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Hatchie Shares New Song “Adored”

Part of Adult Swim Singles Program

Oct 24, 2018 Bookmark and Share

Hatchie is the dream pop project of Australian musician Harriette Pilbeam. Back in May she released her debut EP under the Hatchie name, Sugar & Spice, via Double Double Whammy. Now she has shared a brand new song, "Adored." It was shared via the Adult Swim Singles Program. Listen to it below, followed by Hatchie's upcoming tour dates.

Previously we posted Hatchie's "Sleep" (which was our #2 Song of the Week). We also posted the video for Sugar & Spice's title track (which was also one of our Songs of the Week) and the audio for "Bad Guy" (which was also one of our Songs of the Week), as well as a video for "Bad Guy." Hatchie has a shoegazer/dream-pop vibe, so it makes sense that in February Cocteau Twins' Robin Guthrie remixed previous single "Sure." Hatchie also previously shared videos for "Try" and "Sure."

Pick up our current print issue (Issue 65) to read our interview with Hatchie.

Hatchie Tour Dates:

10/31 - Paris, FR @ Pitchfork Avant-Garde
11/1 - London, UK @ Electrowerkz
11/17 - Canberra, ACT @ Spilt Milk
12/30 - Marion Bay, TAS @ Falls Festival
12/31 - Lorne, VIC @ Falls Festival
1/1 - Byron Bay, NSW @  Falls Festival
1/6 - Fremantle, WA @ Falls Festival
1/25 - Brighton, UK @ Brighton Dome *
1/26 - Oxford, UK @ O2 Academy *
1/28 - Blackburn, UK @ King Georges Hall (Main Hall) *
1/29 - Newcastle, UK @ O2 Academy 1 *
1/30 - Scotland, UK @ Concert Hall and Theatre, Motherwell *
2/1 - Cardiff, UK @ The Great Hall *
2/2 - Exeter, UK @ Great Hall *
2/3 - Southampton, UK @ O2 Guildhall *
2/5 - Leicester, UK @ O2 Academy Leicester *
2/7 - Guildford, UK @ G Live *
2/8 - London, UK @ The Roundhouse *
3/9-10 - Meredith, VIC @ Golden Plains

* w/ The Vaccines

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