Other guests include Melvins’ Dale Crover, America’s Next Top Model Naima Mora, and a slew of west coast indie mainstays.
The duo will perform their 2004 freak folk album in full as part of the 17-date trek.
The Brooklyn hip-hop outfit also prep a documentary and a solo LP from producer Erick “The Architect” Elliott.
Full album performance came as part of Pitchfork’s 21st anniversary show.
Pink Floyd’s greatest cuts, protests against Trump, and yes, Eddie Vedder.
They’ll be joined by the likes of Cut Copy, Lido, and Maybird.
Lyrics for the Is This the Life We Really Want? track were inspired by the late Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish.
Supremely trippy visuals for the Death Song track.
The band’s last album with the songwriter was arguably his first solo effort.
A collection of gems that will never be eclipsed by the moon.
Damaged Bug (Thee Oh Sees’ John Dwyer) announces tarot deck collaboration, shares “Horse Egg 2” — listen
Dwyer provides the soundtrack to artist Kyle Ranson’s twisted new tarot deck.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra filmed a funky drug trip for their cover of The Grateful Dead’s “Shakedown Street” — watch
We have no idea what’s going on here, but it’ll either give you nightmares or make you want to dance.