Marissa Nadler Announces Summer Headlining Tour

Marissa Nadler Announces Summer Headlining Tour

 

Photo Credit: Ebru Yildiz; Courtesy of Motormouth Media

 

West Coast Dates With Black Mountain Start Today

Strangers Is Out May 20th on Sacred Bones

 

"The richness of both the deep shadows and the bright bursts of light mirror Nadler’s floating vocals cutting through the melancholy soundscapes, eliciting the beauty that is present in darkness once one is comfortable dwelling there." – Stereogum

 

"If anybody is capable of capturing and exploring the various shades of black and making them all beautiful, it might just be singer-songwriter Marissa Nadler." - Consequence of Sound

 

"Eerie and enchanting." - SPIN

 

“She is so overdue for everybody to fall in love with her.” – Bob Boilen, NPR All Songs Considered

 

Marissa Nadler has announced an extensive headlining tour of the US this summer following the release of Strangers May 20th on Sacred Bones. She will be performing with a full band. Nadler’s previously announced West Coast dates with Black Mountain begin tonight in Bellingham, Washington, and she will be performing live on KEXP tomorrow at 4 pm Pacific. She will be playing a sold out album release show May 18th at Union Pool in Brooklyn.

 

Marissa Nadler also appears on the cover of The Wire this month, which is out now. More info HERE.

 

Marissa Nadler Tour Dates

 

April 21 – Bellingham, WA – The Shakedown *

April 22 – Seattle, WA – Tractor Tavern *

April 23 – Portland, OR – Doug Fir Lounge * (Sold Out)

April 25 – Santa Ana, CA – Constellation Room *

April 26 – San Diego, CA – The Casbah *

April 27 – Los Angeles, CA – Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever Cemetery *

April 28 – Los Angeles, CA - Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever Cemetery *

April 29 – San Francisco, CA – The Independent *

May 18 – Brooklyn, NY – Union Pool (Sold Out)

July 5 – Portland, OR – Doug Fir Lounge

July 6 – Boise, ID – Neurolux

July 8 – Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court

July 9- Denver, CO – Lost Lake Lounge

July 10 – Omaha, NE – Reverb

July 11 – Minneapolis, MN – 7th Street Entry

July 12 – Chicago, IL – Empty Bottle

July 13 – Detroit, MI – El Club

July 14 – Toronto, ON – The Drake

July 15 – Montreal, QC – La Salla Rossa

July 16 – Hudson, NY – Half Moon

July 19 – Boston, MA – Great Scott

July 20 – Providence, RI – Aurora

July 21 – New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom

July 22 – Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brenda’s

July 24 – Washington, DC – DC9

July 25 – Raleigh, NC – Cat’s Cradle Back Room

July 26 – Atlanta, GA – The Earl

July 27 – New Orleans, LA – Gasa Gasa

July 29 – Austin, TX – The Sidewinder

July 30 – Denton, TX – Rubber Gloves

August 1 – Phoenix, AZ – Valley Bar

 

* - w/ Black Mountain

 

Strangers Pre-order:iTunes: geni.us/MNstrangersiTunes

Bandcamp: marissanadler.bandcamp.com/

 

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For more than 12 years, Marissa Nadler has perfected her own take on the exquisitely sculpted gothic American songform. On her seventh full-length, Strangers, out May 20th on Sacred Bones, she has shed any self-imposed restrictions her earlier albums adhered to, stepped through a looking glass, and created a truly monumental work.

 

In the two years since 2014’s elegiac, autobiographical July, Nadler has reconciled the heartbreak so often a catalyst for her songwriting. Turning her writing to more universal themes, Nadler dives deep into a surreal, apocalyptic dreamscape. Her lyrics touch upon the loneliness and despair of the characters that inhabit them. These muses are primal, fractured, disillusioned, delicate, and alone. They are the unified voice of this record, the titular “strangers.”

 

Once again partnered with July producer Randall Dunn (Sunn O)))EarthBlack Mountain) Nadler has created a new album equal in sonic quality to the apocalyptic lyrical tone that covers its 44 minutes. In places her voice and guitar play off subsonic synths, while elsewhere, a pulsing drumbeat launches the song off into an intense, confrontational place.

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