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Check out two new Vampire Weekend tracks, 'Sunflower' and 'Big Blue' as the band announce three intimate London shows

Fourth album 'Father of the Bride' is due to drop this May, 'FYI'.
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Published: 5:36 pm, March 06, 2019
Check out two new Vampire Weekend tracks, 'Sunflower' and 'Big Blue' as the band announce three intimate London shows

Vampire Weekend have dropped two more tracks from their forthcoming album 'Father of the Bride'.

'Sunflower' and 'Big Blue' are the third and fourth songs to preview the band's fourth full-length, which is set to arrive on 3rd May.

'Sunflower' features Steve Lacy of The Internet, and was produced by Ariel Rechtshaid and the band's Ezra Koenig, while 'Big Blue' also features additional production from DJ Dahi. You can check them both out in full below.

Vampire Weekend are also set to play three intimate London shows later this month, with fans who pre-order the record getting a first dibs on tickets. Held between 21st and 23rd March, a pre-sale will be held on Wednesday 13th March, with a general sale from 10am on Thursday, 14th March.

The dates read:

March
21 EartH, London
22 Islington Assembly Hall, London
23 Islington Assembly Hall, London

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