MIYA FOLICK’S DEBUT ALBUM PREMONITIONS OUT OCTOBER 26 ON TERRIBLE RECORDS/INTERSCOPE RECORDS

“STOP TALKING” VIDEO OUT NOW

PROFILED ON PITCHFORK’S “RISING” ON TOUR THIS FALL

Premonitions, the debut album from vocalist and songwriter Miya Folick, is due October 26 on Terrible Records/Interscope Records; see below for full details including the track list and album artwork featuring her parents. Premonitions was co-produced with Justin Raisen (Sky Ferreira, Charli XCX, Santigold and Angel Olsen) and Yves Rothman.

On the album Folick explains, “Premonitions begins with ‘Thingamajig’—something you can't quite recall the name of, but you know exactly what it means and what it feels like. Like the pull of desire that comes with not quite remembering fully. The magnetism of something just on the tip of your tongue. I wanted the album to feel like that thing.” She continues, “I wanted this album to be the vehicle for a hopeful, truthful, generous, and loving world. I tried not to posture or pretend. I wrote about my life as I've seen it and how I'd like to see it, as both memory and premonition.”

A new track, “Stop Talking,” also debuts today along with a video directed by Folick, Ariel Fisher and Sarah C. Prinz—listen/watch here.

“Stop Talking” comes on the heels of previously released album tracks “Deadbody,” and “Stock Image,” the latter of which was described by Pitchfork as “an alluring, catchy as hell invitation to join Folick in her heady worldview.”

This fall Folick will embark on an extensive tour in support of Pale Waves and Sunflower Bean, with dates across the United States and Europe. She will also play a headlining record release show at Los AngelesTroubadour on October 22, plus headlining dates in Europe in December; —see below for the full routing.

Raised in Santa Ana, CA, Los Angeles-based recording artist and performer Miya Folick first rose to public attention with her 2015 debut EP, Strange Darling, which drew praise from the likes of The New York Times and NPR, landed a featured spot in Netflix's hit show “13 Reasons Why,” and accumulated over 7 million Spotify streams to date. Her follow up, 2017's Give It To Me EP, captured the electric energy of her live performances and drew acclaim from NME, Refinery 29, Stereogum, DIY, Noisey and others. Folick has toured the world over and shared stages with Chairlift, Yeasayer, Kate Nash, Sleigh Bells and many more.

For more information, please contact Reid Kutrow, Krista Williams or Carla Sacks at Sacks & Co., 212.741.1000.


PREMONITIONS
TRACK LIST

1. Thingamajig
2. Premonitions
3. Cost Your Love
4. Stock Image
5. Leave the Party
6. Stop Talking
7. Freak Out
8. Deadbody
9. Baby Girl
10. What We’ve Made

 

MIYA FOLICK LIVE
*—with Pale Waves
†—with Sunflower Bean


October 22 ///Los Angeles, CA /// Troubadour
October 26 /// Austin, TX /// Scoot Inn*
October 27 /// Dallas, TX /// Trees*
October 28 /// Houston, TX /// White Oak Music Hall*
October 30 /// Jacksonville, FL /// Jack Rabbits*
October 31 /// Tampa, FL /// The Crowbar*
November 2 /// Fort Lauderdale, FL /// Culture Room*
November 3 /// Orlando, FL /// The Social*
November 5 /// Atlanta, GA /// Terminal West*
November 6 /// Nashville, TN /// Mercy Lounge*
November 7 /// Charlotte, NC /// The Underground*
November 9 /// Richmond, VA /// The Broadberry*
November 10 /// Washington, DC /// U Street Music Hall*
November 11 /// Philadelphia, PA /// Union Transfer*
November 12 /// Brooklyn, NY /// Brooklyn Steel*
November 13 /// Boston, MA /// The Sinclair*
November 19 /// Cardiff, Wales /// The Globe†
November 20 /// Leeds, England /// The Church†
November 21 /// Brighton, England /// The Old Market†
November 22 /// London, England /// Hackney Arts Centre†
November 23 /// Leicester, England /// Dryden Street Social†
November 25 /// Oxford, England /// The Bullingdon†
November 26 /// Glasgow, Scotland /// The Art School†
November 27 /// Manchester, England /// Manchester Academy†
November 28 /// Portsmouth, England /// Wedgewood Rooms†
November 29 /// Bristol, England /// SWX Bristol†
November 30 /// Cambridge, England /// The Junction†
December 1 /// Birmingham, England /// The Castle & Jalcon†
December 3 /// Paris, France /// Supersonic
December 4 /// Utrecht, Netherlands /// TivoliVredenburg
December 5 /// Berlin, Germany /// Musik & Frieden
December 6 /// Hamburg, Germany /// HÄKKEN
December 7 /// Copenhagen, Denmark /// Vega
December 9 /// Haldern, Germany /// Haldern Pop Bar
December 10 /// Koln, Germany /// Blue Shell
December 11 /// Brussels, Belgium /// Botanique

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