Elliott Smith’s self-titled album remains both a comforting and disquieting piece of art and an essential statement from an acknowledged genius.
The tour kicks off February 16 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The indie veterans will play the 15,000 capacity outdoor venue on September 5, as part of a wider run of UK shows.
On her self-titled album, the indie rock icon took her pop sensibility to its natural conclusion, achieving mainstream success on her own terms.
Kings of Convenience have also confirmed two shows at London’s Royal Festival Hall in September as well as dates throughout Europe.
This reissue includes the rarity ‘Louisiana,’ available digitally for the very first time.
The songwriter’s new LP, ‘eduardo’ was released on April 30 via EMI.
‘Peace or Love’ is the sound of two old friends exploring the latest phase of their lives together and finding new ways to capture that elusive magic.
The Island signees are already making waves in their native UK, landing on the coveted BBC Sound Of 2021 list, and NME’s 100 list of emerging artists of 2021.
The posthumously-released ‘From A Basement On The Hill’ is Elliott Smith’s boldest record. Arriving in the shadow of his death, the album glows with life.
The song comes ahead of the electronic duo’s third album, ‘Free Love.’
Just ahead of their album ‘Free Love,’ out September 25, see Amelia Meath and Nick Sanborn explore ‘New Horizons.’
The Leeds indie rock band are best known for songs like 'I Predict a Riot' as well as albums like Yours Truly, Angry Mob and Employment.
The British indie rock band from Brighton founded by Luke Pritchard, Hugh Harris, and Paul Garred have achieved international success.
The British rock band co-founded by Pete Doherty and Carl Barat are known for their raucous live performances and garage rock sound.