Cornelius Reissuing 2002’s Point, Announces Full Album Shows

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Cornelius, photo courtesy the artist
Cornelius, photograph courtesy the artist

Cornelius has introduced a remastered reissue of his 2002 album Point. The digital launch is out July 31; CD and vinyl copies will arrive within the fall. The reissue consists of the unique B-side remixes from Kings of Convenience, Matthew Herbert, and Yann Tomita. This fall, Cornelius will carry out Point in full throughout a string of North American dates. Find his itinerary beneath. Grab tickets here. (Pitchfork could earn a fee from purchases made via affiliate hyperlinks on our website.)

In 2016, Cornelius reissued the 1997 album Fantasma. His final album was 2017’s Mellow Waves.

Cornelius:

09-24 Los Angeles, CA – Echoplex
09-27 San Francisco, CA – The Fillmore
09-29 Portland, OR – Revolution Hall
09-30 Seattle, WA – The Crocodile
10-02 Vancouver, British Columbia – The Imperial

 
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