Unknown Mortal Orchestra Share New Rework, Announce Expansive Tour

UMO also have a huge tour on the way.

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra set their sights on SILICON‘s “Cellphone” for their latest remix. For those not in the know, SILICON is the brainchild and main project of Kody Neilson, brother of UMO’s Ruban Neilson. In the past, Kody Neilson has also contributed to Unknown Mortal Orchestra albums as a studio musician. His brother Ruban is also the UMO member primarily responsible for today’s drop. UMO have coupled the release of their new rework with a tour announcement. Starting next month, UMO will hit the road and embark on a four-month trek. What begins at a festival in Paris will later be joined by Lower Dens and conclude in New York City. You can listen to the UMO rework of “Cellphone” above, and check out their tour-dates (courtesy of Pitchfork) below. Earlier in the year, Unknown Mortal Orchestra released their third studio album, Multi-Love.

Unknown Mortal Orchestra – 2015-2016 Tour Dates

10-29-30-31 Paris, France – Pitchfork Music Festival
11-01 Tourcoing, France – Le Grand Mix
11-02 Brussels, Belgium – AB Box
11-03 Esch-Sur-Alzette, Luxembourg – Kulturfabrik
11-06 Zurich, Switzerland – Aktionshalle
11-07 Ravenna, Italy – Bronson
11-08 Geneva, Switzerland – Usine
11-09 Lyon, France – Le Marche Gare
11-11 Barcelona, Spain – Apolo
11-12 Madrid, Spain – Penelope
11-13 Lisbon, Portugal – Armazem F
11-14 Porto, Portugal – Hard Club
11-16 Istanbul, Turkey – Salon Iksv
11-18 Tel Aviv, Israel – Reading 3
12-03 Perth, Australia – Astor Theatre
12-04 Sydney, Australia – Metro Theatre
12-05 Berry, Australia – Fairgrounds Festival
12-06 Brisbane, Australia – Triffid
12-08 Richmond, Australia – Corner Hotel
12-09 Melbourne, Australia – 170 Russell
12-11-13 Meredith, Australia – Meredith Music Festival
12-12 Auckland, New Zealand – St. James Theatre
12-14 Wellington, New Zealand – Bodega
12-15 Christchurch, New Zealand – Allen St
12-16-17 Dunedin, New Zealand – Chicks Hotel
01-28 Vancouver, British Columbia – The Rickshaw Theatre *
01-29 Seattle, WA – Neptune *
02-01 San Francisco, CA – The Fillmore *
02-02 Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory *
02-03 Los Angeles, CA – The Fonda Theatre *
02-05 El Paso, TX – Lowbrow Palace *
02-06 San Antonio, TX – Paper Tiger *
02-07 Austin, TX – Emo’s *
02-08 Houston, TX – Numbers *
02-09 Dallas, TX – Trees *
02-11 New Orleans, LA – Republic New Orleans *
02-12 Birmingham, AL – Saturn *
02-13 Nashville, TN – Exit In *
02-14 Asheville, NC – Orange Peel *
02-16 Richmond, VA – The National *
02-17 Washington, DC – 9:30 Club *
02-18 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer *
02-19-20 New York, NY – Irving Plaza *

* with Lower Dens

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