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New St. Vincent- SHE'S COMING TO PHOENIX! P.S. Robyn and Royksopp Are Touring



First of all, this new direction she's going in. I quite like it! It seems more intense and less cerebral. It seems to draw on more of her amazing guitar skills- and it's a little disconnected and discombobulated, but in a cool way.

ANNIE I'M SO GLAD YOU'RE BACK
EVEN THOUGH YOU HAVE WHITE HAIR
AND THAT IS WEIRD

Her self-titled fourth album is being called (by her) "a party record you could play at a funeral." Good, because I always wanted that.

She announced her ~tour dates~ for 2014. They are as follows:

02-13 Berlin, Germany - Postbahnhof
02-15 Amsterdam, Netherlands - Paradiso
02-17 Brussels, Belgium - Ancienne Belgique
02-18 Paris, France - La Cigale
02-20 London, England - O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
02-21 Manchester, England - Manchester Cathedral
02-22 Dublin, Ireland - Olympia Theatre
02-26 New York, NY - Terminal 5
02-27 Boston, MA - House of Blues
02-28 Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer
03-01 Washington, DC - 9:30 Club
03-04 Saxapahaw, NC - The Haw River Ballroom
03-05 Asheville, NC - Orange Peel
03-07 Nashville, TN - Marathon Music Works
03-08 Atlanta, GA - The Tabernacle
03-10 Houston, TX - House of Blues
03-14 Dallas, TX - House of Blues
03-18 Phoenix, AZ - Orpheum Theatre
03-19 San Diego, CA - House of Blues
03-21 Los Angeles, CA - The Wiltern
03-22 Oakland, CA - Fox Theater
03-24 Portland, OR - Crystal Ballroom
03-25 Vancouver, British Columbia - The Commodore Ballroom
03-26 Seattle, WA - Moore Theatre
03-28 Salt Lake City, UT - The Depot
03-29 Denver, CO - Ogden Theatre
03-31 Lawrence, KS - Liberty Hall
04-01 Omaha, NE - Sokol Auditorium
04-03 Minneapolis, MN - State Theatre
04-04 Milwaukee, WI - Turner Hall
04-05 Chicago, IL - Riviera Theatre
04-06 Detroit, MI - Majestic Theatre
04-08 Cincinnati, OH - Bogart's
04-09 Columbus, OH - Newport Music Hall
04-10 Cleveland, OH - House of Blues
04-11 Pittsburgh, PA - Stage AE
04-12 Buffalo, NY - Ashbury Hall

06-20 Toronto, Ontario - NXNE

Also, Robyn and Royksopp are going on tour. Everyone is all excited BUT THEY DIDN'T EVEN RELEASE TOUR DATES :(



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