Palehound shares "Sea of Blood," tours with Weaves (2018)

Prolific powerhouse Ellen Kempner aka Palehound has announced their new YMCA Pool seven-inch, to be issued January 26 on Saddle Creek. Kempner co-produced the release alongside Alicia Bognanno of Bully, who also engineered the tracks last summer in Nashville.
The band shares a brand new track from the release, “Sea of Blood.” YMCA Pool is Saddle Creek’s fourth release in their Document series, which highlights artists from around the world that they have fallen in love with.

Kempner explains the origin of the tracks found on YMCA Pool sharing, “I’ve had these songs lying around forever and could never really find a place for them on a record. After we toured with Bully, Alicia Bognanno offered to record some stuff  for me at her house in Nashville, which seemed like a great opportunity. We spent two days hiding from the heat in her house recording… and also at Dave and Buster’s.”   Having just finished a U.S. headlining tour (which saw shows with Big Thief, Jay Som, Mitski, M Ward, and more), the band also announced their upcoming co-headlining tour with Weaves (see dates below). Palehound’s sophomore album, A Place I’ll Always Go, is out now on Polyvinyl Record Co.
YMCA Pool 7” Track Listing: 1.  YMCA Pool 2. Sea Of Blood
Palehound + Weaves Co-Headline Tour Dates * = Weaves co-headline
1/18: Halifax, Nova Scotia @ In the Dead of Winter Music Festival
2/07: Holyoke, MA @ Gateway City Arts*
2/08: Philadelphia, PA  @ Johnny Brenda’s*
2/09: Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Bazaar*
2/10: Washington, DC @ Union Stage*
2/11: Richmond, VA @ Strange Matter*
2/13: Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade – Purgatory*
2/14: Nashville, TN @ The Basement*
2/16: Austin, TX @ Sidewinder*
2/17: Dallas, TX @ Three Links*
2/20: San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar*
2/21: Los Angeles, CA @ Bootleg Theater*
2/22: San Francisco, CA @ Noise Pop*
2/23: Santa Cruz, CA @ Atrium*
2/27: Omaha, NE @ Slowdown Jr.*
2/28: Chicago, IL @ Schubas*
3/16: Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair
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