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Sleigh Bells and Diplo Team for Florida Tour!

Two acts with Sunshine State ties are canvassing Florida in February! Diplo and Sleigh Bells team up for the Paradise Lost tour, which includes eight dates -- including two in South Florida. Judging by the trailer dropped last week for Sleigh Bells' sophomore album, Reign of Terror, this is going to be a tour of legend.

Sleigh Bells has just released the track listing for its sophomore album, which is set to drop on Valentine's Day -- also the date of the culminating show of the tour at Grand Central in Miami. This is exciting news, and "True Shred Guitar" is probably the most accurate Sleigh Bells song title ever concocted.

Sleigh Bells' Reign of Terror Tracks:

01 True Shred Guitar
02 Born to Lose
03 Crush
04 End of the Line
05 Leader of the Pack
06 Comeback Kid
07 Demons
08 Road to Hell
09 You Lost Me
10 Never Say Die
11 D.O.A.

Sleigh Bells, Diplo, and Liturgy [via p4k]:

02-03 Gainesville, FL - Florida Theater

02-04 Tampa, FL - The Ritz

02-06 Pensacola, FL - Vinyl Music Hall

02-07 Tallahassee, FL - The Moon

02-09 Jacksonville, FL - Freebird Live

02-10 Orlando, FL - Firestone

02-11 Ft. Lauderdale, FL - Revolution

02-14 Miami, FL - Grand Central

Diplo & Sleigh Bells. With Liturgy. Saturday, February 11, at Revolution, 200 W. Broward Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Tickets cost $23.

Tuesday, February 14 at Grand Central, 697 N.Miami Ave, Miami. Tickets cost $25.

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