Duran Duran new album title and tour dates announced

Duran Duran Paper Gods Coming SoonDuran Duran will have a new album on Warner Bros. Records this September. The album will be titled Paper Gods. This will be the group’s 14th album and is produced by Nile Rodgers, Mark Ronson and Mr. Hudson, and also features guests Kiesza and former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante.

Paper Gods rejoins Rodgers and Duran Duran. He co-produced the band’s Notorious album (featuring the title track, which reached No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100), “The Wild Boys” single (another No. 2 hit) and remixed the No. 1 hit “The Reflex.” He also co-produced tracks on Astronaut. With reference to Ronson, he co-produced Duran Duran’s last studio album, 2010′s All You Need Is Now.

Prior to the album release Duran Duran will put out a single “Pressure Off,” which features Janelle Monae.

To support the new album the group has announce new tour dates including the Hollywood Bowl and Red Rocks Amphitheatre.

Duran Duran’s upcoming 2015 tour dates:

June 20: Sonar Festival (Barcelona, Spain)
June 27: Night at the Park (The Hague, Netherlands)
June 28: Killarney Festival (Kerry, Ireland)
Aug. 5: The FOLD Festival (Riverhead, Long Island, N.Y.)
Sept. 5: Gibraltar Music Festival (Gibraltar)
Sept. 11: Bestival (Isle of Wight, England)
Sept. 20: Red Rocks Amphitheatre (Morrison, Colo.)
Sept. 23: Washington State Fair (Puyallup, Wash.)
Sept. 25: Grand Sierra Resort & Casino (Reno, Nev.)
Sept. 25-27: (exact date to be announced) Life is Beautiful Festival (Las Vegas)
Sept. 27: Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre (San Diego)
Oct. 1: Hollywood Bowl (Los Angeles)
Oct. 2: The Greek Theatre (Berkeley, Calif.)
Oct. 3: Agua Caliente Casino (Rancho Mirage, Calif.)
Nov. 27: Manchester Arena (Manchester, England)
Nov. 28: First Direct Arena (Leeds, England)
Nov. 30: Motorpoint Arena (Cardiff, Wales)
Dec. 2: Brighton Centre (Brighton, England)
Dec. 4: Genting Arena (Birmingham, England)
Dec. 5: Metro Radio Arena (Newcastle, England)
Dec. 6: The SSE Hydro (Glasgow, Scotland)
Dec. 8: The 02 (London)
Dec. 9: Bournemouth International Centre (Bournemouth, England)
Dec. 11: Capital FM Arena (Nottingham, England)
Dec. 12: Echo Arena (Liverpool, England)