The National's new record, Trouble Will Find Me, is streaming online in its entirety now

The National's new record, Trouble Will Find Me, is streaming online in its entirety now

Yes, Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories is now available for streaming online, but so is The National’s Trouble Will Find Me. Take a break from all the daft funk and check out a little mope rock. Trouble isn’t out until next Tuesday, May 21, on 4AD, but the whole thing is available now on iTunes.

The record is the follow-up to the group’s excellent 2010 record High Violet and features guest contributions from Sufjan Stevens, St. Vincent’s Annie Clark, and Sharon Van Etten.

The National is also going on tour this summer. A full list of dates is below.

The National tour 2013
May 16—State Theater—Ithaca, New York &
May 26—Boston Calling Festival—Boston, Massachusetts
June 4—Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel—Providence, Rhode Island &
June 5—Barclays Center—Brooklyn, New York *
June 6—Merriweather Post Pavilion—Columbia, Maryland^
June 7—Mann Center For The Performing Arts—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania^
June 8—The National—Richmond, Virginia
June 10—Red Hat Amphitheatre—Raleigh, North Carolina^
June 11—Stage AE—Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania^
June 13—Lachine Canal—Montreal, Quebec
June 14—Yonge Dundas Square—Toronto, Ontario
June 15—LC Pavilion—Columbus, Ohio #
June 16—Bonnaroo—Manchester, Tennessee
June 21-22—Hurricane Festival—Scheessel, Germany
June 21-22—Southside Festival—Neuhausen Ob Eck, Germany
June 23—Vodafone Istanbul Calling—Istanbul, Turkey
June 25—Cirque Royal—Brussels, Belgium
June 28—Live At The Marquee—Cork, Ireland
June 30—Parco Della Musica—Rome, Italy
July 1—City Sound Festival—Milan, Italy
July 2—Salata—Zagreb, Croatia
July 4—Rock Werchter Festival—Werchter, Belgium
July 5-7—Roskilde Festival—Roskilde, Denmark
July 14—Bunbury Festival—Cincinnati, Ohio
July 27—Splendour In The Grass—Byron Bay, Australia
Aug. 3—Lollapalooza—Chicago, Illinois
Aug. 4—Murat Theater—Indianapolis, Indiana %
Aug. 5—Riverside Theater—Milwaukee, Wisconsin %
Aug. 6—Roy Wilkins Auditorium—St. Paul, Minnesota %
Aug. 9—Outside Lands Festival—San Francisco, California
Aug. 10—Greek Theatre—Los Angeles, California %
Aug. 11—Hollywood Forever Cemetery—Los Angeles, California %
Sept. 7—Loufest—St. Louis, Missouri
Sept. 8—Ryman Auditorium—Nashville, Tennessee $
Sept. 9—Cobb Energy Center—Atlanta, Georgia $
Sept. 11—The Fillmore Charlotte—Charlotte, North Carolina $
Sept. 12—Thomas Wolfe Auditorium—Asheville, North Carolina $
Sept. 13—Iroquois Amphitheater—Louisville, Kentucky $
Sept. 15—Orpheum Theater—Madison, Wisconsin $
Sept. 17—Red Rocks—Morrison, Colorado #
Sept. 20—Paramount Theater—Seattle, Washington $
Sept. 21—Edgefield Winery—Portland, Oregon $
Sept. 22—PNE Amphitheatre—Vancouver, British Columbia $
Oct. 31—Ice Hall—Helsinki, Finland
Nov. 2—Forum—Copenhagen, Denmark
Nov. 4—Max Schmelling Halle—Berlin, Germany
Nov. 5—Mitsubishi Electric Hall—Dusseldorf, Germany
Nov. 6—Rockhal—Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Nov. 7—Heineken Music Hall—Amsterdam, Netherlands
Nov. 9—Odyssey Arena—Belfast, Northern Ireland
Nov. 10—O2 Arena—Dublin, Ireland
Nov. 11-12—O2 Apollo Manchester—Manchester, England
Nov. 13-14—Alexandra Palace—London, England
Nov. 18—Le Zenith—Paris, France
Nov. 20—Palacio Vistalegre—Madrid, Spain
Nov. 21—Pavilhao Atlantico—Lisbon, Portugal

* with Youth Lagoon
^ with Dirty Projectors
& with People Get Ready
% with Daughter
$ with Frightened Rabbit
# with Local Natives

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