Noah Lennox of Panda Bear
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Panda Bear Announces Tour In Support of Upcoming Album 'Buoys'
Last week, GRAMMY-winner Panda Bear announced his return with the release of a new album, Buoys, due out in 2019. Now, much to his fan's delight, he's revealed plans for supporting tour.
— Panda Bear (@pandabear) November 12, 2018
Noah Lennox, aka Panda Bear, will tour Australia in December and return to the States in February. The tour is in support of his sixth studio album, which he teased last week by dropping a single, "Dolphin." His latest single is a chill song featuring guitars and dripping sounds. According to Paste, Lennox sought to create a sound that would "feel familiar to a young person's ears."
Regarding the feel of his next album Lennox said in a statement: “The last three records felt like a chapter to me, and this feels like the beginning of something new.”
The singer/songwriter is also a member of Animal Collective and won a GRAMMY at the 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards for his work with Daft Punk on their fourth studio album Random Access Memories. The band toured earlier this year, with Lennox and Avey Tare performing their 2004 album, Sung Tongs, from start to finish.
Starting this Friday, you can purchase Panda Bear tour tickets here.