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Destroyer - "Bye Bye" (video) + Tour Dates

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Tuesday, Nov 5, 2013
by PopMatters Staff
Destroyer are set to release a Spanish language EP, Five Spanish Songs, on November 25th via Merge. The tunes were all penned by Antonio Luque from the band Sr. Chinarro.



  
TOUR DATES
Nov 5 Los Angeles, CA — The Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever %
Nov 6 Los Angeles, CA — The Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever %
Nov 7 Chicago, IL — Old Town School of Folk Music ^
Nov 8 Winnipeg, MB — Park Theatre
Nov 9 Toronto, ON — The Great Hall %
Nov 10 New York, NY — Bowery Ballroom %
Nov 11 Washington, DC — Sixth & I Historic Synagogue %
Nov 12 Philadelphia, PA — Johnny Brenda’s %
Nov 13 Allston, MA — Brighton Music Hall %
Nov 14 Montreal, QC — Il Motore %
Nov 19 Austin, TX — The Belmont
Nov 20 Denver, CO — Larimer Lounge
Nov 21 Columbus, OH — Wexner Center
Dec 01 Utrecht, NL — Le Guess Who? Festival
Dec 02 London, UK — Bush Hall
Dec 03 Copenhagen, DK — Jazzhouse CPH
Dec 04 Warsaw, PL — Skwer
Dec 05 Berlin, DK — Hau1
Dec 06 Lisbon, PT — Musicbox
Dec 07 Guimaraes, PT — CCVFv Dec 09 Sala Apolo, ES — Sala Apolo
Dec 10 San Sebastian, ES — Gazteszena


% = w/ Pink Mountaintops
^ = Azita

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