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DEAN WAREHAM -- "The Dancer Disappears" released this week via iTunes. WATCH the video !

posted Feb 21, 2014, 7:43 AM by Vu Nguyen
Dean Wareham has released a second single off his forthcoming self-titled solo album.  "The Dancer Disappears" is now available via iTunes and is an instant grat track with pre-order of the album.  Canadian video artist Meesoo Lee created a video from archival advertising footage.  WATCH IT HERE

Wareham had previously announced a North American tour that kicks off on April 1in Atlanta, GA and ends on April 12 in St. Paul, MN.  He will play New York City's Bowery Ballroom on April 5.  Previous to the tour Wareham is confirmed to play the Big Ears Festival in Knoxville, TN which is being held March 28-30.  The complete tour is listed below and more dates are being confirmed. 


On March 11 Dean Wareham releases his first ever solo album via Double Feature (in the USA) and Sonic Cathedral (in Europe). Titled Dean Wareham, it features 9 songs produced by Jim James (My Morning Jacket), recorded at James' house in Louisville, Kentucky. James also contributes keyboards, electric guitars and backing vocals.  The first single from the album, "Holding Pattern" is also available via iTunes and Dean Wareham is now available for pre-order

Dean Wareham Tour

March 28-30 - Big Ears Festival, Knoxville, TN

4/1 - Atlanta, GA -  the Earl

4/3 - Carrboro NC -  Cat's Cradle

4/4 - Washington DC -  U Street

4/5 - New York, NY -  Bowery Ballroom

4/6 - Philadelphia, PA -  Boot & Saddle

4/9 -  Toronto, ON -  Horseshoe Tavern

4/10 - Ferndale ,MI - Magic Bag

4/11 -  Chicago, IL -  Old Town School of Music

4/12 -  St Paul,MN -  Turf Club

 

Dean Wareham
 track list

1. The Dancer Disappears
2. Beat the Devil
3. Heartless People
4. My Eyes Are Blue
5. Love is Not A Roof Against the Rain
6. Holding Pattern
7. I Can Only Give My All
8. Babes in the Wood
9. Happy & Free   

Dean Wareham, is counted as one of the original voices of American indie rock, his band
Galaxie 500 emerging from Boston in 1988 and making three celebrated albums for Rough Trade (recently reissued on Domino Records). "Galaxie 500 were the ultimate cult group," wrote Bookforum,"a band who set the stage for the indie scene of the 21st Century." His next band Luna recorded seven albums for Elektra and Beggar's Banquet (including Penthouse, on Rolling Stone's list of best albums of the 90s), followed by three albums as Dean & Britta (with Britta Phillips). In 2013 he released a 6-song EP,
Emancipated Hearts. His songs have been covered by Beck, Ryan Adams, and Joanna Gruesome.

Wareham is also a writer, he contributes to Salon and the Talkhouse, and his memoir
Black Postcards is now a Penguin paperback. He recently appeared acting in the Noah Baumbach film Frances Ha. 

Born in New Zealand, and having spent most of his life in New York City, he currently lives in Los Angeles.
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