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Dusky Announces March US Mini-Tour and Drops Hints of Sophomore Album Release

A sample from their long-awaited second LP can be heard on a promo video.
February 14, 2016, 4:00pm
Photo courtesy of Luke Dyson

Hot on the heels of their recently released Lydia Ep, the UK deep house duo Dusky has just announced a brief 5-date US tour. Members Nick Harriman and Alfie Granger-Howell will dot the North American continent from Washington D.C. to Denver, before heading to Miami to present a showcase for the city's Music Week festival. Details below.

March 10 - Washington, DC @ U-Street Music Hall
March 11- Boston, MA @ Bijou
March 12 - Dallas, TX @ It'll Do
March 13 - Denver, CO @ Beta
March 16 Miami, FL @ Treehouse for Dusky Presents w/ Heidi, Black Madonna, Jackmaster, and Honey Soundsystem

In other Dusky news, the duo will put aside the turntables and bring on the synths and drum machines when they perform their first ever live show on April 16 at London's Village Underground. The live show coincides with a promo video sampling new material from their long-awaited second LP: "Not all of the music we've been making necessarily fits into our standard DJ sets," the duo told DJ Mag, confirming that they were at work on their sophomore album. "But all of it has a deep connection with electronic music and the dancefloor culture that surrounds it, which is what led us to conceive our live show." Dusky's debut Stick by This was released in 2011 and a string of EPs have followed since.

Watch the promo video and listen to the Lydia EP below