August 23rd, 2022

Julia Jacklin

Just ahead of her highly-awaited new album PRE PLEASURE, Australia’s Julia Jacklin shares a latest taste of the forthcoming album with new single, “Be Careful With Yourself.”

PRE PLEASURE arrives this Friday, August 26 on Polyvinyl Record Co.

The new album, Jacklin’s third, is a masterclass in songwriting and cements her status as one of the most important songwriters of our time. PRE PLEASURE was conceived upon returning home from a mammoth Crushing world tour, and finished in a frantic few months of recording in Montreal with co-producer Marcus Paquin (The Weather Station, The National). The 10-track offering sees Jacklin once again putting intensely personal thoughts and feelings to paper whilst expanding on her signature sound; and, at the same time, attempting to inject some joy back into the process.

“Once music becomes your job, you can lose the purity of music fandom. I spent the last two years trying to reconnect with that. I didn’t play much, I just listened. Especially to a lot of big pop music like Celine Dion, Robyn and Luther Vandross – music that wasn’t so heavy, big feelings, big production. You lose sight of what putting on a big, beautiful song can do.”

US Tour Dates:

08/26 – Stanford, CA @ Frost Amphitheater – Here and There Festival

08/27 – Pasadena, CA @ This Ain’t No Picnic Festival

09/09 – Austin, TX @ Mohawk #

09/10 – Dallas, TX @ The Studio at The Factory #

09/12 – Nashville, TN @ The Basement East #

09/13 – Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West #

09/15 – Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club #

09/16 – Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel #

09/17 – Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts #

09/18 – Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club #

09/20 – Montreal, QC @ Corona Theatre $

09/21 – Toronto, ON @ Phoenix Concert Theatre $

09/22 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Calvin University $

09/23 – Chicago, IL @ Thalia Hall $

09/24 – Minneapolis, MN @ Fine Line $

09/26 – Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater $

09/27 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Urban Lounge $

09/29 – Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom $

09/30 – Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile $

10/01 – Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile (SOLO) $

10/02 – Portland, OR @ Revolution Hall $

10/04 – San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore $

10/05 – Solana Beach, CA @ Belly Up Tavern $

10/07 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda Theatre $

10/08 – Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom $

# w/ Kara Jackson

$ w/ Katy Kirby

UK & European Tour Dates:

11/03 – Dublin, Ireland @ Vicar Street &

11/05 – Glasgow, Scotland @ SWG3 TV Studio &

11/06 – Manchester, UK @ The Ritz &

11/07 – Birmingham, UK @ The Mill &

11/09 – Bristol, UK @ SWX &

11/10 – Brighton, UK @ Chalk &

11/11 – London, UK @ Roundhouse &

11/13 – Paris, France @ La Maroquinerie &

11/14 – Antwerp, Belgium @ Trix Club &

11/15 – Cologne, Germany @ Club Bahnhof Ehrenfeld &

11/17 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Paradiso &

11/18 – Hamburg, Germany @ Knust &

11/20 – Oslo, Norway @ Parkteatret &

11/21 – Stockholm, Sweden @ Slaktkyrkan &

11/22 – Copenhagen, Denmark @ Dr Koncerthuset &

11/24 – Berlin, Germany @ Columbia Theatre &

11/25 – Munich, Germany @ Strom &

11/26 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Plaza &

11/27 – Milan, Italy @ Magnolia &

11/29 – Barcelona, Spain @ Apolo &

11/30 – Madrid, Spain @ SalaMon &

12/01 – Lisbon, Portugal @ Lav &

& w/ Erin Rae

#juliajacklin

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August 19th, 2022

Courtney Barnett

Courtney Barnett’s Here and There festival is officially underway with the first half of the tour now complete. The first 7 shows featured incredible performances from Lucy Dacus, Snail Mail, Alvvays, They Hate Change, Faye Webster, Bartees Strange, The Beths, Quinn Christpherson, Hana Vu and Caroline Rose. The tour will now head to the West Coast where Barnett will be joined at various points by Arooj Aftab, Bedouine, Chicano Batman, Ethel Cain, Indigo De Souza, Japanese Breakfast, Julia Jacklin, Leith Ross, Sleater-Kinney, Waxahatchee, and Wet Leg. As Paste Magazine put it, “If a festival tour with a rotating lineup of some of the best indie-rock artists out there right now compiled by an excellent artist in her own right sounds like a dream to you, we’re here to inform you that you’re wide awake and it’s happening.” A full city-by-city summary can be found below.

Here and There

To celebrate the incredible coming together of these wonderful artists, Barnett has today released a very rare and limited edition run of 600 cassette tapes where all funds raised will go to the National Network of Abortion Funds and Advocates for Youth.

Earlier this week the demo for Sleater-Kinney’s Complex Female Characters was released. 

#counrtneybarnett #Hereandtherefest 

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August 10th, 2022

Courtney Barnett

Courtney Barnett’s Here and There festival is officially underway with the first shows featuring  the masterful Quinn Christopherson and the always incredible Lucy Dacus. Also joining Barnett at various points on the line-up will be Alvvays, Arooj Aftab, Bartees Strange, Bedouine, Caroline Rose, Chicano Batman, Ethel Cain, Faye Webster, Fred Armisen, Hana Vu, Indigo De Souza, Japanese Breakfast, Julia Jacklin, Leith Ross, Men I Trust, Sleater-Kinney, Snail Mail, The Beths, They Hate Change, Waxahatchee, and Wet Leg. A full city-by-city summary can be found here.

See Courtney live from 2018 here

Here and There Fest

To celebrate the incredible coming together of these wonderful artists, Barnett is releasing a very rare and limited edition run of 1200 cassette tapes where all funds raised will go to the National Network of Abortion Funds and Advocates for Youth. B-Sides can be ordered here.

Courtney Barnett has also released here demo of “If I Don’t Hear From You Tonight” 

Bsides

Here And There: B-Sides, Live Tracks + Demos Tracklisting:

SIDE 1

1 – Julia Jacklin – Vegas Wedding (Demo)

2 – Bedouine – Wasn’t Me (Live)

3 – The Beths – Keep The Distance (Demo)

4 – Faye Webster – Come To Atlanta (Live from Chase Park Transduction)

SIDE 2

5 – Sleater-Kinney – Complex Female Characters (Live)

6 – Courtney Barnett – If I Don’t Hear From You Tonight (Demo)

7 – Caroline Rose – Soma (Demo)

8 – Hana Vu – Maker (Live From The Parking Lot Sessions)

#hereandtherefest #courtneymelba

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August 3rd, 2022

Today, Stella Donnelly unveils her new single/video, “How Was Your Day?,” from her forthcoming album Flood, out August 26th on Secretly Canadian.

“How Was Your Day?” is quintessential Stella Donnelly – a buoyant track with deadpan vocals harkening back to her 2019 breakthrough debut album, Beware of the Dogs. “Level-headedness has made way for a disastrous love,” she drops casually. “I know it, you know it.” Of the track, Donnelly says: “This is my attempt at building a song out of a very specific dynamic between two monogamously involved people. The verses are just excerpts from real conversations, fragments of what two people talk about when they both know they need to have a real talk but neither wants to be the one to bring it up. This song came out of lockdown and seeing a lot of friends break up or get married.”

Directed by Nick Mckk and Claire Giuffre, the “How Was Your Day?” accompanying video is playfully macabre, juxtaposing shots of soccer games and car wrecks to uncanny effect. “This video does a really good job of portraying how annoying I am!,” Donnelly says. “We shot it from opposite sides of the world which was a little bit stressful but a lot of fun.”

Later this fall, Donnelly will embark on a world tour.

Sun. Sept. 11 – San Diego, CA @ Casbah

Mon. Sept. 12 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Roxy Theatre

Tue. Sept. 13 – San Francisco, CA @ Independent

Thu. Sept. 15 – Portland, OR @ Mississippi Studios

Fri. Sept. 16 – Vancouver, BC @ Biltmore Cabaret

Sat. Sept. 17 – Seattle, WA @ Neumos

Wed. Sept. 21 – Minneapolis, MN @ Fine Line Music Cafe

Thu. Sept. 22 – Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall

Fri. Sept. 23 – Detroit, MI @ Sanctuary

Sat. Sept. 24 – Toronto, ON @ Longboat Hall

Mon. Sept. 26 – Boston, MA @ Crystal Ballroom

Wed. Sept. 28 – Brooklyn, NY @ Elsewhere

Fri. Sept. 30 – Philadelphia, PA @ World Cafe Live

Sat. Oct. 1 – Washington, DC @ Songbyrd

Tue. Nov. 1 – Leeds, UK @ Wardrobe

Wed. Nov. 2 – Glasgow @ Mono

Thu. Nov. 3 – Manchester @ Band On The Wall

Fri. Nov. 4 – Dublin, IE @ Whelan’s

Sun. Nov. 6 – Liverpool, UK @ Zanzibar

Tue. Nov. 8 Nottingham, UK @ Metronome

Wed. Nov. 9 – Bristol, UK @ Thekla

Thu. Nov. 10 – London, UK @ Electric Brixton

Sat. Nov. 12 – Cardiff, UK @ The Gate

Sun. Nov. 13 – Birmingham, UK @ Hare and Hounds

Mon. Nov. 14 – Brighton, UK @ Komedia

Wed. Nov. 16 – Paris, FR @  FMR

Thu. Nov. 17 – Cologne, DE @ Artheatre

Fri. Nov. 18 – Brussels, BE @ Rotonde – Botanique

Sun. Nov. 20 – Amsterdam, NL @ Bitterzoet

Mon. Nov. 21 – Hamburg, DE @ Molotow Skybar

Tue. Nov. 22 – Copenhagen, DK @ Hotel Cecil

Thu. Nov. 24 – Berlin, DE @ Badehaus

Fri. Nov. 25 – Munich, DE @ Strom !

 ! w/ Julia Jacklin

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July 19th, 2022

Julia Jacklin

Julia Jacklin today shares another taste of her highly anticipated new album PRE PLEASURE, set for release on August 26 on Polyvinyl Record Co. The driving “Love, Try Not To Let Go” arrives with a spontaneous and joyful one-shot video filmed in Melbourne, co-directed with Nick Mckk, and featuring a collaboration with visual artist Juliet Bryant.

“”Love, Try Not To Let Go” was written one night during the recording period in my apartment in Montreal. It’s the first song I’ve ever written fully on piano. It’s the first time I’ve played piano on a record. I thought someone better would redo the take but we kept it so now I’m officially a pianist. We recorded it the next day. I made everyone watch the running scene from Rocky beforehand.” – Julia Jacklin

US Tour Dates:

08/26 – Stanford, CA @ Frost Amphitheater – Here and There Festival

08/27 – Pasadena, CA @ This Ain’t No Picnic Festival

09/09 – Austin, TX @ Mohawk #

09/10 – Dallas, TX @ The Studio at The Factory #

09/12 – Nashville, TN @ The Basement East #

09/13 – Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West #

09/15 – Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club #

09/16 – Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel #

09/17 – Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts #

09/18 – Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club #

09/20 – Montreal, QC @ Corona Theatre $

09/21 – Toronto, ON @ Phoenix Concert Theatre $

09/22 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Calvin University $

09/23 – Chicago, IL @ Thalia Hall $

09/24 – Minneapolis, MN @ Fine Line $

09/26 – Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater $

09/27 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Urban Lounge $

09/29 – Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom $

09/30 – Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile $

10/02 – Portland, OR @ Revolution Hall $

10/04 – San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore $

10/05 – Solana Beach, CA @ Belly Up Tavern $

10/07 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda Theatre $

10/08 – Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom $

# w/ Kara Jackson

$ w/ Katy Kirby

UK & European Tour Dates:

11/03 – Dublin, Ireland @ Vicar Street &

11/05 – Glasgow, Scotland @ SWG3 TV Studio &

11/06 – Manchester, UK @ The Ritz &

11/07 – Birmingham, UK @ The Mill &

11/09 – Bristol, UK @ SWX &

11/10 – Brighton, UK @ Chalk &

11/11 – London, UK @ Roundhouse &

11/13 – Paris, France @ La Maroquinerie &

11/14 – Antwerp, Belgium @ Trix Club &

11/15 – Cologne, Germany @ Club Bahnhof Ehrenfeld &

11/17 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Paradiso &

11/18 – Hamburg, Germany @ Knust &

11/20 – Oslo, Norway @ Parkteatret &

11/21 – Stockholm, Sweden @ Slaktkyrkan &

11/22 – Copenhagen, Denmark @ Dr Koncerthuset &

11/24 – Berlin, Germany @ Columbia Theatre &

11/25 – Munich, Germany @ Strom &

11/26 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Plaza &

11/27 – Milan, Italy @ Magnolia &

11/29 – Barcelona, Spain @ Apolo &

11/30 – Madrid, Spain @ SalaMon &

12/01 – Lisbon, Portugal @ Lav &

& w/ Erin Rae

#juliajacklin

 

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June 21st, 2022

Stella Donnelly

Today, Stella Donnelly presents “Flood,” the title track/video from her forthcoming album, out August 26th on Secretly Canadian.

Directed by Donnelly, Nick Mckk and Grace Goodwin, the accompanying “Flood” video centers on an idyllic summer day — or at least Donnelly’s idiosyncratic version of one. “This clip is pure ridiculous play, like going to your grandparents house where you and your cousins would get up to the most elaborate film projects,” Donnelly says. “We always ran around the house making home movies that tried to re-enact other films and much like this clip here, they always ended in some sort of minor catastrophe. With this video for ‘Flood’ we have made a very feeble attempt at recreating the legendary OK GO video clip for ‘Here it Goes Again’ and we failed gloriously.”

Of  “Flood,” Donnelly says: “This song feels like a sad little adventure. I wrote it in the dark depths of a Melbourne winter lockdown where it had been raining for consecutive weeks. Everyone around me was falling into their own version of depression at different times. It felt like a flood of trauma yet at the same time, we were given an opportunity of time to work through stuff that we’d been distracting ourselves with for so long prior to the pandemic.”

This fall, Donnelly will embark on a world tour, including stops in Los Angeles, Chicago, Brooklyn, and a plethora of dates across Europe and the UK. Full dates are listed below and tickets are on sale now.

Stella Donnelly Tour Dates

Mon. Jun. 27 – Utrecht, NL @ Tivoli Vrendenburg *

Tue. Jun. 28 – Utrecht, NL @ Tivoli Vrendenburg *

Thu. Jun. 30 – Berlin, DE  @ Verti Music Hall *

Sun. Jul. 3 – Six-Fours-les-Plages, FR @ Pointu Festival

Thur. Jul. 7 – Biscay, ES @ BBK Bilbao Festival

Sat. Jul. 23 – Byron Bay, AU @ Splendour In The Grass

Sun. Sept. 11 – San Diego, CA @ Casbah

Mon. Sept. 12 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda

Tue. Sept. 13 – San Francisco, CA @ Independent

Thu. Sept. 15 – Portland, OR @ Mississippi Studios

Fri. Sept. 16 – Vancouver, BC @ Biltmore Cabaret

Sat. Sept. 17 – Seattle, WA @ Neumos

Wed. Sept. 21 – Minneapolis, MN @ Fine Line Music Cafe

Thu. Sept. 22 – Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall

Fri. Sept. 23 – Detroit, MI @ Sanctuary

Sat. Sept. 24 – Toronto, ON @ Longboat Hall

Mon. Sept. 26 – Boston, MA @ Crystal Ballroom

Wed. Sept. 28 – Brooklyn, NY @ Elsewhere

Fri. Sept. 30 – Philadelphia, PA @ World Cafe Live

Sat. Oct. 1 – Washington, DC @ Songbyrd

Tue. Nov. 1 – Leeds, UK @ Wardrobe

Wed. Nov. 2 – Glasgow @ Mono

Thu. Nov. 3 – Manchester @ Band On The Wall

Fri. Nov. 4 – Dublin, IE @ Whelan’s

Sun. Nov. 6 – Liverpool, UK @ Zanzibar

Tue. Nov. 8 Nottingham, UK @ Metronome

Wed. Nov. 9 – Bristol, UK @ Thekla

Thu. Nov. 10 – London, UK @ Electric Brixton

Sat. Nov. 12 – Cardiff, UK @ The Gate

Sun. Nov. 13 – Birmingham, UK @ Hare and Hounds

Mon. Nov. 14 – Brighton, UK @ Komedia

Wed. Nov. 16 – Paris, FR @  FMR

Thu. Nov. 17 – Cologne, DE @ Artheatre

Fri. Nov. 18 – Brussels, BE @ Rotonde – Botanique

Sat. Nov. 19 – Amsterdam, NL @ Bitterzoet

Mon. Nov. 21 – Hamburg, DE @ Molotow Skybar

Tue. Nov. 22 – Copenhagen, DK @ Hotel Cecil

Thu. Nov. 24 – Berlin, DE @ Badehaus

Fri. Nov. 25 – Munich, DE @ Strom !

 * w/ Mitski

! w/ Julia Jacklin

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June 14th, 2022

Julia Jacklin is back with a new album out this August, and it’s a welcome return with critics and fans alike preparing for yet another devastatingly powerful record. PRE PLEASURE set for release on August 26 via Polyvinyl Record Co.

“I Was Neon” is out today, in what feels like an instant classic. The song is driven by steady guitars and a driving rhythm section, and sonically it’s a rock-pop anthem with Jacklin asking “Am I going to lose myself again?” We might see Jacklin question herself but as always her sharp and intelligent lyrics counter any doubt she may be having.

 

Jacklin tells us “I first wrote ‘I was neon’ for a band called rattlesnack, a short-lived much loved 2019 side project that I played drums in. I rewrote it for my album in Montreal, during a time when I was desperately longing for a version of myself that I feared was gone forever. I was thinking of this song when I made the album cover, this song is the album cover really.” 

Filmed in Melbourne, Jacklin also directed the video.

US Tour Dates:

08/26 – Stanford, CA @ Frost Amphitheater – Here and There Festival

08/27 – Pasadena, CA @ This Ain’t No Picnic Festival

09/09 – Austin, TX @ Mohawk #

09/10 – Dallas, TX @ The Studio at The Factory #

09/12 – Nashville, TN @ The Basement East #

09/13 – Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West #

09/15 – Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club #

09/16 – Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel #

09/17 – Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts #

09/18 – Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club #

09/20 – Montreal, QC @ Corona Theatre $

09/21 – Toronto, ON @ Phoenix Concert Theatre $

09/22 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Calvin University $

09/23 – Chicago, IL @ Thalia Hall $

09/24 – Minneapolis, MN @ Fine Line $

09/26 – Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater $

09/27 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Urban Lounge $

09/29 – Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom $

09/30 – Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile $

10/02 – Portland, OR @ Revolution Hall $

10/04 – San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore $

10/05 – Solana Beach, CA @ Belly Up Tavern $

10/07 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda Theatre $

10/08 – Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom $

# w/ Kara Jackson

$ w/ Katy Kirby

UK & European Tour Dates:

11/03 – Dublin, Ireland @ Vicar Street &

11/05 – Glasgow, Scotland @ SWG3 TV Studio &

11/06 – Manchester, UK @ The Ritz &

11/07 – Birmingham, UK @ The Mill &

11/09 – Bristol, UK @ SWX &

11/10 – Brighton, UK @ Chalk &

11/11 – London, UK @ Roundhouse &

11/13 – Paris, France @ La Maroquinerie &

11/14 – Antwerp, Belgium @ Trix Club &

11/15 – Cologne, Germany @ Club Bahnhof Ehrenfeld &

11/17 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Paradiso &

11/18 – Hamburg, Germany @ Knust &

11/20 – Oslo, Norway @ Parkteatret &

11/21 – Stockholm, Sweden @ Slaktkyrkan &

11/22 – Copenhagen, Denmark @ Dr Koncerthuset &

11/24 – Berlin, Germany @ Columbia Theatre &

11/25 – Munich, Germany @ Strom &

11/26 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Plaza &

11/27 – Milan, Italy @ Magnolia &

11/29 – Barcelona, Spain @ Apolo &

11/30 – Madrid, Spain @ SalaMon &

12/01 – Lisbon, Portugal @ Lav &

& w/ Erin Rae

#juliajacklin

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March 24th, 2022

Here and There Fest

Courtney Barnett today announces ‘Here And There,’ a boutique touring festival with a rotating line-up featuring many of the most exciting songwriters in music today. This August and September, Barnett will take the one-day, one-stage festival to 15 locations around North America, each city with an extraordinary and unique line-up.

http://hereandtherefest.com/

Joining Barnett at various points on the line-up will be Alvvays, Arooj Aftab, Bartees Strange, Bedouine, Caroline Rose, Chicano Batman, Ethel Cain, Faye Webster, Fred Armisen, Hana Vu, Indigo De Souza, Japanese Breakfast, Julia Jacklin, Leith Ross, Lido Pimienta, Lucy Dacus, Men I Trust, Quinn Christopherson, Sleater-Kinney, Snail Mail, The Beths, Waxahatchee, and Wet Leg. A full city-by-city summary can be found below.

Barnett says: “When I was a kid I would make mix-tapes and dream up my own festivals, I’d even design the t-shirts and pair up musicians for iconic collaborations. I’d listen to the mix-tape and pretend it was the live recording of a concert, all my favorite artists on stage together. 10 years ago I wrote this lyric: “I got lost somewhere between here and there, I’m not sure what the town was called”. Whether that was meant to be interpreted as a geographical, emotional or philosophical journey, I thought it was the perfect title for my roaming festival.

This concept was something that remained floating in the back of my mind when I started playing music. Here And There feels like a natural culmination of energy after years of touring, and ten years of  working on my label Milk! Records. It’s something I’ve been forever daydreaming about, and part of an always evolving project to share spaces and build new platforms for art and artists that I believe in.

It’s always been important to me to share the stage with people that I admire and artists that inspire me, which is why I’m so excited and grateful to announce this amazing lineup.”

Courtney is thrilled to have The Ally Coalition (TAC) at Here and There. TAC will be partnering with Here And There to provide site-specific programs throughout the tour. Founded in 2013 by Jack Antonoff (Bleachers) and fashion designer Rachel Antonoff, TAC is committed to bettering the lives of LGBTQ youth through tours, campaigns and partnerships, providing support to organizations serving LGBTQ Youth. TAC partners with artists and uses their platforms to raise awareness of the systemic inequalities facing the LGBTQ population and activate prominent members of the creative community and their fan bases to engage with these issues in meaningful and impactful ways. This year, TAC is touring with a range of incredible artists, including Courtney Barnett, Bleachers, Big Thief, Faye Webster, Beach Bunny and Caroline Rose.

Courtney is partnering with Plus1 to donate $1/ticket to TAC and their work supporting LGBTQ Youth across the country.

TOUR DATES:

8/8/2022 – Kansas City, MO – Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland              

Courtney Barnett

Lucy Dacus

Quinn Christopherson

 

8/9/2022 – St. Louis, MO – The Factory   

Courtney Barnett

Lucy Dacus

Quinn Christopherson

 

8/10/2022 – Cleveland, OH – Agora          

Courtney Barnett

Lucy Dacus

Quinn Christopherson

               

8/12/2022 – Harrisburg, PA – XL Live        

Courtney Barnett

Lucy Dacus

Faye Webster

Caroline Rose

 

8/13/2022 – North Adams, MA – MASS MoCA

Courtney Barnett

Lucy Dacus

Men I Trust

Faye Webster

The Beths

Bartees Strange

Hana Vu

 

8/14/2022 – Syracuse, NY – Beak N Skiff

Courtney Barnett

Snail Mail

Faye Webster

Hana Vu

                               

8/16/2022 – Chicago, IL – Salt Shed

Courtney Barnett

Alvvays

The Beths

                               

8/20/2022 – Portland, OR – Edgefield

Sleater-Kinney

Courtney Barnett

Waxahatchee

Fred Armisen

 

8/21/2022 – Seattle, WA – Marymoore

Courtney Barnett

Sleater-Kinney

Waxahatchee

Fred Armisen

Leith Ross

 

8/23/2022 – Vancouver, BC – Orpheum Theater

Courtney Barnett

Lido Pimienta

                               

8/26/2022 – Stanford, CA – Frost Amphitheater

Courtney Barnett

Japanese Breakfast

Chicano Batman

Julia Jacklin

                                                               

8/28/2022 – San Diego, CA – Humphrey’s

Courtney Barnett

Indigo De Souza

Ethel Cain

                                               

8/31/2022 – Dallas, TX – Bomb Factory

Courtney Barnett

Wet Leg

Indigo De Souza

 

9/1/2022 – Austin, TX -ACL Moody

Courtney Barnett

Indigo De Souza

Ethel Cain

                                               

9/3/2022 – Denver, CO  – Mission Ballroom

Japanese Breakfast

Courtney Barnett

Arooj Aftab

Bedouine

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May 19th, 2021

Bachelor & TBA Present – Doomin’ Sun Fest

June 10, 2021

6pm EST

To Benefit Seeding Sovereignty

https://doominsunfest.bachelor-band.com/

Bachelor—the collaborative project of Jay Som’s Melina Duterte and Palehound’s Ellen Kempner—will release its debut album Doomin’ Sun on May 28th via Polyvinyl Record Co. (North America), Lucky Number (ROW) and Milk! Records (AUS/NZ). To celebrate the album release they have also announced Doomin’ Sun Fest, a massive livestream festival / telethon to benefit and uplift Seeding Sovereignty. The festival will take place on June 10 starting at 6pm ET., and will be followed by a virtual afterparty inside the 3D social game Hotel Hideaway
 
Created as a chance to gather for “Community, Compassion, Climate, and Celebration,” Doomin’ Sun Fest will be FREE to attend, but donations to Seeding Sovereignty will be highly encouraged. The organization is an Indigenous-led collective working to radicalize and disrupt colonized spaces through land, body, and food sovereignty work, community building, and cultural preservation. 
 
Melina & Ellen will live-host Doomin’ Sun Fest, which will culminate in the first ever Bachelor concert, shot and directed by Haoyan Of America with designer Richie Brown, powered by HIFI Labs. “Basically we just wanna have fun celebrating our album release, raise funds for Seeding Sovereignty, and get people excited about donating and opening their hearts to themes of the fest – the “4 C’s” as we call them – that are driving this endeavor,” note Ellen and Melina.
 

Featuring:

Adeline
Adrianne Lenker of Big Thief
Alexis from Sleigh Bells w/ Young Women Who Crush
Alynda Segarra (Hurray For The Riff Raff)
Andy Shauf
Anjimile
Bartees Strange
Beach Bunny
Becca Mancari
Benjamin Gibbard
Black Belt Eagle Scout
Boy Scouts
Brijean
Christelle Bofale
Claud
Courtney Barnett
Faye Webster
Fime
Frankie Cosmos
Hand Habits
Japanese Breakfast
Jeff Rosenstock
Jeff Tweedy
Jessi Frick of Father Daughter Records
Jose James + Taali
Julia Jacklin
Julien Baker
Kero Kero Bonito
KR from Decolonize UnConference
Lala Lala
Long Beard
Lucy Dacus
Luna Li
Madeline Kenney
Madison McFerrin
Mannequin Pussy
Manu Grace
MICHELLE
Miloe
Pendant
Quinn Christopherson
Rozzi
Sasami
Sen Morimoto
Shamir
Soccer Mommy
Soft Glas
Sylvan Esso
Tagalikha
Tank & the Bangas
Tasha
Tegan and Sara
Thao
Tune-Yards
Vagabon

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