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After a successful stint on the road with chart-topping New Zealander Lorde, British DJ, producer, singer, songwriter and visual artist Until The Ribbon Breaks will be returning to the U.S supporting American electronic rock-duo Phantogram in December.
Having released his debut E.P ‘A Taste Of Silver’ last month, the critically acclaimed artist posted a series of self-made videos to accompany each track. The first, for his debut single ‘Pressure’, was a salute to David Lynch, pulling scenes and images from the cult classic Lost Highway. Soon after the Pitchfork approved ‘2025’ hit the Internet, generating international attention with it’s powerful apocalyptic undertones and imagery, leaving the masses yearning for more.
Since his recent U.S tour, Until The Ribbon Breaks has continued to deliver with the release of the infectious ‘Perspective’ featuring Homeboy Sandman and the epic ‘Romeo’.
NORTH AMERICAN TOUR DATES
12/04 -Terminal 5 – New York, NY
12/05 – 9:30 Club – Washington, DC
12/06 – Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA
12/07 – Upstate Concert Hall – Clifton Park, NY
12/08 – Paradise – Boston, MA
‘A TASTE OF SILVER’
“Apocalyptic pop” – Pitchfork
“Best New Artist” – SPIN Magazine
“Fusing R&B beats with prophetic vocals that speak of isolation, social decay, and the crumbling world around us. Winfield’s observations are dark, but it’s the way they are communicated—with agitated, breathy vocals and lurching synths and drum machines—that demands repeat plays.” – Interview Magazine
“The dashing up-and-coming artist, who is currently on tour with music’s latest It girl, Lorde, has certainly caught our eye with his musical creativity” – ELLE Magazine
“Until The Ribbon Breaks provides for audiences in search of feeling, meaning and, ultimately, substance to their music.” – MTV
Until The Ribbon Breaks! You blew my mind.” – Seen Heard Known Magazine
“Erasing boundaries of music genre and music grandeur and having just enough bass and hip hop drum elements to make your head bop nostalgically to soulful, yet futuristic vocals. Your mind will crave this space.” – XO Magazine
“haunting but beautiful” – Pigeons & Planes