Caribou Announces Tour, Shares New Song “Broke My Heart”: Listen

Caribou is back with another new song, plus news of a tour that extends into next year. “Broke My Heart” follows April’s single “Honey.” “I always find it hard to believe those ‘it came to me in a dream’ stories about songs arriving fully formed, but this one was pretty close to that, which is not how it usually goes for me,” said Dan Snaith. “I sat down at a piano one day and the string riff was just there at my fingertips and the vocal melody followed right behind it.” Listen to it below.

Snaith’s headlining Caribou tour begins with shows in Tokyo and Amsterdam in October before he returns for a North American leg in November. The second leg starts in Vancouver, British Columbia, on November 8 and wraps in Montreal, Quebec, on November 25. Opening select dates are Yunè Pinku and Joy Orbison. In February 2025, Caribou will fly back to Europe for eight additional concerts. Check out Caribou’s complete list of tour dates below.

After putting out Suddenly in 2020, Caribou rolled out a remix version of that album, featuring contributions from Toro y Moi, Jessy Lanza, Four Tet, Floating Points, and others. Back in August 2021, Snaith also dropped the Caribou single “You Can Do It” with a delightful video of dogs leaping for frisbees.

Read about Caribou’s “Never Come Back” in “The 30 Best Electronic Music Releases of 2020” and Our Love at No. 89 in “The 200 Best Albums of the 2010s.”

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10-14 Tokyo, Japan – Shibuya O-East
10-17 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Amsterdam Dance Event *
11-08 Vancouver, British Columbia – PNE Forum *
11-09 Portland, OR – Roseland Theater *
11-10 Seattle, WA – Showbox SoDo *
11-12 Oakland, CA – Fox Theater *
11-13 Los Angeles, CA – Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall *
11-15 Denver, CO – Mission Ballroom *^
11-17 Chicago, IL – The Salt Shed *
11-18 Atlanta, GA – The Eastern *
11-19 Washington, D.C. – The Anthem *
11-20 Philadelphia, PA – Franklin Music Hall *
11-21 Brooklyn, NY – Great Hall at Avant Gardner *
11-23 Toronto, Ontario – Massey Hall *
11-25 Montreal, Quebec – L’Olympia *
02-03 Paris, France – Zénith Paris
02-04 Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg – Rockhal
02-06 London, England – Roundhouse
02-07 London, England – Roundhouse
02-08 London, England – Roundhouse
02-09 Leeds, England – O2 Academy
02-10 Bristol, England – Bristol Beacon
02-11 Brussels, Belgium – Ancienne Belgique
02-12 Brussels, Belgium – Ancienne Belgique
02-14 Berlin, Germany – UFO at Velodrom

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