Australian psych rockers Tame Impala, who broke onto the scene last year on the heels of hotly-tipped support dates with MGMT and on the strength of their trippy debut album, Innerspeaker, will hit the road for their most ambitious North American tour to date, beginning with a spot at SoCal's Coachella fest April 15, then heading across the country into May.
After the tour, Tame Impala will head home to Australia to work on their second album. "It's a lot more -- what's the word? -- decadent," frontman Kevin Parker tells SPIN. "I'm giving in to temptation more. It's like if you got the album that's out now and gave it the Ninja Turtles ooze and turned it into a mutant version."
Tame Impala tour dates:
April 15, Indio, CA (Coachella Festival)
April 18, San Francisco, CA (The Fillmore)
April 20, Portland, OR (Wonder Ballroom)
April 21, Vancouver, BC (Commodore Ballroom)
April 22, Seattle, WA (Neumo's)
April 25, New York, NY (Webster Hall)
April 27, Philadelphia, PA (First Unitarian Church)
April 28, Boston, MA (Paradise Rock Club)
April 30, Montreal, QC (Café Campus)
May 1, Toronto, ONT (Phoenix Concert Theatre)
May 3, Chicago, IL (Lincoln Hall)
May 6, Washington, DC (Black Cat)