Yeah Yeah Yeahs have introduced a trio of live shows in North America later this 12 months.
The New York band will kick off their run on the MGM Music Corridor in Boston on November 6, The Met in Philadelphia on November 8 and Historical past in Toronto on November 11.
Tickets, which you should buy right here, go on sale this Friday (September 15) at 10am EST (3pm BST) and a presale will probably be held tomorrow on the identical time.
The live shows comply with their latest present with The Strokes at All Factors East in London final month.
Earlier this 12 months, the band commemorated the twentieth anniversary of their debut album ‘Fever To Inform’ with the discharge of a half-hour documentary.
There Is No Trendy Romance was shot on the band’s 2002 tour by their frequent collaborator Patrick Daughters.
The documentary isn’t the one main filmic undertaking Yeah Yeah Yeahs have been related to lately. They have been additionally part of Meet Me At The Lavatory, a movie adaptation of the oral historical past by Lizzy Goodman’s acclaimed oral historical past of the early 2000s New York Metropolis music scene. Frontwoman Karen O is proven in footage from beforehand unseen interview tapes, relating her journey from Ohio’s Oberlin Faculty by way of the New York anti-folk scene.
“She’s an individual with a duality to her, beginning together with her personal ethnic id, being blended race, however then she’s nearly like two individuals,” director Dylan Southern beforehand instructed NME. “There’s a Jekyll and Hyde facet to her in that she’s very, very shy, and never very forthcoming in actual life however then on stage she’s created this monster. It was very liberating for her to be that individual, but it surely was additionally extremely harmful. I believe the load of the viewers’s expectations on how loopy or how far she would go on stage was the factor that took its toll finally.”
Reviewing the movie, NME awarded it 4 stars and mentioned it makes for “a vigorous snapshot of a really thrilling interval in rock historical past. Veterans and newcomers alike ought to test it out”.