Ultraísta has confirmed an appearance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon scheduled for Tuesday, January 29. The band's first ever Fallon appearance will be bookended by a blitzkrieg of a North American tour, including triumphant returns to New York and Los Angeles as well as debut appearances in Chicago, Philadelphia and Toronto. This latest TV performance and string of dates continue Ultraísta's campaign supporting its phenomenal self-titled debut, released last year on Temporary Residence Limited and recently turning up on such Best of 2012 lists as Beats Per Minute, Antiquiet and Crave--who named it their #8 album of the year calling it "progressive synth-pop that you've had playing in your mind for years finally come to light." The latest Ultraísta remix, "You're Out" by Prefuse 73--who shares the bill on select upcoming dates--has recently surfaced and can be heard at http://soundcloud.com/ultra1sta/ultraista-youre-out-prefuse73. This newest re-imagining of an Ultraísta track follows in the wake of Four Tet, Matthew Dear and David Lynch remixes featured as bonus tracks on the digital version of the album. Tour dates are as follows: 01/23 Philadelphia PA @ The Underground Arts *01/25 Chicago IL @ Lincoln Hall *01/26 Toronto ON @ Lee's Palace #01/28 Brooklyn NY @ Music Hall Of Williamsburg *01/31 Los Angeles CA @ Masonic Lodge - Hollywood Forever * w/ Prefuse 73# w/ Digits Tickets are available at http://www.ultraista.co.uk/Ultraista/Live.html Ultraísta was founded in London in 2011 around Grammy-winning producer Nigel Godrich, journeyman drummer Joey Warnoker, and Goldsmiths College alum Laura Bettinson's mutual love of Afrobeat, electronic and dance music, visual art and tequila.
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