Tame Impala: 2020 Tour Dates Announced Supporting New Album ‘The Slow Rush’

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Earlier this week, Kevin Parker, mastermind behind the monumentally successful and acclaimed indie/psychedelic-rock band Tame Impala announced an anticipated new album, The Slow Rush.

It’ll be released on Valentine’s Day in early 2020, and came with the premiere of a song titled “It Might Be Time”:

On Friday, a few Tame Impala tour dates were announced for Spring 2020, with plenty more in the works to be announced in the near future:

March 9 – Pechanga Arena – San Diego, CA (Clairo Supports)
March 10 – The Forum – Los Angeles, CA (Clairo Supports)
March 13 – Chase Center – San Francisco, CA (Clairo Supports)
March 19 – Foro Sol – Mexico City, MX (MGMT & Clairo supports)

Tame Impala’s most recent studio album was 2015’s Currents, and earlier this year two additional new songs were premiered in early 2019:


Both songs were given their live debuts on Saturday Night Live, as well.

The album’s overall themes sound pretty expansive, at least in terms of what the news release states:

The Slow Rush is Parker’s deep dive into the oceans of time, conjuring the feeling of a lifetime in a lightning bolt, of major milestones whizzing by while you’re looking at your phone, it’s a paean to creation and destruction and the unending cycle of life.

Stay tuned for more! A band of this stature is going to go all-out in the promotion department when it comes time for a full tour and subsequent new album activities.

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