Priests Announce New Album The Seduction of Kansas

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Priests Announce New Album <i>The Seduction of Kansas</i>

Priests have officially announced the follow-up to 2017’s Nothing Feels Natural, titled The Seduction of Kansas, due out April 5 on Sister Polygon. The band has also shared the video for the album’s title track, directed by vocalist Katie Alice Greer.

The band’s sophomore record, the unveiling of which they teased this past weekend, was produced by John Congleton, who has contributed production for the likes of St. Vincent, Angel Olsen, Blondie, Lucy Dacus and Alvvays. The Seduction of Kansas also features work from multi-instrumentalist Janel Leppin and new touring bassist Alexandra Tyson.

Priests have also announced a world tour that kicks off in Savannah, Ga., in March. Check out the dates below, along with the details of The Seduction of Kansas and the video for its title track. Revisit our 2017 feature on Priests here.

The Seduction of Kansas Tracklist:
01. Jesus’ Son
02. The Seduction of Kansas
03. Youtube Sartre
04. I’m Clean
05. Ice Cream
06. Good Time Charlie
07. 68 Screen
08. Not Perceived
09. Control Freak
10. Carol
11. Interlude
12. Texas Instruments

The Seduction of Kansas Album Art:

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Priests Tour Dates:

March
08 – Savannah, Ga. @ Savannah Stopover Music Festival
09 – Birmingham, Ala. @ The Firehouse
11-15 – Austin, Texas @ SXSW
17 – Nashville, Tenn. @ Exit / In
18 – Knoxville, Tenn. @ The Pilot Light

April
15 – Philadelphia, Pa. @ Union Transfer
16 – Brooklyn, N.Y. @ Elsewhere
18 – Cambridge, Mass. @ The Sinclair
19 – Montreal, Que. @ Casa Del Popolo
20 – Toronto, ON @ The Garrison
21 – Detroit, Mich. @ El Club
22 – Chicago, Ill. @ Lincoln Hall
25 – Madison, Wis. @ High Noon Saloon
26 – Minneapolis, Minn. @ 7th Street Entry
27 – Omaha, Neb. @ Reverb
28 – Des Moines, Iowa @ Vaudeville Mews
30 – Bloomington, Ind. @ The Bishop

May
01 – Columbus, Ohio @ Ace of Cups
11 – Brighton, U.K. @ The Great Escape
12 – Bristol, U.K. @ Rough Trade
13 – Manchester, U.K. @ YES (Pink Room)
14 – Glasgow, U.K. @ The Hug and Pint
15 – Leeds, U.K. @ Brudenell Social Club
16 – London, U.K. @ 100 Club
17 – Lille, France @ Aeronef
18 – Paris, France @ Supersonic
20 – Brussels, Belgium @ Botanique (Witloof Bar)
21 – Cologne, Germany @ Bumann & Sohn
22 – Munich, Germany @ Import/Export
23 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Rote Fabrik
24 – Heidelberg, Germany @ Queer Festival (Karlstorbahnhof)
25 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ London Calling
27 – Aarhus, Denmark @ Tape
28 – Copenhagen, Denmark @ Loppen
29 – Berlin, Germany @ Kantine am Berghain
30 – Hamburg, Germany @ Hafenklag (Goldener Salon)
31 – Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands @ Best Kept Secret Festival

June
01 – Neustrelitz, Germany @ Immergut Festival
15 – Washington, D.C. @ 9:30 Club
16 – Durham, N.C. @ The Pinhook
17 – Atlanta, Ga. @ Drunken Unicorn
18 – New Orleans, La. @ Gasa Gasa
20 – Houston, Texas @ White Oak Music Hall
21 – Austin, Texas @ Barracuda
22 – Dallas, Texas @ Club Dada
24 – Albuquerque, N.M. @ Sister
25 – Phoenix, Ariz. @ Valley Bar
26 – San Diego, Calif. @ Soda Bar
27 – Los Angeles, Calif. @ Teragram Ballroom
29 – Oakland, Calif. @ Starline Social Club

July
01 – Portland, Ore. @ Polaris Hall
02 – Vancouver, B.C. @ Biltmore Cabaret
03 – Seattle, Wash. @ Neumos
06 – Salt Lake City, Utah @ Kilby Court
07 – Denver, Colo. @ Lost Lake
09 – Kansas City, Mo. @ The Record Bar
10 – St. Louis, Mo. @ Off Broadway

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