Tune-Yards Announce New Album and Tour Dates, Share Video for New Song “Look at Your Hands”

I can feel you creep into my private life Due Out January 19, 2018 via 4AD

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Tune-Yards (previously styled as tUnE-yArDs) have announced a new album, I can feel you creep into my private life, and shared a video for its first single, "Look at Your Hands." They have also announced some tour dates. I can feel you creep into my private life is due out January 19, 2018 via 4AD. Check out the "Look at Your Hands" video below. Also below are the album's tracklist and cover art, followed by the tour dates.

Tune-Yards was previously mainly the project of Merrill Garbus, but with I can feel you creep into my private life the band becomes a duo, with longtime collaborator Nate Brenner officially becoming a member. Brenner produced and wrote the album together with lyrics by Garbus. Mikaelin "Blue" BlueSpruce (Solange, Kendrick Lamar) mixed the album, which was mainly recorded at Tiny Telephone Oakland, in Oakland, CA and mastered in Harlem, NY by Dave Kutch (Solange, Jay-Z, Chance the Rapper). The album is the follow-up to 2014's Nikki Nack.

Garbus had this to say about "Look at Your Hands" in a press release: "Yes, the world is a mess, but I've been attempting to look more and more inward: how do all of these 'isms' that we live in manifest in me, in my daily activities, interactions? Some of the '80s throwback production came from wanting the vocals to sound robotic, maybe to counter the sincerity of the lyrics. I started sampling my vocals with an MPC which I've wanted to do for years, and there was something that felt really right about my voice being trapped in a machine."

I can feel you creep into my private life Tracklist:

1. Heart Attack
2. Coast to Coast
3. ABC 123
4. Now as Then
5. Honesty
6. Colonizer
7. Look at Your Hands
8. Home
9. Hammer
10. Who Are You
11. Private Life
12. Free

Tune-Yards Tour Dates:

11/4 - PORTLAND, ME, SPACE Gallery SOLD OUT
11/5 - HAMDEN, CT, The Ballroom at Outer Space
11/6 - PHILADELPHIA, PA, Boot and Saddle SOLD OUT
11/11 - GRONINGEN, NL, Rocket Festival
11/12 - UTRECHT, NL, Le Guess Who Festival
11/16 - DUSSELDORF, DE, New Fall Festival: Tanzhaus NRW
11/17 - STUTTGART, DE, New Fall Festival: SSB Museum
12/1 - PETALUMA, CA, Mystic Theatre
12/2 - SANTA CRUZ, CA, The Catalyst Atrium
12/5 - SANTA BARBARA, CA, Soho Music Club
12/6 - LOS ANGELES, CA, The Moroccan Room SOLD OUT
2/15 - SACRAMENTO, CA, Ace of Spades
2/16 - RENO, NV, Cargo
2/17 - CHINO, CA, Senator Theatre
2/19 - PHOENIX, AZ, The Van Buren
2/20 - SAN DIEGO, CA, Observatory North Park
2/21 - LOS ANGELES, CA, El Rey
2/22 - LOS ANGELES, CA, El Rey
2/23 - OAKLAND, CA, The Fox Theatre
2/25 - PORTLAND, OR, Wonder Ballroom
2/26 - SEATTLE, WA, The Showbox
2/27 - VANCOUVER, BC, Commodore Ballroom
3/2 - MINNEAPOLIS, MN, First Avenue
3/3 - CHICAGO, IL, Thalia Hall
3/4 - DETROIT, MI, Majestic Theatre
3/6 - TORONTO, ON, Danforth Music Hall
3/7 - MONTREAL, QC, Corona Theatre
3/8 - BOSTON, MA, Royale
3/9 - BROOKLYN, NY, Brooklyn Steel

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