TV on the Radio Album/Tour

TV on the Radio Announce Dear Science, In Stores 9/23
Band Embarks on North American Tour in September
Single "Golden Age" Is Streaming On

TV on the Radio
TV on the Radio will follow-up 2006's universally acclaimed Return to Cookie Mountain and drop Dear Science on September 23 via DGC/Interscope Records. New songs from the Brooklyn quintet's third full-length album will be unveiled throughout North America in September starting in Portland, OR, with festival appearances in Colorado and California. The band will be joined by special guest Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson and later The Dirtbombs, who will open select dates.

"Golden Age" is streaming now in it's entirety on and will be available for download at iTunes on 9/2 with the full album following on 9/23.

09.05 Musicfest NW, Portland, OR*

09.06 Showbox, Seattle WA*
09.07 Commodore Ballroom Vancouver BC*
09.09 Macewan Ballroom, Calgary AB*
09.10 Starlite Room, Edmonton AB*
09.12 Knitting Factory Boise ID*
09.13 In the Venue, Salt Lake City UT*
09.14 Monolith Festival, Red Rocks CO
09.19 Street Scene, San Diego, CA
09.20 Treasure Island Festival, San Francisco CA
10.10 Electric Factory, Philadelphia PA+
10.11 Lupos, Providence, RI+
10.13 Wilbur Theatre, Boston MA+
10.14 Masonic Temple, Brooklyn NY+
10.15 Masonic Temple, Brooklyn NY#
10.16 Masonic Temple, Brooklyn NY^
10.18 Bogarts, Cincinnati OH+
10.19 Vogue Theatre, Indianapolis IN+
10.20 First Ave, Minneapolis MN+
10.21 First Ave, Minneapolis MN+
10.22 Riviera, Chicago IL+
10.24 Voodoo Festival, New Orleans LA+
10.25 Tabernacle, Atlanta GA+
10.26 Bijou Theatre, Knoxville TN+
10.28 Lakewood Theatre, Dallas TX+
10.29 House of Blues Houston TX+
10.30 Stubbs, Austin TX+
10.31 Diamond Ballroom, Oklahoma City OK+
11.02 Ogden Theatre Denver CO+
11.06 Wiltern, Los Angeles CA+

*Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson to open
+The Dirtbombs to open
#Telepathe to open
^Dragons of Zynth to open

[Published on: 8/25/08]

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leclairm21 starstarstarstarstar Mon 8/25/2008 01:35PM
+5 Votes Thumbs down! Thumbs up!

They're far closer to my favorite band then a 'meh, they're alright' band. They aren't the very best thing going these days, but their lyrics and rhythms are pretty darn good. It look me a while to get into them, but now I'm hooked.

Hotchkiss starstarstarstarstar Mon 8/25/2008 02:01PM
+4 Votes Thumbs down! Thumbs up!


their one of my favorite bands and i can't wait to hear this album.

and you know whats awsome about t.v. on the radio? i don't have to smoke a blunt to enjoy it. i don't have to eat some god awfull pill to "get it" or "feel it".

koach starstarstarstarstar Mon 8/25/2008 02:42PM
+3 Votes Thumbs down! Thumbs up!


Halluxone starstarstarstar Mon 8/25/2008 02:43PM
+6 Votes Thumbs down! Thumbs up!

Blunts....just go away already, dude. Nobody wants to hear the inane ramblings of a dosed up douchebag like yourself.

RothburyWithCheese starstarstarstarstar Mon 8/25/2008 03:07PM
-1 Votes Thumbs down! Thumbs up!


These guys are amazing!! Next to Assembly of Dust, Mars Volta, and Grand Ole Party these guys are the best band on the planet....

Jeff Kash Mon 8/25/2008 03:31PM
-2 Votes Thumbs down! Thumbs up!

Jeff Kash

These guys BLOW.

tDB and Gravy starstarstarstarstar Mon 8/25/2008 04:30PM
0 Votes Thumbs down! Thumbs up!

tDB and Gravy

Unbelievably creative band. Powerful, emotion-filled live shows. If you aren't on board... well, save yourself.

Hotchkiss Mon 8/25/2008 10:19PM
+1 Votes Thumbs down! Thumbs up!


there's no woodwinds in t.v. on the radio.

lovemusicfood star Tue 8/26/2008 06:32AM
0 Votes Thumbs down! Thumbs up!

Don't know how they are live, but that song "Wolf Like Me" is played on college radio all the time. Very much a song made for the radio. Hearing 2 times is one time to many.