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Lucy Dacus - "Going Going Gone" (Edit)





"Going Going Gone" (live at Spang)

(directed by Jordan Rodericks)

In addition to this morning's digital release of an edited version of "Going Going Gone" from Lucy Dacus' universally acclaimed 'Home Video', there's a video of the song being performed at Spang earlier this year (above)

stream / download "Going Going Gone"

Purchase / Stream Home Video

Lucy Dacus on Tour  (new date in bold)

Wednesday, August 4 Red Hat Amphitheater, Raleigh NC !
Thursday, August 5 Rabbit Rabbit, Asheville NC
Friday, August 6 The Eastern, Atlanta GA ! (POSTPONED)
Saturda, August 7, The Eastern, Atlanta GA (POSTPONED)
Sunday, August 8 Sloss Furnace, Birmingham AL ! (POSTPONED)
Friday, September 10 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker, + Thao & The Get Down Stay Down (SOLD OUT
Saturday, September 11 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker + Bachelor  (SOLD OUT)
Monday, September 13 Haw River Ballroom, Saxapahaw NC % (SOLD OUT)
Tuesday, September 14 Terminal West, Atlanta GA % (SOLD OUT)
Wednesday, September 15 Brooklyn Bowl, Nashville TN %
Friday, September 17 Trees, Dallas TX % (SOLD OUT)
Saturday, September 18 White Oak Music Hall (Downstairs), Houston TX %
Sunday, September 19 Scoot Inn, Austin TX % (SOLD OUT)
Monday, September 20 Paper Tiger, San Antonio TX %
Wednesday, September 22 191 Toole, Tucson AZ %
Friday, September 24 The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles CA %
Saturday, September 25 The Observatory OC, Santa Ana CA
Sunday, September 26 August Hall, San Francisco, CA @
Monday, September 27 The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA % (SOLD OUT)
Wednesday, September 29, Neptune Theatre, Seattle WA = (SOLD OUT)
Thursday, September 30 Hollywood Theatre, Vancouver BC $ (SOLD OUT)
Friday, October 1 Wonder Ballroom, Portland OR $ (SOLD OUT)
Saturday, October 2 Neptune Theatre, Seattle WA $  (SOLD OUT)
Monday, October 4 The Elm, Bozeman MT $
Tuesday, October 5 Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City UT $ (SOLD OUT)
Wednesday, October 6 Gothic Theater, Denver CO $ (SOLD OUT)
Friday, October 8 The Englert Theatre, Iowa City IA $ (SOLD OUT)
Saturday, October 9 First Avenue, Minneapolis MN $ (SOLD OUT)
Sunday, October 10 Thalia Hall, Chicago IL
Monday, October 11 The Vic Theatre, Chicago IL (SOLD OUT)
Tuesday, October 12 Newport Music Hall, Columbus OH $
Thursday, October 14 The Opera House, Toronto ON $ (SOLD OUT)
Friday, October 15 L’Astral, Montreal QC $ (SOLD OUT)
Saturday, October 16 House of Blues, Boston MA $
Monday, October 18 Higher Ground, Burlington VT $
Wednesday, October 20 Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA ^ (SOLD OUT)
Thursday, October 21 Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA $
Friday, October 22 9:30 Club, Washington DC $ (SOLD OUT)
Saturday, October 23, 9:30 Club, Washington DC $ (SOLD OUT)
Monday, October 25 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY  (SOLD OUT)
Tuesday, October 26 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY (SOLD OUT)
Friday, October 29 9:30 Club, Washington DC > (SOLD OUT)
Friday, March 18th Brudenell Social Club, Leeds UK
Sunday, March 20th St Lukes, Glasgow UK
Monday, March 21st The Button Factory, Dublin IE
Wednesday, March 23rd Gorilla, Manchester UK
Thursday, March 24th SWX, Bristol UK
Friday, March 25th Kentish Town Forum, London UK
Tuesday March 29th Botanique, Brussels BL
Wednesday, March 30th Paradiso Noord, Amsterdam NL
Thursday, March 31st Artheater, Cologne DE
Saturday, April 2nd Molotow, Hamburg DE
Sunday, April 3rd Lille Vega, Copenhagen DK
Monday, April 4th Atlas, Aarhus DK
Wednesday April 6th Parkteatret, Oslo NO
Thursday, April 7th Nalen Klubb, Stockholm SE
Saturday, April 9th Lido, Berlin DE
Sunday, April 10th Trafo, Jena DE
Tuesday, April 12th Chelsea, Vienna AT
Wednesday, April 13th Milla, Munich DE
Thursday, April 14th Bogen F, Zürich SU
Friday, April 15th La Maroquinerie, Paris FR

! w/ Bright Eyes
% w/ Bachelor
= w/ y la bamba
$ w/ Bartees Strange
^ w/ Shamir
# w/ Laura Stevenson
> w/ Tomberlin

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Lucy Dacus - Tiny Desk (Home) Concert (NPR)



Earlier today, NPR premiered Lucy Dacus' Tiny Desk (Home) session,filmed by Spang TV in a classroom at the high school she attended in Richmond. This location aptly aligns with one of Home Video’s themes - capturing that specific moment in time growing up where emotions and relationships start becoming more complex. Backed by her regular collaborator Jacob Blizard (lead guitar), plus Dominic Angelella (bass guitar), Ricardo Lagomasino (drums), and Sarah Goldstone (keys, background vocal), Dacus intimately presents four songs off of Home Video - “Brando,” and “VBS,” plus the first on camera performances of “Going Going Gone” and “Thumbs” (solo).

A number of dates on Dacus' Autumn tour are sold out, though several have been added (see below), including new shows in Seattle, Bozeman, Denver, Washington DC and additional nights in Chicago and Philadelphia.

Lucy Dacus on Tour  (new dates in bold)
Saturday, July 24 Portland House of Music, Portland ME # SOLD OUT
Sunday, July 25 The Colony, Woodstock NY # SOLD OUT
Tuesday, July 27 Artpark Amphitheater, Lewiston NY !
Wednesday, July 28 Westville Music Bowl, New Haven CT !
Thursday, July 29 Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks !
Friday, July 30 Palladium, Worchester MA !
Saturday, July 31 Forest Hills Stadium, Queens NY !
Sunday, August 1 Terminal Five, NYC NY!
Tuesday, August 3 Sprint Pavilion, Charlottesville VA !
Wednesday, August 4 Red Hat Amphitheater, Raleigh NC !
Thursday, August 5 Rabbit Rabbit, Asheville NC
Friday, August 6 The Eastern, Atlanta GA !
Sunday, August 8 Sloss Furnace, Birmingham AL !
Friday, September 10 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker, + Thao & The Get Down Stay Down (SOLD OUT
Saturday, September 11 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker + Bachelor  (SOLD OUT)
Monday, September 13 Haw River Ballroom, Saxapahaw NC % (SOLD OUT)
Tuesday, September 14 Terminal West, Atlanta GA % (SOLD OUT)
Wednesday, September 15 Brooklyn Bowl, Nashville TN %
Friday, September 17 Trees, Dallas TX %
Saturday, September 18 White Oak Music Hall (Downstairs), Houston TX %
Sunday, September 19 Scoot Inn, Austin TX %
Monday, September 20 Paper Tiger, San Antonio TX %
Wednesday, September 22 191 Toole, Tucson AZ %
Friday, September 24 The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles CA %
Saturday, September 25 The Observatory OC, Santa Ana CA
Monday, September 27 The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA %
Wednesday, September 29, Neptune Theatre, Seattle WA =
Thursday, September 30 Hollywood Theatre, Vancouver BC $
Friday, October 1 Wonder Ballroom, Portland OR $ (SOLD OUT)
Saturday, October 2 Neptune Theatre, Seattle WA $  (SOLD OUT)
Monday, October 4 The Elm, Bozeman MT $
Tuesday, October 5 Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City UT $
Wednesday, October 6 Gothic Theater, Denver CO $
Friday, October 8 The Englert Theatre, Iowa City IA $
Saturday, October 9 First Avenue, Minneapolis MN $
Sunday, October 10 Thalia Hall, Chicago IL
Monday, October 11 The Vic Theatre, Chicago IL (SOLD OUT)
Tuesday, October 12 Newport Music Hall, Columbus OH $
Thursday, October 14 The Opera House, Toronto ON $
Friday, October 15 L’Astral, Montreal QC $
Saturday, October 16 House of Blues, Boston MA $
Monday, October 18 Higher Ground, Burlington VT $
Wednesday, October 20 Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA ^ (SOLD OUT)
Thursday, October 21 Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA $
Friday, October 22 9:30 Club, Washington DC $ (SOLD OUT)
Saturday, October 23, 9:30 Club, Washington DC $ (SOLD OUT)
Monday, October 25 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY  (SOLD OUT)
Tuesday, October 26 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY (SOLD OUT)
Friday, October 29 9:30 Club, Washington DC >
Friday, March 18th Brudenell Social Club, Leeds UK
Sunday, March 20th St Lukes, Glasgow UK
Monday, March 21st The Button Factory, Dublin IE
Wednesday, March 23rd Gorilla, Manchester UK
Thursday, March 24th SWX, Bristol UK
Friday, March 25th Kentish Town Forum, London UK
Tuesday March 29th Botanique, Brussels BL
Wednesday, March 30th Paradiso Noord, Amsterdam NL
Thursday, March 31st Artheater, Cologne DE
Saturday, April 2nd Molotow, Hamburg DE
Sunday, April 3rd Lille Vega, Copenhagen DK
Monday, April 4th Atlas, Aarhus DK
Wednesday April 6th Parkteatret, Oslo NO
Thursday, April 7th Nalen Klubb, Stockholm SE
Saturday, April 9th Lido, Berlin DE
Sunday, April 10th Trafo, Jena DE
Tuesday, April 12th Chelsea, Vienna AT
Wednesday, April 13th Milla, Munich DE
Thursday, April 14th Bogen F, Zürich SU
Friday, April 15th La Maroquinerie, Paris FR

! w/ Bright Eyes
% w/ Bachelor
= w/ y la bamba
$ w/ Bartees Strange
^ w/ Shamir
# w/ Laura Stevenson
> w/ Tomberlin

Lucy Dacus Online
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boygenius - Limited Orange Vinyl EP



Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, and Lucy Dacus have announced a new limited variant of their 2018 EP boygenius. The new variant, pressed on orange vinyl and featuring a Japanese obi strip, will be released on September 3rd and is available for pre-order on the Matador webstore and at select Japanese independent retailers.

Pre-order limited orange EP / stream boygenius

boygenius EP
1. Bite The Hand
2. Me & My Dog
3. Souvenir
4. Stay Down
5. Salt In The Wound
6. Ketchum, ID

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Lucy Dacus - CBS Saturday Morning



(photo: Ebru Yildiz)

Purchase / Stream Home Video

Lucy Dacus, “one of the best songwriters of her generation” (Rolling Stone), released her new album, Home Video, last Friday. In celebration, she returned to CBS This Morning Saturday for a performance and an interview with Anthony Mason. Dacus originally appeared on the show for her debut national television performance in 2016, and this second round champions how she’s developed into one of the most lauded voices in music today. Dacus gave stunning performances of three of Home Video’s singles - “Brando,” “VBS,” and “Hot & Heavy.” She was joined by her regular collaborator Jacob Blizard (lead guitar), plus Dominic Angelella (bass/keys), Sarah Goldstone (keys, backing vocals), and Ricardo Lagomasiono (drums, sampler).









Lucy Dacus on Tour
Friday, July 23 Newport Folk Festival, Newport RI (SOLD OUT)
Tuesday, July 27 Artpark Amphitheater, Lewiston NY !
Wednesday, July 28 Westville Music Bowl, New Haven CT !
Thursday, July 29 Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks !
Friday, July 30 Palladium, Worchester MA !
Saturday, July 31 Forest Hills Stadium, Queens NY !
Tuesday, August 3 Sprint Pavilion, Charlottesville VA !
Wednesday, August 4 Red Hat Amphitheater, Raleigh NC !
Thursday, August 5 Rabbit Rabbit, Asheville NC
Friday, August 6 The Eastern, Atlanta GA !
Sunday, August 8 Sloss Furnace, Birmingham AL !
Friday, September 10 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker, + Thao & The Get Down Stay Down (SOLD OUT)
Saturday, September 11 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker + Bachelor  (SOLD OUT)
Monday, September 13 Haw River Ballroom, Saxapahaw NC % (SOLD OUT)
Tuesday, September 14 Terminal West, Atlanta GA %
Wednesday, September 15 Brooklyn Bowl, Nashville TN %
Friday, September 17 Trees, Dallas TX %
Saturday, September 18 White Oak Music Hall (Downstairs), Houston TX %
Sunday, September 19 Scoot Inn, Austin TX %
Monday, September 20 Paper Tiger, San Antonio TX %
Wednesday, September 22 191 Toole, Tucson AZ %
Friday, September 24 The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles CA %
Saturday, September 25 The Observatory OC, Santa Ana CA
Monday, September 27 The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA % (SOLD OUT)
Thursday, September 30 Hollywood Theatre, Vancouver BC $
Friday, October 1 Wonder Ballroom, Portland OR $ (SOLD OUT)
Saturday, October 2 Neptune Theatre, Seattle WA $  (SOLD OUT)
Tuesday, October 5 Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City UT $ (SOLD OUT)
Wednesday, October 6 Bluebird Theater, Denver CO $
Friday, October 8 The Englert Theatre, Iowa City IA $
Saturday, October 9 First Avenue, Minneapolis MN $
Monday, October 11 The Vic Theatre, Chicago IL
Tuesday, October 12 Newport Music Hall, Columbus OH $
Thursday, October 14 The Opera House, Toronto ON $
Friday, October 15 L’Astral, Montreal QC $
Saturday, October 16 House of Blues, Boston MA $
Monday, October 18 Higher Ground, Burlington VT $
Wednesday, October 20 Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA ^
Friday, October 22 9:30 Club, Washington DC $ (SOLD OUT)
Saturday, October 23, 9:30 Club, Washington DC $ (SOLD OUT)
Monday, October 25 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY  (SOLD OUT)
Tuesday, October 26 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY
Friday, March 18th Brudenell Social Club, Leeds UK
Sunday, March 20th St Lukes, Glasgow UK
Monday, March 21st The Button Factory, Dublin IE
Wednesday, March 23rd Gorilla, Manchester UK
Thursday, March 24th SWX, Bristol UK
Friday, March 25th Kentish Town Forum, London UK
Tuesday March 29th Botanique, Brussels BL
Wednesday, March 30th Paradiso Noord, Amsterdam NL
Thursday, March 31st Artheater, Cologne DE
Saturday, April 2nd Molotow, Hamburg DE
Sunday, April 3rd Lille Vega, Copenhagen DK
Monday, April 4th Atlas, Aarhus DK
Wednesday April 6th Parkteatret, Oslo NO
Thursday, April 7th Nalen Klubb, Stockholm SE
Saturday, April 9th Lido, Berlin DE
Sunday, April 10th Trafo, Jena DE
Tuesday, April 12th Chelsea, Vienna AT
Wednesday, April 13th Milla, Munich DE
Thursday, April 14th Bogen F, Zürich SU
Friday, April 15th La Maroquinerie, Paris FR

! w/ Bright Eyes
* w/ Julien Baker, Special Guests
% w/ Bachelor
$ w/ Bartees Strange
^ w/ Shamir

Lucy Dacus Online
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Out Today: Lucy Dacus - "Home Video"



Today Lucy Dacus has shared her long-awaited third LP Home Video. The album is available on standard vinyl, CD and on limited clear vinyl through participating independent record stores. A Home Video t-shirt (pictured below) is also available exclusively on the Matador Webstore.

Purchase / Stream Home Video

Lucy Dacus will host a listening party and Q&A today at 3pm ET on YouTube. Tune in and submit your questions via the chat function HERE.



Repo Records in Philadephia and Rough Trade NYC will host an in-person signing with Lucy today (Friday, June 25) and tomorrow (Saturday, June 26) respectively.



Finally, catch Lucy Dacus perform tracks from Home Video on CBS Saturday Morning tomorrow. Find local airtimes HERE.





Home Video Tracklist
01. Hot & Heavy
02. Christine
03. First Time
04. VBS
05. Cartwheel
06. Thumbs
07. Going Going Gone
08. Partner in Crime
09. Brando
10. Please Stay
11. Triple Dog Dare

Lucy Dacus on Tour
Tuesday, July 27 Artpark Amphitheater, Lewiston NY !
Wednesday, July 28 Westville Music Bowl, New Haven CT !
Thursday, July 29 Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks !
Friday, July 30 Palladium, Worchester MA !
Saturday, July 31 Forest Hills Stadium, Queens NY !
Tuesday, August 3 Sprint Pavilion, Charlottesville VA !
Wednesday, August 4 Red Hat Amphitheater, Raleigh NC !
Thursday, August 5 Rabbit Rabbit, Asheville NC
Friday, August 6 The Eastern, Atlanta GA !
Sunday, August 8 Sloss Furnace, Birmingham AL !
Friday, September 10 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker, + Thao & The Get Down Stay Down
Saturday, September 11 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker + Bachelor  (SOLD OUT)
Monday, September 13 Haw River Ballroom, Saxapahaw NC %
Tuesday, September 14 Terminal West, Atlanta GA %
Wednesday, September 15 Brooklyn Bowl, Nashville TN %
Friday, September 17 Trees, Dallas TX %
Saturday, September 18 White Oak Music Hall (Downstairs), Houston TX %
Sunday, September 19 Scoot Inn, Austin TX %
Monday, September 20 Paper Tiger, San Antonio TX %
Wednesday, September 22 191 Toole, Tucson AZ %
Friday, September 24 The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles CA %
Saturday, September 25 The Observatory OC, Santa Ana CA
Monday, September 27 The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA %
Thursday, September 30 Hollywood Theatre, Vancouver BC $
Friday, October 1 Wonder Ballroom, Portland OR $ (SOLD OUT)
Saturday, October 2 Neptune Theatre, Seattle WA $  (SOLD OUT)
Tuesday, October 5 Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City UT $
Wednesday, October 6 Bluebird Theater, Denver CO $
Friday, October 8 The Englert Theatre, Iowa City IA $
Saturday, October 9 First Avenue, Minneapolis MN $
Monday, October 11 The Vic Theatre, Chicago IL
Tuesday, October 12 Newport Music Hall, Columbus OH $
Thursday, October 14 The Opera House, Toronto ON $
Friday, October 15 L’Astral, Montreal QC $
Saturday, October 16 House of Blues, Boston MA $
Monday, October 18 Higher Ground, Burlington VT $
Wednesday, October 20 Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA ^
Friday, October 22 9:30 Club, Washington DC $ (SOLD OUT)
Saturday, October 23, 9:30 Club, Washington DC $
Monday, October 25 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY  (SOLD OUT)
Tuesday, October 26 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY
Friday, March 18th Brudenell Social Club, Leeds UK
Sunday, March 20th St Lukes, Glasgow UK
Monday, March 21st The Button Factory, Dublin IE
Wednesday, March 23rd Gorilla, Manchester UK
Thursday, March 24th SWX, Bristol UK
Friday, March 25th Kentish Town Forum, London UK
Tuesday March 29th Botanique, Brussels BL
Wednesday, March 30th Paradiso Noord, Amsterdam NL
Thursday, March 31st Artheater, Cologne DE
Saturday, April 2nd Molotow, Hamburg DE
Sunday, April 3rd Lille Vega, Copenhagen DK
Monday, April 4th Atlas, Aarhus DK
Wednesday April 6th Parkteatret, Oslo NO
Thursday, April 7th Nalen Klubb, Stockholm SE
Saturday, April 9th Lido, Berlin DE
Sunday, April 10th Trafo, Jena DE
Tuesday, April 12th Chelsea, Vienna AT
Wednesday, April 13th Milla, Munich DE
Thursday, April 14th Bogen F, Zürich SU
Friday, April 15th La Maroquinerie, Paris FR

! w/ Bright Eyes
* w/ Julien Baker, Special Guests
% w/ Bachelor
$ w/ Bartees Strange
^ w/ Shamir

Lucy Dacus Online
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Lucy Dacus - "Brando" on Jimmy Kimmel Live



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Lucy Dacus will release her third album, Home Video, this Friday. Last night, on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, she performed the newest single, “Brando.” Dacus’ flair for storytelling is vibrant in “Brando” and the Old Hollywood references she weaves throughout come to life in her endearing Kimmel performance. Filmed at the Theatre Gym at the Virginia Repertory Theatre, two dancers/choreographers, Egbert Vongmalaithong and Christina Leoni-Osion, twirl behind Dacus as she and her band perform; the scene transforms from black & white into a full spectrum of colors. This is Dacus’ second late night appearance for Home Video, following The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. It previews her forthcoming run supporting Bright Eyes, and headline tour which kicks off later this summer.



Lucy Dacus On Tour
Wednesday, June 23 Red Rocks Amphitheater, Morrison CO @
Tuesday, July 27 Artpark Amphitheater, Lewiston NY !
Wednesday, July 28 Westville Music Bowl, New Haven CT !
Thursday, July 29 Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks !
Friday, July 30 Palladium, Worchester MA !
Saturday, July 31 Forest Hills Stadium, Queens NY !
Tuesday, August 3 Sprint Pavilion, Charlottesville VA !
Wednesday, August 4 Red Hat Amphitheater, Raleigh NC !
Thursday, August 5 Rabbit Rabbit, Asheville NC
Friday, August 6 The Eastern, Atlanta GA !
Sunday, August 8 Sloss Furnace, Birmingham AL !
Friday, September 10 The National, Richmond VA * – co-headlining with Julien Baker, + Thao & The Get Down Stay Down
Saturday, September 11 The National, Richmond VA * – co-headlining with Julien Baker + Bachelor  (SOLD OUT)
Monday, September 13 Haw River Ballroom, Saxapahaw NC %
Tuesday, September 14 Terminal West, Atlanta GA %
Wednesday, September 15 Brooklyn Bowl, Nashville TN %
Friday, September 17 Trees, Dallas TX %
Saturday, September 18 White Oak Music Hall (Downstairs), Houston TX %
Sunday, September 19 Scoot Inn, Austin TX %
Monday, September 20 Paper Tiger, San Antonio TX %
Wednesday, September 22 191 Toole, Tucson AZ %
Friday, September 24 The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles CA %
Saturday, September 25 The Observatory OC, Santa Ana CA
Monday, September 27 The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA %
Thursday, September 30 Hollywood Theatre, Vancouver BC $
Friday, October 1 Wonder Ballroom, Portland OR $ (SOLD OUT)
Saturday, October 2 Neptune Theatre, Seattle WA $  (SOLD OUT)
Tuesday, October 5 Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City UT $
Wednesday, October 6 Bluebird Theater, Denver CO $
Friday, October 8 The Englert Theatre, Iowa City IA $
Saturday, October 9 First Avenue, Minneapolis MN $
Monday, October 11 The Vic Theatre, Chicago IL
Tuesday, October 12 Newport Music Hall, Columbus OH $
Thursday, October 14 The Opera House, Toronto ON $
Friday, October 15 L’Astral, Montreal QC $
Saturday, October 16 House of Blues, Boston MA $
Monday, October 18 Higher Ground, Burlington VT $
Wednesday, October 20 Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA ^
Friday, October 22 9:30 Club, Washington DC $ (SOLD OUT)
Saturday, October 23, 9:30 Club, Washington DC $
Monday, October 25 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY  (SOLD OUT)
Tuesday, October 26 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY

@ w/ Shakey Graves
! w/ Bright Eyes
* w/ Julien Baker, Special Guests
% w/ Bachelor
$ w/ Bartees Strange
^ w/ Shamir

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Lucy Dacus - Tonight On "Jimmy Kimmel Live"



Lucy Dacus will be performing on tonight's episode of ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live", airing at 11:3pm eastern and 10:35 central.

stream / download "Brando"
presave / preorder 'Home Video'


Lucy Dacus On Tour

Wednesday, June 23 Red Rocks Amphitheater, Morrison CO @
Tuesday, July 27 Artpark Amphitheater, Lewiston NY !
Wednesday, July 28 Westville Music Bowl, New Haven CT !
Thursday, July 29 Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks !
Friday, July 30 Palladium, Worchester MA !
Saturday, July 31 Forest Hills Stadium, Queens NY !
Tuesday, August 3 Sprint Pavilion, Charlottesville VA !
Wednesday, August 4 Red Hat Amphitheater, Raleigh NC !
Thursday, August 5 Rabbit Rabbit, Asheville NC
Friday, August 6 The Eastern, Atlanta GA !
Sunday, August 8 Sloss Furnace, Birmingham AL !
Friday, September 10 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker, + Thao & The Get Down Stay Down
Saturday, September 11 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker + Bachelor  (SOLD OUT)
Monday, September 13 Haw River Ballroom, Saxapahaw NC %
Tuesday, September 14 Terminal West, Atlanta GA %
Wednesday, September 15 Brooklyn Bowl, Nashville TN %
Friday, September 17 Trees, Dallas TX %
Saturday, September 18 White Oak Music Hall (Downstairs), Houston TX %
Sunday, September 19 Scoot Inn, Austin TX %
Monday, September 20 Paper Tiger, San Antonio TX %
Wednesday, September 22 191 Toole, Tucson AZ %
Friday, September 24 The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles CA %
Saturday, September 25 The Observatory OC, Santa Ana CA
Monday, September 27 The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA %
Thursday, September 30 Hollywood Theatre, Vancouver BC $
Friday, October 1 Wonder Ballroom, Portland OR $ (SOLD OUT)
Saturday, October 2 Neptune Theatre, Seattle WA $  (SOLD OUT)
Tuesday, October 5 Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City UT $
Wednesday, October 6 Bluebird Theater, Denver CO $
Friday, October 8 The Englert Theatre, Iowa City IA $
Saturday, October 9 First Avenue, Minneapolis MN $
Monday, October 11 The Vic Theatre, Chicago IL
Tuesday, October 12 Newport Music Hall, Columbus OH $
Thursday, October 14 The Opera House, Toronto ON $
Friday, October 15 L’Astral, Montreal QC $
Saturday, October 16 House of Blues, Boston MA $
Monday, October 18 Higher Ground, Burlington VT $
Wednesday, October 20 Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA ^
Friday, October 22 9:30 Club, Washington DC $ (SOLD OUT)
Saturday, October 23, 9:30 Club, Washington DC $
Monday, October 25 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY  (SOLD OUT)
Tuesday, October 26 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY

@ w/ Shakey Graves
! w/ Bright Eyes
* w/ Julien Baker, Special Guests
% w/ Bachelor
$ w/ Bartees Strange
^ w/ Shamir

Lucy Dacus Online
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Lucy Dacus : UK / EU 2022 Dates



This morning Lucy Dacus announced a new slate of UK and EU tour dates  for March / April 2022.

All tickets will go on general sale at 10:00 BST on Friday, June 18th. Prior to that, there will be pre-sale for the UK & Ireland shows*, made available to customers who pre-order 'Home Video' through the UK Webstore here. The pre-sale begins at 10:00 BST on Wednesday, June 16th.

* UK & Ireland only. Does not include EU dates

Lucy's hotly tipped third album 'Home Video' will be released through Matador on June 25th. Listen to new single 'Brando' here

Friday, March 18th Brudenell Social Club, Leeds UK
Sunday, March 20th St Lukes, Glasgow UK
Monday, March 21st The Button Factory, Dublin IE
Wednesday, March 23rd Gorilla, Manchester UK
Thursday, March 24th SWX, Bristol UK
Friday, March 25th Kentish Town Forum, London UK
Tuesday March 29th Botanique, Brussels BL
Wednesday, March 30th Paradiso Noord, Amsterdam NL
Thursday, March 31st Artheater, Cologne DE
Saturday, April 2nd Molotow, Hamburg DE
Sunday, April 3rd Lille Vega, Copenhagen DK
Monday, April 4th Atlas, Aarhus DK
Wednesday April 6th Parkteatret, Oslo NO
Thursday, April 7th Nalen Klubb, Stockholm SE
Saturday, April 9th Lido, Berlin DE
Sunday, April 10th Trafo, Jena DE
Tuesday, April 12th Chelsea, Vienna AT
Wednesday, April 13th Milla, Munich DE
Thursday, April 14th Bogen F, Zürich SU
Friday, April 15th La Maroquinerie, Paris FR

Other Lucy Dacus dates:

Wednesday, June 23 Red Rocks Amphitheater, Morrison CO @
Tuesday, July 27 Artpark Amphitheater, Lewiston NY !
Wednesday, July 28 Westville Music Bowl, New Haven CT !
Thursday, July 29 Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks !
Friday, July 30 Palladium, Worchester MA !
Saturday, July 31 Forest Hills Stadium, Queens NY !
Tuesday, August 3 Sprint Pavilion, Charlottesville VA !
Wednesday, August 4 Red Hat Amphitheater, Raleigh NC !
Thursday, August 5 Rabbit Rabbit, Asheville NC
Friday, August 6 The Eastern, Atlanta GA !
Sunday, August 8 Sloss Furnace, Birmingham AL !
Friday, September 10 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker, + Thao & The Get Down Stay Down
Saturday, September 11 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker + Bachelor  (SOLD OUT)
Monday, September 13 Haw River Ballroom, Saxapahaw NC %
Tuesday, September 14 Terminal West, Atlanta GA %
Wednesday, September 15 Brooklyn Bowl, Nashville TN %
Friday, September 17 Trees, Dallas TX %
Saturday, September 18 White Oak Music Hall (Downstairs), Houston TX %
Sunday, September 19 Scoot Inn, Austin TX %
Monday, September 20 Paper Tiger, San Antonio TX %
Wednesday, September 22 191 Toole, Tucson AZ %
Friday, September 24 The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles CA %
Saturday, September 25 The Observatory OC, Santa Ana CA
Monday, September 27 The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA %
Thursday, September 30 Hollywood Theatre, Vancouver BC $
Friday, October 1 Wonder Ballroom, Portland OR $ (SOLD OUT)
Saturday, October 2 Neptune Theatre, Seattle WA $  (SOLD OUT)
Tuesday, October 5 Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City UT $
Wednesday, October 6 Bluebird Theater, Denver CO $
Friday, October 8 The Englert Theatre, Iowa City IA $
Saturday, October 9 First Avenue, Minneapolis MN $
Monday, October 11 The Vic Theatre, Chicago IL
Tuesday, October 12 Newport Music Hall, Columbus OH $
Thursday, October 14 The Opera House, Toronto ON $
Friday, October 15 L’Astral, Montreal QC $
Saturday, October 16 House of Blues, Boston MA $
Monday, October 18 Higher Ground, Burlington VT $
Wednesday, October 20 Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA ^
Friday, October 22 9:30 Club, Washington DC $ (SOLD OUT)
Saturday, October 23, 9:30 Club, Washington DC $
Monday, October 25 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY  (SOLD OUT)
Tuesday, October 26 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY

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Lucy Dacus - "Brando"


(transcription by Jacob Blizard)





(photo by Ebru Yildiz)

Later this month on June 25th, Lucy Dacus will release her new album, 'Home Video'. Today, she presents “Brando,” the album’s fourth track in a string of emotive singles - “VBS,” “Hot & Heavy,” and “Thumbs.” Continuing to showcase Dacus’ incredible storytelling and songwriting, “Brando” weaves together Old Hollywood references with frank observations of a temperamental relationship: “You called me cerebral // I didn't know what you meant // But now I do. Would it have killed you // to call me pretty instead? //I'm in a second story window // and you're yelling at me "Stella!" // and I'm laughing cause you think you're Brando but you'll never come close.” Hushed casio drums give way to a swell of instrumentation - synthesizer, synth hi hats, a range of guitars, and percussion. Dacus’ melody is an instant earworm.

“‘Brando’ refers to a very dramatic friend I had in high school whose whole personality was the media he consumed,” says Dacus. “He showed me a lot of amazing movies and music, but I think he was more interested in using me as a scrapbook of his own tastes than actually getting to know me. He claimed to know me better than anyone else but I started to feel like all he wanted from me was to be a scene partner in the movie of his life.”

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Additionally, today kicks off a “Brando” video contest. Participants can send in a video of themselves dancing (or skateboarding, ice skating, roller blading, etc.) to the track for a chance to be in the official music video. All skill levels are welcome and more details can be found here.

Lucy Dacus On Tour (new dates in bold)

Wednesday, June 23 Red Rocks Amphitheater, Morrison CO @
Tuesday, July 27 Artpark Amphitheater, Lewiston NY !
Wednesday, July 28 Westville Music Bowl, New Haven CT !
Thursday, July 29 Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks !
Friday, July 30 Palladium, Worchester MA !
Saturday, July 31 Forest Hills Stadium, Queens NY !
Tuesday, August 3 Sprint Pavilion, Charlottesville VA !
Wednesday, August 4 Red Hat Amphitheater, Raleigh NC !
Thursday, August 5 Rabbit Rabbit, Asheville NC
Friday, August 6 The Eastern, Atlanta GA !
Sunday, August 8 Sloss Furnace, Birmingham AL !
Friday, September 10 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker, + Thao & The Get Down Stay Down
Saturday, September 11 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker + Bachelor  (SOLD OUT)
Monday, September 13 Haw River Ballroom, Saxapahaw NC %
Tuesday, September 14 Terminal West, Atlanta GA %
Wednesday, September 15 Brooklyn Bowl, Nashville TN %
Friday, September 17 Trees, Dallas TX %
Saturday, September 18 White Oak Music Hall (Downstairs), Houston TX %
Sunday, September 19 Scoot Inn, Austin TX %
Monday, September 20 Paper Tiger, San Antonio TX %
Wednesday, September 22 191 Toole, Tucson AZ %
Friday, September 24 The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles CA %
Saturday, September 25 The Observatory OC, Santa Ana CA
Monday, September 27 The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA %
Thursday, September 30 Hollywood Theatre, Vancouver BC $
Friday, October 1 Wonder Ballroom, Portland OR $ (SOLD OUT)
Saturday, October 2 Neptune Theatre, Seattle WA $  (SOLD OUT)
Tuesday, October 5 Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City UT $
Wednesday, October 6 Bluebird Theater, Denver CO $
Friday, October 8 The Englert Theatre, Iowa City IA $
Saturday, October 9 First Avenue, Minneapolis MN $
Monday, October 11 The Vic Theatre, Chicago IL
Tuesday, October 12 Newport Music Hall, Columbus OH $
Thursday, October 14 The Opera House, Toronto ON $
Friday, October 15 L’Astral, Montreal QC $
Saturday, October 16 House of Blues, Boston MA $
Monday, October 18 Higher Ground, Burlington VT $
Wednesday, October 20 Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA ^
Friday, October 22 9:30 Club, Washington DC $ (SOLD OUT)
Saturday, October 23, 9:30 Club, Washington DC $
Monday, October 25 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY  (SOLD OUT)
Tuesday, October 26 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY

@ w/ Shakey Graves
! w/ Bright Eyes
* w/ Julien Baker, Special Guests
% w/ Bachelor
$ w/ Bartees Strange
^ w/ Shamir

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Lucy Dacus - "VBS" Lyric Video



Transcription by Jacob Blizard

Following last month's release of Marin Leong's animated video for Lucy Dacus' "VBS", today we're releasing the official lyric video.  "VBS" is culled from Dacus' forthcoming 3rd album, 'Home Video', available everywhere June 25.

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Lucy Dacus On Tour


Wednesday, June 23 Red Rocks Amphitheater, Morrison CO @
Thursday, July 29 Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks !
Friday, July 30 Palladium, Worchester MA !
Saturday, July 31 Forest Hills Stadium, Queens NY !
Friday, September 10 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker, + Thao & The Get Down Stay Down
Saturday, September 11 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker + Bachelor  (SOLD OUT)
Monday, September 13 Haw River Ballroom, Saxapahaw NC %
Tuesday, September 14 Terminal West, Atlanta GA %
Wednesday, September 15 Brooklyn Bowl, Nashville TN %
Friday, September 17 Trees, Dallas TX %
Saturday, September 18 White Oak Music Hall (Downstairs), Houston TX %
Sunday, September 19 Scoot Inn, Austin TX %
Monday, September 20 Paper Tiger, San Antonio TX %
Wednesday, September 22 191 Toole, Tucson AZ %
Friday, September 24 The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles CA %
Saturday, September 25 The Observatory OC, Santa Ana CA
Monday, September 27 The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA %
Thursday, September 30 Hollywood Theatre, Vancouver BC $
Friday, October 1 Wonder Ballroom, Portland OR $
Saturday, October 2 Neptune Theatre, Seattle WA $
Tuesday, October 5 Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City UT $
Wednesday, October 6 Bluebird Theater, Denver CO $
Friday, October 8 The Englert Theatre, Iowa City IA $
Saturday, October 9 First Avenue, Minneapolis MN $
Monday, October 11 The Vic Theatre, Chicago IL
Tuesday, October 12 Newport Music Hall, Columbus OH $
Thursday, October 14 The Opera House, Toronto ON $
Friday, October 15 L’Astral, Montreal QC $
Saturday, October 16 House of Blues, Boston MA $
Monday, October 18 Higher Ground, Burlington VT $
Wednesday, October 20 Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA ^
Friday, October 22 9:30 Club, Washington DC $ (SOLD OUT)
Saturday, October 23, 9:30 Club, Washington DC $
Monday, October 25 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY  (SOLD OUT)
Tuesday, October 26 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY

@ w/ Shakey Graves
! w/ Bright Eyes
* w/ Julien Baker, Special Guests
% w/ Bachelor
$ w/ Bartees Strange
^ w/ Shamir

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Lucy Dacus - "VBS"



(video directed and animated by Marin Leong)



(photo : Ebru Yildiz)

Lucy Dacus presents “VBS,” a new single/video from her forthcoming album, 'Home Video', coming June 25th . Like the previously released “Hot & Heavy” and “Thumbs,” “VBS” starts the way a memoir might - “In the summer of ‘07 I was sure I’d go to heaven, but I was hedging my bets at VBS” - and presents the compassion, humor and honesty of the best autobiographical writing. “VBS” features Dacus on vocals, Jacob Blizard on a slew of electric and acoustic guitars and Jake Finch on drums and organ. The song’s opening melody is contained, feeling as intimate as whisper, before erupting into a wall of reverb and static, and eventually falling away as Dacus carries it out with only her voice. The beautifully animated “VBS” video was made by Dacus’ longtime creative collaborator and 'Home Video' visual director Marin Leong. It perfectly complements the song’s pacing and 'Home Video'’s overall visual presentation .

“VBS means vacation bible school, and I went to tons of them. It's where Christian parents send their kids over the winter, spring, or summer breaks from school to get closer to God, maybe learn some outdoor skills, and bring home useless crafts and totems like fruit of the spirit sand art and purity rings. I wrote the song in the van on the way to Nashville to record Home Video after seeing one of those readerboards outside a church advertising a wholesome church camp for kids. I thought about my first boyfriend, who I met at VBS, the resident bad boy who loved Slayer and weed more than Jesus. I took it upon myself to save him, and make him stop doing drugs (with an exception for snorting nutmeg). God, I was so lame.” - Lucy Dacus

"A lot of the album examines navigation of self and how it evolves, and Lucy and I have often talked about bodies, the part they play in our ideation of self, and both connection and disconnection to them. We arrived at this world where her physical self is being distorted by the landscape that she’s present in, both in a beautiful and slightly uncanny way. One of the reasons I find animation and music compelling is the freedom in world building, the ability to translate story and tone, and synthesize it into a visual landscape using imagery that isn’t necessarily rooted in reality. And although I was treating this video like a diptych or braided essay with the song, rather than an overt visual depiction, I was able to make some subtle but direct references to the lyrics as well, so I’m excited for people to find those." - Marin Leong

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At 3pm today (May 19), Dacus and "VBS" director/animator Marin Leong will be taking questions at YouTube.

Lucy Dacus On Tour (New Dates In Bold)

Wednesday, June 23 Red Rocks Amphitheater, Morrison CO @
Thursday, July 29 Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks !
Friday, July 30 Palladium, Worchester MA !
Saturday, July 31 Forest Hills Stadium, Queens NY !
Friday, September 10 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker, + Thao & The Get Down Stay Down
Saturday, September 11 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker + Bachelor  (SOLD OUT)
Monday, September 13 Haw River Ballroom, Saxapahaw NC %
Tuesday, September 14 Terminal West, Atlanta GA %
Wednesday, September 15 Brooklyn Bowl, Nashville TN %
Friday, September 17 Trees, Dallas TX %
Saturday, September 18 White Oak Music Hall (Downstairs), Houston TX %
Sunday, September 19 Scoot Inn, Austin TX %
Monday, September 20 Paper Tiger, San Antonio TX %
Wednesday, September 22 191 Toole, Tucson AZ %
Friday, September 24 The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles CA %
Saturday, September 25 The Observatory OC, Santa Ana CA
Monday, September 27 The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA %
Thursday, September 30 Hollywood Theatre, Vancouver BC $
Friday, October 1 Wonder Ballroom, Portland OR $
Saturday, October 2 Neptune Theatre, Seattle WA $
Tuesday, October 5 Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City UT $
Wednesday, October 6 Bluebird Theater, Denver CO $
Friday, October 8 The Englert Theatre, Iowa City IA $
Saturday, October 9 First Avenue, Minneapolis MN $
Monday, October 11 The Vic Theatre, Chicago IL
Tuesday, October 12 Newport Music Hall, Columbus OH $
Thursday, October 14 The Opera House, Toronto ON $
Friday, October 15 L’Astral, Montreal QC $
Saturday, October 16 House of Blues, Boston MA $
Monday, October 18 Higher Ground, Burlington VT $
Wednesday, October 20 Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA ^
Friday, October 22 9:30 Club, Washington DC $ (SOLD OUT)
Monday, October 25 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY
Tuesday, October 26 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY

 

@ w/ Shakey Graves
! w/ Bright Eyes
* w/ Julien Baker, Special Guests
% w/ Bachelor
$ w/ Bartees Strange
^ w/ Shamir

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Lucy Dacus - "Hot & Heavy" Lyric Video



(transcription by Jacob Blizard)

Following Lucy Dacus' video for "Hot & Heavy" (co-directed by  Marin Leong) earlier this month, this morning marks the release of a lyric clip for the second single from Dacus' eagerly anticipated 3rd album, 'Home Video' (out June 25).

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Lucy Dacus On Tour
Friday, September 10 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker
Saturday, September 11 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker
Monday, September 13 Haw River Ballroom, Saxapahaw NC %
Tuesday, September 14 Terminal West, Atlanta GA %
Wednesday, September 15 Brooklyn Bowl, Nashville TN %
Friday, September 17 Trees, Dallas TX %
Saturday, September 18 White Oak Music Hall (Downstairs), Houston TX %
Sunday, September 19 Scoot Inn, Austin TX %
Monday, September 20 Paper Tiger, San Antonio TX %
Wednesday, September 22 191 Toole, Tucson AZ %
Friday, September 24 The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles CA %
Saturday, September 25 The Observatory OC, Santa Ana CA
Monday, September 27 The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA %
Thursday, September 30 Hollywood Theatre, Vancouver BC $
Friday, October 1 Wonder Ballroom, Portland OR $
Saturday, October 2 Neptune Theatre, Seattle WA $
Tuesday, October 5 Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City UT $
Friday, October 8 The Englert Theatre, Iowa City IA $
Saturday, October 9 First Avenue, Minneapolis MN $
Monday, October 11 The Vic Theatre, Chicago IL
Tuesday, October 12 Newport Music Hall, Columbus OH $
Thursday, October 14 The Opera House, Toronto ON $
Friday, October 15 L’Astral, Montreal QC $
Saturday, October 16 House of Blues, Boston MA $
Monday, October 18 Higher Ground, Burlington VT $
Wednesday, October 20 Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA ^
Friday, October 22 9:30 Club, Washington DC $
Monday, October 25 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY

* w/ Julien Baker, Special Guests
% w/ Bachelor
$ w/ Bartees Strange
^ w/ Shamir

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VIDEO : Lucy Dacus - "Hot & Heavy" on CBS' "The Late Show WIth Stephen Colbert"



Last night, Lucy Dacus and her band performed the new song, "Hot & Heavy" on CBS' "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert". "Hot & Heavy" is the second single from Dacus' forthcoming 3rd album, 'Home Video', coming June 25.

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Lucy Dacus On Tour  (tickets on sale, Friday April 16 at 10am local time)
Friday, September 10 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker
Saturday, September 11 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker
Monday, September 13 Haw River Ballroom, Saxapahaw NC %
Tuesday, September 14 Terminal West, Atlanta GA %
Wednesday, September 15 Brooklyn Bowl, Nashville TN %
Friday, September 17 Trees, Dallas TX %
Saturday, September 18 White Oak Music Hall (Downstairs), Houston TX %
Sunday, September 19 Scoot Inn, Austin TX %
Monday, September 20 Paper Tiger, San Antonio TX %
Wednesday, September 22 191 Toole, Tucson AZ %
Friday, September 24 The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles CA %
Saturday, September 25 The Observatory OC, Santa Ana CA
Monday, September 27 The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA %
Thursday, September 30 Hollywood Theatre, Vancouver BC $
Friday, October 1 Wonder Ballroom, Portland OR $
Saturday, October 2 Neptune Theatre, Seattle WA $
Tuesday, October 5 Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City UT $
Friday, October 8 The Englert Theatre, Iowa City IA $
Saturday, October 9 First Avenue, Minneapolis MN $
Monday, October 11 The Vic Theatre, Chicago IL
Tuesday, October 12 Newport Music Hall, Columbus OH $
Thursday, October 14 The Opera House, Toronto ON $
Friday, October 15 L’Astral, Montreal QC $
Saturday, October 16 House of Blues, Boston MA $
Monday, October 18 Higher Ground, Burlington VT $
Wednesday, October 20 Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA ^
Friday, October 22 9:30 Club, Washington DC $
Monday, October 25 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY

* co headlining with Julien Baker
% w/ Bachelor
$ w/ Bartees Strange
^ w/ Shamir

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Lucy Dacus - 'Home Video' Coming June 25





"Hot & Heavy", Directed by Lucy Dacus & Marin Leong, Co-directed by Jordan Rodericks.



(photo : Ebru Yildiz)

Lucy Dacus's long awaited 3rd album, 'Home Video', is out June 25th, and today releases the lead single/video, “Hot & Heavy,” which she’ll perform tonight on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert". Additionally, she has confirmed a September/October 2021 North American tour (dates below). The follow-up to 2018’s 'Historian 'and her 2016 debut 'No Burden', 'Home Video' was built on Dacus’ interrogation of her coming-of-age years in Richmond, Virginia. Many of the songs start the way a memoir might, and all of them have the compassion, humor, and honesty of the best autobiographical writing. These songs capture that specific moment in time growing up where emotions and relationships start becoming more complex. They capture the joys, the excitement, the confusion, and even the heartbreak of going through the process of discovering who you are and where people fit in your life and where you fit in theirs. Most importantly and mysteriously, this album displays Dacus’s ability to use the personal as portal into the universal.



“I thought I was writing ‘Hot & Heavy’ about an old friend, but I realized along the way that it was just about me outgrowing past versions of myself,” explains Dacus. “So much of life is submitting to change and saying goodbye even if you don't want to. Now whenever I go to places that used to be significant to me, it feels like trespassing the past. I know that the teen version of me wouldn't approve of me now, and that's embarrassing and a little bit heartbreaking, even if I know intellectually that I like my life and who I am.”

The accompanying, self-directed video was shot in the historic Byrd Theatre in Richmond where Dacus often saw movies during her adolescent years.

“I knew I wanted to include some of the home video footage that my dad took of me while I was growing up. I wanted to visualize the moment when you first reflect on your childhood, which I think can also be the moment that childhood is over. For me, I feel like there was a hard switch when I started releasing music, when my identity went from being a personal project to something publicly observed and reflected. I asked my family (shoutout to my grandma) and some of my closest friends to be extras because they're the people that knew me before that switch. I may have dropped out of film school, but I still love making movies and had a really fun time directing this one.”

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Home Video Tracklist
01. Hot & Heavy
02. Christine
03. First Time
04. VBS
05. Cartwheel
06. Thumbs
07. Going Going Gone
08. Partner in Crime
09. Brando
10. Please Stay
11. Triple Dog Dare












'Home Video' : a Foreword

There are a thousand truisms about home and childhood, none of them true but all of them honest. It’s natural to want to tidy those earliest memories into a story so palatable and simple that you never have to read again. A home video promises to give your memories back with a certificate of fact— but the footage isn’t the feeling. Who is just out of frame? What does the soft focus obscure? How did the recording itself change the scene?

Some scrutinize the past and some never look back and Lucy Dacus, a lifelong writer and close reader, has long been the former sort. “The past doesn’t change,” Dacus said on a video call during that interminable winter of video calls. “Even if a memory is of a time I didn’t feel safe, there’s safety in looking at it, in its stability.”

This new gift from Dacus, 'Home Video', her third album, was built on an interrogation of her coming-of-age years in Richmond, Virginia. Many songs start the way a memoir might—“In the summer of ’07 I was sure I’d go to heaven, but I was hedging my bets at VBS”—and all of them have the compassion, humor, and honesty of the best autobiographical writing. Most importantly and mysteriously, this album displays Dacus’s ability to use the personal as portal into the universal. “I can’t hide behind generalizations or fiction anymore,” Dacus says, though talking about these songs, she admits, makes her ache.

While there’s a nostalgic tint to much of Dacus’s work, the obliquely told stories in past songs are depicted here with greater specificity. "Triple Dog Dare" recounts young, queer love complicated and forbidden by religion. The toxic relationship depicted in "Partner in Crime" is filled with pining, deceit, and meeting curfew. (“My heart’s on my sleeve/ it’s embarrassing/ the pulpy thing, beating.”) "Christine" is an elegiac ballad about a close friend vanishing into an inhibiting relationship.

As is often the case with Dacus, these songs are a study in contrast. In "Hot & Heavy " she sings powerfully about blushing and diffidence, while the song "Thumbs" contains an elegant fantasy about the brutal murder of a close friend’s no-good father. After performing "Thumbs" during the nearly nonstop tours for her first two albums, it quickly became a white whale to Dacus fans, who have been counting the days until its release just as we’ve all awaited the end of this endless quarantine.

While all that touring made Lucy long to re-root in her hometown, her sudden acclaim filled Richmond with funhouse distortions of herself. People she didn’t know were looking at her like they knew her better than she knew herself. Strangers showed up at her front door. “You used to be so sweet,” she sings on the opening track, “now you're a firecracker on a crowded street.” That truism, both true and false—you can’t go home again—seemed to taunt her at the very time she needed home the most.

In August 2019, after a too much touring then a month of silence, it was time to go back to Trace Horse Studio in Nashville—Jacob Blizard, Collin Pastore, and Jake Finch, her loyal friends and collaborators were at her side again. Dacus’s boygenius bandmates, Phoebe Bridgers and Julien Baker sang a loving chorus on "Please Stay" and "Going Going Gone" while each recorded solo songs during the same session. Dacus’s resulting record—full of arrhythmic heartbeat percussion and backgrounds of water-warped pipe organ— was mixed by Shawn Everett and mastered by Bob Ludwig.

Loyal Dacus listeners may notice that the melodies here are lower and more contained, at times feeling as intimate as a whisper. The vulnerability of these songs, so often about the intense places where different sorts of love meet and warp, required this approach. “When you told me ‘bout your first time, a soccer player at the senior high,” she sings in "Cartwheel", “I felt my body crumple to the floor. Betrayal like I’d never felt before.” Yet in "Partner in Crime", Dacus marries content and form in a strikingly different way, using uncharacteristic autotune in a song about duplicity and soft coercion.

That 'Home Video' arrives at the end of this locked down, fearful era seems as preordained as the messages within. “I don’t necessarily think that I’m supposed to understand the songs just because I made them,” Dacus says into a screen, “I feel like there’s this person who has been in me my whole life and I’m doing my best to represent them.” After more than a year of being homebound, in a time when screens and video calls were sometimes our only form of contact, looking backward was a natural habit for many. If we haven’t learned it already, this album is a gorgeous example of the transformative power of vulnerability. Dacus’s voice, both audible and on the page, has a healer’s power to soothe and ground and reckon.

Catherine Lacey, February 2021, Chicago, IL



Lucy Dacus On Tour
Friday, September 10 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker
Saturday, September 11 The National, Richmond VA * - co-headlining with Julien Baker
Monday, September 13 Haw River Ballroom, Saxapahaw NC %
Tuesday, September 14 Terminal West, Atlanta GA %
Wednesday, September 15 Brooklyn Bowl, Nashville TN %
Friday, September 17 Trees, Dallas TX %
Saturday, September 18 White Oak Music Hall (Downstairs), Houston TX %
Sunday, September 19 Scoot Inn, Austin TX %
Monday, September 20 Paper Tiger, San Antonio TX %
Wednesday, September 22 191 Toole, Tucson AZ %
Friday, September 24 The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles CA %
Saturday, September 25 The Observatory OC, Santa Ana CA
Monday, September 27 The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA %
Thursday, September 30 Hollywood Theatre, Vancouver BC $
Friday, October 1 Wonder Ballroom, Portland OR $
Saturday, October 2 Neptune Theatre, Seattle WA $
Tuesday, October 5 Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City UT $
Friday, October 8 The Englert Theatre, Iowa City IA $
Saturday, October 9 First Avenue, Minneapolis MN $
Monday, October 11 The Vic Theatre, Chicago IL
Tuesday, October 12 Newport Music Hall, Columbus OH $
Thursday, October 14 The Opera House, Toronto ON $
Friday, October 15 L’Astral, Montreal QC $
Saturday, October 16 House of Blues, Boston MA $
Monday, October 18 Higher Ground, Burlington VT $
Wednesday, October 20 Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA ^
Friday, October 22 9:30 Club, Washington DC $
Monday, October 25 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY

* w/ Julien Baker, Special Guests
% w/ Bachelor
$ w/ Bartees Strange
^ w/ Shamir

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Lucy Dacus - "Thumbs"





photo by Marin Leong

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The last few years have been tremendous for Lucy Dacus. Today, she continues the momentum with a heart wrenching new single, “Thumbs.” The song debuted live following its creation in fall 2018 and has since become a fan favorite, so much so that it has its own dedicated Twitter account. In spirit of the anticipation and love for the song, prior to its official release, Dacus surprised 100 random fans with a hand-assembled VHS tape with a recording of “Thumbs.” The track showcases Dacus’ evocative and profound storytelling, her voice magnetic over scaled back synth and mellotron.

Written during a 15 minute car ride to dinner in Nashville, Dacus says: “Like most songs I write, I wasn’t expecting it and it made me feel weird, almost sick. It tells the story of a day I had with a friend during our freshman year of college, a significant day, but not one that I had thought of for years. I started playing it live a month or so later during the boygenius tour after Phoebe and Julien encouraged me to. I knew I wanted a long time to get used to playing it since it made me feel shaky, so I ended sets with it for about half the shows I played in 2019. Before I played it, I would ask the audience to please not record it, a request that seems to have been respected, which I'm grateful for."



“Thumbs” Lyrics

You hung up the phone
and I asked you what was wrong.
Your dad has come to town.
He’d like to meet.
I said, “You don’t have to see him,”
but for whatever reason, you can’t tell him no.


So we meet him at a bar.
You were holding my hand hard.
He ordered rum and coke.
I can’t drink either anymore.
He hadn’t seen you since the fifth grade.
Now you’re nineteen and you’re 5’8”.
He said, “Honey, you sure look great.
Do you get the checks I send on your birthday?”

I would kill him
if you let me.
I would kill him
quick and easy.
Your nails are digging into my knee.
I don’t know how you keep smiling.

I love your eyes
and he has ‘em.
Or you have his
‘cause he was first.
I imagine my thumbs on the irises
pressing in
until they burst.

I clear my throat and say we oughta get home.
He offers us a ride.
I reply, “No, that’s alright.”
When we leave, you feel him watching,
so we walk a mile in the wrong direction.

I would kill him
if you let me.
I would kill him
quick and easy.
Your nails are digging into my knee.
I don’t know how you keep smiling.
I don’t know how you keep smiling.
I don’t know how you keep smiling.
I wanna take your face between my hands
and say:

You two are connected by a pure coincidence.
Bound to him by blood, but baby, it’s all relative.
You’ve been in his fist ever since you were a kid,
but you don’t owe him shit even if he said you did.
You don’t owe him shit even if he said you did.

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boygenius : demos EP (Bandcamp) (24 Hours Only)



(photo : Lera Pentelute)


On Friday, July 3 boygenius -- Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, and Lucy Dacus – will make three demos from their 2018 EP available digitally exclusively through Bandcamp.

The music will remain online for one day only, coinciding with the site’s 24-hour waiver of its revenue share.
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Proceeds will be split between three charities, each member having selected an organization local to them :

Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, and Lucy Dacus.

OUTMemphis, Downtown Women’s Center, and Mutual Aid Disaster Relief Richmond.

The demos are voice memo recordings of the songs “Bite the Hand,” “Me & My Dog,” and “Stay Down” that were taped in rehearsal on June 5th, 2018 the day before the group would enter the studio to record its eponymous EP.

Tracklist:
boygenius demos
1. Bite The Hand (June 5, 2018 demo)
2. Me & My Dog (June 5, 2018 demo)
3. Stay Down (June 5, 2018 demo)

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Yo La Tengo - ' Electr-o-pura' 25th Anniversary Reissue ; Lucy Dacus Covering "Tom Courtenay"



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Matador's Revisionist History series -- as vexing for some as it is lucrative for others -- continues this week with a 25th anniversary reissue of Yo La Tengo's 1995 masterpiece, the Roger Moutenot co-produced 'Electr-o-pura', now available in a double LP edition for the first time.

The 7th studio Yo La Tengo studio album and the follow-up to 'Painful', 'Electr-o-pura' remains one of the most beloved works in Ira, Georgia and James' catalog, and showed a stylistic range that at time was already bordering on the-very-difficult-keep-up-with (fast forward to 2020 and we'll just say "impossible").  From the single "Tom Courtenay", to the woozy & beautiful "Pablo & Andrea", to the climatic 9 minute, 18 second blowout of "Blue Line Swinger", this album was nothing short of monumental in an era that wasn't short for competition.

A while back, labelmate Lucy Dacus mentioned to us that 'Electr-o-pura' was released on her birthday.  We asked if she'd like to write a few words on the subject ; she's done just that and recorded a cover of "Tom Courtenay" as well.



 
I was born on May 2, 1995, the day that 'Electr-o-pura' came out.

Fourteen years later, I started high school and made a new friend who wore a leather jacket and boots, who expressed confident opinions about music that I had never heard. I devoured every recommendation they gave me in an effort to align my tastes. I wanted to be cool, or at least not uncool. I found out about The Stooges, Philip Glass, and Sonic Youth through my effort to win their approval. I loved it all, and my parents hated every new discovery. Cool was loud.

One day my friend brought me a stack of CDs, all Yo La Tengo, and told me to take them home, listen to them, burn them, and return them. I did what I was told. I liked those records from the start, and more with every listen. I’d lay in bed listening to one of their records, pause the song I was listening to when I got too tired, then push play upon waking.

I remember my confusion upon listening to Electr-o-pura for the first time. I referenced the tracklist on the back of the CD so I could learn titles, but the printed song durations didn’t match up to what I was hearing. I wondered if there was some manufacturing error and I wasn’t hearing the songs I was supposed to hear. “Flying Lesson (Hot Chicken #1)” is listed as lasting just over three minutes when it’s actually 6:42. “Blue Line Swinger” says it’s 3:15, but actually clocks in at 9:18. I know now from looking into it that Yo La Tengo intentionally misprinted the times, trying to combat short attention spans, hoping they would trick people into giving those long songs a chance. It tricked me, though I’m a sucker for long songs anyways. It’s interesting to think about how this move couldn’t be pulled today in a world of digitized music. And if people had short attention spans then, how short are they now? All to say, I liked that they were playful.



What kept me coming back to Yo La Tengo was their understanding of moods. I listened to bands that knew anger, bands that knew sadness, but I didn’t know of any other bands that could express a full life’s range of moods the way they can. From song to song, the music was anxious, celebratory, sorrowful, content, confused, etc. And even when they got loud or dissonant, it never felt hostile. The sounds could be harsh, even ugly, but they were joyful. Some songs could make me cry, but they were gentle, not malevolent. I was taking on someone else’s tastes, and in the process, discovering my own.

Tom Courtenay was the first Yo La Tengo song I learned on guitar. I didn’t know what it meant, but I knew who Julie Christie was and loved the line, “As the music swells somehow stronger from adversity / our hero finds his inner peace.” I didn’t know what the needle had to do with anything, but I couldn’t stop thinking about it. It was like any good poem, leaving space for me, between images. Now, I think the song may be about obsession with media, equating the allure of the movies and movie stars to drug addiction. Who knows, that’s just my take.

Eventually when Matador asked to sign me, the fact that Yo La Tengo is on their roster was a major component of my decision. They’ve been putting out great albums every couple of years for over three decades, experimenting and exploring with what seems to be an uncompromised creativity. That is worth celebrating, especially now, when any opportunity for celebration is a blessing. Happy 25th birthday to Electr-o-pura, and thanks for the music, Yo La Tengo.
- Lucy Dacus

Tracklist
01 Decora
02 Flying Lesson (Hot Chicken #1)
03 The Hour Grows Late
04 Tom Courtenay
05 False Ending
06 Pablo And Andrea
07 Paul Is Dead
08 False Alarm
09 The Ballad Of Red Buckets
10 Don’t Say A Word (Hot Chicken #2
11 (Straight Down To The) Bitter End
12 My Heart’s Reflection
13 Attack On Love
14 Blue Line Swinger

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Anniversary releases for Chavez' 'Gone Glimmering', Bailter Space's 'Wammo', and Mary Timony's 'Mountains' will be announced later this year.  For more info : Matador Revisionist History.

Lucy Dacus - Spring/Summer 2020 North American Tour

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Following the recent announcement of solo headlining dates in The United Kingdom and Europe, Lucy Dacus has announced further touring through North America in Spring and Summer 2020. The newly announced dates are in support of Bright Eyes and The National, respectively. General on-sale for all dates begins on Friday, February 21st. 10am local time for dates with The National and Noon local time for dates with Bright Eyes.

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Lucy Dacus on Tour
March 5-8 Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival, Okeechobee FL
Friday, March 6 Ryman Auditorium, Nashville TN ^
Saturday, April 4 Mission Creek Festival, Iowa City IA
Tuesday, April 14 Hydrophone, Lorient FR *
Thursday, April 16 La Peniche Cancale, Dijon FR *
Saturday, April 18 Romandie, Lausanne,  CH *
Tuesday, April 21 B72, Vienna AU *
Thursday, April 23 Chapeau Rouge, Prague CZ *
Saturday, April 25 Roter Salon, Berlin DE *
Monday, April 27 Hebebühne, Hamburg DE *
Tuesday, April 28 Tyde, Dortmund DE *
Wednesday, April 29 ACU, Utrecht, NL *
Friday, May 1 Union Chapel, London UK *
Monday, May 4 CCA, Glasgow, UK *
Tuesday, May 5, The Limelight 2, Belfast, UK *
Wednesday, May 6 Button Factory, Dublin, IE *
Friday, June 12 The Palladium, Worchester MA &
Saturday, June 13 Beak and Skiff Orchards, Lafayette NY &
Sunday, June 14 Artpark, Lewiston NY &
Tuesday, June 16 Levitt Pavillion SteelStacks, Bethlehem PA &
Wednesday, June 17 Shelburne Museum, Shelburne VT &
Thursday, June 18 State Theatre, Portland ME &
Friday, June 19 College Street Music Hall, New Haven CT &
Saturday, June 20 Forest Hills Stadium, Queens NY **
Wednesday, July 15 Shelburne Museum, Shelburne VT @
Monday, July 20 Surly Brewing Co, Minneapolis MN @
Tuesday, July 21 Burton Cummings Theatre, Winnipeg CA @
Thursday, July 23 Edmonton Events Center, Edmonton CA @
Saturday, July 25 Kettlehouse Amphitheatre, Missoula MT @
Sunday, July 26 Boise Botanical Gardens, Boise ID @

^ w/ Ruston Kelly
* w/ Fenne Lily
& w/ Bright Eyes
** w/ Bright Eyes, Japanese Breakfast
@ w/ The National

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Lucy Dacus - Live on KEXP



After premiering the performance of "Fool's Gold" late last year, KEXP has released the entirety of Lucy Dacus' in-studio set. The session includes "My Mother & I" from last year's EP titled 2019 as well as Historian's "Yours & Mine," "Timefighter," and "Night Shift."



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Lucy Dacus has recently announced a group of solo European dates taking place this Spring, as well as a performance supporting Bright Eyes at Forest Hills Stadium on June 20th. All upcoming dates are listed below.

Lucy Dacus on Tour
March 5-8 Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival, Okeechobee FL
Friday, March 6 Ryman Auditorium, Nashville TN ^
Saturday, April 4 Mission Creek Festival, Iowa City IA
Tuesday, April 14 Hydrophone, Lorient FR *
Thursday, April 16 La Peniche Cancale, Dijon FR *
Saturday, April 18 Romandie, Lausanne,  CH *
Tuesday, April 21 B72, Vienna AU *
Thursday, April 23 Chapeau Rouge, Prague CZ *
Saturday, April 25 Roter Salon, Berlin DE *
Monday, April 27 Hebebühne, Hamburg DE *
Tuesday, April 28 Tyde, Dortmund DE *
Wednesday, April 29 ACU, Utrecht, NL *
Friday, May 1 Union Chapel, London UK *
Monday, May 4 CCA, Glasgow, UK *
Tuesday, May 5, The Limelight 2, Belfast, UK *
Wednesday, May 6 Button Factory, Dublin, IE *
Saturday, June 20 Forest Hills Stadium, Queens NY **

^ w/ Ruston Kelly
* w/ Fenne Lily
** w/ Bright Eyes, Japanese Breakfast

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Lucy Dacus announces 2020 EU tour dates



Lucy Dacus has this morning announced a run of  European tour dates to take place over April & May this year.

Following a whirlwhind end to the decade which saw Lucy release her '2019' series, perform to packed crowds in Australia & New Zealand as well as playing at incredible festivals the world over, Lucy will return to Europe for shows in France, Switzerland, Germany, The UK, Czech Republic, The Netherlands, Ireland and Austria

Tickets go on sale at 10:00 GMT on Wednesday, February 5th.

Ticket info available here



Poster by Eva Henderson

Lucy Dacus Tour dates (new in bold)

March 5-8 Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival, Okeechobee FL
Friday, March 6 Ryman Auditorium, Nashville TN ^
Saturday, April 4 Mission Creek Festival, Iowa City IA
Tuesday, April 14 Hydrophone, Lorient FR
Thursday, April 16 La Peniche Cancale, Dijon FR
Saturday, April 18 Romandie, Lausanne,  CH
Tuesday, April 21 B72, Vienna AU
Thursday, April 23 Chapeau Rouge, Prague CZ
Saturday, April 25 Roter Salon, Berlin DE
Monday, April 27 Hebebühne, Hamburg DE
Tuesday, April 28 Tyde, Dortmund DE
Wednesday, April 29 ACU, Utrecht, NL
Friday, May 1 Union Chapel, London UK
Monday, May 4 CCA, Glasgow, UK
Tuesday, May 5, The Limelight 2, Belfast, UK
Wednesday, May 6 Button Factory, Dublin, IE

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