Sam Herring & Co. will be seeing a lot of the country in July...
In addition to their monster Iveagh Gardens show in Dublin on July 6, Future Islands have confirmed additional summer dates in Dolan's, Limerick (July 3), Opera House, Cork (4) and Black Box, Galway (5).
Tickets priced €35 go on sale on Friday March 3.
The band will be showcasing The Far Field, their new album which drops on April 7 and, in addition to digital, CD, black and white vinyl and cassette, will be available as a first-of-its-kind miniature LP.
The full-track listing is:
02 Time on Her Side
04 Beauty of the Road
06 Through the Roses
07 North Star
08 Ancient Water
10 Day Glow Fire
12 Black Rose
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