Hear New Live Session Single:
‘Rennen’ / ‘Still Crazy After All These Years’
Today, SOHN has revealed an exclusive live single for Spotify, plus brand new European tour dates for this Autumn.
Last March during SXSW, SOHN recorded the two-track single in Austin, Texas, with Spoon’s Jim Eno, as part of the latter’s ongoing Spotify Sessions (past performances have included The 1975 and Courtney Barnett among many others). In addition to a flawless live rendition of album title track ‘Rennen’, the London-born producer covered Paul Simon’s classic ‘Still Crazy After All These Years’. Both songs are streaming online today, and can be heard via the link below.
Finishing a triumphant US tour at Coachella festival last week, SOHN has announced a return to Europe in the Autumn. He’ll play some of his biggest shows yet, including a one-off UK date at London‘s iconic Roundhouse and the Columbiahalle in Berlin. Tickets go on general sale this Friday at 9AM GMT and an exclusive Songkick pre-sale period begins today. A full list of dates can be found below. For further ticket information head to sohnmusic.com.
SOHN TOUR DATES
25 October – LONDON, The Roundhouse
27 October – LUXEMBOURG, Den Atelier
30 October – BRUSSELS, AB
31 October – STUTTGART, LKA Longhorn
1 November – LINZ, AHOI POP! Festival
4 November – VILNIUS, Loftus Art Factory
8 November – BUDAPEST, A38 Ship
10 November – ZAGREB, Culture Factory
11 November – LAUSANNE, Les Docks
12 November – ZURICH, Kaufleuten
14 November – LEIPZIG, Taubchenthal
15 November – BERLIN, Columbiahalle
16 November – PRAGUE, Palac Akropolis
SOHN’s second album Rennen is out now, and features the singles ‘Signal’, ‘Conrad’ and ‘Hard Liquor’. Watch the official videos for ‘Signal’ (starring and directed by Milla Jovovich) and ‘Hard Liquor’ on YouTube or below.
Directed by Milla Jovovich
Directed by Jovan Todorovic
“It’s pop music both bang on target and way too wise for the charts.” Clash
“Music as stylishly confessional as this has its greatest impact in tempered doses: Rennen’s restraint is also its saviour.” Loud And Quiet
“An ideal January album.” The Sunday Times
“Dramatic and thoughtfully crafted.” FT