, NC

Ritz*

May 2

Atlanta, GA

Variety Playhouse*

May 3

New Orleans, LA

Tipitina’s*

May 4

Houston, TX

White Oak Music Hall*

May 5

Dallas, TX

Granada Theater*

May 6

Austin, TX

Stubb’s*

May 9

London, UK

Electric Ballroom

May 10

Amsterdam, NL

Paradiso Noord/Tolhuistuin

May 11

Berlin, DE

Lido

May 13

Oslo, NO

Vulkan Arena

May 14

Stockholm, SE

Debaser Strand

May 16

Copenhagen, DK

Loppen

May 18

Paris, FR

Divan Du Monde

July 18

Charlotte, NC

Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amph.†

July 19

Charlottesville, VA

Sprint Pavilion†

July 22

Portland, ME

State Theatre†

July 23

Montreal, QC

Metropolis†

July 26

Pittsburgh, PA

Stage AE†

August 11

Denver, CO

Velorama Festival

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