El-P and Killer Mike Detail Run the Jewels' Debut Album

El-P and Killer Mike Detail Run the Jewels' Debut Album
After weeks of teasing, El-P and Killer Mike having finally confirmed that their debut as Run the Jewels drops June 26 via Fool's Gold.

As expected, the 10-song freelease contains previously previewed cuts like the Big Boi-assisted "Banana Clipper" and follow-up single "Get It." It's now been revealed that it will also include "36" Chain," which recently went up for download as part of the Adult Swim Singles Program.

The full tracklisting, which you can see below, also reveals guest appearances from Prince Paul and Until the Ribbon Breaks. Plus, it features a closer called "A Christmas Fucking Miracle," which we'll be sure to play in our holiday mixes this winter.

While the release will initially appear as a free download, it will also be pressed on limited-edition vinyl and on CD in July. You can pre-order the album here. The double-LP set will feature instrumentals from the entire album on the bonus disc.

Following the release of the pair's self-titled LP, Run the Jewels head out on the road for a summer tour that lands them in a number of Canadian cities. You can see the schedule beneath the tracklisting.

Run the Jewels:

1. Run the Jewels

2. Banana Clipper [ft. Big Boi]

3. 36" Chain

4. DDFH

5. Sea Legs

6. Job Well Done [ft. Until the Ribbon Breaks]

7. No Come Down

8. Get It

9. Twin Hype Back [ft. Prince Paul]

10. A Christmas Fucking Miracle

Tour dates:

7/10 Ottawa, ON - Ottawa Bluesfest *

7/11 Toronto, ON - Hoxton *

7/12 Mariaville, NY - Camb Bisco *

7/13 Pittsburgh, PA - Altar Bar *

7/14 Louisville, KY - Forecastle Festival *

7/16 Nashville, TN - Exit In *

7/17 St. Louis, MO - Firebird *

7/18 Iowa City, IA - Gabe's Oasis *

7/19 Minneapolis, MN - Varsity Theater *

7/20 Madison, WI - UW Memorial Union *

7/21 Chicago, IL - Pitchfork Festival *

7/24 Edmonton, AB - Starlite Room *

7/25 Calgary, AB - Republik *

7/26 Vancouver, BC - Biltmore Cabaret *

7/27 Seattle, WA - Capitol Hill Block Party *

7/28 Portland, OR - Hawthorne Theatre *

7/30 San Francisco, CA - The Independent *

8/1 Los Angeles, CA - Echoplex *

8/2 Santa Ana, CA - The Observatory *

8/3 Phoenix, AZ - The Crescent Ballroom *

8/5 Austin, TX - Mohawk *

8/6 Baton Rouge, LA - Spanish Moon *

8/7 Atlanta, GA - Masquerade *

8/8 Asheville, NC - Orange Peel *

8/9 Chapel Hill, NC - Cat's Cradle *

8/10 Washington, DC - 9:30 Club *

8/12 Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer *

8/13 Boston, MA - Paradise *

8/14 New York, NY - Webster Hall *

* with Despot, Kool AD