ICYMI: Daughter: ‘How’ Video Premieres, Brixton Show Announced

ICYMI: Daughter: ‘How’ Video Premieres, Brixton Show Announced

Daughter – the London-based trio of Elena Tonra, Igor Haefeli and Remi Aguilella – have launched the final instalment of their film triptych, for the soaring single ‘How’ (taken from their acclaimed second album, Not To Disappear), and details of their biggest UK headline show to date.

Directed by BAFTA-nominated filmmakers Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard (creators of the Nick Cave feature film 20,000 Days On Earth), the video treatment for ‘How’ was inspired by the short story ‘5,040’ – one of three works of fiction written by Stuart Evers and commissioned by Daughter.

 

 

Today’s launch of ‘How’ coincides with the arrival of 3 Films, an online portal celebrating the interwoven shorts for `How’, ‘Numbers’ and ‘Doing The Right Thing’ and their respective short stories ‘5,040’, ‘Window’ and ‘Dress’.  They can now be viewed in tandem, along with behind-the-scenes stills, as the latest part of 4AD’s Foreword series here.

Following on from a hugely successful UK tour in January, ending in a sold-out appearance at the Forum, Daughter have announced they will headline London’s O2 Academy Brixton on October 27th.  A limited Songkick pre-sale is now available here, with the general sale on Monday 29th February at 10AM.  For further information head to ohdaughter.com/live.

Next month, Elena, Igor and Remi begin a 24-date tour of North America, followed by shows in Australia and Japan. The trio will be playing festivals throughout the summer, including Primavera Sound, Bonnaroo and Way Out West. A full list of tour dates can be found below, or via the band’s site.

 

March
3rd – Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA, US – SOLD OUT
4th – Somerville Theatre, Boston MA, US – SOLD OUT
5th – Corona Theatre, Montreal QC, Canada – SOLD OUT
7th – Danforth Music Hall, Toronto ON, Canada – SOLD OUT
8th – Danforth Music Hall, Toronto ON, Canada – SOLD OUT
9th – Calvin College, Grand Rapids MI, US [Tickets] 11th – Metro, Chicago IL, US – SOLD OUT
12th – First Avenue, Minneapolis MN, US [Tickets] 13th – Granada Theatre, Lawrence KS, US [Tickets] 15th – Ogden Theatre, Denver CO, US *venue upgrade* [Tickets] 16th – The Depot, Salt Lake UT, US [Tickets] 18th – Vogue Theatre, Vancouver BC, Canada – SOLD OUT
19th – The Showbox, Seattle WA, US – SOLD OUT
20th – Wonder Ballroom, Portland OR, US – SOLD OUT
22nd – Fillmore, San Francisco CA, US – SOLD OUT
24th – Belly Up, San Diego CA, US – SOLD OUT
25th – Ace Theatre, Los Angeles CA, US – SOLD OUT
26th – The Observatory, Santa Ana CA, US
28th – Mohawk, Austin TX, US [Tickets] 29th – Trees, Dallas TX, US – SOLD OUT
30th – Numbers, Houston TX, US [Tickets]

April
1st – Terminal West, Atlanta GA, US – SOLD OUT
2nd – Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro NC, US – SOLD OUT
3rd – Newport Music Hall, Columbus OH, US (rescheduled date) [Tickets] 6th – 9:30 Club, Washington DC, US – SOLD OUT
10th – Enmore Theatre, Sydney, Australia
11th – 170 Russell, Melbourne, Australia – SOLD OUT
13th – Umeda Club Quatro, Osaka, Japan
14th – Liquid Room, Tokyo, Japan

June
2nd – Primavera Sound Festival, Barcelona, Spain
10th – Bonnaroo Festival, Manchester TN, US
26th – Down The Rabbit Hole Festival, Beuningen, Netherlands

July
1st – Rock Werchter Festival, Werchter, Belgium
3rd – Airfield Festival, Sibui,  Romania

August
11th – Oya Festival, Oslo, Norway
13th – Way Out West Festival, Gothenberg, Sweden

October
27th – O2 Brixtion Academy, London, UK

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