Moon Duo Return with New Album 'Stars Are the Light'

The duo have also revealed its title track and a world tour
Moon Duo Return with New Album 'Stars Are the Light'
Two years on from releasing their Occult Architecture diptych, Moon Duo have lifted the curtain on a follow-up effort.

Titled Stars Are the Light, the latest full-length from Ripley Johnson and Sanae Yamada arrives September 27 through Sacred Bones. Eight tracks in length, the album was mixed in Portugal by Spacemen 3's Sonic Boom.

Working with elements '70s funk and '90s rave, Stars Are the Light's eight tracks are said to explore "embodied human experience — love, change, misunderstanding, internal struggle, joy, misery, alienation, discord, harmony, celebration — rendered as a kind of dance of the self, both in relation to other selves and to the eternal dance of the cosmos."

A first listen arrives with the album's title track, which can be heard below. Moon Duo have also mapped out a world headlining tour, which they'll kick off in October.

Three Canadian dates have been included on the run. The duo will play Montreal's Société des arts technologiques (SAT) on November 16 before heading to Toronto's Longboat Hall on November 18. They'll wrap up the tour at Vancouver's Hollywood Theatre on November 27.

Stars Are the Light is now available for pre-order.

Stars Are the Light:

1. Flying
2. Stars Are The Light
3. Fall In Your Love
4. The World And The Sun
5. Lost Heads
6. Eternal Shore
7. Eye 2 Eye
8. Fever Night

Tour dates:

10/17 Ghent, BE - Videodroom
10/18 Krakow, PL - Malopolski Garden Of The Arts
10/20 Amsterdam, DK - Paradiso Noord
10/21 Berlin, DE - Volksbuhne
10/23 Zurich, CH - Bogen F
10/24 Vevey, CH - Rocking Chair
10/26 Angers, FR - Le Chabada
10/28 London, UK - Earth
10/29 Manchester, UK - Dancehouse
10/30 Liverpool, UK - Invisible Wind Factory
10/31 Glasgow, UK - BAAD
11/01 Birmingham, UK - The Crossing
11/02 Leeds, UK - Brudenell
11/04 Brighton, UK - St. Bartholomew's Church
11/05 Paris, FR - Petit Bain
11/09 Utrecht, NL - Le Guess Who
11/12 Brooklyn, NY - Music Hall of Williamsburg
11/13 Philadelphia, PA - Underground Arts
11/14 Washington, DC - Rock & Roll Hotel
11/15 Kingston, NY - BSP
11/16 Montreal, QC - Société des arts technologiques (SAT)
11/18 Toronto, ON - Longboat Hall
11/19 Detroit, MI - MOCAD
11/20 Chicago, IL - Thalia Hall
11/22 Los Angeles, CA - Lodge Room
11/25 Portland, OR - Wonder Ballroom
11/26 Seattle, WA - Neumos
11/27 Vancouver, BC - Hollywood Theatre