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“Swing Lo Magellan” will be out in July.

It’s about time.

It’s only natural for Dirty Projectors to pay tribute to Bob Dylan, by covering his hauntingly tinctured “I Saw St. Augustine,” from the sparse 1968 album John Wesley Harding.

Following their summer tour, Dirty Projectors have announced 14 additional dates for September. Tickets for their New York appearance at Terminal 5 are already available here.

You should probably ignore any of the envy-laced praise that specifically concerns Avi Buffalo’s members’ diminutive ages.

Dirty Projectors, who just wrapped tours in Australian and Japan, stopped by Triple J’s Like a Version radio show to perform “Cannibal Resource,” as well as a cover of Bob Dylan̵

David Byrne and Annie Clark, a.k.a. St.

Common logic goes that there’s no reason to ever get bored in New York City, especially not on a weekend, and I think this is one of those cases where I’m inclined to agree.

Sure, it’s a little bit away, but the Dirty Projectors have some neat shows coming up.