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The tour follows the release of 2017 album 'Pop Voodoo', the Manchester band’s first record in 20 years.
The classic track originally featured on Buckley's much-acclaimed 1967 LP 'Goodbye and Hello'.
Support acts for the 23-date trek include St. Vincent, Grizzly Bear and Beth Ditto.
The New York cult band are widely recognised as an influence on Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Strokes and Interpol.
Other notable acts include The Chemical Brothers, Imagine Dragons, New Order, Manic Street Preachers, MGMT and Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats.
The new track is the result of "an afternoon tea encounter" in London.
The dates are in support of the band's much-anticipated new album 'High As Hope', due for release on 29 June.
Among a plethora of rarities are B-sides, Rarities and Radio Sessions, 12” Mixes, Unreleased Mixes and Tracks and a Live concert from New York Ritz in July 1989.
'Whip-Smart', 'whitechocolatespaceegg' and 'Liz Phair' will all be available on 180-g vinyl for the first time.
Laying down the gauntlet for all festival headliners that followed, Nirvana’s performance at Reading 1992 remains one of the greatest in history.
The new song features on the band's new album 'Gravity', released through Search & Destroy on 29 June.
The new song comes from the band's new six-track EP, released on 22 June.
Liz Phair wants to "Make America Girly Again"
His dissonant, guitar-based music would not only become a key figure on the No Wave scene, but provided the basis for much of Sonic Youth’s early music.
Nine Inch Nails are set to issue a new six-track release 'Bad Witch' in June and embark on their Cold And Black And Infinite North America tour this fall.