Ariel Pink Begins European Tour

Ariel Pink Begins European Tour

Ariel Pink has released the video for his latest single ‘Dayzed Inn Daydreams’, the next instalment in a series of videos directed by LA-based filmmaker Grant Singer.

Following on from promos for pom pom tracks ‘Put Your Number In My Phone‘ and ‘Picture Me Gone‘, ‘Dayzed Inn Daydreams’ finds Singer continuing to explore the mundanity and bliss of suburban American life.  The central role is performed by Rick Wilder (from cult punk band The Mau-Mau’s), with the video including a cameo appearance from Ariel.  The video was co-produced by Urban Outfitters as the 21st instalment of their UO Music Video Series, and you can see exclusive behind the scenes photos here.  You can see the full list of credits here.

In Grant’s words, “it’s the story of a man, played by Rick Wilder, who was once the frontman of a band that existed decades ago. Through a series of scenes depicting his everyday life, we tell his story.”

‘Dayzed Inn Daydreams’ is the closing track from pom pom, Pink’s 17-track magnum opus released late last year. The track features Spiritualized’s Jason Pierce on guitar.

Ariel embarks on a North American and European tour in February/March, including headline shows in New York and London.  All dates and ticket links below.

 

February
7th – Bimbo’s, San Francisco CA, US [Tickets] 9th – Hawthorne, Portland OR, US [Tickets] 10th – Neumo’s, Seattle WA, US [Tickets] 11th – Rickshaw, Vancouver, Canada [Tickets] 13th – Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City UT, US [Tickets] 14th – Bluebird, Denver CO, US [Tickets] 16th – Fine Line, Minneapolis MN, US [Tickets] 17th – Thalia Hall, Chicago IL, US [Tickets] 18th – Crofoot Ballroom, Detroit MI, US [Tickets] 19th – Phoenix, Toronto, Canada [Tickets] 20th – National, Montreal, Canada [Tickets] 21st – Paradise, Boston MA, US [Tickets] 23rd – 9:30 Club, Washington DC, US [Tickets] 24th – Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA, US [Tickets] 25th – Terminal 5, New York NY, US [Tickets]

27th – La Route Du Rock Festival Hiver, Saint-Malo, France [Tickets] 28th – Future Everything Festival, Manchester, UK [Tickets]

March
1st – Le Grand Mix, Lille, France [Tickets] 2nd – Trabendo, Paris, France [Tickets] 3rd – Electric Ballroom, London, UK [Tickets] 4th – Old Market, Brighton, UK [Tickets] 5th – Epicerie Moderne, Lyon, France [Tickets] 6th – Elita, Milan, Italy [Tickets] 7th  – Locomotiv, Bologna, Italy [Tickets] 8th – Mascotte, Zurich, Switzerland [Tickets] 9th – Mousonturm, Frankfurt, Germany [Tickets] 10th – Bremen Theatre, Copenhagen, Denmark [Tickets] 11th – Postbanhoff, Berlin, Germany [Tickets] 12th – Conne Island, Leipzig, Germany
13th – Melkweg, Amsterdam, Netherlands [Tickets] 14th – Vooruit, Ghent, Belgium [Tickets] 15th – Beursschouwburg, Brussels, Belgium [Tickets]

May

29th – Primavera Sound Festival, Barcelona, Spain

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