Aldous Harding has added to her run of UK tour dates, stopping off in Liverpool, Getintothis’ Lewis Ridley lands the exclusive news.
New Zealand artists Aldous Harding will come to Liverpool to play Arts Club courtesy of promoters Harvest Sun at the end of the year as part of her tour of Europe.
Harding is putting the finishing touches to her third studio album Designer, which will reunite her with John Parish, who has worked with the likes of PJ Harvey and Sparklehorse, whom she worked with on her second LP, 2017’s Party.
Her 2014 debut was a prelude for an artist that would later become known worldwide, as she picked up awards in numerous end of year polls for her second album.
These included Rough Trade‘s album of the year 2017 award.
Next month, she’ll release her latest album, Designer, from which fans can taste a sample in the form of Zoo Eyes.
Following its release, she’ll head to Europe for tour dates including supporting Florence and The Machine and The National at Hyde Park in June.
Among the summer tour dates across Europe Harding has penned in, there are gigs at Manchester’s Gorilla and Newcastle’s The Cluny.
She has released a hypnogogic video for new track Zoo Eyes the third and final single from Designer which encapsulates the eccentricity of Harding’s creativity.
Filmed in her native New Zealand by ‘The Barrel’ director Martin Sagadin, Harding simultaneously compels and bewilders in Zoo Eyes as she takes on multiple identities. You can watch it below
Merseyside based fans can see her in the Arts Club Theatre on Wednesday, December 4.