Hippo Campus just rolled out details for their first full-length LP, new tour dates, and a brand-new video.
Over the past couple of years, the St. Paul indie quartet cultivated a following with EPs Bashful Creatures and South, and exuberant live shows. Here's a quick look at each new development.
Hippo Campus' first full-length album, titled Landmark, is slated to come out Feb. 24 next year. Here's what the album's artwork looks like:
A U.S. tour
A slew of North American tour dates were announced, including back-to-back shows at First Avenue – March 11 and 12. A presale starts Nov. 1 at 10 a.m. Tickets are listed at $34, and you can click the links above to buy them.
All presales come with a download of Landmark, and if you're a fan club ticket buyer, you get some dandy little Hippo Campus pins too.
Fargo kicks off the tour on Feb. 15, while Madison closes it out on April 8.
A video for 'boyish'
And the band put out a brand new video for the track "boyish" from the new album. Here it is:
The track (as well as Hippo Campus' two EPs) are all available to stream on Spotify.
Hippo Campus is made up of Jake Luppen, Nathan Stocker, Zach Sutton and Whistler Allen. They've been around since 2013 after meeting at the Saint Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists.
The band has performed at SXSW, Lollapalooza, and several overseas festivals.