Watch the video for ‘Vision’ via NOWNESS here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bErYehiTEo

Matthew E. White has shared a new video for ‘Vision’, a track from his recently released album on DominoFresh Blood. The horn-laden track gets some heartwarming treatment from filmmaker Clara Aranovich and features Edi Gathegi (Twilight, Justified, X-Men) and Caitlin Stasey (Reign, Please Like Me).

Of the video, director Clara Aranovich says:

This track captivated me immediately upon first hearing it on an indie radio station in LA and I knew instantly I wanted to direct a music video for it. I’m generally more drawn towards narrative videos and had been doing some research into the life experiences of the visually impaired (believe it or not, it was not the title ‘Vision’ that inspired the idea of exploring blindness but rather a coincidence). The song lends itself so beautifully to the growth and conclusion of a complete story that the writing process was breezy. And, as is the norm with me, what started as an intimate realistic story turned into something a bit absurd and surrealist and about so much more for me.

Matthew E. White will continue touring this summer in support of Fresh Blood.

Live dates:

8 August - Powys, UK – Green Man Festival

25 October - London, UK – Barbican Centre (Lee Hazlewood tribute)

Praise for Fresh Blood:

“Transcendentally beautiful, Fresh Blood is as good as it gets in any genre”
5/5 The Independent on Sunday

“Never mind the space, this album is the bomb”
5/5 The Sun

“Every detail on Fresh Blood feels as if it’s been calibrated for maximum hot-buttered gorgeousness”
5/5 The Evening Standard

“[White] draws something truly wonderful and wise from such well worn ground”
4/5 MOJO

“Less of an album, more of a grand seduction”
4/5 Q

8/10 Uncut

“…a richly immersive album”
8/10 NME

“The instant you put Fresh Blood on the stereo, your innate knowledge that all “feel good” music post-1974 is bogus gets smashed to smithereens by Matthew E. White”
8/10 VICE

“These feel like classics in their own right”
8.5/10 The Line of Best Fit

“A delicious record”
4/5 The Guardian

“Joyous, amorous and glowing by turns”
4/5 Mail on Sunday

“Matthew E. White does not disappoint”
4/5 The Observer

“White’s aim is always true”
4/5 Metro

“A captivating second album”
4/5 Daily Mirror

“This is the kind of album that harks back to music’s glorious history but does so in a way that remains fresh and compelling”
4/5 DIY

“[White] is an artist who continues to intrigue and delight in equal measure”
4/5 musicOMH

“Fresh Blood is a joyously melodic journey”
Loud & Quiet

“A sublime follow-up”
9/10 ‘Album of the Month’ Future Music

’4/5′ The Times

’4/5′ Daily Express

’4/5′ Record Collector

Having embarked on his first full UK tour earlier this year, modular synth mastermind and DJ-turned-live-performer James Holden has announced a special co-headline show with Polar Bear at Electric Brixton on 15 November.

Holden will be performing with his portable modular set-up alongside Tom Page of Rocketnumbernine, who also performed with Holden on his previous live dates. Tickets are now available to purchase here.

A recent session Holden did for Crack Magazine features his incredible modular/live drums set-up, and can be watched here.

Praise for The Inheritors:

‘The year’s most revealing and intriguing album’
4.5/5 Resident Advisor

The Inheritors builds on his remarkable debut – it’s even more ambitious in scope, grabbing the listener by the throat and refusing to let go’
9/10 The 405

‘If Boards of Canada evoke the beauty and majesty of the rolling countryside, Holden puts you in direct contact with it, forcing you to engage in its uneven terrain and irregular placement.’
8.2 Pitchfork

‘An electronic folk chimera of primordial pagan beats, ancient and timeless yet psychedelically futurist’
8/10 Clash

’17/20′ Crack Magazine

‘Album of the Month’
Data Transmission

‘Album of the Month’
Dazed & Confused

‘A modern pagan ritual of an album which transcends your consciousness, holding you in a dazed state’
8/10 Drowned in Sound

‘Like going on an expedition in the Highlands: when you reach the highest points, it’s breathtaking’
9/10 Dummy

‘Chaotic systems, hypnotic throbs and heart-on-sleeve emotion, all deploying his homemade machine to devastating effect’
FACT

‘This is an extremely heady record but it’s always with a light burning somewhere, hypnotising and alive’
DIY

‘Melding drones of vintage synthesisers with the fractal beats of modern computer programming’
4/5 Financial Times

‘Holden has created a peerless sonic palette, breathing life into its heritage as much as forging a breathtaking new ideal for a spectrum he holds so dear’
London in Stereo

‘It offers a depth and genuine thrill that, in the context of 2013′s electronic music, with its order, precision and cleanliness is a godsend’
9/10 Loud & Quiet

‘An extraordinary, unique record from one of electronic music’s most vivid minds’
8/10 Mixmag

‘Stunning’
4/5 Mojo

‘An album that sees him beginning to move beyond an acclaimed producer and DJ into a true composer and electronic visionary.’
4/5 Music OMH

‘So unlike anything else out there he is effectively a sub-genre of one’
Q

The Inheritors is techno music not so much fragmented as smashed into tiny pieces’
The Quietus

‘An impressive, intricate meditation on the weirder corners of electronic music’s history’
4/5 The Skinny

‘4/5’ The Times

‘4.5/5’ The Sun

‘4/5’ Time Out

‘A fiercely original feast of experimental sound’
8/10 Uncut

‘A challenge to producers content to be bound by others’ expectations’
8/10 XLR8R

‘Seven years after his debut album The Idiots Are Winning, the Border Community co-founder returns with a brain-melting work of staggering genius’
SPIN

Earlier in the year, Caribou shared a video for ‘Can’t Do Without You‘, offering fans a chance to win the creature that starred in it. Now, Dan Snaith offers this update:

Hello everyone,

You may have been wondering what happened to the creature from the ‘Can’t Do Without You’ video.

A couple months ago we ran a contest to find this creature a new home. We received over 500 mails from every corner of the world proposing myriad purposes for it – including an aeronautical engineering student who wanted to attach it to a rocket and fire it into space.

But right from the first time we read it, one proposal in particular grabbed our attention, and after researching the logistics of transporting this gentle giant halfway around the world, we are proud to announce the winner today!

Harry Marshall emailed us on behalf of a group of students at the Welsh School of Architecture, planning to help build a playground on the island of Koh Rong in Cambodia, together with non-profit organisation Friends of Koh Rong.

The Cambodian island of Koh Rong is certainly not the only island that is dealing with the effects of increased tourism but is one such example, where rapid change is presenting the local community with overwhelming challenges.

Friends of Koh Rong was set up in 2013 to help deal with exactly those problems through increasing (the previously limited) access to education, healthcare and increasing the community’s capacity to deal with the strain brought by more tourism:

“Our organisation aims to help in mitigating the negative impacts of the tourism industry, and to enable our beneficiaries to stand in the best possible position to benefit from the changes that have arrived on this island, their home.”

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As tourist infrastructure has encroached on more and more space on the island, there is no place for the school aged children on the island to play. The playground, sitting next to the school set up by Friends of Koh Rong, will provide an area for the children to play and be safe. The creature will provide a centrepiece for the playground.

Harry and his team are raising money to complete this playground right now with construction due to begin towards the end of July – right around the time the multicoloured creature, which is just now being crated up and in preparation for its transpacific journey, will arrive on the island.

Support the construction of the playground here:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1339012231/playscape-learning-space-in-koh-rong-cambodia

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Thanks,

Dan / Caribou

Caribou Live Dates

25 Jun Werchter, BE, Rock Werchter

26 Jun Somerset, UK, Glastonbury Festival

27 Jun Paris, FR, Solidays

28 Jun Ljubljana, SK, Flow Festival

29 Jun Vienna, AT, Full Hit of Summer

16 Jul Ostrava, CZ, Colours of Ostrava Festival

17 Jul Suffolk, UK, Latitude Festival

18 Jul Dublin, IE, Longitude Festival

19 Jul Chicago, US, Pitchfork Festival

01 Aug Montreal, CA, Osheaga Festival

12 Aug Oslo, NO, Oya Festival

14 Aug Gothenburg, SE, Way Out West Festival

15 Aug Bochum, DE, Ritournelle at Ruhrtriennale

21 Aug Biddinghuizen, NL, Lowlands Festival

22 Aug Hamburg, DE, Dockville Festival

Watch the video for ‘Bird of Prey’ here: http://www.vevo.com/watch/USSM21500758

Natalie Prass has unveiled a video for ‘Bird of Prey‘.

The clip comes ahead of Natalie’s UK dates, which kick off next week and include sold out shows at London’s Islington Assembly Hall and Manchester’s Deaf Institute.

As well as a string of European festival shows this summer, Natalie will be playing her biggest UK headline show to date in November at London’s KOKO. Tickets for the show are on sale now and are available here.

Tour dates:

Mon 22 Jun Glasgow Mono

Wed 24 Jun London Islington Assembly Hall SOLD OUT

Thu 25 Jun Manchester Deaf Institute SOLD OUT

Thu 26 Jun Bristol The Thekla

Fri 14 Aug Gothenburg Way Out West Festival

Sat 15 Aug Oslo Oya Festival

Sun 16 Aug Helsinki Flow Festival

Fri 21 Aug Hay on Wye Green Man Festival

Tue 01 Sep Leeds Brudenell Social Club

Wed 02 Sep Edinburgh Electric Circus

Thu 03 Sep Brighton The Haunt

Fri 04 Sep Salisbury End of the Road Festival

Mon 30 Nov London KOKO

Praise for Natalie Prass

“The Nashville singer’s debut is a sumptuous country-soul classic”
‘Album of the Month’ 8/10 Uncut

“Her gorgeous debut is already a contender for album of the year”
Evening Standard

“[Natalie Prass] is a record that never feels retro, just timeless”
5/5 The Guardian

5/5 ‘Album of the Week’ The Independent on Sunday

“A modern classic of an album”
‘Album of the Week’ 9/10 The Line of Best Fit

“A heartbreak album that reminds you why such albums are so wonderful and necessary in the first place”
‘Album of the Week’ 4/5 The Observer

4/5 ‘Album of the Week’ The Independent

“Assured, moving and soaked in a lush classicism”
4/5 Q

“Prass’ debut luxuriates in the same effortlessly timeless space as Rumer’s Seasons Of My Soul and I Am Shelby-Lynne
4/5 Mojo

“Prass’ voice – utterly lethal – describes heartache and loss. Stunning”
The Sunday Times

5/5 Daily Express

8/10 NME

4/5 The Times

4/5 Mail on Sunday

“Everything she sings here feels honest and convincing, and, like the best soul music, her songs here transform the personal in to the universal”
4.5/5 musicOMH

Photo credit: Harley Weir

JAAKKO EINO KALEVI STREAMS NEW SELF-TITLED ALBUM

TO TOUR WITH UNKNOWN MORTAL ORCHESTRA

STREAM JAAKKO EINO KALEVI VIA DUMMY:

http://www.dummymag.com/new-music/jaakko-eino-kalevi-self-titled-debut-album-stream-weird-world

Jaakko Eino Kalevi is a gem”
4/5 MOJO

“His is a world of strange and wonderful rhythms and few debuts manage such idiosyncrasy without losing focus”
9/10 Loud And Quiet

Jaakko Eino Kalevi is a reminder that pop can be both for your head and your feet”
DIY

“A confident collection of tracks begging to be played on repeat”
London in Stereo

Ahead of the release of his new self-titled album on Weird World on 15 JuneJaakko Eino Kalevi has shared the record in full via a stream on Dummy.

Featuring the previous singles ‘Double Talk’, ‘Deeper Shadows’ and ‘Hush Down’, Jaakko Eino Kalevi finds Jaakko on spellbinding form. Composing sumptuous and wildly original music that teems with ideas and more than delivers on the promise of its predecessor – the breakthrough 2013 EP Dreamzone - Jaakko Eino Kalevi marks the start of a striking new chapter for the Berlin-based artist.

Jaakko will play an album launch show at the Courtyard Theatre in London on 19 June. In September he’ll be heading out with Unknown Mortal Orchestraon all of their dates across the UK and Europe, a full list of which can be found below.

Jaakko Eino Kalevi is out digitally and on CD, LP and deluxe LP on 15 June 2015. Pre-order from iTunes or Weird World.

UK shows:

* = with Unknown Mortal Orchestra

19th June – Courtyard Theatre, London
ALBUM LAUNCH SHOW
TICKETS

23rd June – Green Door Store, Brighton
TICKETS

22nd September – Concorde 2, Brighton*
TICKETS

23rd September – O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London*
TICKETS

24th September – The Library at the Institute, Birmingham*
TICKETS

25th September – The Ritz, Manchester*
TICKETS

26th September – Whelan’s, Dublin*
TICKETS

28th September – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham*
TICKETS

29th September – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds*
TICKETS

30th September – QMU, Glasgow*
TICKETS

Mainland Europe shows:

* = with Unknown Mortal Orchestra

4th June – Urban Spree, Berlin, Germany
TICKETS

6th June – Plissken Festival, Athens, Greece
TICKETS

9th June – Babel, Malmo, Sweden
TICKETS

10th June – Lilla Hotellbaren, Stockholm, Sweden
TICKETS

11th June – SubScene, Oslo, Norway
TICKETS

13th June – Sideways Festival, Helsinki, Finland
TICKETS

17th June – L’espace B, Paris, France
TICKETS

18th June – OT301, Amsterdam, Netherlands
TICKETS

3rd July – MoxxoM Open Air, Gorlitz, Germany
TICKETS

4th July – Pact Zollverein, Essen, Germany
TICKETS

11th July – Festival de la Cite, Lausanne, Switzerland
TICKETS

10th September – Debaser Strand, Stockholm, Sweden*
TICKETS

11th September – Pustervik, Gothenburg, Sweden*
TICKETS

12th September – VEGA, Copenhagen, Denmark*
TICKETS

14th September – Ubel & Gefahrlich, Hamburg, Germany*
SOLD OUT

15th September – Gebaude 9, Cologne, Germany*
TICKETS

16th September – Zoom, Frankfurt, Germany*
SOLD OUT

17th September – Lido, Berlin, Germany*
SOLD OUT

20th September – TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht, Netherlands*
TICKETS

“Singular and unsettlingly sophisticated”
8/10 Uncut

“Gibson finally sounds the part”
4/5 MOJO

DAUGHN GIBSON SHARES VIDEO FOR ‘DADDY I CUT MY HAIR’

CARNATION TO BE RELEASED 8 JUNE 2015 VIA SUB POP

Watch the video for ‘Daddy I Cut My Hair’ here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-WSwkx9Sh0

Daughn Gibson has shared a video for ‘Daddy I Cut My Hair’, the latest track lifted from his forthcoming album Carnation. Directed by Matt Amato, it follows the movements of an eleven year old girl as she navigates the rugged terrain of an abandoned yet mesmerising American landscape. The entire clip was filmed on location in Pennsylvania’s coal region, featuring the towns of Centralia, Jim Thorpe, Mahanoy City, Mt. Carmel, Nesquehoning, Shamokin and Shenandoah.

Daughn Gibson’s Carnation will be available 8 June 2015 from Sub Pop Records.

Pre-orders of Carnation are available through iTunes. A Loser Edition on white, black and blue swirl-colored vinyl will be available from independent record stores (while supplies last).

JAAKKO EINO KALEVI SHARES ‘HUSH DOWN’ TRACK

TO TOUR WITH UNKNOWN MORTAL ORCHESTRA

LISTEN TO ‘HUSH DOWN’ HERE:

https://soundcloud.com/weirdworldrecordco/jaakko-eino-kalevi-hush-down

Jaakko Eino Kalevi is a gem”
4/5 MOJO

Jaakko Eino Kalevi is a reminder that pop can be both for your head and your feet”
DIY

“A confident collection of tracks begging to be played on repeat”
London in Stereo

Ahead of the release of his debut self-titled Weird World album on 15 JuneJaakko Eino Kalevi has shared a new single from the record, ‘Hush Down’.

‘Hush Down’ is another excellent example of Jaakko’s hypnotic idiosyncrasies – a spellbinding pop song sparkling with flashes of technicolour and fortified with his signature dreamlike wonder. A handsome strut and sashay, ‘Hush Down’ is at once sleek, seductive and wildly original in its execution.

Further to the news that Jaakko will be playing in the UK later this month – which includes an album launch show at Courtyard Theatre in London – he will also be heading out with Unknown Mortal Orchestra on all of their dates across the UK and Europe this September. A full list of those shows can be found below.

Jaakko Eino Kalevi is out digitally and on CD, LP and deluxe LP on 15 June 2015. Pre-order from iTunes or Weird World.

UK shows:

* = with Unknown Mortal Orchestra

19th June – Courtyard Theatre, London
ALBUM LAUNCH SHOW
TICKETS

23rd June – Green Door Store, Brighton
TICKETS

22nd September – Concorde 2, Brighton*
TICKETS

23rd September – O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London*
TICKETS

24th September – The Library at the Institute, Birmingham*
TICKETS

25th September – The Ritz, Manchester*
TICKETS

26th September – Whelan’s, Dublin*
TICKETS

28th September – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham*
TICKETS

29th September – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds*
TICKETS

30th September – QMU, Glasgow*
TICKETS

Mainland Europe shows:

* = with Unknown Mortal Orchestra

4th June – Urban Spree, Berlin, Germany
TICKETS

6th June – Plissken Festival, Athens, Greece
TICKETS

9th June – Babel, Malmo, Sweden
TICKETS

10th June – Lilla Hotellbaren, Stockholm, Sweden
TICKETS

11th June – SubScene, Oslo, Norway
TICKETS

13th June – Sideways Festival, Helsinki, Finland
TICKETS

17th June – L’espace B, Paris, France
TICKETS

18th June – OT301, Amsterdam, Netherlands
TICKETS

3rd July – MoxxoM Open Air, Gorlitz, Germany
TICKETS

4th July – Pact Zollverein, Essen, Germany
TICKETS

11th July – Festival de la Cite, Lausanne, Switzerland
TICKETS

10th September – Debaser Strand, Stockholm, Sweden*
TICKETS

11th September – Pustervik, Gothenburg, Sweden*
TICKETS

12th September – VEGA, Copenhagen, Denmark*
TICKETS

14th September – Ubel & Gefahrlich, Hamburg, Germany*
SOLD OUT

15th September – Gebaude 9, Cologne, Germany*
TICKETS

16th September – Zoom, Frankfurt, Germany*
SOLD OUT

17th September – Lido, Berlin, Germany*
SOLD OUT

20th September – TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht, Netherlands*
TICKETS

Bop English - AKA White Denim frontman James Petralli – has announced an instore performance at Rough Trade East in London on 3 June at 7pm, ahead of his sold out Oslo show later that day.

With a band that features former Shearwater bassist Kevin Schneider and White Denim member Steve Terebecki, the Bop English tour is rapidly gaining momentum, with Bristol, Brighton and Manchester sold out as well as London.

James has also shared a new video for recent single ‘Struck Matches‘. Having discovered someone known as Sally Cinnamon performing a hula hoop routine to the song on Instagram, James loved what he saw so much that he contacted Sally to see if she’d make a longer clip to serve as the single’s video. She was more than happy to oblige, and will consequently be attending the last show of the tour in Manchester!

Watch the video for ‘Struck Matches’ here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwkDXt-wOMU

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UK dates:

Friday, 29 May – Broadcast, Glasgow, United Kingdom
TICKETS

Saturday, 30 May – District, Liverpool, United Kingdom
TICKETS

Sunday, 31 May – Hare & Hounds, Birmingham, United Kingdom
TICKETS

Monday, 1 June – Louisiana, Bristol, United Kingdom
SOLD OUT

Tuesday, 2 June – Sticky Mikes, Brighton, United Kingdom
SOLD OUT

Wednesday, 3 June – Rough Trade East, London, United Kingdom
7pm
DETAILS

Wednesday, 3 June – Oslo, London, United Kingdom
SOLD OUT

Thursday, 4 June – Night and Day, Manchester, United Kingdom
SOLD OUT

Praise for Constant Bop

“This is an album that restores faith in the sheer joy of music”
5/5 ‘Album of the Week’ The Independent

“An album that keeps on hitting the pressure points – it’s bliss”
5/5 The Guardian

“It is deliriously easy to listen to, while hooking the mind, and never once taking the easy path through period pastiche”
‘Album of the Week’ The Observer

“A fast-paced, multi-faceted, furiously entertaining record”
8/10 Uncut

“This richly diverse record is markedly Petralli’s own”
8/10 NME

“The only disappointment is when it ends”
8/10 Drowned in Sound

“A chunky, ’70s FM rock take on psychedelic pop”
4/5 Q

“Jauntily inventive rock and roll”
Esquire

Constant Bop is a fine album”
4/5 The Skinny

RESIDENCY AT BARBICAN’S STATION TO STATION JULY 5TH – 7TH

OPEN CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS ON THE THEME “SACRED OBJECTS FROM SUBURBAN HOMES”

“a technological prophet in her own time” NY Times

“a musical tour de force” Sunday Times

“glitch-tastic American singer EMA continues her dystopian scoping, bringing an immersive “living room” set to Barbican” Time Out

“…an ability to exert control over their art, and a refusal to be silenced” Pitchfork

Since releasing the critically-acclaimed and eerily prescient album The Future’s Void in April last year, EMA has expanded her vision across a variety of mediums. She created a multimedia collection and series of politically-charged singles on NewHive, and scored an upcoming horror film starring Chloe Sevigny.

Following a year of international touring and an appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman, Anderson has returned to her roots with a series of non-traditional performances. Earlier this year at MoMA PS1 in New York, she worked with collaborator Zach Krausnick to create I Wanna Destroy, the first instance of “live VR” – improvised virtual reality.

Using a Microsoft Kinect to track her movements in real time, Anderson performed a new song cycle while audience members explored a bespoke virtual environment and her avatar morphed between a blonde replicant and a reptilian known as “SnakeMan”.

In May, Anderson was invited to participate and perform at the New Museum as part of Deep Lab, a cyber feminist collective tackling issues of privacy and surveillance. She presented Does It Still Feel Weird If I Just Use My Hands?, in which audience members were asked to draw on one another.

In a recent profile on artist Ryan Trecartin, the New Yorker described him as a “bridge” person, or “someone who grew up before the revolution in digital technology, whose effects are now second nature to the generation that was born into it.” Anderson considers herself part of this group: kids who remember life before cell phones and big internet, but have grown along with technology and now embrace aspects of it in their work. Despite working with hyper-modern issues of tech and connectivity, Anderson’s work retains an emotional resonance and a human touch. Her virtual reality work has been described as “DIY” and “anti-capitalist”.

For her upcoming performance at the Barbican, Anderson and Krausnick will be in residence at the Barbican Station to Station from July 5th-7th, and will be incorporating submissions from an open call for “Sacred Objects from Suburban Homes”.

According to Anderson, “suburban” is a state of mind rather than a geography, and “sacred objects” can be practical or decorative, old or new, prominently displayed or hidden away. Examples may include a TV remote, a decorative ashtray, Grandma’s place settings, a new tech gadget or a school football trophy.

Submit your own “sacred objects” on NewHive with the tag #sacredobjects or via email: sacred@iwannadestroy.com

Selected objects will be rendered in 3D and included in an immersive performance taking place on July 7th at Barbican. Anderson and Krausnick are also encouraging Barbican visitors to bring in physical objects during their residency July 5-7 to be included in the installation.

NEW HIVE SACRED CALL: http://newhive.com/ema/sacred-call

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cameouttanowhere?fref=ts
Twitter: https://twitter.com/emathorstar

On the back of selling out Islington Assembly HallNatalie Prass has announced a new show at KOKO in London on 30 November 2015. Tickets can be purchased here.

The news comes as Natalie prepares to embark on a summer of UK and European dates, which culminate with a performance at End of the Road festival in September.

The next single from her debut album Natalie Prass, ‘Bird of Prey‘, will be available 31 July 2015.

Check out the incredible clip of her playing ‘Bird of Prey’ on Later with Jools Holland – with a full horn section - here.

Tour dates:

Mon 22 Jun Glasgow Mono

Wed 24 Jun London Islington Assembly Hall SOLD OUT

Thu 25 Jun Manchester Deaf Institute

Thu 26 Jun Bristol The Thekla

Fri 14 Aug Gothenburg Way Out West Festival

Sat 15 Aug Oslo Oya Festival

Sun 16 Aug Helsinki Flow Festival

Fri 21 Aug Hay on Wye Green Man Festival

Tue 01 Sep Leeds Brudenell Social Club

Wed 02 Sep Edinburgh Electric Circus

Thu 03 Sep Brighton The Haunt

Fri 04 Sep Salisbury End of the Road Festival

Mon 30 Nov London KOKO

Praise for Natalie Prass

“The Nashville singer’s debut is a sumptuous country-soul classic”
‘Album of the Month’ 8/10 Uncut

“Her gorgeous debut is already a contender for album of the year”
Evening Standard

“[Natalie Prass] is a record that never feels retro, just timeless”
5/5 The Guardian

5/5 ‘Album of the Week’ The Independent on Sunday

“A modern classic of an album”
‘Album of the Week’ 9/10 The Line of Best Fit

“A heartbreak album that reminds you why such albums are so wonderful and necessary in the first place”
‘Album of the Week’ 4/5 The Observer

4/5 ‘Album of the Week’ The Independent

“Assured, moving and soaked in a lush classicism”
4/5 Q

“Prass’ debut luxuriates in the same effortlessly timeless space as Rumer’s Seasons Of My Soul and I Am Shelby-Lynne
4/5 Mojo

“Prass’ voice – utterly lethal – describes heartache and loss. Stunning”
The Sunday Times

5/5 Daily Express

8/10 NME

4/5 The Times

4/5 Mail on Sunday

“Everything she sings here feels honest and convincing, and, like the best soul music, her songs here transform the personal in to the universal”
4.5/5 musicOMH