To coincide with Dirty Projectors’ forthcoming show at the Barbican in London as well as their recently announced UK festival appearances, they will be releasing 'Stillness Is The Move' as a 7” for the first time, on 19th July 2010. Photobucket Originally released in Summer 2009 around their album, Bitte Orca, 'Stillness Is The Move' features a solo vocal piece from the band’s Amber Coffman.
On the 25th June Dirty Projectors will be performing a very special show at the Barbican in London where, as well as playing a selection of songs from Bitte Orca, they will play their 2005 album The Getty Address in it entirety, backed with 20-piece contemporary ensemble Alarm Will Sound. Following this unique event the six-piece will be playing at this year’s Glastonbury, T in the Park and Latitude festivals – full UK and Irish dates are as follows: 25 Jun 2010 - Barbican London, UK 27 Jun 2010 - Glastonbury Festival Pilton, UK 6 Jul 2010 - Manchester Academy 2 Manchester, UK 9 Jul 2010 - T in the Park Balado, UK 10 Jul 2010 - Oxegen Festival County Kildare, Ireland, IE 18 Jul 2010 - Latitude Festival Suffolk, UK www.myspace.com/dirtyprojectors