It’s been two years since Brooklyn based Darwin Deez released his album Songs For Imaginative People, the follow up to his highly successful self-titled debut, and today the indie-pop renaissance man has shared a new single entitled “Kill Your Attitude” and announced a UK and Ireland tour.
A quintessentially Deez-esque tune of pop perfection, “Kill Your Attitude” has just debuted on BBC Radio 1 as Annie Mac’s “Hottest Record In The World”. This song is a sneak peek into Darwin Deez’s forthcoming third album, the details of which have yet to be announced, but is set for release this Autumn via Lucky Number. PRESS HERE to listen now and HERE to download the song on iTunes.
“Kill Your Attitude is a song about interpersonal squabbling” says Darwin Deez of the new track. "I love to fight. To argue. I fought a lot with my mother growing up. Consequentially, it doesn’t feel like love to me if there isn’t fighting. But fighting itself is the opposite of love”.
Fans will have a chance to hear more new material at a string of European festival appearance this summer on top of a headline date to celebrate Lucky Number's 10th Birthday party on July 23rd at London’s Village Underground. Tickets for October’s shows will go on general sale next Friday 5th June.
17 July – Truck Festival, UK
18 July – Benicassim Festival, Spain
19 July – MELT Festival, Germany
21 July – Poolbar, Feldkirch, Austria
23 July – Village Underground, London, UK
24 July – Secret Garden Party Festival, UK
20 August – Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark
21 August – Dockville, Hamburg, Germany
22 August – Frequency, St Polten, Austria
12 October –Thekla, Bristol, UK
13 October – Sound Control, Manchester, UK
14 October – Workman’s Club, Dublin, Ireland
15 October – Limelight 2, Belfast, UK
17 October – Leadmill, Sheffield, UK
18 October – Electric Circus, Edinburgh, UK
19 October – The Duchess, York, UK
20 October – Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth, UK
21 October – The Rainbow, Birmingham, UK
22 October – Concorde 2, Brighton, UK
23 October – Scholar, Leicester, UK
25 October – Bodega, Nottingham, UK
26 October – O2 Academy 2, Oxford, UK