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General News / July 24, 2017

LCD Soundsystem are finally coming back to Dublin

General News / July 24, 2017

LCD Soundsystem are finally coming back to Dublin

James Murphy and Co. have today announced that they’ll make their first trip back to Dublin since the reformation of LCD Soundsystem in 2015.  Three shows have been announced so far, taking place on September 27th/28th/29th at the Olympia Theatre.

Murphy recently took to social media to confirm that the new LCD record is “finally done” having already teased out lead tracks ‘Call The Police’ and ‘American Dream’.

Tickets are priced at €54.50 inclusive of booking fee and Olympia restoration levy and go on sale from Ticketmaster this Friday (July 28th) from 9am.

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Photo Credit: Rolling Stone