Julia Holter dévoile son nouveau single “Evening Mood”

Julia Holter dévoile son nouveau single “Evening Mood”

Julia Holter, chanteuse, auteure et compositrice basée à Los Angeles, dévoile son nouveau single “Evening Mood”, avant la sortie de son sixième album studio intitulé Something in the Room She Moves, le 22 mars chez Domino. Avec "Evening Mood", Julia avait pour objectif d'évoquer l'ocytocine, l'hormone de l'amour, sur les lignes de basse sans frette de Dev Hoff et les doux tambours à maillets de Beth Goodfellow. Sur une section rythmique filtrée, nage une gamme de voix scintillantes : le chant aérien de Julia Holter, la clarinette planante de Chris Speed et les pads de Tashi Wada. Le style de production "sous-marin" a été influencé par le film préféré de sa fille à l'époque, Ponyo de Studio Ghibli, qui raconte l'histoire d'un poisson se transformant en petite fille. "J'ai été inspirée par la capacité des créatures à se transformer et par la façon dont cette adaptabilité interagit avec notre capacité à aimer. Je voulais que tout paraisse très liquide", dit-elle de la chanson, qui présente un "battement de cœur à ultrasons filtré" passé à travers un phaser. "Je visais à créer une ambiance qui sonne comme l'intérieur du corps."

La vidéo de “Evening Mood” est réalisée par Dicky Bahto avec la participation de la danseuse Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta.

Dates de concerts à venir
07.04 – Variations Festival, Nantes
09.04 – EartH Theatre, London
10.04 – Botanique Orangerie, Brussels
12.04 – Colosseum, Berlin
03.05 - El Rey, Los Angeles, CA
04.05 – Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA
06.05 – Crocodile, Seattle, WA
07.05 – Aladdin Theater, Portland, OR
10.05 – Fine Line, Minneapolis, MN
11.05 – Outset, Chicago, IL
13.05 – Horseshoe Tavern, Toronto, ON
14.05 – Le Belmont, Montreal, QC
15.05 – Brighton Music Hall, Boston, MA
17.05 – Webster Hall, New York, NY
18.05 – First Unitarian Church, Philadelphia, PA
19.05 – The Atlantis, Washington, DC
21.05 - Motorco Music Hall, Durham, NC
22.05 – Masquerade (Purgatory), Atlanta, GA

Julia Holter Something in the Room She Moves

Album | 22nd March 2024

“My heart is loud,” Julia Holter sings on her sixth album Something in the Room She Moves, following an inner pulse. The Los Angeles songwriter’s past work has often explored memory and dreamlike future, but her latest album resides more in presence: “There’s a corporeal focus, inspired by the complexity and transformability of our bodies,” Holter says. Her production choices and arrangements form a continuum of fretless electric bass pitches in counterpoint with gliding vocal melodies, while glissing Yamaha CS-60 lines entwine warm winds and reeds. “I was trying to create a world that’s fluid-sounding, waterlike, evoking the body’s internal sound world,” Holter says of her flowing harmonic universe.  

“What is delicious and what is omniscient?” she sings on “Spinning”, the album’s incantatory centerpiece. “What is the circular magic I’m visiting?” Or as Holter put it: “It’s about being in the passionate state of making something: being in that moment, and what is that moment?” She found it anew on Something in the Room She Moves, singing in somatic frequencies.

Tracklisting

  • 1Sun Girl
  • 2These Morning
  • 3Something in the Room She Moves
  • 4Materia
  • 5Meyou
  • 6Spinning
  • 7Ocean
  • 8Evening Mood
  • 9Talking to the Whisper
  • 10Who Brings Me

Julia Holter Something in the Room She Moves

Album | 22nd March 2024

“My heart is loud,” Julia Holter sings on her sixth album Something in the Room She Moves, following an inner pulse. The Los Angeles songwriter’s past work has often explored memory and dreamlike future, but her latest album resides more in presence: “There’s a corporeal focus, inspired by the complexity and transformability of our bodies,” Holter says. Her production choices and arrangements form a continuum of fretless electric bass pitches in counterpoint with gliding vocal melodies, while glissing Yamaha CS-60 lines entwine warm winds and reeds. “I was trying to create a world that’s fluid-sounding, waterlike, evoking the body’s internal sound world,” Holter says of her flowing harmonic universe.  

“What is delicious and what is omniscient?” she sings on “Spinning”, the album’s incantatory centerpiece. “What is the circular magic I’m visiting?” Or as Holter put it: “It’s about being in the passionate state of making something: being in that moment, and what is that moment?” She found it anew on Something in the Room She Moves, singing in somatic frequencies.

Tracklisting

  • 1Sun Girl
  • 2These Morning
  • 3Something in the Room She Moves
  • 4Materia
  • 5Meyou
  • 6Spinning
  • 7Ocean
  • 8Evening Mood
  • 9Talking to the Whisper
  • 10Who Brings Me
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Live Dates

Friday 3rd May

Julia Holter
El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles (LA), US

Saturday 4th May

Julia Holter
Great American Music Hall, SF Bay Area, US

Tuesday 7th May

Julia Holter
Aladdin Theater, Portland, US

Friday 10th May

Julia Holter
Fine Line, Twin Cities, US

Saturday 11th May

Julia Holter
Outset, Chicago, US

Monday 13th May

Julia Holter
The Great Hall, Toronto, Canada

Tuesday 14th May

Julia Holter
Le Belmont, Montreal, Canada

Wednesday 15th May

Julia Holter
Brighton Music Hall presented by Citizens, Boston / Cambridge, US

Friday 17th May

Julia Holter
Webster Hall, New York (NYC), US

Saturday 18th May

Julia Holter
First Unitarian Church, Philadelphia, US