Photo by Philip Cosores
When we spoke to Sharon Van Etten, the beloved singer/songwriter spoke of her next album, which she was considering titling What It Takes. Well, it looks like that didn’t stick, as she has settled on the title of Tramp for her follow-up to 2010′s Epic, which will be released on February 7th via Jagjaguwar.
As expected, the record was produced by The National’s Aaron Dessner in his studio, and the album also features a ton of big-name guests, including Beirut’s Zach Condon, Julianna Barwick, Wye Oak’s Jenn Wasner, the Walkmen’s Matt Barrick, and Doveman’s Thomas Bartlett. Below, we have the full tracklisting for you.
To accompany the release, Van Etten will launch a large scale tour, opening in the east for Shearwater and out west for The War On Drugs. Check out the tourdates below.
2. Give Out
6. In Line
7. All I Can
8. We Are Fine
9. Magic Chords
11. I’m Wrong
12. Joke or a Lie
Sharon Van Etten tourdates:
12-13 New York, NY – Beacon Theatre ^
02-10 Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brenda’s *
02-11 Washington, DC – Black Cat *
02-12 Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle *
02-14 Columbus, OH – Wexner Center *
02-15 Newport, KY – Southgate House *
02-17 Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall *
02-18 Minneapolis, MN – Cedar Cultural Center *
02-21 Toronto, Ontario – Lee’s Palace *
02-22 Montreal, Quebec – Il Motore *
02-23 Boston, MA – Paradise *
02-24 Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg *
02-25 New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom *
03-20 Los Angeles, CA – The Avalon #
03-21 San Francisco, CA – The Independent #
03-23 Portland, OR – Aladdin Theater #
03-24 Vancouver, British Columbia – Biltmore Cabaret #
03-25 Seattle, WA – The Neptune
03-27 Salt Lake City, UT – The State Room #
03-28 Denver, CO – Bluebird Theater #
03-31 St. Louis, MO – Luminary Center for the Arts #
04-01 Bloomington, IN – Rhino’s #
^ with the National
* with Shearwater
# with the War on Drugs
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