Marissa Nadler announces Autumn EU tour

Today, Marissa Nadler is pleased to announce her upcoming EU tour for September 2019. To celebrate the announcement Nadler has shared an entrancing TOUTPARTOUT session version of ‘Poison’, filmed and performed in the Pacification Room of Ghent City Hall. Watch the video now and see full dates listed below…

14th September – Leffinge – Leffingeleuren

17th September – Luzern – Neubad

18th September – Bologna – Locomotiv

19th September – Rome – Monk

20th September – Milan – Ohibò

21st September – Zagreb – Mochvara

22nd September – Budapest – A38

24th September – Bucharest – Control Club

27th September – Vienna – Waves

28th September – Leipzig – UT Connewitz

30th September – Copenhagen – Vega

1st October – Aarhus – TAPE

Critical acclaim for For My Crimes, out now on Bella Union:

“The Boston singer–songwriter is at her most powerful yet… With a new strength to her songs, Nadler’s force has never seemed greater.” Q Magazine – 4 Stars ****

“Brooding, intimate songs about long nights of the soul, but with a thoughtfulness and lightness of touch that makes the album a calm, reassuring listen.” The Times – 4 Stars ****

“Beautifully eerie… She’s caught the openness of spirit of her early albums and added a gorgeously gothic undertow – there’s a stately beauty to songs like I Can’t Listen To Gene Clark Anymore, or the devastating intimacy of Interlocking, that’s hard–won.” Uncut – 8/10

“A record that glimmers in all it’s tenebrous ambience… A master–class in Southern Gothic.” Record Collector – 4 Stars ****

“Variously evoking the Cowboy Junkies and 4AD’s 90’s country–goths Tarnation, For My Crimes’ brooding, melancholic songs burn with tangible ardour.” MOJO

“Her best album yet… The ability to detail the minutiae of relationships with detached but recognisable emotion has distinguished the Boston–based musician over her 15–year career.” Rock’n’Reel – 5 Stars *****

“Spellbinding… For My Crimes feels inherently like a chronicle of fading love, but it’s also a potent expression of femininity.” Long Live Vinyl – 8/10

“Her melodies are captivating and her craft comes through strongly… Despite its lyrical themes of romantic suffocation and nostalgia, For My Crimes is steady and unwavering.” The WIRE