MUSIC NEWS: DENGUE FEVER CONFIRMS POP-UP ASIAN TOUR

DENGUE FEVER (www.denguefevermusic.com), whose exotic blend of Cambodian rock, Afro grooves, surf, and garage psych confirmed today that they will be headed to Asia for first-ever tour dates in Seoul, South Korea, Tokyo, Japan and a return to Hong Kong.The band leaves today in support of their Korean-only CD/LP career spanning 'best-of' compilation Swallow The Sun on Beatball Records (http://www.beatballrecords.com).  Track listing below:
 
Tiger Phone Card
Integratron
Taxi Dancer
Pow Pow
Seeing Hands
Flowers
One Thousand Tears of a Tarantula
Sleepwalking Through the Mekong
Sober Driver
New Year's Eve
Escape from Dragon House
Lost in Laos
Deepest Lake on the Planet
Tooth and Nail
 
Earlier this month, Dengue Fever announced the release of a new full-length album The Deepest Lake in the first half of 2015, their first album of new material in close to four years. The Korean-only release, Swallow The Sun finds the band touring with the Seoul-based band Goonam.  Dengue Fever and Goonam toured together earlier this year in the Western United States and recorded an E.P. that will be released in 2015. Asian tour dates for Dengue Fever are as follows:
 
11/23/14 @ Sangsang Madang, Seoul, Korea (with Goonam)
11/26/14 @ Moon Romantic, Tokyo, Japan (with Goonam)
11/28/14 @ Clockenflap Multimedia Arts and Music Festival, Hong Kong
 
Dengue Fever has toured extensively in South East Asia and the world throughout the years with stops in Cambodia, Vietnam, Hong Kong and Laos. However this pop-up tour was necessitated by a wildly popular television show SNL Korea that featured the Dengue Fever track "Integratron" off their 2008 release Venus on Earth on multiple episodes. The song has been used in several sketches parodying the video game Grand Theft Auto and fans began peppering social media asking the band to perform live in Seoul. More here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5YPlzY3_Nnw
 
Dengue Fever will be announcing North American 2015 tour dates shortly.

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