Little Scream Tours Europe With Jose Gonzalez
And Timber Timbre, Unveils Live Video.
Just a reminder that Little Scream – aka Montreal-based singer/guitarist Laurel Sprengelmeyer – begins a European solo tour in London tonight, opening for Jose Gonzalez at The Barbican. Itinerary below including continental dates with Timber Timbre and The Lemonheads.
Little Scream will be back later in the year for a full band jaunt in support of her Secretly Canadian debut The Golden Record. She recently released a live video for the album's first single, The Heron And The Fox, which we are proud to share with you now.
Click here to watch and embed the live video for "The Heron And The Fox"
The Montreal based musician and painter has drawn on the infinite stream of inspiration that space, stars and the solar system offer, avoiding clichéd sounds and song structures to produceThe Golden Record, a well crafted work of rare beauty."
"In Little Scream’s chosen musical style, the top of 2011’s podium may still belong to PJ Harvey, but The Golden Record can accept silver proudly." – THE SKINNY
"Little Scream has turned what could have been a demure little album into a work that frames her strong performance and attempts to provide something extra." – MUSIC OMH
"An album that strips down under repeated attention to very ample reward." – [SIC] MAGAZINE
April 11 London, UK – Barbican w/ Jose Gonzalez
April 12 Brussels, BE – Domino Festival @ AB w/ Jose Gonzalez
April 14 Oslo, NO – Cafe Mono
April 15 Uppsala, SE – Uppsala Konsert & Kongress w/ Jose Gonzalez
April 16 Stockholm, SE – Debaser Medis
April 17 Gothenburg, SE – Lorentsbergsteatern w/ Jose Gonzalez
April 18 Amsterdam, NL – Bitterzoet w/ Timber Timbre
April 19 Hamburg, DE – Prinzenbar w/ Timber Timbre
April 20 Berlin, DE – Postbanhof w/ Timber Timbre
April 21 Paris, FR – La Fleche d'Or w/ The Lemonheads
Live Video for "The Heron And The Fox" from The Golden Record
MP3 for "The Heron And The Fox" from The Golden Record
The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. – Aristotle