Mount Kimbie Announce World Tour Including North American Dates

Following the announcement of their booking at The xx-curated ‘Night + Day’ festivals across Europe, electronic auteurs Mount Kimbie are pleased to confirm they will be heading back to SXSW for a special one-off show before full European and US tours kick off in the summer.

 

A distinguished live band, Mount Kimbie will be performing at the Boiler Room x Ray Ban SXSW party on March 16th. The band is also touring North America in May and June with Holy Other and Vinyl Williams, including a headlining show at New York’s Bowery Ballroom. Across the pond, Mount Kimbie also has been confirmed for Field Day, Sound City, London Calling and will soon be announcing two intimate headline London shows.

 

The South London duo, comprised of Dom Maker and Kai Campos, are currently putting the finishing touches to their sophomore album, recorded in their South London studio and due out on Warp this year. You can read more details on the album and recording of the band’s record here. Since the release of their critically lauded debut Crooks and Lovers on Hotflush Recordings, Mount Kimbie have played shows all over the world including Russia, China and North America, refining their live show to incorporate a drummer and quietly working on new material.

 

Upcoming Tour Dates

 

16 Mar – Boiler Room x Ray Ban SXSW Showcase, Austin, USA

2 May – Certain People @ Berghain, Berlin, DE (Tickets)

4 May – Sound City Festival, Liverpool, UK (Tickets)

5 May – Night + Day Festival, Lisbon, Portugal (with the XX) (Tickets)

10 May – Poolbar mit Pratersauna, Vienna, AT (Tickets)

11 May – Imagine Festival @ Kaserne, Basel, CH  (Tickets)

18 May – Night + Day Festival, Berlin, UK (with the XX) (Tickets)

24 May – London Calling @ Paradiso, Amsterdam, NL (Tickets)

25 May – Field Day, London, UK (Tickets)

30 May – Bowery Ballroom, New York, USA # (Tickets)

31 May – Union Transfer, Philadelphia, USA # (Tickets)

1 June – Black Cat, Washington, USA # (Tickets)

2 June – The Sinclair, Cambridge, USA # (Tickets)

4 June – SAT, Montreal, Canada # (Tickets)

5 June – The Hoxton, Toronto, Canada # (Tickets)

7 June – Magic Stick, Detroit, USA # (Tickets)

8 June – Lincoln, Chicago, USA # (Tickets)

9 June – Turner Hall Ballroom, Milwaukee, USA # (Tickets)

10 June – Fine Line Music Cafe, Minneapolis, USA # (Tickets)

13 June – Fortune Sound Club, Vancouver, Canada  # (Tickets)

14 June – Neumos, Seattle, USA # (Tickets)

15 June – Doug Fir Lounge, Portland, USA # (Tickets)

17 June – The Independent, San Francisco, USA # (Tickets)

18 June – Echoplex, Los Angeles, USA # (Tickets)

23 June – Night + Day Festival, Osterly Park, UK (with the XX) (Tickets)

# w/Holy Other

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