Cherry Glazerr – Call Me (feat. Portugal. The Man)
Suuns share the official video for latest single, “Look No Further,” taken from their new album, Felt (out now on Secretly Canadian). The video is based on Lorraine Price‘s (“Last Woman Standing,” “Inside These Walls”) footage from Werner Herzog’s workshop in San Antonio de los Banos, Cuba, 2017. It was shot in a small village that used to be a housing development for workers at a textile factory. The kids – all non-professional actors – were prompted to discuss magic, and what arose provokes thoughts about youth, disappointment and mystery. Strangely, it speaks to the song.
Felt is both a continuation and rebirth, the Montreal quartet returning to beloved local facility Breakglass Studios (where they cut their first two albums [Zeroes QC and Images Du Futur] with Jace Lasek of The Besnard Lakes) but this time recording themselves at their own pace, over five fertile sessions spanning several months. A simultaneous stretching out and honing in, mixed to audiophile perfection by St. Vincent producer John Congleton (helmer of 2016’s Hold/Still), who flew up especially from Dallas to deploy his award-winning skills in situ.
Next week, Suuns will kick off their first U.S. headline tour in support of Felt. They’ve partnered with PLUS1 so that $1 from every ticket sold goes to support Youth Speaks and their work through arts education, youth development, and civic engagement, to challenge young people to find, develop, publicly present, and apply their voices as creators of societal change. Following the U.S. run, the band will tour Southeast Asia. A full list of dates is below.
Suuns Tour Dates:
Tue. May 22 Allston, MA @ Great Scott
Wed. May 23 Brooklyn, NY @ Elsewhere
Thu. May 24 Washington, DC @ Union Stage
Fri. May 25 Philadelphia, PA @ The Boot & Saddle
Sat. May 26 Pittsburgh, PA @ Club Caf
Sun. May 27 Lakewood, OH @ The Foundry
Tue. May 29 Detroit, MI @ El Club
Wed. May 30 Chicago, IL @ Empty Bottle
Thu. May 31 Indianapolis, IN @ The Hi-Fi
Fri. June 1 Louisville, KY @ Zanzabar
Fri. June 15 Taipei, TW @ The Wall
Sun. June 17 Seoul, KR @ CJ Azit
Mon. June 18 Tokyo, JP @ Shindaita Fever
Wed. June 20 Bangkok, TH @ De Commune
Thu. June 21 Shenzhen, CN @ B10
Fri. June 22 Shanghai, CN @ Yuyintang
Sat. June 23 Beijing, CN @ Yue Space
Sun. July 1 Ewijk, NL @ Down the Rabbit Hole
Sat. July 7 Six Fours, Il du Gaou, FR @ Pointu Festival
Sun. July 8 Tours, FR @ Terres de Son
Wed. July 11 Ravenna, IT @ Hana Bi
Thu. July 12 Vienna, AT @ Arena
Fri. July 13 Nograd, HU @ Bankito Festival
Sat. July 14 Munich, DE @ Puch Open Air
Sun. July 15 Bruges, BE @ Cactus Festival
Sat. July 21 Baie-Saint-Paul, QC @ Le Festif!
Fri. Aug. 17 Windsor, ON @ The Windsor Beer Exchange
Sat. Aug. 18 Toronto, ON @ Camp Wavelength
Sun. Aug. 19 Rock, Creek, BC @ Ponderosa Festival
Tue. Oct. 2 Vancouver, BC @ Fox Cabaret
Thu. Oct. 4 Calgary, AB @ Commonwealth Bar and Stage
Sat. Oct. 6 Saskatoon, SK @ Amigos Cantina
Sun. Oct. 7 Regina, SK @ T+A Vinyl and Fashion
Tue. Oct. 9 Winnipeg, MB @ The Good Will Social Club
Cherry Glazerr today release their video for “Call Me,” their new single featuring Grammy award-winning Pop/Rock Group Portugal. The Man.
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