The Japanese House today announces her new UK tour for March 2019, concluding with a night at London’s Electric Ballroom. The tour, which takes in seven dates across the UK, will celebrate the release of her debut album Good at Falling, due via Dirty Hit on March 1.

Produced by The Japanese House (aka Amber Bain), BJ Burton (Low, Bon Iver, Francis and the Lights) and The 1975’s George Daniel in Wisconsin, Brussels and Oxford, Good at Falling follows four acclaimed EPs and her most recent singles ‘Follow My Girl’ and ‘Lilo’. The widely spoken about video for ‘Lilo’ captures Bain and real life ex-girlfriend Marika Hackman act out the intimate and heartbreaking final moments of their relationship. The song is a reflection of an album that draws from Bain’s life in a way her work never has before - a more personal, vulnerable and yet confident body of work. “These songs are definitely more direct” explains Bain, “the album has a lot more of me in it, so it makes sense”. The Japanese House and her band have been debuting material from Good at Falling on her acclaimed recent UK tour, which included a sold out date at London’s Scala.

Good at Falling tracklisting
went to meet her (intro)
Maybe You’re the Reason
We Talk all the Time
You Seemed so Happy
Follow My Girl
Everybody Hates Me
Marika Is Sleeping
f a r a w a y
i saw you in a dream

The Japanese House, otherwise known as Amber Bain, has to date released four acclaimed EPs with Dirty Hit: Pools To Bathe In (2015), Clean (2015), Swim Against The Tide (2016) and her latest release, 2017’s Saw You In A Dream. With an “experimental and impressive” (DIY) sound adored by both critics and fans, Amber has played in arenas across the UK with labelmates The 1975, taking in shows at the O2 Arena, and found herself landing a spot on the prestigious BBC Sound Of 2017 Longlist. With a raft of sold out headline shows under her belt, including nights at London venues Koko and Scala, “Bain’s rise to the top appears imminent” (NME) as she returns to the UK for her March dates and the release of her debut album.

See The Japanese House play live in the UK this March:

11 March Concorde 2 Brighton
12 March O2 Academy 2 Oxford (
14 March Dryden Street Social Leicester
15 March The Plug Sheffield
16 March Academy 2 Manchester
18 March The Caves Edinburgh
19 March Electric Ballroom London

And in Europe from January:

20 January John Dee Oslo, NO
22 January Nalen Club Stockholm, SE
23 January Vega Copenhagen, DK
25 January Olympic Cafe Paris, FR
26 January EKKO Utrecht, NL
28 January TRIX Antwerp, BE
30 January Artheater Cologne, DE
1 February Nochtspeicher Hamburg, DE
2 February Kantine am Berghain Berlin, DE
4 February Fluc Vienna, AT
6 February Circolo Magnolia Milan, IT
7 February Papiersaal Zurich, CH