Former Sonic Youth frontman Thurston Moore has completed a new solo album called Rock n Roll Consciousness, and he's sharing an advance track called "Smoke of Dreams."

Due on April 28, Rock n Roll Consciousness follows the February release of a stand-alone track called "Cease Fire" which argued against violence. Paul Epworth (Paul McCartney, Adele) produced this new five-song project, during sessions at London's Church Studios. Moore was joined by regular collaborators Steve Shelley of Sonic Youth and Debbie Googe from My Bloody Valentine.

Moore is also set to take part in a special tribute concert celebrating the 50th anniversary of Can on April 8 at the Barbican Centre in London. His most recent solo album was 2014's The Best Day.

Watch "Smoke of Dreams" above, then check out the track listing for Rock n Roll Consciousness as well as announced support dates through July.

'Rock n Roll Consciousness' Track Listing
1. Exalted
2. Cusp
3. Turn On
4. Smoke of Dreams
5. Aphrodite

Thurston Moore's 2017 Tour Dates
3/11 – Paris, FR, La Maroquinerie
4/11 – London, U.K., Jazz Cafe
5/08 – Vancouver, BC, The Imperial
5/09 – Seattle, WA, Neumos
5/10 – Portland, OR, Mississippi Studios
5/12 – San Francisco, CA, The Chapel
5/13 – Los Angeles, CA, Teragram Ballroom
5/14 – Santa Ana, CA, Constellation Room
5/17 – Austin, TX, The Mohawk
5/18 – Dallas, TX, Club Dada
5/20 – Brooklyn, NY, Music Hall of Williamsburg
5/27 – London, U.K., Roundhouse
6/12 – Glasgow, U.K., St. Lukes
6/13 – Manchester, U.K., Gorilla
6/14 – Bristol, U.K., The Lantern
6/15 – London, U.K., Scala
6/17 – Hilvarenbeek, NL, Best Kept Secret Festival
6/20 – Hamburg, DE, Knust
6/21 – Cologne, DE, Stadtgarten
6/26 – Lille, FR, Aeronef
6/27 – Nancy, FR, L’Autre Canal
6/28 – Zurich, CH, Bogen F
7/01 – Strasbourg, FR, La Laiterie
7/04 – Dresden, DE, Beatpol
7/05 – Warsaw, PL, Proxima
7/07 – Trencin, SK, Pohoda Festival
7/14 – Chicago, IL, Pitchfork Music Festival

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