Tune-Yards : ‘I can feel you creep into my private life’ Out Now

Tune-Yards : ‘I can feel you creep into my private life’ Out Now

Tune-Yards’ highly anticipated new album I can feel you creep into my private life is out now.  You can listen to the album here.

“A sleek, radical evolution full of insistent beats, catchy hooks and pointed questions about modern society” – The New York Times
“An LP determined to conjure kinetic joy while staring down our present cultural fright show” – Rolling Stone ★★★★
“Music that feels thrilling… it makes you want to dance.”
The Guardian (Album of the Week) ★★★★
“An album of spark and creativity… brilliant songwriting”
The Times (Album of the Week )★★★★
I can feel you creep into my private life feels like a proper work in progress – one committed to forward motion, tangible change” – MOJO ★★★★
“This is dance-pop at its most polyglot and polemical, and it’s stunning”
The Sunday Times (Radical of the Week)
“Zings with colour and dances to its own clattering beat” – NME ★★★★
Tune-Yards proves that dance music can still have teeth” – TIME

I can feel you creep into my private life is available for buy from the 4AD store here
• Includes indie exclusive clear LP with alternative cover •
You can listen to the album on all platforms here

The twelve songs explore bandleader Merrill Garbus’ place in the world, and ruminate on race, politics, intersectional feminism and environmental prophecies.  The New York Times calls the album “a sleek, radical evolution full of insistent beats, catchy hooks and pointed questions about modern society.”  You can read their feature on the record here.  Rolling Stone’s 4 star review says it’s “an LP determined to conjure kinetic joy while staring down our present cultural fright show,” and TIME praises that “Tune-Yards proves that dance music can still have teeth.”

This afternoon, NPR’s All Things Considered will air their profile on Garbus.  Next week, the band will perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday, 22nd January and on Conan on Tuesday, 23rd January.

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).

You can watch the official video for latest single ‘Heart Attack’ below.

 

Tune-Yards’ international tour kicks off on 15th February.  See dates below.

February
15th – Ace of Spades, Sacramento, CA, US* [TICKETS]
16th – Cargo, Reno, NV, US* [TICKETS]
17th – Senator Theater, Chico, CA, US* [TICKETS]
19th – The Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ, US* [TICKETS]
20th – Observatory North Park, San Diego, CA, US* [TICKETS]
21st – El Rey Theater, Los Angeles, CA, US* [TICKETS]
22nd – El Rey Theater, Los Angeles, CA, US* [TICKETS]
23rd – The Fox Theater, Oakland, CA, US* [TICKETS]
25th – Wonder Ballroom, Portland, OR, US* [TICKETS]
26th – The Showbox, Seattle, WA, US* [TICKETS]
27th – The Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver, BC, Canada* [TICKETS]

March
2nd – First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN, US* [TICKETS]
3rd – Thalia Hall, Chicago, IL , US* [TICKETS]
4th – Majestic Theater, Detroit, MI, US* [TICKETS]
6th – Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, ON, Canada^ [TICKETS]
7th – Corona Theater, Montreal, QC, Canada^ [TICKETS]
8th – Royal, Boston, MA, US^ [TICKETS]
9th – Brooklyn Steel, New York, NY, US^ [TICKETS]
13th – Sage Gateshead, Gateshead, UK# [TICKETS] 14th – Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh, UK# [TICKETS] 16th – Albert Hall, Manchester, UK# [TICKETS] 17th – The Church, Leeds, UK# [TICKETS] 18th – Sussex University, Brighton, UK# [TICKETS] 20th – The Roundhouse, London, UK# [TICKETS] 22nd – Botanique – Orangerie, Brussels, Belgium [TICKETS] 23rd – La Maroquinerie, Paris, France [TICKETS] 24th – Gebäude 9, Cologne, Germany [TICKETS] 25th – Melkweg (Old Room), Amsterdam, The Netherlands [TICKETS] 27th – Festsaal Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany [TICKETS] 28th – Uebel & Gefährlich, Hamburg, Germany [TICKETS] 29th – Pumpehuset, Copenhagen, Denmark [TICKETS]

April
2nd – Norman Music Festival, Norman, OK, US
25th – The Depot, Salt lake City, UT, US
26th – Boulder Theater, Boulder, CO, US [TICKETS]​
28th – Norman Music Festival, Norman, OK, US [FREE]

May
1st – White Oak Music Hall Downtown, Houston, TX, US [TICKETS] 2nd – Emo’s, Austin, TX, US [TICKETS] 4th – Georgia Theatre, Athens, GA, US [TICKETS] 5th – The Orange Peel, Asheville, NC, US
6th – Haw River Ballroom, Saxapahaw, NC, US
7th – The National, Richmond, VA, US [TICKETS] 9th – Jefferson Theater, Charlottesville, VA, US
10th – Union Transfer, Philadelphia, PA, US [TICKETS] 11th – Mr. Smalls Theatre, Millville, PA, US [TICKETS] 12th – Skully’s Music Diner, Columbus, OH, US
13th – Taft Ballroom, Cincinnati, OH, US
15th – Headliner’s Music Hall, Louisville, KY, US [TICKETS] 16th – The Ready Room, St-Louis, MO, US [TICKETS] 17th – The Bluebird, Bloomington, IN, US [TICKETS] 18th – Exit/In, Nashville, TN, US
19th – Variety Playhouse, Atlanta, GA, US
21st – 9:30 Club, Washington, DC, US [TICKETS] 25th – Lightning in a Bottle Festival, San Antonio, CA, US

* – w/ Sudan Archives
^ – w/ Xenia Rubinos
#  – w/ Boogarins

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