AVA LUNA Announce National Tour

AVA Luna announce national tour & SXSW dates, share the single "Daydream". LP "Electric Balloon" comes out March 4th. AVA Luna play 2/8 in New York.

Ava Luna are extremely pleased to announce their first tour in support of Electric Balloon. To celebrate, they’ve premiered their recently recorded Breakthru Radio session which features live versions of the title track and “Crown” from Electric Balloon as well as “No F” from their previous record Ice Level.Electric Balloon was recorded by Carlos Hernandez and Julian Fader, both of whom, apart from being in Ava Luna, have gained further recognition as go-to recording engineers within the Brooklyn music community. The album was later mixed by Jimmy Douglass whose lengthy credits include the likes of Justin Timberlake, Aaliyah, Timbaland, Television, Gang of Four, etc. The mix of grit and shine perfectly captures and accentuates their unique blend of doo-wop soul, no wave, and art-pop.

In the coming weeks, Ava Luna will be playing the legendary Apollo Theater (2/8) as well as debuting a second single from Electric Balloon.   Check below for tour dates!

After years of writing and performing, Ava Luna has refined their doo-wop soul meets punk-as-fuck aesthetic into something bold and glaringly defiant in today’s indie music landscape. Following the release of their  first proper full-length Ice Level, the band spent an intense two-week period writing and recording in upstate New York. Unlike previous efforts that were meticulously mapped out, the songs that would become Electric Balloon were “a family effort” according to front-man Carlos Hernandez. For the new album, former Columbia composition student Hernandez relinquished the reins a bit, opting for a more organic approach to writing the material for what would become Electric Balloon. As Hernandez explains, it was a “…birth of confidence. I grew closer to my bandmates, began to see the roles of a family playing out. Ethan cooks dinner for all of us, we make lewd jokes, and then ‘after-dinner storytelling’ takes the form of playing music.” In the wake of Ice Level, Ava Luna’s sharp edges have melted away just enough, making it easier to connect with their no-wave grooves and soaring harmonies. Distilling everything from James Chance and ESG to contemporaries like Dirty Projectors and Of Montreal, Ava Luna have landed on an aggressively unique sound that still manages to be accessible.


02/08 – New York, NY @ Apollo Theater

02/13 – Boston, MA @ Great Scott #

02/18 – Bennington, VT @ Bennington College #

02/19 – Kingston, NY @ BSP #

02/20 – Oberlin, OH @ Cat In The Cream

02/21 – Gambier, OH @ Kenyon College #

02/22 – Chicago, IL @ The Observatory #

02/23 – Milwaukee, WI @ Riverwest Public House #

02/24 – Minneapolis, MN @ Kitty Kat Club

02/25 – Fargo, ND @ Aquarium #

02/27 – Spokane, WA @ The Bartlett #

02/28 – Seattle, WA @ The Black Lodge $

03/01 – Olympia, WA @ The Northern $

03/02 – Portland, OR @ Valentines #

03/04 – San Francisco, CA @ The Knockout #

03/05 – Isla Vista, CA @ BIKO Garage #

03/06 – Los Angeles, CA @ Bootleg Theater #

03/07 – Phoenix, AZ @ VIVA PHX Festival #

03/09 – Albuquerque, NM @ The Sister #

03/12 – Austin, TX @ EIS/Impose Showcase

03/13 – Austin, TX @ Western Vinyl Showcase

03/13 – Austin, TX @ Father Daughter Showcase

03/14 – New Orleans, LA @ Tulane #

03/14 – New Orleans, LA @ Siberia #

03/17 – Atlanta, GA @ Mammal Gallery #

03/18 – Charlotte, NC @ Snug Harbor #

03/19 – Durham, NC @ Pinhook #

03/20 – Richmond, VA @ Gallery 5 #

03/21 – Washington, DC @ The Dunes #

03/22 – Baltimore, MD @ The Crown #

03/23 – Philadelphia, PA @ Golden Tea House #

03/24 – Brooklyn, NY @ Silent Barn #

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