ALDOUS HARDING releases ‘Fever’ the second single from her forthcoming new album ‘Warm Chris’

ALDOUS HARDING releases ‘Fever’ the second single from her forthcoming new album 'Warm Chris' 1
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Today, Aldous Harding releases ‘Fever’, the second single from her forthcoming new album Warm Chris. Accompanying the song’s swaggering piano-driven staccato is an official video created by Harding and Martin Sagadin showcasing the many faces of the New Zealander.

For Warm Chris, the New Zealand musician reunited with producer John Parish, continuing a professional partnership that began in 2017 and has forged pivotal bodies of work (2017’s Party and the aforementioned Designer). All ten tracks were recorded at Rockfield Studios and include contributions from H. Hawkline, Seb Rochford, Gavin Fitzjohn, John and Hopey Parish and Jason Williamson (Sleaford Mods).

Check out the official video for ‘Fever’ – BELOW:

Warm Chris [25 March 2022]

1. Ennui
2. Tick Tock
3. Fever
4. Warm Chris
5. Lawn
6. Passion Babe
7. She’ll Be Coming Round The Mountain
8. Staring At The Henry Moore
9. Bubbles
10. Leathery Whip

Warm Chris

To coincide with the release of Warm Chris, Aldous Harding will head back on the road for Spring (UK and Europe) and Summer (North America) shows. A full list of dates is below.

Aldous Harding Tour Dates
3 June – CHICAGO, IL, Thalia Hall
4 June – DETROIT, MI, El Club
5 June – TORONTO, ON, Danforth Music Hall
6 June – MONTREAL, QC, Rialto Theatre
8 June – CAMBRIDGE, MA, The Sinclair
9 June – NEW YORK, NY, Webster Hall
10 June – PHILADELPHIA, PA, Union Transfer
11 June – WASHINGTON, DC, Miracle Theatre
13 June – CARRBORO, NC, Cat’s Cradle
14 June – ASHEVILLE, NC, The Orange Peel
15 June – ATLANTA, GA, Terminal West
16 June – BIRMINGHAM, AL, Saturn
19 June – NEW ORLEANS, LA, Republic
20 June – DALLAS, TX, Granada Theater
21 June – AUSTIN, TX, Mohawk
23 June – PHOENIX, AZ, Crescent Ballroom
24 June – LOS ANGELES, CA, The Wiltern
25 June – SAN FRANCISCO, CA, The Fillmore
27 June – PORTLAND, OR, Crystal Ballroom
28 June – SEATTLE, WA, Neptune Theatre
29 June – BOISE, ID, Idaho Botanical Gardens (Live on the Lawn Series)
1 July – ENGLEWOOD, CO, Gothic Theatre
2 July – LAWRENCE, KS, Granada Theatre
10-13 August – OSLO, NO, ØYA
26 August – PARIS, FR, Rock en Seine 2022
28 August – LONDON, GB, All Points East 2022
1-4 September – LARMER TREE GARDENS, GB, End Of The Road Festival 2022
2 September – GLASGOW, GB, The City Halls

21 March – BRUSSELS, BE, Cirque Royal
23 March – UTRECHT, NL, TivoliVredenburg
24 March – GRONINGEN, NL, Oosterpoort
26 March – COLOGNE, DE, Gloria Theater
28 March – PARIS, FR, Le Trianon
29 March – NANTES, FR, Stereolux
30 March – FEYZIN, FR, Epicerie Moderne
1 April – ZURICH, CH, Bogen F
2 April – MILAN, IT, Santeria Toscana 31
4 April – PRAGUE, CZ, Palác Akropolis
5 April – WARSAW, PL, Niebo
7 April – BERLIN, DE, Admiralspalast
8 April – COPENHAGEN, DK, Vega
9 April – STOCKHOLM, SE, Berns Salonger
11 April – OSLO, NO, Sentrum Scene
12 April – GOTHENBURG, SE, Pustervik
14 April – HAMBURG, DE, Mojo Club
16 April – BRIGHTON, GB, The Dome
18 April – DUBLIN, IE, National Concert Hall
20 April – MANCHESTER, GB, Albert Hall
24 April – BRISTOL, GB, O2 Academy
25 April – CARDIFF, GB, Tramshed
26 April – NORWICH, GB, The Waterfront
28 April – LONDON, GB, Barbican
29 April – LONDON, GB, Barbican

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