Dirty Projectors Reveal Tour-Only 7-Inch

Dirty Projectors Reveal Tour-Only 7-Inch
Brooklyn pop eclectics (and current Exclaim! cover stars) Dirty Projectors have a new album, Swing Lo Magellan, coming out on Tuesday (July 10) through Domino, but it turns out that the LP isn't the only new music the band have on the way. They've also prepped a new tour-only seven-inch, which they'll be releasing in limited form.

As Consequence of Sound points out, the band posted a picture on Instagram showing a seven-inch record displaying the track title "Buckle Up." The accompanying message noted that the single includes "two new unreleased tracks."

UPDATE: The B-side is called "Desire to Love."

So how do you get your hands on a copy? Well, 200 singles will be given away to fans who show up to Dirty Projectors' release day show at Prospect Park in Brooklyn on Tuesday. The band's message suggests that these 200 copies may be the only time the single is ever available, and they wrote, "check back for password & details." So you might want to keep your eyes peeled to their Twitter account to learn more.

Frontman Dave Longstreth told Exclaim! that they have heaps of extra tracks left over from the Swing Lo Magellan sessions, so we may well be hearing yet more outtakes before long.

There's no word as to whether any more copies will be available at other dates on the tour. But see the schedule below, and take note of Canuck stops in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver.

Tour dates:

7/6 Toronto, ON - Danforth Music Hall*

7/7 Montreal, QC - Club Soda*

7/8 Boston, MA - Paradise Rock Club*
7/9 Brooklyn, NY - Music Hall of Williamsburg

7/10 Brooklyn, NY - Celebrate Brooklyn at Prospect Park*^

7/11 Pittsburgh, PA - Mr. Smalls*

7/13 Chicago, IL - Pitchfork Music Festival*

7/15 Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue*

7/17 St. Louis, MO - The Pageant^

7/18 Lawrence, KS - Granada Theater^

7/20 Denver, CO - Bluebird Nightclub^

7/21 Salt Lake City, UT - In The Venue^

7/23 Seattle, WA - Showbox^

7/24 Vancouver, BC - Commodore^

7/25 Portland, OR - Crystal Ballroom^

7/27 Oakland, CA - Fox Theater^

7/28 Los Angeles, CA - Wiltern^

7/29 San Diego, CA - House of Blues^

7/31 Marfa, TX - The Crowley Theatre^

8/2 Austin, TX - Emo's East^

8/3 Dallas, TX - Kessler Theater^

8/4 New Orleans, LA - House of Blues^

8/6 Orlando, FL - The Beacham Theatre %

8/7 Ft. Lauderdale, FL - Culture Room

8/9 Atlanta, GA - Variety Playhouse %

8/10 Asheville, NC - Orange Peel

8/11 Knoxville, TN - Bijou Theatre

8/13 Nashville, TN - Cannery Ballroom

8/14 Louisville, KY - Headliners Music Hall

8/15 Pontiac, MI - The Crofoot Ballroom

8/16 Washington, DC - 9:30 Club^

8/18 Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer^
8/19 Boston MA - Paradise Rock Club

9/1 Philadelphia PA - Made in America Festival

9/27 Cincinnati OH - Midpoint Music Festival

9/28 Urbana IL - Pygmalion Music Festival

9/29 Madison WI - Majestic Theatre

9/30 Milwaukee WI - Pabst Theatre

10/9 Tokyo, Japan - O-East

10/10 Nagoya, Japan - Club Quattro

10/11 Osaka, Japan - Club Quattro

10/14 Manchester, UK - Gorilla

10/15 Glasgow, UK - The Arches

10/17 London, UK - Roundhouse

10/18 Paris, France - La Gaite Lyrique

10/20 Brussels, Belgium - Ancienne Belgique

10/21 Nijmegen, Netherlands - Doornroosje

10/23 Amsterdam, Netherlands - Melkweg

10/24 Hamburg, Germany - Uebel & Gefährlich

10/25 Aarhus, Denmark - VOXHALL

10/27 Göteborg, Sweden - Pustervik

10/28 Oslo, Norway - Rockefeller

10/30 Stockholm, Sweden - Debaser Medis

10/31 Copenhagen, Denmark - Vega

11/1 Berlin, Germany - Berghain

11/3 Reykjavik, Iceland - Iceland Airwaves

* with Purity Ring

^ with Wye Oak
% with POP ETC