The Temper Trap Announces North American Tour

In support of The Temper Trap’s self-titled release, out June 5th on Glassnote/Columbia Records, the band has exclusively announced new tour dates with Rolling for a North American tour starting June 5th in New York City and ending June 19th in Vancouver. The band is currently playing a handful of sold-out underplay shows in major cities including New York, Los Angeles and Chicago. At these shows they’ve debuted new tracks including “Need Your Love” and “Rabbit Hole.”

Visit who spoke to lead singer Dougy Mandagi about the upcoming summer tour and new album:

Check out two new tracks from the upcoming album:
“Need Your Love”
“Rabbit Hole”

‘The Temper Trap’ is the follow up to 2009’s debut long-player ‘Conditions’. Featuring the singles “Fader,” “Love Lost” and “Sweet Disposition,” the album was one of the breakthrough successes of the year and has now sold over 800,000 copies worldwide. The latest release will be the band’s first as a newly-expanded five-piece outfit following the permanent addition of Joseph Greer on keyboard and guitar. The self-titled album will feature 12 new songs recorded in Los Angeles with producer Tony Hoffer (Beck, M83, Phoenix).

The Temper Trap on tour:
6/5 New York City – Terminal 5
6/7 Boston, MA – House of Blues
6/7-10 Manchester, TN – Bonnaroo
6/10 Dallas, TX – House of Blues &
6/11 Austin, TX – Stubbs &
6/13 San Diego, CA – House of Blues &
6/15 Los Angeles, CA – The Palladium &
6/16 San Francisco, CA – The Warfield &
6/17 Portland, OR – Roseland Ballroom &
6/18 Seattle, WA – Showbox &
6/19 Vancouver, BC – Malkin Bowl &

& Crocodiles will be opening

Track listing:
1. Need Your Love
2. London’s Burning
3. Trembling Hands
4. The Sea Is Calling
5. Miracle
6. This Isn’t Happiness
7. Where Do We Go From Here
8. Never Again
9. Dreams
10. Rabbit Hole
11. I’m Gonna Wait
12. Leaving Heartbreak Hotel

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