Red Light Management


January 12, 2018

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New album I can feel you creep into my private life out January 19 via 4AD
“An entertainingly disruptive blast of a record with a mirrorball lure.” – Uncut
“Her most streamlined pop effort yet.” – Q
“Dizzying…one of the most anticipated albums of 2018.” – Esquire
“Unquestionably Garbus has one of the most powerful and malleable voices in the rock context today.” – Soundblab
Tune-Yards has released a new song, “Heart Attack,” from the forthcoming album I can feel you creep into my private life. On the heartrending bridge, bandleader Merrill Garbus pleads “I’m only human” as her voice dissolves into the digital, endlessly danceable abyss. The accompanying clip is directed by Mimi Cave who directed previous Tune-Yards videos “Bizness” and “My Country.” The video is choreographed by Megan Lawson (Madonna, Katy Perry) and features improvisation by the cast of dancers.
Following its premiere as Zane Lowe’s World First on Apple Music’s Beats 1 Radio, “Heart Attack” is now available everywhere –
I can feel you creep into my private life is the fourth studio album from Tune-Yards, now a fully collaborative effort between Garbus and Nate Brenner who co-wrote and co-produced the album. Garbus’ lyrics explore her place in the world, and ruminating on race, politics, intersectional feminism and environmental prophecies. Tune-Yards worked with a mixer Mikaelin “Blue” Bluespruce (Solange, Skepta, Blood Orange). Much of the album was recorded at John Vanderslice’s new studio, Tiny Telephone Oakland, in Oakland, CA and mastered in Harlem, NY by Dave Kutch (Jay-Z, Chance the Rapper).
Tune-Yards’ North American tour kicks off on February 15. See dates below.
February 15 – SACRAMENTO, CA, US, Ace of Spades * [TICKETS]
February 16 – RENO, NV, US, Cargo * [TICKETS]
February 17 – CHICO, CA, US, Senator Theater * [TICKETS]
February 19 – PHOENIX, AZ, US, The Van Buren * [TICKETS]
February 20 – SAN DIEGO, CA, US, Observatory North Park * [TICKETS]
February 21 – LOS ANGELES, CA, US, El Rey Theater * [TICKETS]
February 22 – LOS ANGELES, CA, US, El Rey Theater * [TICKETS]
February 23 – OAKLAND, CA, US, The Fox Theater * [TICKETS]
February 25 – PORTLAND, OR, US, Wonder Ballroom * [TICKETS]
February 26 – SEATTLE, WA, US, The Showbox * [TICKETS]
February 27 – VANCOUVER, BC, CA, The Commodore Ballroom * [TICKETS]
March 2 – MINNEAPOLIS, MN, US, First Avenue * [TICKETS]
March 3 – CHICAGO, IL, US, Thalia Hall * [TICKETS]
March 4 – DETROIT, MI, US, Majestic Theater * [TICKETS]
March 6 – TORONTO, ON, CA, Danforth Music Hall ^ [TICKETS]
March 7 – MONTREAL, QC, CA, Corona Theater ^ [TICKETS]
March 8 – BOSTON, MA, US, Royal ^ [TICKETS]
March 9 – NEW YORK, NY, US, Brooklyn Steel ^ [TICKETS]
March 13 – GATESHEAD, GB, Sage Gateshead [TICKETS]
March 14 – EDINBURGH, GB, The Liquid Room [TICKETS]
March 16 – MANCHESTER, GB, Albert Hall [TICKETS]
March 17 – LEEDS, GB, Church Leeds [TICKETS]
March 18 – BRIGHTON, GB, Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts [TICKETS]
March 20 – LONDON, GB, The Roundhouse [TICKETS]
March 22 – BRUSSELS, BE, Botanique – Orangerie [TICKETS]
March 23 – PARIS, FR, La Maroquinerie [TICKETS]
March 24 – COLOGNE, DE, Gebæude 9 [TICKETS]
March 25 – AMSTERDAM, NL, Melkweg [TICKETS]
March 27 – BERLIN, DE, Festsaal Kreuzberg [TICKETS]
March 28 – HAMBURG, DE, Uebel & Gefährlich [TICKETS]
March 29 – COPENHAGEN, DK, Pumpehuset [TICKETS]
April 28 – NORMAN, OK, Norman Music Festival [FREE]
* w/ Sudan Archives
^ w/ Xenia Rubinos