Brooklyn’s Sister Sparrow has announced the release of the new album GOLD. The album arrives at all music retailers and streaming services via Thirty Tigers on Friday, Oct. 12th.
The album’s first single, “Ghost,” is set to release Friday, Aug. 3. In addition to this, Sister Sparrow will also be celebrating the new LP with a major U.S. tour, joined as always by her extraordinary brass-fueled combo, the Dirty Birds.
GOLD is produced and co-written in collaboration with Carter Matschullat (Chef’Special, Secret Weapons) at Brooklyn’s DØØM Studio. The LP takes the classic Dirty Birds sound and turns it into something altogether new, a soul-blasted contemporary pop approach supremely suited for Kincheloe’s immense voice.
“The GOLD Tour” begins August 30 in Athens, then travels the country through early December. The tour will include a performance with Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats on Sept. 15 at Thompson’s Point in Portland, Maine. Additional dates will be unveiled soon.
For more information please visit Sister Sparrow’s website.
The GOLD Tour:
Aug. 30 – Athens Summer Concert Series – Athens, NY
Aug. 31 – Levitt Pavilion Steelstacks – Bethlehem, PA
Sept. 1 – Blues, Views And BBQ – Westport, CT
Sept. 14 – Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival – Fredericton, NB
Sept. 15 – Thompson’s Point (w/ Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats) – Portland, ME
Sept. 16 – Grand Point North Festival – Burlington, VT
Sept. 21 – Westcott Theater – Syracuse, NY
Sept. 22 – Borderland Music and Arts Festival – East Aurora, NY
Oct. 31 – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL
Nov. 1 – Founders Brewing Co.Grand – Rapids, MI
Nov. 2 – Otus Supply – Parliament Room- Ferndale, MI
Nov. 3 – Mr. Small’s Theatre – Millvale, PA
Nov. 8 – Infinity Music Hall Hartford – Hartford, CT
Nov. 9 – Theatre Of Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA
Nov. 10 – Swyer Theatre, Empire Center At The Egg – Albany, NY
Nov. 15 – Brighton Music Hall – Allston, MA
Nov. 29 – 9:30 Club – Washington DC
Dec. 1 – Irving Plaza – New York, NY
Dec. 5 – Teragram Ballroom – Los Angeles, CA
Dec. 6 – The Independent – San Francisco, CA