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FADER Premieres Ladyhawke’s New LP ‘Wild Things’ Out This Week via Polyvinyl + Nat’l Summer Tour

FADER Premieres Ladyhawke’s Wild Things
3rd Studio Album Out June 3 via Polyvinyl Records

National US Summer Tour!

6/21: Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
6/24: New York, NY @ Rough Trade – SOLD OUT
6/25: Washington, DC @ U Street Music
6/26: Philadelphia, PA @ Boot & Saddle
6/28: Chicago, IL @ Schubas
6/30: Seattle, WA @ Tractor Tavern
7/1: Portland, OR @ Doug Fir Lounge
7/3: San Francisco, CA @ Independent
7/6: Los Angeles, CA @ The Roxy

“It’s an album with potential to appeal as much to fans of Tom Tom Club and ELO as those who enjoyed recent ‘80s-inpsired albums from Tegan and Sara and Carly Rae Jepsen”. FADER

” … a pop personality with a dead-on ear for monster hooks.” SPIN

” …from the 80s synths of “Love Song,” to the galloping, bass-funked pop of “Let It Roll” and the Moroder-esque “Dangerous.”Ladyhawke sounds like she’s having fun.” VICE’s Noisey

“Wild Things is a well-rounded, fully complete project that seeps into your bones and gets you reveling in life’s uninhibited moments.”
NYLON

“a testament to her newfound happiness” PAPER

Ladyhawke aka Pip Brown is back with her third studio album Wild Thingsreleased June 3 via Polyvinyl Records. With accolades from Pitchfork, Noisey,Billboard, NYLON, PAPER and many more, Ladyhawke has returned to form and is poised to set summer dancefloors ablaze with a collection of indie-pop gems. Today, FADER premieres the Wild Things full album stream offering fans a chance to hear it a week early. We encourage you to post and share.

Brown’s conviction to organic authenticity led her on this third album journey which started back in 2013. She scrapped a full album’s worth of material before taking around a year to craft the blissed-out Wild Things with producer Tommy English (Børns, Tiësto, Dark Waves), whom she met through her L.A. neighbor, tattoo artist/musician Kat Von D. Ladyhawke kicks off a national US tour on June 21st in Boston.

Strapped with earworm hooks, shimmering synths, rib rattling beats and anchored by the quivering title track which is an airy paean to cleaning up and settling down, the record is less about past demons and more a catalyst of what’s to come. Make sure to catch her captivating performance in a city near you!

Pre-order Wild Things HERE

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