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Dehd Announce New Album Blue Skies, Share New Song “Bad Love” – Pitchfork

Dehd Announce New Album Blue Skies, Share New Song “Bad Love” – Pitchfork

Dehd have announced a new album. Their third full-length is titled Blue Skies and it’s due out May 27 via Fat Possum. Dehd have also released the lead single “Bad Love” alongside a music video co-directed by vocalist Emily Kempf and Kevin Veselka. Check that out below.
“‘Bad Love’ is about recovering from love addiction and making a decision to stop choosing and aligning with people who aren’t your energetic match,” said Kempf in a statement. “I wrote it for myself and for everyone who needed to hear a song about choosing new forms of love. It’s about chasing a relationship with oneself rather than an unhealthy one, one that just doesn’t quite fit, or a codependent one.”
Blue Skies follows Dehd’s 2020 sophomore LP Flower of Devotion. The 13-track record was recorded by Dehd and saw the band working with mixing engineer Craig Silvey and mastering engineer Heba Kadry for the first time.
This spring, Dehd will embark on a North American tour in support of their new album. It kicks off on April 30 in Atlanta, Georgia and sees the band performing in major cities like Denver, Seattle, Los Angeles, Austin, Philadelphia, Boston, Toronto, and Chicago. The tour then concludes on June 11 with a set at Governors Ball in New York. Find the full list of tour dates below.
See which local haunt Dehd picked for Pitchfork’s “19 Artists on Their Favorite Independent Music Venues.”
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Blue Skies:
01 Control
02 Bad Love
03 Bop
04 Clear
05 Hold
06 Memories
07 Window
08 Palomino
09 Waterfall
10 Dream On
11 Empty in My Mind
12 Stars
13 No Difference
04-30 Atlanta, GA – Shaky Knees Festival
04-30 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade (Shaky Knees Aftershow)
05-02 Denver, CO – Bluebird Theater
05-03 Salt Lake City, UT – Metro Music Hall
05-05 Seattle, WA – Neumos
05-06 Vancouver, British Columbia – The Imperial
05-07 Portland, OR – Wonder Ballroom
05-09 San Francisco, CA – The Chapel
05-10 Los Angeles, CA – The Regent Theater
05-11 Tucson, AZ – Club Congress
05-13 Austin, TX – Antones
05-15 Houston, TX – Warehouse Live Studio
05-16 New Orleans, LA – Toulouse Theatre
05-18 Asheville, NC – The Grey Eagle Tavern & Music Hall
05-19 Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle
05-22 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer
05-24 New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom
05-26 Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall
05-27 Montreal, Quebec – Theatre Fairmount
05-28 Toronto, Ontario – Lee’s Palace
06-04 Chicago, IL – Metro
06-11 Queens, NY – The Governors Ball Music Festival
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