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LISTEN: New Leafcutter John Mix
Christian Eede , April 7th, 2015 15:10

As Polar Bear prepare to tour the UK this month, Leafcutter John has shared an exclusive mix, via tQ; listen to it below

Polar Bear embark on a UK tour tomorrow (April 8) kicking off with a show at London’s Village Underground, before moving on to the likes of Brighton, Manchester, Leeds and Bristol, among other towns and cities, in support of recent album Same As You. Ahead of the tour, the band’s Leafcutter John has put together an exclusive mix for tQ which is available for you to check out above.

John will release his own album, entitled Resurrection, next month. "I'm incredibly happy about this record," says John of the forthcoming album. "It fuses electronic, acoustic, and vocal elements into five long-form tracks". You can pre-order the album here and listen to the title track below.

The mix itself blends music from John, The Books and James Holden, among others, over its 45-or-so-minute runtime, and you can check the full tracklist below, as well as Polar Bear’s full run of upcoming UK tour dates this month. You can find all the ticket links you need for those shows here. Leafcutter John will also support on all dates.

Leafcutter John’s Leaf Mix
Leafcutter John - I Know You Can
Lucky Dragons - ikeepwaitingforearthquakes
Simon Bookish - The Flood
Sunken Foal - Never Knew (ft. Si Schroeder)
The Books - An Animated Description Of Mr. Maps
James Blackshaw - The Cloud of Unknowing
Sarah Nicolls - Opening Tune
Bernard Parmegiani - Conjugaison Du Timbre
Birdengine - Alone With The Beast Folk
James Holden - The Caterpillar’s Intervention
  The Angels Of Light - Black River Song

April UK tour
Wed 8 Apr - Village Underground, London
Wed 15 Apr - Komedia, Brighton
Fri 17 Apr - Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester
Sat 18 Apr - Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Sun 19 Apr - The Kazimier, Liverpool
Tue 21 Apr - Hare & Hounds, Birmingham
Wed 22 Apr - Broomhill Art Hotel, Barnstaple
Thu 23 Apr - Colston Hall, Bristol

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