CSS Ready To Tour In 2024; Announce First US Live Shows In Over 11 Years

The iconic Brazilian new rave band CSS (Cansei de Ser Sexy) is set to make a comeback to the US after an 11-year hiatus with a full tour across North America. The band had previously announced their appearance at the Kilby Block Party and Just Like Heaven festivals. And now, they have unveiled their complete tour schedule, including stops in Washington, New York, Boston, and other major cities. Fans who have been eagerly waiting to see the band perform live will be able to purchase general tickets for their shows starting on January 25. CSS’s last album, ‘Planta’, was released in 2013; since then, they have not released any new material.

This new tour is a highly anticipated event for their fans, as it marks the band’s return to the US music scene after a long absence. It’s an exciting opportunity for music lovers to witness the band’s energetic and engaging live performances, which have earned them a dedicated fan base worldwide.

The band wrote on Twitter,

“We are so happy to announce that we will be back for a limited US tour this spring!”

“It’s been a number of years, and we can’t wait to see you all.

Also, an upcoming “After Daft” book will feature the band and over 50 other contributors, including Franz Ferdinand, Disclosure, and Porter Robinson. The book focuses on the story of Daft Punk’s journey and the evolution of electronic music, featuring over 250 hours of conversations. Daft Punk, who disbanded in 2021, will be a central theme of the book.

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