Ariel Pink Shares official ‘Jell-o’ video, New International Tour Dates

Ariel Pink Shares official ‘Jell-o’ video, New International Tour Dates

ARIEL PINK ‘JELL-O’ VIDEO, NEW TOUR DATES INCLUDING INTIMATE LONDON DATE

16th April 2015

Pop surrealist Ariel Pink has announced he will hit the road again with his seven-piece band this summer for a string of shows across the UK, Europe, and North America, including an intimate new London date.

Following a number of previously announced dates in Texas in May, Ariel will hit Barcelona’s Primavera Festival before travelling Europe and the UK, which will also feature a one-off special show at Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club in London.  Tickets for this show will go onsale tomorrow morning (17th April) at 9am UK.  The full list of shows, and available ticket links, are below.

Further, having released his seventeen track magnum opus pom pom last year, Ariel has now shared the official video for his demented kiddie tune ‘Jell-O’, directed by Dan Kapelovitz.  Following the triptych of Grant Singer-directed videos (‘Put Your Number In My Phone, ‘Picture Me Gone’, and ‘Dayzed Inn Daydreams’), ‘Jell-O’ is as visually arresting as it is catchy, with the dynamic footage shot in psychedlic hues.  It’s a fitting tribute to it’s co-writer, the late Kim Fowley, to whom the video is dedicated.  You can watch on YouTube and see the full list of credits here, or via the player below.

Additionally, Ariel makes an appearance on Alchemist and Oh No’s Welcome to Los Santos, going head-to-head with E-40 on the track ‘California’ which surfaced earlier this week.  You can listen to the track here.

May
6th – Fitzgerald’s, Houston TX, US
7th -Levitation Festival, Austin TX, US
8th -Cine El Rey, McAllen TX, US
9th -Untapped Festival, Fort Worth TX, US
10th – Paper Tiger, San Antonio TX, US
29th – Primavera Sound Festival, Barcelona, Spain
30th – This Is Not A Love Song Festival, Nimes, France

June
1st – Forbidden Fruit Festival (w/ Patti Smith), Dublin, Ireland
5th – Primavera Sound Nos Festival, Porto, Portugal
6th – Plissken Festival, Athens, Greece
7th – Drugstore, Belgrade, Serbia
9th – Barby, Tel Aviv, Israel
11th – Noblessner, Tallinn, Estonia
12th – Sideways Festival, Helsinki, Finland
13th – District, Liverpool, UK
14th – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds, UK
15th – CCAA, Glasgow, UK
16th – Colston Hall, Bristol, UK
17th – Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club, London, UK [Tickets] 19th – Serendipity, Foligno, Italy
20th – Suedpol, Lucerne, Switzerland
21st – Best Kept Secret Festival, Amsterdam, Netherlands

July
18th – Pitchfork Music Festival, Chicago IL, US

August
15th – Time Festival, Toronto ON, Canada

November
4th – 8th – Iceland Airwaves Festival, Reykjavik, Iceland

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