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NEW SONG: "Flags"

My new song "Flags" is out today, and it's about cancer...

I struggle with things that seem supernatural but are actually very natural. Cancer is natural. Nature is undiscerning and unforgiving. Cancer is raw and shapes the landscape of our lives. The metaphors run deep but they don’t make mourning someone any less painful, especially before they leave us.

I wrote "Flags," like I write many of my songs, as a sort of therapy. It’s from the perspective of our bodies experiencing cancer. We meet pain and hopelessness with community and fight, and the fight is meaningful.

Cancer f**king sucks and life is beautiful.

Going On Tour With Dermot Kennedy

Couldn’t be more excited to share that I’ll be opening for Dermot Kennedy on his upcoming US tour. Sharing the stage with him will be an honor, as he is someone I respect and have listened to for a long time. This run hits a lot of my favorite cities as well as some new ones. We’ll see you soon, come through! The tour starts January 24th and runs until March 18th. You can get ticket links + see all of the cities below in the tour section.

P.S. I'm rescheduling the March shows in Edmonton, Calgary and Winnipeg. More on that soon.

NEW SONG: Take Me Apart

I like to write songs that have a strong visual component. Not literally, or even lyrically, but I want to you to “see” the sounds. You might not remember, but I posted an unintentional teaser of this song on Instagram a few months ago when I was writing it. For me, this song sounds like falling backwards in slow motion off of a pier. The water is light green and almost the same color as the sky. Your brain thinks the water is going to be cold but when you finally land, it’s the same temperature as your skin. This is Take Me Apart. 🖤

NEW SONG: Symmetry

'Symmetry' is out now. I have been obsessed with black holes for awhile now, mostly with how insignificant they make me feel. There is something extremely beautiful and daunting about infinity, especially when it comes to our inability to understand it. This song feels like the dust that gathered in an abandoned space station that’s been circling earth for years…


Listen to More Music
Feb 20
Miami Beach, FL
The Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater
Supporting Dermot Kennedy
Feb 21
Tampa, FL
The Ritz Ybor
Supporting Dermot Kennedy
Feb 23
Nashville, TN
Ryman Auditorium
Supporting Dermot Kennedy
Feb 25
Charlotte, NC
The Fillmore Charlotte
Supporting Dermot Kennedy
Feb 26
Raleigh, NC
Ritz Raleigh
Supporting Dermot Kennedy
Feb 29
Philadelphia, PA
The Met
Supporting Dermot Kennedy
Mar 1
Clifton Park, NY
Upstate Concert Hall
Supporting Dermot Kennedy
Mar 2
Montreal, QC
Place des Arts
Supporting Dermot Kennedy
Mar 4
Washington, D.C.
The Anthem
Supporting Dermot Kennedy
Mar 5
New York, NY
Radio City Music Hall
Supporting Dermot Kennedy
Mar 6
Wallingford, CT
The Dome at Oakdale Theatre
Supporting Dermot Kennedy
Mar 8
McKees Rocks, PA
Roxian Theatre
Supporting Dermot Kennedy
Mar 10
Louisville, KY
Old Forester's Paristown Hall
Supporting Dermot Kennedy
Mar 11
Detroit, MI
The Fillmore
Supporting Dermot Kennedy
Mar 13
Grand Rapids, MI
20 Monroe Live
Supporting Dermot Kennedy
Mar 14
Cincinnati, OH
Taft Theatre
Supporting Dermot Kennedy
Mar 16
St Louis, MO
The Pageant
Supporting Dermot Kennedy
Mar 17
Madison, WI
The Sylvee
Supporting Dermot Kennedy
Mar 18
Chicago, IL
Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom
Supporting Dermot Kennedy
Apr 3
New York, NY
Out Of The Shadows
[Shadowhunters Fan Event]
Apr 8
Winnipeg, MB
The Park Theatre
Move from March 5th
Apr 10
Calgary, AB
Commonwealth Bar & Stage
Moved from March 4th
Apr 11
Edmonton, AB
The Starlite Room
Moved from March 6th
Aug 1
Montreal, Québec
Osheaga Music and Arts Festival