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Mogwai Premieres New Album Track "San Pedro"

Mogwai premiered “San Pedro,” another stellar track from the amazingly titled new album, Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will, which is set to be released on February 15, 2011 on Sub Pop Records in North America, and through the band’s very own label in the UK, Rock Action Records.

The track “Rano Pano” from the upcoming album will also be released as a 7” single on January 18th via Sub Pop, with the non-album track “Hasenheide” as the B-side. And if you pre-order the album on SubPop.com you get a pair of earplugs, and for anyone that has been to a Mogwai gig knows, this is the perfect accompaniment gift! Rock Action will release “Mexican Grand Prix” as a single on February 7th, along with the non-album b-side “Slight Domestic.”

Check Out the Premiere on Pitchfork or Snag the Download HERE.

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Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will tracklisting:


White Noise

Mexican Grand Prix

Rano Pano

Death Rays

San Pedro
Letters To The Metro

George Square Thatcher Death Party
How To Be A Werewolf

Too Raging To Cheers

You're Lionel Richie
 


There will also be a Limited Edition version of the album, which includes a bonus CD featuring a 26 minute long piece called "The Singing Mountain," recorded for Douglas Gordon and Olaf Nicolai’s "Monument for Forgotten Future" installation in Essen, Germany. The band will be bringing their awesome live show across the globe, kicking off their world tour with a 5 show stint in their native Scotland before heading out to Japan, Ireland, UK, Europe and US with one-off shows taking place in Tokyo, Japan on February 2nd, with more details to follow. Pre-sale tickets for the bands US tour are available now via mogwai.co.uk.

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North American Tour Dates:

Apr 19: 9.30 Club, Washington DC

Apr 20: Starlight Ballroom, Philadelphia

Apr 21: Webster Hall, New York

Apr 22: Webster Hall, New York

Apr 23: Paradise Rock Club, Boston

Apr 25: Olympia Theater, Montreal

Apr 26: Phoenix Concert Theatre, Toronto

Apr 27: Mr. Smalls Theatre, Pittsburgh

Apr 28: St. Andrews Hall, Detroit

Apr 29: Metro, Chicago

Apr 30: Slowdown, Omaha

May 2: Bluebird Theater, Denver

May 3: In The Venue, Salt Lake City

May 5: Wonder Ballroom, Portland

May 6: Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver

May 7: Showbox at the Market, Seattle

May 9: Regency Ballroom, San Francisco

May 10: Mayan Theater, Los Angeles

May 11: Belly Up Tavern, Solana Beach

May 13: Sunshine Theatre, Albuquerque

May 15: Granada Theatre, Dallas

May 16: Stubbs Waller Creek, Austin

May 17: Warehouse Live, Houston

May 19: Workplay Theater, Birmingham

May 20: Center Stage, Atlanta