Alex G Releases New Single “Miracles”
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Alex G Releases New Single “Miracles”

Alex G’s album God Save the Animals is due out later this month on September 23, and today he shares a final preview, the moving new single “Miracles,” which features Molly Germer on strings. 

God Save the Animals was co-produced and mixed by Jacob Portrait and features the previously released tracks “Cross the Sea” (“gorgeous warmth” - Pitchfork), “Runner(“unshakeably catchy” - Stereogum), and “Blessing,” (“eerie, hypnotic and, somehow, strangely moving” - New York Times). 

Alex G made his late night television debut this summer, performing “Runner” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Watch the performance HERE

Alex G will embark on a North American headlining tour this fall that includes Los Angeles’ The Wiltern and multiple nights at NYC’s Brooklyn Steel, Chicago’s Thalia Hall, Boston’s Paradise Rock Club and D.C.’s 9:30 Club and caps off with hometown shows at Philadelphia’s Union Transfer. All dates are below and tickets are available here.  

ALEX G ON TOUR 

2022
10-06 Saxapahaw, NC - Haw River Ballroom ~ SOLD OUT
10-07 Asheville, NC - The Orange Peel ~  
10-08 Atlanta, GA – Variety Playhouse ~ SOLD OUT
10-09 Nashville, TN - Brooklyn Bowl ~  
10-10 St. Louis, MO - Off Broadway ~ SOLD OUT
10-12 Denver, CO - Ogden Theatre ~  
10-14 Salt Lake City, UT – Soundwell ~ SOLD OUT  
10-16 Seattle, WA - The Showbox ~ SOLD OUT  
10-17 Portland, OR - Crystal Ballroom ~ SOLD OUT
10-19 San Francisco, CA - The Fillmore ^ SOLD OUT  
10-21 Los Angeles, CA - The Wiltern ^ SOLD OUT  
10-22 San Diego, CA - The Observatory North Park ^ SOLD OUT  
10-23 Pomona, CA – The Glass House ^ SOLD OUT
10-24 Phoenix, AZ – The Van Buren ^  
10-26 Austin, TX - Emo's ^ SOLD OUT
10-27 Fort Worth, TX – Tulips ^ SOLD OUT
10-29 Las Vegas, NV – When We Were Young  
11-01 Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue ^  
11-02 Chicago, IL - Thalia Hall ^  
11-03 Chicago, IL - Thalia Hall ^ SOLD OUT
11-04 Detroit, MI - The Majestic Theatre ^  
11-05 Toronto, ON - Danforth Music Hall ^ SOLD OUT  
11-06 Montreal, QC – MTELUS ^  
11-08 Boston, MA - Paradise Rock Club ^ SOLD OUT
11-09 Boston, MA - Paradise Rock Club ^  SOLD OUT
11-10 Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Steel
11-11 Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Steel ^ SOLD OUT
11-12 Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Steel ^ SOLD OUT
11-16 Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club  
11-17 Washington, DC - 9:30 Club ^ SOLD OUT
11-18 Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer ^ SOLD OUT
11-19 Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer # SOLD OUT
11-20 Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer 

~ Barrie opening    
^ Hatchie opening  
# Sadurn opening 

2023
03-16 Dublin, IE – Vicar Street
03-17 Glasgow, UK - SWG3
03-18 Manchester, UK – O2 Ritz
03-20 Leeds, UK – Leeds University Stylus
03-21 Nottingham, UK – Rescue Rooms
03-22 Bristol, UK – SWX Bristol
03-23 London, UK – Roundhouse London
03-25 Amsterdam, NL – Tolhuistuin
03-28 Antwerp, BE - Trix
03-30 Hamburg, DE – Gruenspan
03-31 Copenhagen, DK - Store Vega
04-01 Berlin, DE – Columbia Theatre
04-03 Munich, DE – Ampere
04-04 Cologne, DE – Gebaude 9
04-05 Tourcoing, FR – Le Grand Mix
04-06 Paris, FR – Le Trabendo 

Alex G God Save The Animals

Album | 23rd September 2022

“God” figures in the ninth album from Philadelphia, PA based Alex Giannascoli's LP’s title, its first song, and multiple of its thirteen tracks thereafter, not as a concrete religious entity but as a sign for a generalized sense of faith (in something, anything) that fortifies Giannascoli, or the characters he voices, amid the songs’ often fraught situations.

Beyond the ambient inspiration of pop, Giannascoli has been drawn in recent years to artists who balance the public and hermetic, the oblique and the intimate, and who present faith more as a shared social language than religious doctrine.

As with his previous records, Giannascoli wrote and demoed these songs by himself, at home; but, for the sake of both new tones and “a routine that was outside of my apartment,” he asked some half-dozen engineers to help him produce the “best” recording qualitywhatever that meant. The result is an album more dynamic than ever in its sonic palette.

Tracklisting

  • 1After All
  • 2Runner
  • 3Mission
  • 4S.D.O.S
  • 5No Bitterness
  • 6Ain't It Easy
  • 7Cross the Sea
  • 8Blessing
  • 9Early Morning Waiting
  • 10Immunity
  • 11Headroom Piano
  • 12Miracles
  • 13Forgive

Alex G God Save The Animals

Album | 23rd September 2022

“God” figures in the ninth album from Philadelphia, PA based Alex Giannascoli's LP’s title, its first song, and multiple of its thirteen tracks thereafter, not as a concrete religious entity but as a sign for a generalized sense of faith (in something, anything) that fortifies Giannascoli, or the characters he voices, amid the songs’ often fraught situations.

Beyond the ambient inspiration of pop, Giannascoli has been drawn in recent years to artists who balance the public and hermetic, the oblique and the intimate, and who present faith more as a shared social language than religious doctrine.

As with his previous records, Giannascoli wrote and demoed these songs by himself, at home; but, for the sake of both new tones and “a routine that was outside of my apartment,” he asked some half-dozen engineers to help him produce the “best” recording qualitywhatever that meant. The result is an album more dynamic than ever in its sonic palette.

Tracklisting

  • 1After All
  • 2Runner
  • 3Mission
  • 4S.D.O.S
  • 5No Bitterness
  • 6Ain't It Easy
  • 7Cross the Sea
  • 8Blessing
  • 9Early Morning Waiting
  • 10Immunity
  • 11Headroom Piano
  • 12Miracles
  • 13Forgive
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