FUCKED UP PREMIERE NEW SONG & ANNOUNCE ‘ZODIAC’ TOUR DATES

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Listen to “California Cold” on Stereogum / See Fucked Up on tour in May, June & July

Year of the Hare available June 16th, 2015

Fucked Up are one of the most prolific hardcore punk bands of our generation. Since their 2001 inception, they’ve challenged listeners with thoughtful artful chaos and a seemingly limitless drive for musical experimentation. Because of this, they’ve also become a record collectors worst nightmare; releasing over 80 recordings and collaborations on countless labels that include Arts & Crafts, Matador, Jade Tree, and more. Year of the Hare is the latest installment of their Zodiac themed releases. Over a two year period, it was recorded and constructed at Electrical Audio, Key Club Studios, and Candle Studios. Title track “Year of the Hare” is a 21 minute epic that frantically mixes traditional instrumentation, piano/synths, flutes and sax, experimental editing/soundscapes, and guest vocals from great Isla Craig into one dizzying experience. B-Side “California Cold” slowly builds and deconstructs over an 8 and a half minute stretch – listen to the song now on Stereogum.com.

To mark the release of Year of the Hare (available June 16th from Deathwish), Fucked Up will expand their live lineup to 9 members by including friends DOOMSQUAD to embark on a string of exclusive Zodiac shows. Fucked Up will perform a different set of Zodiac songs each night; many of these songs have never been played live before, and this tour will allow the band to flex a more improvisational and experimental muscle, while retaining all of the power and frenzy of a Fucked Up show. Check out tour dates below and keep up with Fucked Up via their website.

FUCKED UP – ON TOUR
May 1 Firehouse Pizza & Pub – Normal, IL
May 2 Loving Touch (Blowout Festival) – Ferndale, MI
May 9 Ritual Nightclub – Ottawa, ON
May 22 Hangar – Dublin, Ireland
May 23 Liverpool Sound City – Liverpool,UK
May 24 The Marble Factory – Bristol, UK
May 25 Gold Sounds – Leeds University Student Union – Leeds, UK
May 26 Koko – London, UK
May 28 Stereolux – Nantes, France
May 29 This Is Not A Love Song Festival – Paloma – Nimes, France
May 30 Primavera Sound Festival – Barcelona, Spain
May 31 Apolo – Barcelona, Spain
June 26 The Wick – Brooklyn, NY
June 27 Monty Hall – Jersey City, NJ
June 28 International House Philadelphia – Philadelphia, PA
June 29 Howard Theatre – Washington, DC
July 1 Southern Pine Company – Savannah, GA
July 2 Eyedrum Gallery – Atlanta, GA
July 3 Saturn – Birmingham, AL
July 5 Third Man – Nashville, TN
July 6 The Garfield Park Conservatory – Chicago, IL
July 24 Wayhome Festival – Oro-Medonte, ON

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