Mozart’s Sister premieres new video, announces North American tour dates

By on September 6, 2014

Mozart's Sister

Photo Credit: Vanessa Heins

Mozart’s Sister aka Caila Thompson-Hannant, released her highly anticipated debut full-length Being on August 5th via Asthmatic Kitty. Noisey highly recommended the track, noting that Thompson-Hannant “expertly tows the line between bubble-gum and grit,” going on to say, “hit the replay button”.

 

The new DIY video for “Good Thing Bad Thing” features Mozart’s Sister in many guises dancing around the living room. Designed to get you moving, filmmakers Eva and Martin have created something as thoroughly addictive as the song itself, so kick off your shoes and get dancing!

 

Mozart’s Sister is currently playing a run of dates in Canada with PS I Love You. She’ll also make a stop in NYC next month to play at Webster Hall and Silent Barn. All dates can be found below.

 

Being is now available here and on iTunes.

North American Tour Dates

09.05.14 – Winnipeg, MB – Windsor Hotel ^

09.06.14 – Saskatoon, SK – Amigo’s ^

09.07.14 – Regina, SK – The Exchange ^

09.09.14 – Calgary, AB – HiFi Club ^

09.10.14 – Edmonton, AB – Pawn Shop ^

09.12.14 – Vancouver, BC – Fortune Sound Club ^

09.13.14 – Victoria, BC – Alix Goolden Hall (Rifflandia) %

09.18.14 – Montreal, QC – Le Late Night Litle Burgundy (POP Montreal) !

09.19.14 – Montreal, QC – Cabaret du Mile-End (POP Montreal) #

10.24.14 – Halifax, NS – Olympic Hall (Halifax POP) *

10.25.14 – Halifax, NS – Gus’ Pub (Halifax POP)

10.28.14 – New York ,NY – Webster Hall

10.29.14 – Brooklyn, NY – Silent Barn

^ w/ PS I Love You

% w/ Half Moon Run

! w/ TRUST

# w/ The Rural Alberta Advantage, PS I Love You, Grey Lands

* w/ Twin Shadow

Watch the video for “Good Thing Bad Thing” via Dummy Mag

Being

Tracklisting

01. Good Thing Bad Thing

02. Enjoy

03. Faif

04. Lone Wolf

05. A Move

06. Bow A Kiss

07. Salty Tear

08. Do It To Myself (Run Run)

09. Don’t Leave It To Me

10. My House Is Wild

11. Chained Together

Kinetic, unvarnished charm.”  – Pitchfork

“Embracing chaos, her music is a collision of genres which distinguishes her from pre-packaged, radio ready-pop, and it’s damn beautiful.” Noisey

Razor-sharp execution…Weightier ideas running under its varnished surface than are typically associated with fluffy synth pop.” – DUMMY

Peculiar, captivating pop.” – FADER

Links

Mozart’s Sister on Facebook

Mozart’s Sister on Twitter

DaveHHM

Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.

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