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 1st, 2022

Yeah Yeah Yeahs

After teasing their first new music in over nine years, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs are officially back with a new album and single to share with the masses. Karen O, Nick Zinner and Brian Chase announce today their fifth studio album, Cool It Down, will be released on September 30th via Secretly Canadian and features cover photography by Alex Prager. The eight-track collection is an expert distillation of the band’s best gifts that impel you to move, cry, and listen closely and is bound to be a landmark in their catalog.

Cool It Down

To punctuate this news, the band has shared the album opener and first single from the record, the Dave Sitek-produced  “Spitting Off the Edge of the World” feat. Perfume Genius.

Perfume Genius also co-stars alongside Karen in the visual for “Spitting,” as an avenging angel limo driver to her desert rebel queen. The visual was directed by longtime YYY’s collaborator, Cody Critcheloe (aka Ssion), who designed the artwork for Fever To Tell and also directed Perfume Genius’s amazing “Queen” video.

“To all who have waited, our dear fans, thank you, our fever to tell has returned, and writing these songs came with its fair share of chills, tears, and euphoria when the pain lifts and truth is revealed. Don’t have to tell you how much we’ve been going through in the last nine years since our last record, because you’ve been going through it too, and we love you and we see you, and we hope you feel the feels from the music we’ve made. No shying away from the feels, or backing down from what’s been gripping all of us these days. So yes we’ve taken our time, happy to report when it’s ready it really does just flow out,” says Karen O.

“The record is called Cool It Down which is snagged from a lesser known Velvet Underground Song. I told Alex Prager whose photo graces our record cover that her image speaks to sweeping themes in the music and sums up how I, Karen, feel existentially in these times! But there’s always more to the story. This is how our new story begins, we present to you with heads bowed and fists in the air “Spitting Off the Edge of the World” featuring Perfume Genius.

A note on this video, it’s a dream collaboration with one of our favorite artists of the 21st century Cody Critcheloe who did the artwork for our first record back in 2003 and has been making visionary music videos for the last decade. The time to collaborate again came with Spitting, the shoot in Kansas City was dream-like, the dreams you have after eating something really greasy right before bed; bizarre, poetic, and intense. Perfume Genius was incredibly gracious to roll in the very cold mud as my co pilot and steal scene after scene with his surreal charm.  We trusted Cody implicitly, he surpassed expectations and gave us our November Rain. YYY’s spirit is alive and well through the eyes of Cody Critcheloe. Custom Yeahs limo was largely his handiwork, fueled on love.”

Yeah Yeahs Yeahs on tour:

June 5: O2 Apollo @ Manchester, UK [Support: English Teacher]

June 7: O2 Academy Brixton @ London, UK [Support: Dry Cleaning, Anika]

June 8: O2 Academy Brixton @ London, UK [Support: Porridge Radio, Anika]

June 11: Primavera Sound 2022 @ Barcelona, ES

July 20: Margaret Court Arena @ Melbourne, Australia [Support: Wet Leg]

July 22: Splendour in the Grass 2022 @ Yelgun, Australia

July 24: Hordern Pavilion @ Sydney, Australia [Support: Wet Leg]

July 29: Osheaga Music and Arts Festival 2022 @ Montreal, QC

September 18: Riot Fest @ Chicago, IL

October 1: Forest Hills Stadium @ New York, NY [Special Guest TBA, The Linda Linda]

October 6: Hollywood Bowl @ Los Angeles, CA [Japanese Breakfast, The Linda Lindas

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May 10th, 2022

Today, Australian musician Stella Donnelly returns, announcing her sophomore album, Flood, out August 26th on Secretly Canadian, and a world tour (on sale Friday, May 13th). In conjunction, she presents the album’s lead single/video, “Lungs.”

During her time in the rainforests of Australia’s Bellingen, one of the many cities she lived throughout her time writing this album, Donnelly took to birdwatching. By paying closer attention to the natural world around her, she was “able to lose that feeling of anyone’s reaction to me. I forgot who I was as a musician, which was a humbling experience of just being; being my small self.” Reconnecting with the “small self” allowed Donnelly to tap into creative wells she didn’t know existed; she wrote 43 tracks as she moved out of Bellingen and around the country. “I had so many opportunities to write things in strange places,” Donnelly remarks, having passed through Fremantle, Williams, Guilderton, Margaret River and Melbourne. “I often had no choice about where I was. There’s no denying that not being able to access your family with border closures, it zooms in on those parts of your life you care about.”

Donnelly says. “Dynamics between old best friends, or dynamics between housemates, or a relationship where the two people are broken up and haven’t spoken in years. I like getting into the mind of someone who we’ve all been at some point.” This interest expresses itself in a unique way on the record as Donnelly regularly “plays dress-up,” adopting different faces and personas to help her distill her truest self. In “Lungs” she writes from the point of view of a child whose family has just been evicted.

 Donnelly co-directed the video for “Lungs” with Duncan Wright. She comments, “Very loosely based on the Banded Stilts of my album cover, the character I play in red is a wobbly adult, doing their best with their new set of legs and responsibilities, trying to make it look easy but very much on unsteady ground. I wanted this video to celebrate the child, firm in their footholds, intimidatingly honest, not to be messed with, they are the strength and power of this video no matter how much I try to assert myself as the boss. The clip is choreographed by Donnelly’s childhood friends, sisters Billie, Nikki, and Stevie Tanner, who run the Tanner Dance Academy. “They weaved so much beauty in their choreography and also let the dancers apply their own take to the movements which really shines through in the static shots. Grace Goodwin who produced, set-designed and costumed the clip was integral in creating my stilted character and creating a point of difference between that and my child self.”

Stella Donnelly Tour Dates

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/ Julia Jacklin

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April 22nd, 2022

Hatchie

Hatchie has officially released her anticipated new album and Secretly Canadian debut, Giving The World Away.

Hatchie has shared a Joe Agius-directed video for album standout “The Rhythm.”

Giving The World Away marks the start of a chapter in which Hatchie infuses her dazzling dream-pop and shoegaze tangle with a deeper and more honest portrayal of herself. “There’s more to me than just writing songs about being in love or being heartbroken — there’s a bigger picture than that,” Hatchie explains. “This album really just feels like the beginning to me, and scratching the surface – and even though it’s my third release as Hatchie, I feel like I’m rebooting from scratch.”

Giving the World Away is a sprawling work. Featuring extensive input from long-time Hatchie collaborator Joe Agius, it takes the celestial, shimmering shoegaze and pop sensibilities of her earlier releases, but with the volume knob cranked up tenfold. Built out with percussion from Beach House drummer James Barone, it’s synthed-out, sonic opulence, a more structured and ornate musicality with traces of ‘90s trip-hop and acid house influences.

TOUR DATES:

05/04/22 – Washington, D.C. – Songbyrd Record Cafe

05/05/22 – Philadelphia, PA – The Foundry

05/06/22 – Somerville, MA – Crystal Ballroom at Somerville Theatre

05/07/22 – Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg

05/09/22 – Montreal, QC – Bar Le Ritz PDB

05/10/22 – Toronto, ON – The Garrison

05/12/22 – Pittsburgh, PA – Club Cafe

05/13/22 – Columbus, OH – Ace of Cups

05/14/22 – Chicago, IL – Sleeping Village

05/15/22 – St Paul, MN – Turf Club

05/19/22 – Vancouver, BC – Fortune Sound Club

05/20/22 – Portland, OR – Mississippi Studios

05/21/22 – Seattle, WA – Neumos

05/23/22 – San Francisco, CA – Rickshaw Stop

05/25/22 – San Diego, CA – Casbah

05/26/22 – Los Angeles, CA – Lodge Room

#hihatchie

 

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April 13th, 2022

Faye Webster

Today, Faye Webster announces Car Therapy Sessions, an EP of new and re-imagined songs by Webster, backed by a full orchestra. Car Therapy Sessions will be released on April 29th via Secretly Canadian. To mark the occasion she has shared the title track, “Car Therapy,” and its companion video directed by Sean Valdivieso and edited by hbaCreate.

“I have a vivid memory of walking around London in 2018 listening to a mix of Jonny, which I had just written. I remember thinking “I want to perform this song with an orchestra”. I truly have had my heart set on it since then, always talking about it and figuring out how or when to make it happen,” says Webster.

“I chose these songs mostly for them being some of my favorites but also thinking about how different they would sound with an orchestra. Especially Cheers, I feel like that’s the one song people wouldn’t think I would choose but that’s exactly why I did. Trey also made all the arrangements so that they start off playing songs of mine that I didn’t end up choosing, which I thought was brilliant.

The recording experience was beautiful, I was truly fighting tears. I think I had actually even cried listening to the demos. I was put in a position where I could see the conductor as well as the producer, which I needed because I honestly couldn’t pick up on my cues sometimes even though I wrote the songs. I was so distracted in how beautiful the orchestra sounded I would forget to sing sometimes.”

TOUR DATES:

*With Haim

April 29 – Shaky Knees Festival – Atlanta, GA

May 04 – Moody Amphitheatre – Austin, TX*

May 05 – The Pavillion at Toyota Music Factory – Irving, TX*

May 06 – 713 Music Hall – Houston, TX*

May 08 – Daily’s Place – Jacksonville, FL*

May 09 – FPL Solar Amphitheatre – Miami, FL*

May 11 – Ameris Bank Amphitheatre – Alpharetta, GA*

May 13 – The Anthem – Washington D.C.*

May 14 – The Anthem – Washington D.C.*

May 17 – Madison Square Garden – New York, NY*

May 19 – Andrew J. Brady Icon Music Center – Cincinnati, OH*

May 20 – Ascend Amphitheater – Nashville, TN*

Aug 12 – XL Live – Harrisburg, PA

Aug 13 – Mass MoCA – North Adams, MA

Aug 14 – Beak & Skiff Apple Orchards – LaFayette, NY

Aug 19 – Royale – Boston, MA

Aug 26-28 – Thing Festival – Port Townsend, WA

Aug 28 – Vogue Theatre – Vancouver, BC

Sept 16 – Primavera Sound Festival – Los Angeles, CA

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March 22nd, 2022

Hatchie shares a video for “Lights On,” the latest indie-pop gem from her forthcoming second album, Giving The World Away, out April 22nd on Secretly Canadian.

Written with the album’s producer, Jorge Elbrecht (Japanese Breakfast, Sky Ferreira), during a session in LA in 2020, Hatchie elaborates on the track saying, “Lights On was one of the first songs written for this album and set me on a path of writing more honestly and personally than previously. I don’t often write about physical attraction, but wanted to peel back the layers of a certain type of relationship. The video was conceptualized around a blend of our favourite sci fi influences from the last 30 years relating to the title of the song.”

TOUR DATES:

05/04/22 – Washington, D.C. – Songbyrd Record Cafe

05/05/22 – Philadelphia, PA – The Foundry

05/06/22 – Somerville, MA – Crystal Ballroom at Somerville Theatre

05/07/22 – Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg

05/09/22 – Montreal, QC – Bar Le Ritz PDB

05/10/22 – Toronto, ON – The Garrison

05/12/22 – Pittsburgh, PA – Club Cafe

05/13/22 – Columbus, OH – Ace of Cups

05/14/22 – Chicago, IL – Sleeping Village

05/15/22 – St Paul, MN – Turf Club

05/19/22 – Vancouver, BC – Fortune Sound Club

05/20/22 – Portland, OR – Mississippi Studios

05/21/22 – Seattle, WA – Neumos

05/23/22 – San Francisco, CA – Rickshaw Stop

05/25/22 – San Diego, CA – Casbah

05/26/22 – Los Angeles, CA – Lodge Room

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February 15th, 2022

Hatchie shares a lyric video for “Giving The World Away,” the title track and new single from her anticipated new album, Giving The World Away. The album, produced by Jorge Elbrecht (Japanese Breakfast, Sky Ferriera), is available for pre-order now and due April 22nd via Secretly Canadian.

“‘Giving The World Away’ is about being gentle with yourself in the throes of depression,” says Hatchie. “We made a simple lyric video with analogue effects to let the lyrics of the song speak for themselves.”

Hatchie is hitting the road this summer on a North American tour.

TOUR DATES:

05/04/22 – Washington, D.C. – Songbyrd Record Cafe

05/05/22 – Philadelphia, PA – The Foundry

05/06/22 – Somerville, MA – Crystal Ballroom at Somerville Theatre

05/07/22 – Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg

05/09/22 – Montreal, QC – Bar Le Ritz PDB

05/10/22 – Toronto, ON – The Garrison

05/12/22 – Pittsburgh, PA – Club Cafe

05/13/22 – Columbus, OH – Ace of Cups

05/14/22 – Chicago, IL – Sleeping Village

05/15/22 – St Paul, MN – Turf Club

05/19/22 – Vancouver, BC – Fortune Sound Club

05/20/22 – Portland, OR – Mississippi Studios

05/21/22 – Seattle, WA – Neumos

05/23/22 – San Francisco, CA – Rickshaw Stop

05/25/22 – San Diego, CA – Casbah

05/26/22 – Los Angeles, CA – Lodge Room

Giving The World Away, the second full-length from Hatchie, is the truest introduction to the songwriter. Although her sound arrived fully-formed, a dazzling dream-pop and shoegaze tangle, it’s here that she distills the core of herself into a record. “There’s more to me than just writing songs about being in love or being heartbroken — there’s a bigger picture than that,” Hatchie explains. “This album really just feels like the beginning to me, and scratching the surface – and even though it’s my third release as Hatchie, I feel like I’m rebooting from scratch.”

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January 19th, 2022

Today, Hatchie (aka Harriette Pilbeam) has announced her new album Giving The World Away, set for release on April 22nd via Secretly Canadian. To mark the occasion, she has shared the single “Quicksand” and its companion video directed by Nathan Castiel. The single was co-written with GRAMMY-nominated Olivia Rodrigo collaborator, Dan Nigro, and long-time Hatchie collaborator Joe Agius. Giving The World Away was produced by Jorge Elbrecht (Japanese Breakfast, Sky Ferreira).

“‘Quicksand’ is about dealing with the realisation that you’ll never be satisfied,” Pilbeam comments. “I started writing it when I was home between tours in 2019 before finishing it with Joe Agius and Dan Nigro the next year. I was feeling guilty and ungrateful for not being happy about a few different things in my life that were technically going well. I had to work through some tough learned thought processes and emotions that had been working away for years to try to understand how to be happy with my present, and stop fixating on my past and future. The video digs deeper into showing this juxtaposition of such sadness and anger despite being surrounded by glamour and grandeur.” Director Nathan Castiel said of the video, “for ‘Quicksand’, I created a video that plays off of some tropes of Hollywood glamour in a melancholy and surreal way while giving Harriette room to perform and express the song’s raw emotion. We leaned into a neon-tinged after hours aesthetic and shot on 16mm which added a griminess to the opulent locations and set pieces.”

Giving The World Away, the second full-length from Hatchie, is the truest introduction to the songwriter at the helm of the project, Harriette Pilbeam. Although her sound arrived fully-formed, a dazzling dream-pop and shoegaze tangle, it’s here that she distills the core of herself into a record. “There’s more to me than just writing songs about being in love or being heartbroken — there’s a bigger picture than that,” Pilbeam explains. “This album really just feels like the beginning to me, and scratching the surface – and even though it’s my third release as Hatchie, I feel like I’m rebooting from scratch.”

North American Tour Dates:

05/04/22 – Washington, D.C. – Songbyrd Record Cafe*

05/05/22 – Philadelphia, PA – The Foundry*

05/06/22 – Boston, MA – Crystal Ballroom at Somerville Theatre*

05/07/22 – Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg*

05/09/22 – Montreal, QC – Bar Le Ritz PDB*

05/10/22 – Toronto, ON – The Garrison*

05/12/22 – Pittsburgh, PA – Club Cafe*

05/13/22 – Columbus, OH – Ace of Cups*

05/14/22 – Chicago, IL – Sleeping Village*

05/15/22 – Minneapolis, MN – Turf Club*

05/19/22 – Vancouver, BC – Fortune Sound Club*

05/20/22 – Portland, OR – Mississippi Studios*

05/21/22 – Seattle, WA – Neumos*

05/23/22 – San Francisco, CA – Rickshaw Stop*

05/25/22 – San Diego, CA – Casbah*

05/26/22 – Los Angeles, CA – Lodge Room*

* w/ Caroline Loveglow

#hihtachie

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September 14th, 2021

Hatchie, the project of Brisbane, Australia’s Harriette Pilbeam, has signed to Secretly Canadian and shared a video for her new single “This Enchanted.”

Of the song, Pilbeam says, “‘This Enchanted’ encapsulates everything I wanted to do moving forward from my first album. I started writing it with Jorge and Joe in February 2020 and completed it from afar in lockdown later in the year. We had been talking about making something dancey but shoegaze.”

“It’s one of the more lighthearted, lyrically vague songs of my new recordings about falling in love; it’s not a perfect relationship, but you’re enthralled by one another and it’s an easy love,” she continues. “It’s one of the most fun songs I’ve written, so it was a no-brainer to pick it as my first solo release in almost two years. It feels so right to be working with a label as exciting as Secretly as I step into new territory with Hatchie. I’ve been counting down the days until its release for a long time.”

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June 23rd, 2021

Faye Webster releases a video for her new single “A Dream With A Baseball Player,” from her anticipated new album, I Know I’m Funny HaHa , out this Friday, on Secretly Canadian. The song is a snapshot of Webster’s one-time teenage crush on Atlanta Braves outfielder Ronald Acuña Jr., who she met when she was invited to sing at a Braves game in 2019. The music video was directed by Swinsky.

 “A song about Ronald Acuna Jr, obviously. Off tour I spent so much of my time watching baseball that I thought I wanted to be a baseball player. But I’m not, so I guess the next best thing was having a crush on one,” says Webster. “I guess this song explains what having a crush feels like. Having made up conversations with them in your head even though you don’t speak their language, wearing their team jersey every day, things that make you feel closer to this person that you don’t know at all. But I sang at the Braves game, and they let us meet so I think I got that one out of my system.”

Webster is also adding dates to her tour:

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