Dandy Warhols Breathe Easy For Charity

Portland band The Dandy Warhols are putting out a collaborative effort to benefit the Three Rivers Land Conservancy on October 21st entitled “Breathe Easy”. The album also features the artists the Raveonettes, the Black Angels, Saul Williams, Midnight Movies, and Britt Daniel from Spoon.

You will be able to download it from various websites that will be announced through the Dandy’s own website.

The goal of the TRLC is to preserve 10,000 acres of Oregon’s natural land centered around the Clackamas, Tualatin, and Williamette Rivers. For those of you not close to the Oregon wetlands, you can check out the Dandys on a couple of US dates before they head across the pond…
10-03 Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern *#
10-04 San Francisco, CA – Warfield #
10-05 Portland, OR – Roseland Theater
10-28 Perth, Australia – Metro City
10-31 Sydney, Australia – Enmore
11-01 Canberra, Australia – Stonefest
11-02 Newcastle, Australia – Fat As Butter Festival
11-05 Brisbane, Australia – Tivoli
11-06 Melbourne, Australia – Palace
11-07 Melbourne, Australia – Palace
11-09 Christchurch, New Zealand – Southern Amp Festival
12-01 Brussels, Belgium – Ancienne Belgique
12-03 Zurich, Switzerland – Rohstofflager
12-04 Lausanne, Switzerland – Les Docks
12-05 Cologne, Germany – Les Docks
12-07 Paris, France – Bataclan
12-08 Utrecht, Netherlands – Tivoli
12-10 Liverpool, England – Academy
12-11 Bournemouth, England – The Old Fire Station
12-13 Wolverhampton, England – Wulfrun Hall
12-14 London, England – Astoria
12-15 Glasgow, Scotland – ABC
12-17 Dublin, Ireland – Tripod

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