Disappears @ Do Division 2013 (more by Kirstie Shanley)

Chicago's Disappears are set to release a new full-length album, called Era, on August 27 via longtime label Kranky. The band haven't shared any cuts from it yet, but we should be hearing something soon. They've already dropped a pair of 12"s so far this year, titled A New House in a New Town and Kone, the latter of which you can stream at the bottom of this post.

Brooklyn transplants Weekend are also prepping a new LP, titled Jinx, for release on July 22 via Slumberland Records. The goth-y trio have shared a pair of singles from Jinx, called "Mirror" and "It's Alright," which you can take a listen to below. They've also mapped a fall North American tour in support of the LP, and many of those dates are co-headlining gigs with Disappears. One of those is a performance at the Empty Bottle on September 20. Advance tickets for the Chicago show are on sale now.

All Weekend // Disappears dates and those song streams are below...

Weekend - "It's Alright"

Weekend - "Mirror"

Disappears -- Kone 12"

Disappears - "Replicate"

Weekend - 2013 Tour Dates
07/26 The Independent (Jinx release show) San Francisco
07/28 The Echo (Part Time Punks) Los Angeles
08/16 Music Hall of Williamsburg (with Medicine) Brooklyn, NY
09/04 Brillobox Pittsburgh, PA
09/05 The Loving Touch Ferndale, MI
09/06 The Cactus Club Milwaukee, WI*
09/07 7th St. Entry Minneapolis, MN*
09/09 Hi Dive Denver, CO*
09/14 The Void (San Diego Music Thing) San Diego, CA*
09/18 Red 7 Austin, TX*
09/19 Replay Lounge Lawrence, KS*
09/20 Empty Bottle Chicago, IL*
09/21 Off Broadway St. Louis, MO
09/22 Beachland Tavern Cleveland, OH
09/24 Double Happiness Columbus, OH
09/25 The High Watt Nashville, TN
09/26 529 Atlanta, GA
09/27 Strange Matter Richmond, VA
09/28 Local 506 Chapel Hill, NC
10/19 The Ottobar (Unregistered Nurse Fest) Baltimore, MD*
10/20 Johnny Brenda's Philadelphia, PA*
10/23 Church Boston, MA*
10/24 Il Motore Montreal, QC*
10/25 The Garrison Toronto, ON*
10/26 Bug Jar Rochester, NY

* = co-headlining with Disappears

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