Trouble Will Find Me, The National’s new album is released this week. The sixth studio album for the Brooklyn band, it follows the critical and commercial success of High Violet in 2010. The album is the most self-assured collection of songs produced by The National in its 14-year career.
Having last night premiered their new album live, Trouble Will Find Me, at an intimate show at The Michelberger Hotel in Berlin, The National are today announcing a European tour that will take place at the end of the year.
Taking in ten countries, tickets for the tour will go on sale shortly, with a fan's pre-sale happening first. Dates vary slightly for when tickets will go on sale so please check The National's website www.americanmary.com for further information.
Trouble Will Find Me, The National’s new album will be released on 4AD on May 20th & 21st. This is the fifth studio album for the Brooklyn band, and follows 2010’s critical and commercial success High Violet. The album is the most self-assured collection of songs produced by The National in its 14-year career. In an interview with UK’s UNCUT Magazine, front man Matt Berninger described the songs as more “immediate and visceral” than their previous work. Trouble Will Find Me possesses a directness, a coherency and an approachability that suggests The National are at their most confident.
Following the announcement of their return to New York on June 5th at Barclay’s Center, The National are pleased to announce their North American and European summer tour. The tour begins on May 16th and covers the eastern United States and Canada before heading to Europe.. Highlights include Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Tennessee in June and Cincinnati's Bunbury music festival on July 14th.
Tickets for the National’s tour go on sale on Friday, 1st...