Hannah Georgas is sharing the video for her new single ‘Evelyn’, the latest to be lifted from her critically acclaimed album “For Evelyn”, produced by Holy Fuck’s Graham Walsh.
Speaking about the treatment – filmed at Toronto’s TIFF Lightbox, home to the Toronto International Film Festival – director Sammy Rawal says; “I kept envisioning that specific rooftop location of the TIFF Lightbox in my head. I loved how graphic and unconventional it was…perched up on top of the city. I knew it would be a perfect visual balance for the type of performance video I imagined. It’s minimal design and neutral grey colour would offset the beat-driven edit, dance sequences, and Hannah’s wardrobe perfectly. I really wanted to play with pattern, repetition, looping, and scale with this video. For me, it almost feels like this army of Hannah clones assembling high above the city in the clouds, and marching confidently forward across an urban landscape.”
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Best Of May 2016
Looking back on the month of May, the blog looks a little thinner than usual, definitely because I’ve been bad making time for the blog because of a new job. Could also be a slower time for new tunes too, who knows. Either way, these playlists still have some gems, just expect a shorter playlist than usual.
Check out new music from Hannah Georgas, Holy Fuck, Prides, Monogem along with IMF newcomers Carmody and Seramic.
Have you heard the latest new music from Hannah Georgas? Nerdist the other day premiered the song “Rideback”; the lead track from Georgas’ highly anticipated 3rd studio album For Evelyn out June 24, 2016 via Dine Alone Records. Named after Hannah’s “compassionate, patient, kind and beautiful” 98-year-old grandmother, For Evelyn was produced by Graham Walsh (Holy Fuck), mixed by Nicolas Vernhes (The War on Drugs, Animal Collective, Dirty Projectors, etc) and features collaborations with Ryan Guldemond (Mother Mother) and Andy Shauf.
Hannah recently announced that she will open for City and Colour at the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre on June 17, 2016. Also announced are North American tour dates including dates with Sam Roberts Band and Australia’s Boy & Bear (full routing below).
UPCOMING NORTH AMERICAN TOUR DATES
06.09 – Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON – Jackson-Triggs^
06.10 – Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON – Jackson-Triggs^
06.11 – Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON – Jackson-Triggs^
06.17 – Toronto, ON—Molson Amphitheatre*
06.20 – Portland, ME—Port City Music Hall†
06.21 – Providence, RI—Fete Music Hall†
06.22 – New York, NY—Music Hall of Williamsburg†
06.24 – Philadelphia, PA—Underground Arts†
06.25 – Kitchener, ON—Centre in the Square
06.28 – Ann Arbor, MI—The Ark†
06.29 – Chicago, IL—Lincoln Hall†
06.30 – Madison, WI—High Noon†
07.02 – Detroit, MI—Shelter†
07.09 – Vancouver, BC @ Khatsahlano Festival
01.27.17 – Ottawa, ON – National Arts Centre (NAC)
^with Sam Roberts Band
*with City and Colour
†with Boy & Bear
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