Today, Unknown Mortal Orchestra releases the roomy-disco medication-meditation, "Everyone Acts Crazy Nowadays". The third track to be shared from his forthcoming album, Sex & Food, released on 6th April 2018 via Jagjaguwar, is perhaps his most straightforward dance song yet.The track was leaked early to fans who pre-ordered Sex & Food via a mysterious package that arrived last Thursday.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra, the mastermind of the New Zealand-born, Portland, Oregon-based musician Ruban Nielson, today also announces a live show at London’s Royal Albert Hall on 21st November 2018. Tickets are on pre-sale tomorrow and on general sale on Thursday at 9am here. The London show at The Roundhouse on 24th May 2018 is now sold out, two months upfront of the date. The band will also play live in Bristol, Manchester and Leeds in May, and have multiple European shows as well as an extensive North American run. Full live dates are listed below.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra returns to the world with a new song and a bounty of tour dates that span the globe. There will be 4 UK shows with a London date at The Roundhouse on May 24th 2018. The new song, "American Guilt," hints at more new material to come, while the dates indicate that this will be a busy year for the band. Tickets for the new dates go on sale Friday January 26th at 10AM local time.