Dinosaur Jr reveal Give A Glimpse Of What Yer Not

Dinosaur Jr
Dinosaur Jr

Dinosaur Jr will release their latest album Give A Glimpse Of What Yer Not on August 5.

It’ll be J Mascis and co’s first material since 2012’s I Bet On Sky – and the news was confirmed by Henry Rollins in a teaser video.

He says: “Like every other Dinosaur Jr record, it is fantastic. They are one of my favourite bands and one of the best live bands ever. I can’t wait for you to hear this record – you’re going to love it.”

In addition, the band will embark on an extensive run of dates across Europe, North America, Japan and the UK over the coming months, including shows with Jane’s Addiction in July.

Give A Glimpse Of What Yer Not is available for pre-order.

Dinosaur Jr Give A Glimpse Of What Yer Not tracklist

  1. Goin Down
  2. Tiny
  3. Be A Part
  4. I Told Everyone
  5. Love Is…
  6. Good To Know
  7. I Walk For Miles
  8. Lost All Day
  9. Knocked Around
  10. Mirror
  11. Left/Right

Dinosaur Jr 2016 tour dates

Jun 02: Villeurbanne Transbordeur, France
Jun 03: Barcelona Primavera, Spain
Jun 04: Nimes Paloma, France
Jun 05: Mannheim Maifeld Derby, Germany
Jun 07: Leipzig Taubchenthal, Germany
Jun 08: Prague Lucerna Music Bar, Czech Republic
Jun 09: Basel Kaserne, Switzlerland
Jun 10: Porto Nos Primavera Sound, Portugal
Jun 11: Bern Dachstock, Switzerland
Jun 13: Erlangen E-Werk, Germany
Jun 15: Kortrijk De Kreun, Belgium
Jun 16: Sinaai De Casino, Belgium
Jun 17: Duisburg Traumzeit, Germany
Jun 18: Hilvarenbeek Best Kept Secret Festival, Netherlands
Jun 19: Six-Fours-Les-Plages Pointu Festival, France
Jun 21: Sesto San Giovanni Carroponte Spazio Mil, Italy
Jun 22: San Gemini Camp Della Giostra, Italy
Jun 23: Padua Parco Della Musica, Italy
Jun 24: Zagreb Tvornica Kulture, Croatia
Jul 14: Pawtucket The Met, RI
Jul 15: Brooklyn Coney Island Boardwalk Amphitheatre, NY (With Jane’s Addiction)
Jul 16: Asbury Park Stone Pony Summer Stage , NJ (With Jane’s Addiction)
Jul 17: Port Chester The Capitol Theatre, NY (With Jane’s Addiction)
Jul 19: Boston Blue Hills Bank Pavilion, MA (With Jane’s Addiction)
Jul 20: Philadelphia The Fillmore, PA (With Jane’s Addiction)
Jul 22: Sterling Heights Freedom Hill Amphitheatre, MI (With Jane’s Addiction)
Jul 23: Cleveland Jacobs Pavillion, OH (With Jane’s Addiction)
Jul 24: Cincinnati The Woodward Theater, OH
Jul 25: Indianapolis Murat Theatre, IN
Aug 14: Atlanta The Wrecking Ball Festival, GA
Aug 20: Tokyo Hostess Club All Nighter, Japan
Sep 07: New Haven College Street Music Hall, CT
Sep 08: Washington 9:30 Club, DC
Sep 09: Norfolk The Norva, VA
Sep 10: Charlotte Neighborhood Theatre, NC
Sep 11: Asheville The Orange Peel, NC
Sep 13: Birmingham Saturn, AL
Sep 14: New Orleans Tipitina’s Uptown, LA
Sep 15: Houston White Oak Music Hall, TX
Sep 16: Austin City Limites Live, TX
Sep 17: Dallas Granada Theater, TX
Sep 19: Phoenix The Crescent Ballroom, AZ
Sep 20: Solana Beach Belly Up Tavern, CA
Sep 22: Los Angeles Teragram Ballroom, CA
Sep 23: Los Angeles Teragram Ballroom, CA
Sep 24: Pioneertown Papy & Harriet’s, CA
Sep 26: San Francisco The Independent, CA
Sep 27: San Francisco The Independent, CA
Sep 28: San Francisco The Independent, CA
Sep 29: Portland Crystal Ballroom, OR
Sep 30: Vancouver Commodore Ballroom, BC
Oct 01: Seattle The Showbox, WA
Oct 03: Salt lake City The Depot, UT
Oct 04: Denver Bluebird Theater, CO
Oct 05: Denver Bluebird Theater, CO
Oct 07: Minneapolis First Avenue, MN
Oct 08: Chicago Metro, IL
Oct 09: Millvale Mr. Small’s Theatre, PA
Oct 29: Groningen Vera, Netherlands
Oct 30: Luxembourg Den Atelier, Luxembourg
Oct 31: Paris Elysee Monmatre, France
Nov 01: Brussels AB, Belgium
Nov 04: Holstein Rolling Stone Weekender, Switzerland
Nov 05: Malmo KB, Sweden
Nov 06: Oslo Vulkan, Norway
Nov 08: Stockholm Debaser Medis, Sweden
Nov 09: Copenhagen Amager Bio, Denmark
Nov 10: Aarhus Voxhall, Denmark
Nov 11: Berlin Astra, Germany
Nov 14: Bristol Motion, UK
Nov 15: Dublin Vicar Street, Ireland
Nov 17: Glasgow O2 ABC, UK
Nov 18: London Forum, UK
Nov 19: Manchester Albert Hall, UK

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