Youth Lagoon to Tour with Porcelain Raft, Death Cab For Cutie

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Youth Lagoon, who released one of your favorite albums of 2011 has been touring long and hard and has just announced some Spring dates with fellow dreamy up-and-comer, Porcelain Raft, as well as some dates with Death Cab For Cutie for their “orchestral tour.” Check them out below:

Apr 02 – Radio Radio, Indianapolis IN ^
Apr 03 – Off Broadway, St Louis MO ^
Apr 10 – Crescent Ballroom, Phoenix AZ ^
Apr 11 – Porter’s Pub, San Diego CA ^
Apr 12 – Troubadour, Los Angeles CA ^
Apr 13 – The Independent, San Francisco CA ^
Apr 14 – Harlow’s, Sacramento CA ^
Apr 27 – New York, NY – Beacon Theatre *
Apr 30 – Washington, DC – Strathmore *
May 01 – Knoxville, TN – Tennessee Theatre *
May 03 – Austin, TX – ACL Live *
May 04 – Dallas, TX – McFarlin Auditorium *
May 06 – Mesa, AZ – Mesa Arts Center *
May 07 – Los Angeles, CA – Disney Hall *
May 09 – Oakland, CA – Fox Theater *
May 13 – Seattle, WA Paramount Theatre *

^ With Porcelain Raft
* With Death Cab For Cutie

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