Future Islands Debut New Song “King of Sweden” on Colbert: Watch

Future Islands have shared a new song called “King of Sweden.” The song was debuted last night on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. It’s their first new song since the release of As Long As You Are in 2020. Find the song, the Colbert performance, and the band’s forthcoming tour dates below.

Read about Future Islands in Pitchfork’s list of “The 200 Best Songs of the 2010s.”

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Future Islands:

03-23 Manchester, England – Academy 1 *
03-24 Manchester, England – Academy 1 *
03-25 London, England – Alexandra Palace *
03-27 Belfast, Northern Ireland – Ulster Hall *
03-28 Dublin, Ireland – Vicar Street *
03-29 Dublin, Ireland – Vicar Street *
03-31 Newcastle upon Tyne, England – Northumbria SU Institute *
04-01 Edinburgh, Scotland – Usher Hall *
04-02 Glasgow, Scotland – O2 Academy Glasgow *
05-12 Vancouver, British Columbia – Commodore Ballroom
05-13 Vancouver, British Columbia – Commodore Ballroom
05-15 Calgary, Alberta – MacEwan Hall
05-17 Red Deer, Alberta – Bo’s Bar & Grill
05-19 Edmonton, Alberta – Midway Music • Arcade • Kitchen
05-20 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – Coors Event Centre
05-21 Winnipeg, Manitoba – The Park Theatre
05-24 London, Ontario – London Music Hall
05-25 Toronto, Ontario – History
05-26 Montreal, Quebec – M Telus
05-27 Ottawa, Ontario – The Bronson Centre
05-29 Quebec City, Ontario – Impérial Bell
05-30 South Burlington, VT – Higher Ground
05-31 Providence, RI – Columbus Theatre
06-02 Brooklyn, NY, Brooklyn Steel
06-03 Brooklyn, NY, Brooklyn Steel 
08-16 Cologne, Germany – E-Werk
08-17 Munich, Germany – TonHalle
08-18 Berlin, Germany – Columbiahalle
08-22 Oslo, Norway – Sentrum Scene
08-24 Copenhagen, Denmark – Vega
08-25 Copenhagen, Denmark – Vega 
08-29 Helsinki, Finland – The House of Culture
10-26 Utrecht, Netherlands – TivoliVredenburg (Ronda)
11-04 Milan, Italy – Fabrique
11-07 Paris, France – L’Olympia

* with Dan Deacon 

Source : Pitchfork