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10/04/2008

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** TMF SUMMER EUROPEAN TOUR

The Magnetic Fields, back from nearly a four-year hiatus from touring, are traveling once again to Europe. They are pleased to announce that they are preparing a short string of European dates kicking off this June. Confirmed markets so far include Spain, England, Sweden, and Portugal, with more to come shortly. Regular updates -- including information on additional tour stops -- will be posted to houseoftomorrow.com. For the latest scheduling and ticketing information please check the site's calendar page:

http://houseoftomorrow.com/calendar/

** LONDON TICKETS ON SALE APRIL 11

The Magnetic Fields' London stop features shows on the evenings of July 9 and 10 at Cadogan Hall, home of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. A special, limited presale allocation of Front Stall reserved seats will be available for purchase exclusively from ArtistTicket.com starting Friday April 11 at 9:00AM. Tickets will be on sale to the general public starting 9:00AM on Saturday April 12. Tickets are £22.50, handling fees not included.

Visit The Magnetic Fields on ArtistTicket.com:
http://artistticket.com/themagneticfields

** UPCOMING VINYL RELEASES

The Magnetic Fields are readying the re-release of their catalog on full-length 12" vinyl albums. Merge Records will start the run with "The Charm of the Highway Strip," out on May 6 in the US. Nonesuch Records will follow this summer with a pressing of "Distortion," the band's January 2008 release. This fall, Merge Records will release the vinyl edition of "Get Lost."

** NEW TRACK RELEASED APRIL 8: "THE MAN OF A MILLION FACES"

An image by photographer Phil Toledano and the word "1974" provided the inspiration for Stephin Merritt's "The Man of a Million Faces," composed last year in two days for the first installment of National Public Radio's "Project Song." "The Man of Million Faces" is now available as a special download-only track on iTunes, Amazon, and other music services worldwide.

** 2008 TMF TOUR T-SHIRTS

Small quantities of the latest "Distortion" tour t-shirts are still available for sale to House of Tomorrow newsletter subscribers. The t-shirts can be ordered by following this direct link onto the House of Tomorrow website:

http://houseoftomorrow.com/tshirts/

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