Tyler, The Creator Announces New Album, Shares "Fucking Young" (video)

by Brice Ezell

9 April 2015

Just a week shy of its release, Odd Future rapper and provocateur Tyler, The Creator has announced his new LP, Cherry Bomb.
 

Tyler, The Creator, perhaps best known as a member of the Los Angeles rap and hip-hop collective Odd Future (which also features Frank Ocean and Earl Sweatshirt), has thrown his hat into the ring of surprise releases. He’s given the public but a week’s notice regarding the release of his new LP, Cherry Bomb. This record follows 2013’s Wolf.
  
As a preview of the album, Tyler shared the music video for “Fucking Young”, which you can view below:



Cherry Bomb is out on 13 April via Odd Future.

Upcoming Tyler, The Creator tour dates:

04/11/15—Coachella—Indio, CA
04/15/15—The Marquee—Tempe, AZ
04/18/15—Coachella—Indio, CA
04/20/15—House of Blues—New Orleans, LA
04/21/15—The Lyric Oxford—Oxford, MS
04/22/15—Georgia Theatre—Athens, GA
04/24/15—Mavericks at the Landing—Jacksonville, FL
04/25/15—Jannus Live—Saint Petersburg, FL
04/26/15—The Fillmore Miami Beach (Jackie Gleason Theater)—Miami Beach, FL
04/28/15—The Plaza Live—Orlando, FL
04/29/15—The Fillmore Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
05/01/15—House of Blues—Myrtle Beach, SC
05/02/15—The Ritz—Raleigh, NC
05/03/15—The Norva—Norfolk, VA
05/05/15—The National—Richmond, VA
05/06/15—Newport Music Hall—Columbus, OH
05/08/15—Bogart’s—Cincinnati, OH
05/09/15—The Fillmore Detroit—Detroit, MI
05/10/15—The Intersection—Grand Rapids, MI
05/12/15—Barrowland—Glasgow, UK
05/13/15—Academy—Manchester, UK
05/14/15—Roundhouse—London, UK
05/15/15—O2 Academy—Bristol, UK
05/17/15—Ronda—Utrecht, Netherlands
05/19/15—Mojo—Hamburg, Germany
05/20/15—Vega—Copenhagen, Denmark
05/21/15—C-Club—Berlin, Germany
05/23/15—Volkhaus—Zurich, Switzerland
05/24/15—Theatre Fabrik—Munich, Germany
05/25/15—Kantine—Cologne, Germany
05/26/15—Le Trianon—Paris, France
05/28/15—Primavera Sound —Barcelona, Spain
06/01/15—Sunshine Theater—Albuquerque, NM
06/02/15—Tricky Falls—El Paso, TX
06/04/15—Diamond Ballroom—Oklahoma City, OK
06/05/15—Bomb Factory—Dallas, TX
06/06/15—Emo’s—Austin, TX
06/07/15—Cain’s Ballroom—Tulsa, OK
06/09/15—Ziggy’s—Winston-Salem, NC
06/10/15—Rams Head Live—Baltimore, MD
06/12/15—Irving Plaza—New York, NY
06/13/15—The Dome at Oakdale Theatre—Wallingford, CT
06/14/15—Town Ballroom —Buffalo, NY
06/16/15—Mercury Ballroom—Louisville, KY
06/17/15—House of Blues—Clevelend, OH
06/19/15—Egyptian Room—Indianapolis, IN
06/20/15—The Pageant—Saint Louis, MO
06/21/15—The Blue Note—Columbia, MO
06/23/15—Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland—Kansas City, MO
06/24/15—Fox Theatre—Boulder, CO
06/26/15—Aggie Theatre—Fort Collins, CO
06/27/15—The Complex—Salt Lake City, UT
06/28/15—Top Hat Lounge—Missoula, MT
06/30/15—Knitting Factory Concert House—Spokane, WA
07/01/15—Showbox SoDo—Seattle, WA
07/02/15—Roseland Theater—Portland, OR
07/03/15—Fvded In The Park Fest—Surrey, British Columbia
07/16/15—Warehouse Live Ballroom—Houston, TX
07/17/15—Minglewood Hall—Memphis, TN
07/18/15—Soul Kitchen—Mobile, AL
07/19/15—Sloss Music & Arts Festival—Birmingham, AL
07/31/15—Concord Music Hall—Chicago, IL
07/31/15-08/01/15—Lollapalooza—Chicago, IL
07/31/15—Lollapalooza After Party—Chicago, IL
08/02/15—Osheaga—Montreal, Québec
08/12/15—Sziget Festival—Budapest, Hungary
08/13/15—Oya Festival—Oslo, Norway
08/14/15—Way Out West—Gothenburg, Sweden
08/16/15—Flow—Helsinki, Finland
08/18/15—Glavclub—Moscow, Russia
08/19/15—Glavclub—St. Petersurg, Russia
08/21/15—Nowa Muzyka Festival—Katowice, Poland
08/23/15—Cabaret Vert—Charleville-Mezieres, France
08/26/15—The Academy—Dublin, Ireland
08/28/15—Leeds Festival—Leeds, UK
08/30/15—Reading Festival—Reading, UK
09/11/15—Ax Hall—Seoul, South Korea
09/13/15—TBC—Tokyo, Japan

Splash image of Tyler, The Creator by Mark Peckmezian.

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