Zach Condon and company return to 4AD.

Beirut will release the follow-up to 2011’s The Rip Tide in the Fall. Titled No No No, the album was recorded over a two week period during a cold, blizzard-filled New York winter, yet press materials promise Condon’s “most vibrant and spirited record to date.”

No No No is due out on September 11 via 4AD. For a taste of what to expect, stream the title track below. In edition, Beirut has announced a slate of tour dates; those follow, along with the album’s cover art and tracklist.

Beirut’s The Flying Club Cup was one of FACT’s 100 best albums of the 2000s. For more on the band’s new/old home, revisit our interview with 4AD boss Simon Halliday.

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1. Gibraltar
2. No No No
3. At Once
4. August Holland
5. As Needed
6. Perth
7. Pacheco
8. Fener
9. So Allowed

June 19th – Woodstock, NY, Bearsville Theatre
June 26th – Montreal, QC, Festival International de Jezz de Montreal
June 28th – Ottawa, ON, Ottawa Jazz Festival
July 16th – Pemberton, BC, Pemberton Music Festival
August 22nd – Portland, OR, Musicfest NW
September 14th – Brussels, AB, Ancienne Belgique
September 17th – Amsterdam, Paradiso
September 20th – Berlin, Columbiahalle
September 22nd – Paris, Zenith
September 24th – London, Brixton Academy
October 1st – New York, NY, Radio City Music Hall
October 4th – Santa Fe, NM, Santa Fe National Historic Landmark
October 6th – San Diego, CA, Open Air Theatre
October 7th – Los Angeles, CA, Hollywood Palladium
October 8th – Los Angeles, CA, Hollywood Palladium
October 10th – Berkeley, CA, Greek Theatre
October 13th – Seattle, WA, Paramount Theatre
November 3rd – Washington, DC, Lincoln Theatre
November 6th – Philadelphia, PA, Tower Theatre
November 7th – Boston, MA, House of Blues
November 10th – Chicago, IL, Riviera Theatre
November 13th – Toronto, ON, Danforth Music Hall
November 14th – Toronto, ON, Danforth Music Hall

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