Holly Miranda announces fall Tour dates

Holly Miranda announces new U.S. fall tour dates, starting July 28th in Houston, TX.

Holly Miranda reflects, while on a trip once, when she was trying to write, “I had a dream that I was going to rent a house in Joshua Tree and go write by myself for a month. I’d never been there before, but I woke up the next day and booked the first house I found and left a few days later. It was about getting away from the chatter of Los Angeles and reconnecting with myself and nature. I had a bit of writer’s block after the last record, I wasn’t having fun anymore and I really needed to get back the core of why I started making music 17 years ago.” she says.

“This is the most honest thing I’ve ever made; it’s very raw and is a contrast to what I’ve done in the past,” she says. After writing in Joshua Tree, she headed to Brooklyn, New York in the winter of 2012 to record most of the album, enlisting the help of bandmates Timmy Mislock, Maria Eisen and David Jack Daniels, while taking turns herself on piano, drums, guitar and bass. “There’s a Motown vibe to some of the songs” she notes of the recordings. “I wanted it to feel like the band was playing the songs live. There’s also a few that are more electronic and ethereal,” like the song “Come On.” She recorded that track in Los Angeles with David Andrew Sitek, producer of her 2010 release The Magicians Private Library.

Recently Holly Miranda has toured playing guitar for Karen O in support of her solo debut Crush Songs, she toured Spain for the annual Voces Femininas festival and is currently working on a graphic novel with Portland based artist Catherine Lazar Odell.

“I can’t remember a time I wasn’t singing. When I was little my older sisters used to make me lay on the floorboard of the car if I was going to sing, because my voice was so loud they said it felt like it was ‘inside of their heads.’ I’ll never stop making music. It’s the best therapy I’ve found.”

US Tour

07.28 Houston, TX at McGonigel’s Mucky Duck
07.29 Austin, TX at Cactus Cafe
07.30 Dallas, TX at Barefoot at The Belmont
07.31 Oklahoma City, OK at The Blue Door
08.01 Kansas City, MO at The Tank Room
08.02 St. Louis, MO at Off Broadway Nightclub
08.04 Iowa City, IA at The Mill
08.05 Omaha, NE at Slowdown Front Room
08.08 Denver, CO at Lost Lake Lounge
09.15 Washington, DC at The Rock and Roll Hotel
09.16 Philadelphia, PA at Boot & Saddle
09.17 New York, NY at The Mercury Lounge
09.18 New York, NY at The Mercury Lounge
09.19 Allston, MA at Great Scott
09.20 Kingston, NY at BSP Lounge
09.22 Pittsburgh, PA at Club Cafe
09.23 Ferndale, MI at The Loving Touch
09.24 Chicago, IL at Schubas Tavern
09.25 Madison, WI at The Frequency
09.26 Minneapolis, MN at 7th St. Entry
09.29 Seattle, WA at The Sunset
09.30 Portland, OR at Mississippi Studios
10.02 San Francisco, CA at Bottom of The Hill
10.03 Los Angeles, CA at The Echo

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