HEADLINE DATES CONFIRMED
SING INTO MY MOUTH OUT JULY 17
PRE-ORDER LIVE NOW INCLUDING INSTANT GRATS “BULLET PROOF SOUL” AND “NO WAY OUT OF HERE”
With their first ever collaborative album, Sing Into My Mouth, now confirmed for a July 17th release on Black Cricket/Brown Records via Caroline, longtime friends Ben Bridwell of Band of Horses and Iron & Wine’s Sam Beam have announced their first headline dates in support of the record. The headline engagements flesh out an itinerary featuring previously announced appearances at the Newport Folk, Osheaga (Montreal) and MoPop (Detroit) festivals. For pre-sale, on-sale and purchase info, go to http://nastylittleman.us5.list-manage.com/track/click?u=13daec772857eef90d4e2c19a&id=2d9a8d2397&e=6889c446bf and/or http://nastylittleman.us5.list-manage.com/track/click?u=13daec772857eef90d4e2c19a&id=4bf0f04f84&e=6889c446bf.
Additionally, Sam and Ben will appear together on TV for the first time tonight, for the televised debut of a song from Sing Into My Mouth on the Late Show With David Letterman.
As of today Sing Into My Mouth can be pre-ordered at iTunes. All pre-orders will receive instant grat downloads of the record’s versions of Sade’s “Bullet Proof Soul” (which can also be streamed HERE) and Unicorn’s “No Way Out of Here” (streaming HERE). Today also marks the reveal of Sing Into My Mouth’s cover art, “Let’s Go For A Beer” by acclaimed artist Todd Bienvenu, whose work has been shown in numerous New York galleries including Life on Mars, Centotto, Valentine, Novella, Outlet, Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Sideshow and Ethan Pettit.
Recorded last summer at Echo Mountain Studios in Asheville, NC, Sing Into My Mouth is a loving homage to 12 songs that have had indelible influence on both of its creators. Classics interpreted on Sing Into My Mouth range from the familiar—Talking Heads’ “This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody),” and El Perro del Mar’s “God Knows (You Gotta Give to Get)” (the original having recently been featured on HBO’s GIRLS)—to deep cuts such as Them Two’s “Am I a Good Man?” (a frequent feature of Band of Horses’ live set) and “No Way Out of Here” originally recorded by ‘70s UK act Unicorn but better known as the lead single from David Gilmour of Pink Floyd’s 1978 solo debut.
A complete list of live dates is below with new dates in BOLD. Further shows will be announced as they are confirmed.
July 20 – Tabernacle – Atlanta, GA
July 21 – The Fillmore – Charlotte, NC
July 23 – Webster Hall – New York, NY
July 24 – Newport Folk Festival – Newport, RI
July 25 – MoPop Festival – Detroit, MI
July 27 – Carnegie Library Hall – Munhall, PA *
July 28 – Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA
July 31 – Osheaga Festival – Montreal, QC
New dates on sale April 17 at 10 am local time except * on sale April 18 at 12 noon local time. For further information, pre-sales, etc., go to http://nastylittleman.us5.list-manage.com/track/click?u=13daec772857eef90d4e2c19a&id=ed0c3929d7&e=6889c446bf and/or http://nastylittleman.us5.list-manage.com/track/click?u=13daec772857eef90d4e2c19a&id=d4640eb0d6&e=6889c446bf
Artwork by Todd Bienvenu