Touring

New video from Psychic Twin: “Stop In Time”

Dance is the ultimate extension of music and being a dancer and lover of music, nothing makes me happier than seeing musicians take advantage of this. In the recently released video for Pyschic Twin’s track, “Stop In Time”, they feature five stunning, strong and sharp female dancers. Ashley Robicheaux is credited as director and choreographer for the video with Jake Saner as director of photography. Ashely Robicheaux also dances in the video along side Matilda Sakamoto, Ruth Howard, Holly Sass and Rebecca Margolick. Singer/composer, Erin Fein, and drummer/producer/programmer, Rosana Caban, are also featured in the video, playing two shamans who are attempting to freeze time.

The video was released in the days preceeding the incredibly powerful Women’s March that occurred nation-wide. About the video Erin Fein says:

“In light of the upcoming Women’s March, I feel even more proud of this video statement. This is a song specifically about stopping time, poetically. It is about trying to make great and even unthinkable or nearly impossible change occur. The video itself is a beautifully choreographed piece about the strength of women working together. We can do the impossible. We can make great change. When we work together, not even time or dimension can stand in our way.”

 

Catch Psychic Twin touring this spring and purchase their latest release, Strange Diary,  here or on iTunes:

PSYCHIC TWIN TOUR DATES:
Tue-Feb-07     Indianapolis, IN          The Vogue
Wed-Feb-08    Champaign, IL            The Accord
Thu-Feb-09     Cincinatti, OH                        The Woodward Theatre
Fri-Feb-10       Cleveland, OH                        Beachland Ballroom
Sat-Feb-11      Buffalo, NY            Waiting Room
Sun-Feb-12     Burlington, VT            Higher Ground
Mon-Feb-13   Portland, ME          Port City Music Hall
Tue-Feb-14     Northampton, MA     Pearl Street Nightclub
Thu-Feb-16     Morgantown, WV      Mainstage Morgantown
Fri-Feb-17       Carrboro, NC          Cat’s Cradle
Sat-Feb-18      Athens, GA            Live Wire Athens
Mon-Feb-20   Dallas, TX              Granada Theater
Tue-Feb-21     Lawrence, KS             Granada Theater
Wed-Feb-22    Columbia, MO            Blue Note
Thu-Feb-23     St. Louis, MO            Ready Room
Fri-Feb-24       Madison, WI           Majestic Theatre
Sat-Feb-25      Sioux Falls, SD            Icon Lounge
Fri-Mar-10      Santa Ana, CA            The Observatory
Sat-Mar-11     Pomona, CA           The Glass House
Mon-Mar-13  Salt Lake City, UT     The Depot
Tue-Mar-14     Greely, CO            Moxi Theater
Wed-Mar-15   Omaha, NE             Waiting Room
Thu-Mar-16     Fargo, ND              Sanctuary Events Center
Fri-Mar-17       Winnipeg, MB           Pyramid Cabaret
Sat-Mar-18     Saskatoon, SK             Louis Pub
Sun-Mar-19    Edmonton, AB            The Needle Vinyl Tavern
Mon-Mar-20  Calgary, AB            Commonwealth
Wed-Mar-22   Vancouver, BC            Imperial
Thu-Mar-23    Spokane, WA          Knitting Factory
Fri-Mar-24       Seattle, WA           Showbox
Sat-Mar-25     Portland, OR           Roseland Theater
Tue-Mar-28    Petaluma, CA          Mystic Theatre
Wed-Mar-29   Sacramento, CA          Ace of Spades
Thu-Mar-30     Santa Cruz, CA         The Catalyst
Fri-Mar-31       San Luis Obispo, CA                        Fremont Theater

2/07-3/21 w/ STRFKR

 

Gorgeous music video from Mitski: “A Burning Hill”

The video captures the gorgeous simplicity that hides the intense complexity of her message in “A Burning Hill.” The track is the conlucding song on her newest record, Puberty 2 which came out in June on Dead Oceans. The emotion you see in her face in the video is real, as real as the lyrics that gently trickle out of her.

“Today I will wear my white button down

I’m tired of wanting more

I think I’m finally worn.”

This song is a sigh of relief, acceptance of reality and embrace of the state of things. About the music video Mitski says:

The director and I spent a weekend just driving around New York and Pennsylvania while the camera kept running, and most of the time I’d forget I was being filmed. It felt like a vacation, but it was also quite emotional, as I was thinking about the song and what it means to me now while jumping in rivers and driving down dirt lanes.” — Mitski

 

Mitski’s tour kicks off on October 31st and you can find Puberty 2 on iTunes and directly from Dead Oceans’ website.

Mon. Oct. 31 – Providence, RI @ Columbus Theatre – SOLD OUT
Tue. Nov. 1 – Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club
Thu. Nov. 3 – Toronto, ON @ Mod Club
Fri. Nov. 4 – Detroit, MI @ Magic Bag
Sat. Nov. 5 – Chicago, IL @ Thalia Hall
Sun. Nov. 6 – St. Louis, MO @ Off Broadway
Thu. Nov. 10 – Athens, GA @ 40 Watt
Fri. Nov. 11 – Orlando, FL @ Back Booth
Sat. Nov. 12 – Miami, FL @ Gramps
Sun. Nov. 13 – Jacksonville, FL @ Jack Rabbits
Tue. Nov. 15 – Asheville, NC @ Grey Eagle
Wed. Nov. 16 – Durham, NC @ Motorco
Thu. Nov. 17 – Charlottesville, VA @ Southern Café
Fri. Nov. 18 – Washington, DC @ Black Cat – SOLD OUT
Sat. Nov. 19 – Philadelphia, PA @ First Unitarian Church – SOLD OUT
Mon. Nov. 21 – New York, NY @ Webster Hall – SOLD OUT
Tue. Nov. 22 – Brooklyn, NY @ Market Hotel – SOLD OUT
Tue. Feb. 21 – Paris, FR @ Les Etoiles
Wed. Feb. 22 – Switzerland, CH @ Mascotte
Fri. Feb. 24 – Bologna, IT @ Covo Club
Sat. Feb. 25 – Munich, DE @ Milla
Sun. Feb. 26 – Vienna, AT @ B72
Mon. Feb. 27 – Prague, CZ @ MeetFactory
Tue. Feb. 28 – Berlin, DE @ Postbahnhof
Thu. Mar. 2 – Utrecht, NL @ Ekko
Fri. Mar. 3 – Brussels, BE @ Rotonde, Botanique
Sat. Mar. 4 – Brighton, UK @ The Haunt
Mon. Mar. 6 – London, UK @ Village Underground
Tue. Mar. 7 – Bristol, UK @ Thekla
Thu. Mar. 9 – Manchester, UK @ The Ruby Lounge
Fri. Mar. 10 – Edinburgh, UK @ Electric Circus
Sat. Mar. 11 – Newcastle, UK @ The Cluny

Album Review: “Singing Saw” by Kevin Morby

Kevin Morby hadn’t spent more than a few moments with a piano in his lifetime until he stumbled upon an old upright in his new home in Mount Washington in LA. With the piano, was some simple sheet music and a book of fundamental piano chords, enough to instill in Morby a new love for piano and the spark that became his newest record, Singing Saw. Within his neighborhood in LA, a dichotomy arose, a striking bifurcation between the expansive city skyline and the complex beauty of the natural world surrounding him. This, too kindled what became Morby’s stunning lyricism and storytelling material, the duality simultaneously reflected in the blooming instrumentals on the album.

Singing Saw is the journey of a man through life, from wakefulness to dreaming, joy to sorrow, acceptance, relief and surrender. The record is stitched together with mentions of the singing saw, both its power as an instrument and a tool and mentions of tears, always streaming, gathering in his eyes. The record opens with “Cut Me Down”, the first sound you hear, a singing saw. It is the perfect introduction to the album. It displays his simple lyricism that is deeper than each word’s surface value:

Take me as I am, a man.

And they’re going to do,

what they came here to do.

I can see it in their eyes,

They’re going to cut me down.

The following track is a powerful ballad with a commanding bass line, decorated with prevailing vocals and of course, the piano. Like many of the tracks on the record “I Have Been to the Mountain” has a blossoming quality. Morby’s songs grow, expand and became something more beautiful and sprawling than what they were at the start. A unique music video accompanies this song. According to Morby, “‘I Have Been To The Mountain‘ is a song for those struck down by the hands of evil – senseless killings which have always overwhelmed our planet, but especially recently,” says Morby. “It’s dedicated to and inspired by the death of Eric Garner.” It stars dancer, Nathan Mitchell.

Besides “I Have Been to the Mountain”, “Dorothy” is the most up tempo piece on the album. Fuzzy guitars surprise you from the get go and hold steady through the track, while Morby plays tricks with the song, it slows to a crawl, piano holding it together and all of a sudden, it’s back at full speed:

Tears will gather in my eye.

Hold my hand, ah babe you know I’ll cry.

The title track, “Singing Saw”, is the first time Morby literally describes the duality of the singing saw. The track is a dream, the singing saw cutting down willows, destroying what’s in its path and chasing after him. The song lingers on and on for 7 minutes, like those moments between sleep and wakefulness where voices echo in your mind, leaving you unsure of what is real and imagined. The singing saw prominent in the track, eerie and ominous.

One thing that makes Morby unique is his singing quality, it’s somewhere between speaking and singing, giving his music a gentler feeling. My favorite display of this on the album is “Drunk and On a Star.” His voice rises and falls as though he’s telling a story but he simultaneously is singing, changing notes.

After “Dorothy”, the latter half of the album is rich, slow and gorgeous, ending with the celebratory track, “Water.” It builds, flourishes and grows while Morby begs to be put out like a fire:

If you find water,

Please call my name.

Put me out like a fire,

Cover me in rain.

The Singing Saw is a special album and is constructed in a way in which the listener is brought full circle from the start of the album to its end. The record is out now on Dead Oceans and is available on iTunes among other music-purchasing platforms.

Check Kevin Morby’s website for his fall European tour dates.

 

Album Review: “Down in Heaven” by Twin Peaks

Down in Heaven is the third record to come to us by Chicago fellows, Twin Peaks. They set out on a recording mission in the comfort of a friend’s home in Massachusetts where the goal was to focus on creating an album that they themselves would want to listen to. Not restrained by the sound of their previous records and inspired by bands like The Velvet Underground who created albums that were each unlike their others, Twin Peaks came up with Down in Heaven.

 The record is a celebration of heartbreak, triumph, being a loser and not really giving a f#ck. The record is acceptance and acknowledgment of the life you live, what you can and can’t have and what you do and do not want. In the track ‘You Don’t’, over and over again we hear them sing “I don’t wanna be yours.” Plain and simple, sometimes love just doesn’t work out in both directions. Melodically the track is fun and low key, an easy jam with hoots and hollers in between the verse and the chorus. This mellow attitude is the overriding theme for the record.

Tracks like ‘Butterfly’ feature a slightly more garage rock feeling with a catchy “Ba ba ba ba” bridge that sticks relentlessly in your brain. Twin Peaks’ ability to write catchy sound bites is apparent on Down in Heaven. The tempo is slightly more restrained on ‘Cold Lips’, ‘Heavenly Showers’, and ‘Stain’ but the boys’ energy is apparent, the record never losing steam.

They play with their musical abilities, featuring a variety of instruments on each track. The piano at the forefront of the whimsical track, ‘Getting Better’, and brass featured in ‘Lolisa’, the fellows showcase their knack for layering instruments and writing songs in a way that gives each track a unique sound. My personal favorite on this record is ‘Holding Roses.’ It has a familiar sound, there’s something retro about it but Twin Peaks puts their spin on it and creates the most ridiculously satisfying sound. Unfortunately, it’s one of the shortest tracks on the record! The chorus demands a belting sing-a-long.

Down in Heaven was the perfect record to kick off the 2016 summer and has remained a favorite of mine throughout. The record was released May 13th on Grand Jury and is available on iTunes, among other music-purchasing platforms. Catch them touring this fall!

9/06/2016 Columbus, OH @ The Basement
9/07/2016 Louisville, KY @ Headliners Music Hall
9/08/2016 Asheville, NC @ The Mothlight
9/13/2016 Orlando, FL @ The Social
9/14/2016 Tampa, FL @ Crowbar
9/15/2016 Tallahassee, FL @ Club Downunder / Union Productions
9/16/2016 New Orleans, LA @ Gasa Gasa
9/17/2016 Houston, TX @ Raven Tower
9/19/2016 Dallas, TX @ Club Dada
9/20/2016 Austin, TX @ Mohawk Austin
9/22/2016 Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom
9/23/2016 San Diego, CA @ The Irenic
9/26/2016 Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst Club Atrium
9/28/2016 Portland, OR @ Doug Fir Lounge
9/29/2016 Vancouver, BC @ The Biltmore Cabaret
9/30/2016 Seattle, WA @ Chop Suey!
10/8/2016 Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue & 7th St Entry

New music video from Ryley Walker: “Roundabout”

Ryley Walker’s latest single, “Roundabout”, is out now with an accompanying music video directed by Joe Martiniz Jr. The track was plucked from Walker’s upcoming record, Golden Sings That Have Been Sung, which is due out August 19th on Dead Oceans and was produced by LeRoy Bach of Wilco. The video depicts a raucus 4th of July celebration in Pilsen in Chicago. Already-deployed fireworks litter the streets while locals clutching a Budweiser and kids under the age of 10 with gas torches continue to improvise what is their explosive and raw attempt at firework show. About the music video, Walker says:

“Fourth of July in Pilsen is the height of summer in Chicago.” He goes on, “Dozens of crews with ad hoc explosives and a beer in hand make for a blitzkrieg celebration. I lived at 21st/Leavitt some years back and got to know this evening first hand very well. Forever my favorite part of summer in the city. This video hopefully captures a few of those moments of joy from the people involved.”

The song itself is gentle and subtle with simple guitar picking, in complete juxtaposition to the chaos of the music video. However, the sentiment behind the video and in Walker’s reflection and connection to the video content flows perfectly with the track.

 

 

Walker will be touring nonstop:

AUGUST
12th      UK       Guildford, St. Mary’s ^
16th      SE        Malmofest, Malmo
18th      PT        Praia do Tabuao, Parades de Coura
19th      UK       London, Rough Trade East instore
20th      UK       Brecon Beacons, Green Man Festival
25th      US       Chicago, IL, Empty Bottle

SEPTEMBER
9th        MX      Mexico City, Foro Indie Rocks
14th      US       Bloomington, IN, The Bishop ^^
15th      US       Nashville, TN, The East End ^^
16th      US       Bristol, VA, Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion
17th      US       Bristol, VA, Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion
18th      US       Bristol, VA, Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion
21st      US       Sonoma, CA, Gundlach Bundschu Winery *
24th      CA       Montreal, QC, Rialto Theatre **
25th      CA       Toronto, ON, The Drake **
26th      US       Pittsburgh, PA, Club Café  **
27th      US       Columbus, OH, Wexner Center @ Ohio State  **
29th      US       Madison, WI, The Frequency  **
30th      US       Minneapolis, MN, 7th Street Entry  **

OCTOBER
1st        US       Des Moines, IA, Vaudeville Mews **
2nd        US       Omaha, NE, Reverb Lounge **
4th        US       Salt Lake CIty, UT, Kilby Court **
5th        US       Boise, ID, Neurolox **
7th        CA       Vancouver, BC, The Fox Cabaret **
8th        US       Seattle, WA, Barboza **
9th        US       Portland, OR, Mississippi Studios **
11th      US       Felton, CA, Don Quixote Music Hall **
12th      US       San Francisco, CA, The Chapel **
13th      US       Los Angeles, CA, The Echo **
14th      US       San Diego, CA, Soda Bar **
15th      US       Joshua Tree, CA, Desert Daze Festival                                                    
16th      US       Phoenix, AZ, Valley Bar **
17th      US       Santa Fe, NM, Meow Wolf **
19th      US       Denton, TX, Dan’s Silverleaf **
20th      US       Austin, TX,      The Mohawk **
22nd      US       Tallahasee, FL, Wolf Den **
24th      US       Athens, GA, Calendonia Lounge **
25th      US       Asheville, NC, The Mothlight **
26th      US       Washington, DC, DC9 **
27th      US       Philadelphia, PA, Boot & Saddle **
28th      US       Hudson, NY, The Half Moon **
29th      US       Northampton, MA, Iron Horse Music Hall **
30th      US       Providence, RI, Columbus Theatre **

NOVEMBER
1st        US       Boston, MA, Cafe 939 **
2nd        US       New Haven, CT, BAR **
3rd        US       Brooklyn, NY, The Market Hotel **
7th        NL       Amsterdam, Paradiso Noord ***
8th        NL       Groningen, Vera ***
9th        FR        Paris, Espace B
10th      BE       Brussels, AB Club ***
11th      BE       Bruge, Cactus ***
12th      NL       Utrecht, Le Guess Who? festival
13th      UK       Brighton, The Haunt ***
14th      UK       Manchester, Ruby Lounge ***
15th      UK       Glasgow, Broadcast ***
17th      UK       London, Islington Assembly Hall ***
20th      ES        Barcelona, Sidecar
21st      ES        Valencia, Loco Club
22nd      ES        Cadiz, Aulario de la Bomba
23rd      ES        Madrid, Siroco
26th      FR        Lyon, Le Sonic
29th      CH       Lausanne, Le Bourg ***
30th      DE       Schorndorf, Manufaktur ***

DECEMBER
1st        DE       Erlangen, E-Werk ***
2nd        DE       Berlin, Kantine am Berghain ***
4th        NO       Oslo, John Dee ***
5th        SE        Stockholm, Bryggarsalen ***
6th        DK       Copenhagen, Pumpehuset ***
7th        DE       Hamburg, Nochtspeicher ***

^          Ryley solo show
^^         with Promise Land Sound
*          supporting Iron & Wine / Sam Beam
**        with Circuit Des Yeux
***      with Itasca

 

Julia Jacklin is back with a new single/music video: “Leadlight”

The lovely Julia Jacklin who calls the neighborhood of Glebe in Sydney, Australia her home, has announced the release of her debut record titled, Don’t Let the Kids Win. The album is due out on October 7th via Polyvinyl. With her first single, “Pool Party” out already, she has released another beautiful track, a lilting love song with an accompanying video directed by Jacklin and shot in her old high school. Jacklin acts like a young teenage girl, shy, in love, too bashful to speak to the man of her dreams but a fire burns behind her eyes that she unleashes in the end. About the video and track Jacklin says:

I filmed this music video in my old High school hall in the Blue Mountains,” says Jacklin.  “A lot of the shots focus on the stage where I performed in the chorus for ‘Grease’ and ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ and the unfortunate time I chose to sing ‘Wonderwall’ to a backing CD for a senior assembly. I went back there recently and saw the hall in a whole new light. When I was at school I never really thought about it, it was just a boring school hall that I was forced to sit in for long assemblies and exams. Now I think it’s actually a really beautiful space.”

 

Check to see if Julia Jacklin will be touring near you:

Aug. 9 – New York, NY @ Berlin (solo)
Aug. 10 – Los Angeles, CA @ Resident (solo)
Aug. 31 – London, UK @ The Lexington
Sept. 1-4 – Vlieland, Netherlands @ Into the Great Wide Open
Sept. 2-4 – Stradbally, Ireland @ Electric Picnic 2016
Sept. 4 – Salisbury, UK @ End of the Road Festival 2016
Sept. 6 – Stockholm, Sweden @ Bar Brooklyn (solo)
Sept. 7 – Oslo, Norway @ Revolver Upstairs (solo)
Sept. 8 – Copenhagen, Denmark @ Himmeriget Bar (solo)
Sept. 9 – Berlin, Germany @ Dodo Beach Record Store (solo)
Sept. 10 – Haldern, Germany @ Pop Bar (solo)
Sept. 11 – Belgium, Leffinge Leuren Festival (solo)
Sept. 17 – Ottawa, ON, Canada @ Cityfolk
Sept. 18 – Toronto, ON, Canada @ Toronto Urban Roots Festival
Sept. 20 – Chicago, IL @ Martyrs’ $
Sept. 21 – Madison, WI @ The Frequency
Sept. 22 – Champaign, IL @ Pygmalion Music Festival w/ Freightened Rabbit, Alvvays, Car Seat Headrest & Lucy Dacus
Sept. 23 – Cleveland, OH @ Beachland Ballroom w/ Nada Surf
Sept. 24 – Washington, DC @ DC9 Nightclub $
Sept. 25 – New York, NY @ The Bowery Ballroom $
Sept. 27 – Philadelphia, PA @ Boot & Saddle $
Sept. 29 – Montreal, QC, Canada @ Divan Orange $
Sept. 30 – Allston, MA @ Great Scott $
Oct. 4 – West Hollywood, CA @ Troubadour $
Oct. 6 – Portland, OR @ Doug Fir Lounge $
Oct. 7 – Vancouver, BC, Canada @ Biltmore Cabaret $
Oct. 8 – Seattle, WA @ Neptune Theatre w/ Okkervil River
Oct. 24 – Berlin, Germany @ Maze
Oct. 25 – Cologne, Germany @ Blue Shell #
Oct. 26 – Munich, Germany @ Unter Deck  #
Oct. 27 – St Gallen, Switzerland @ Palace  #
Oct. 29 – Zwolle, Netherlands @ Let’s Get Lost Festival
Oct. 30 – Brussels, Belgium @ AB Club  #
Oct. 31 – Rotterdam, Netherlands @ Rotown
Nov. 3 – Brighton, England @ The Haunt  #
Nov. 4 – Nottingham, England @  Bodega   #
Nov. 5 – Glasgow, Scotland @ CCA   #
Nov. 6 – Newcastle, England @ The Cluny  #
Nov. 8 – Manchester, England @ Manchester Gorilla  #
Nov. 9 – Bristol, England @ Thekla #
Nov. 10 – London, England @ Koko #
Nov. 11 – Dublin, Ireland @ Grand Social
Nov. 25-27 – Queenscliff, VIC @ Queenscliff Music Festival

New album to come September 2nd from Angel Olsen: “MY WOMAN”

Following the release of her last record in 2014, Burn Your Fire For No Witness, comes Angel Olsen’s latest project, MY WOMAN, due out September 2nd on Jagjaguwar. On this new record, Olsen still intoxicates her listeners with her longing vocals, sense of rock and grunge and her simultaneous understanding of soft, reflective songwriting. The album is organized with the A side tracks more themed to the upfront, pop n’ rock we know her so well for and the B side is decorated with longer, more stretched out tracks, indicative of her softer side. Justin Raisen (Charli XCX, Sky Ferreira, Santigold) produced MY WOMAN and it features guest artist Seth Kauffman on guitar in addition to Olsen’s guitarist Stewart Bronaugh and drummer Joshua Jaeger.

Before releasing her latest single and music video, “Shut Up Kiss Me”, Olsen released a teaser trailer for the track, “Intern”:

 

The first single to come from MY WOMAN is “Shut Up Kiss Me”, a more in-your-face track in comparison to “Intern”, thus it lies on the A side of the record. Again Olsen is outfitted with the shiny silver bob that was featured in the trailer for “Intern”, perhaps a theme for MY WOMAN. The goofy video features nothing short of some serious attitude but also a bit of playfulness from Olsen. She shakes her silver do around whilst roller skating down the street in the night hours, and alone, plus or minus some equally as silly young people, at a roller rink. The youthfullness is infectious as is her demanding voice.

 

Catch Olsen touring this fall for MY WOMAN with Alex Cameron, Rodrigo Amarante and Little Wings:

Fri. Sep. 9 – Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West *
Sat. Sep. 10 – Nashville, TN @ Exit/In *
Sun. Sep. 11 – Cincinnati, OH @ Woodward Theater *
Mon. Sep. 12 – Millvale, PA @ Mr. Smalls Theatre *
Wed. Sep. 14 – Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer *
Thu. Sep. 15 – Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club *
Fri. Sep. 16 – Hudson, NY @ Basilica Hudson
Sat. Sep. 17 – New York, NY @ Webster Hall *
Sun. Sep. 18 – Brooklyn, NY @ Warsaw *
Tue. Sep. 20 – Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair *
Wed. Sep. 21 – Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair &
Thu. Sep. 22 – South Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground Ballroom &
Fri. Sep. 23 – Montreal, QC @ Rialto Theatre &
Sat. Sep. 24 – Toronto, ON @ Virgin Mobile Mod Club &
Mon. Sep. 26 – Ferndale, MI @ The Loving Touch &
Tue. Sep. 27 – Chicago, IL @ Thalia Hall &
Fri. Sep. 30 – St. Louis, MO @ Off Broadway &
Sat. Oct. 1 – Asheville, NC @ Grey Eagle &
Thu. Oct. 13 – Brighton, UK @ Concord 2 #
Fri. Oct. 14 – Manchester, UK @ Club Academy #
Sat. Oct. 15 – Glasgow, UK @ SWG3 Studio Warehouse #
Sun. Oct. 16 – Bristol, UK @ The Marble Factory #
Mon. Oct. 17 – London, UK @ KOKO #
Wed. Oct. 19 – Hamburg, DE @ Kampnagel #
Thu. Oct. 20 – Copenhagen, DK @ Koncerthuset, Studie 2 #
Fri. Oct. 21 – Oslo, NO @ John Dee #
Sat. Oct. 22 – Stockholm, SE @ Debaser Strand #
Sun. Oct. 23 – Goeteborg, SE @ Pustervik #
Tue. Oct. 25 – Berlin, DE @ Columbia Theater #
Wed. Oct. 26 – Munich, DE @ Ampere #
Thu. Oct. 27 – Zuerich, CH @ Bogen F #
Fri. Oct. 28 – Koeln, DE @ Stadtgarten #
Sat. Oct. 29 – Brussels, BE @ Botanique #
Fri. Nov. 4 – Paris, FR @ La Gaîté Lyrique #
Sat. Nov. 5 – Den Haag, NL @ Crossing Border Festival
Sun. Nov. 6 – Amsterdam, NL @ Tolhuistuin #

* = with Alex Cameron
& = with Rodrigo Amarante
# = with Little Wings