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Vampire Weekend have dropped a new video for ‘Sunflower’, and details of a new European tour for November

New album ‘Father of the Bride’ is due 3rd May.
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Published: 1:21 pm, March 14, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Vampire Weekend have dropped a new video for ‘Sunflower’, and details of a new European tour for November

Vampire Weekend have shared a new video for ‘Sunflower’.

It’s one of the band’s latest teaser tracks from upcoming new album ‘Father of the Bride’, due 3rd May, with the video directed by Jonah Hill.

They’ve also announced a new UK tour today (Thursday 14th March), which will see them play London’s Ally Pally on 13th November, in addition to their underplays in March.

Catch them live:

MARCH
21 EartH, London, UK
22 Islington Assembly Hall, London, UK (evening show)
23 Islington Assembly Hall, London, UK (morning show)

NOVEMBER
07 Usher Hall, Edinburgh
08 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
11 Academy, Birmingham
13 Alexandria Palace, London

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FOTB Tour pt. 2 is on sale Friday, March 22 at 10am local. Pre-order the album for early access to UK & Paris tickets at the link in bio.

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