New TV on the Radio - "Caffeinated Consciousness"

by J.C. Sciaccotta

14 March 2011

 

As anticipation for TV on the Radio’s latest LP, Nine Types of Light, gets heavier by the day, the band recently threw the world another musical bone in the form of “Caffeinated Consciousness”, doing little to alleviate expectations. With a back-breaking riff that brings to mind vintage Living Colour, the track resides in a decidedly different timbre than that of first single, “Will Do”. Type your email address into the widget below to receive a free high quality mp3 download.

In other news, we now have complete dates for the band’s upcoming world tour, which kicks off March 17-19 at the SXSW Festival. Various appearances include the Wireless Festival in London (July 3) as well as a headlining gig at Chicago’s Pitchfork Music Festival (July 17) to wrap things up. See all the shows after the jump.

 


  
TOUR DATES
03-17-19 Austin, TX - SXSW
04-08 Philadelphia, PA - Electric Factory
04-09 Charlottesville, VA - Jefferson Theatre
04-10 Baltimore, MD - Ram’s Head Live
04-13 New York, NY - Radio City Music Hall
04-15 Providence, RI - Brown University
04-16 Boston, MA - House of Blues
04-17 Montreal, Quebec - Metropolis
04-18 Toronto, Ontario - Sound Academy
04-20 Detroit, MI - St. Andrew’s Hall
04-22 Chicago, IL - Metro
04-23-24 Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue
04-26 Denver, CO - Ogden Theatre
05-02 San Diego, CA - 4th and B
06-22 Zagreb, Croatia - T-Mobile Inmusic Festival
06-23 Munich, Germany - Muffathalle
06-24 Berlin, Germany - Astra
06-30 Werchter, Belgium - Rock Werchter
07-01 St. Gallen, Switzerland - St. Gallen Festival
07-03 London, England - Wireless Festival
07-04 Amsterdam, Holland - Paradiso
07-05 Cologne, Germany - Live Music Hall
07-08 Bilbao, Spain - BBK Live Festival
07-09 Lisbon, Portugal - Alive Festival
07-17 Chicago, IL - Pitchfork Music Festival

 

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