Parquet Courts Announce New EP And Tour.

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Parquet Courts have announced that they will release a new EP and embark on a new tour this fall. Monastic Living, will be released on November the 13th via Rough Trade Records, and will follow the Brooklyn band’s previous 2014 release Content Nausea album, under their moniker Parkay Quarts.

By the post-punk revival outfit aren’t done there. The four-piece, that the Rolling Stone dubbed as a bunch of “stoned Texas nerds” that became “the coolest band in the world,” will be hitting the road on a North American tour, revolving mainly around their new EP’s arrival. Parquet Courts’ tour dates, including their UK festival dates, are as follows:

27th August: London, England – Birthdays
28th August: Reading, England – Reading Festival
29th August: Leeds, England – Leeds Festival
30th August: Paris, France – Rock En Seine
2nd September: Galway, Ireland – Roisin Dubh
3rd September: Limerick, Ireland – Dolan’s
4th September: Belfast, Northern Ireland – LL2
8th September: Stockholm, Sweden – Debaser Strand
9th September: Oslo, Norway – Blaa
10th September: Copenhagen, Denmark – Pumpehuset
12th September: Berlin, Germany – Lollapalooza Berlin
14th September: Vienna, Austria – Chelsea
15th September: Zagreb, Croatia – Culture Factory
16th September: Ravenna, Italy – Bronson
17th September: Rome, Italy – Monk
19th September: Athens, Greece – AN Club
5th November: Denton, TX – Rubber Gloves
6th November: 07 Austin, TX – Fun Fun Fun Fest
9th November: New Orleans, LA – One Eyed Jacks
10th November: Memphis, TN – Hi Tone
11th November: Lawrence, KS – The Bottleneck
13th November: Denver, CO – Marquis
3rd December: Northampton, MA – Flywheel *
4th December: Boston, MA – Middle East *
5th December: Portsmouth, NH – 3S Artspace *
6th December: Burlington, VT – Higher Ground *
7th December: Quebec City, Québec – Le Cercle *
8th December: Montreal, Québec – La Sala Rossa *
9th December: Toronto, Ontario – Lee’s *
11th December: Brooklyn, NY – Warsaw *

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