Big Thief Announce New Album Two Hands, Drop New Song “Not”: Listen

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Big Thief have already released one album in 2019, and today, they’ve announced a second before the year is out. Two Hands, the follow-up to U.F.O.F, is out October 11 via 4AD. “Not”—a song they often play live—appears on the album and is out today. Listen below.

The album was recorded days after the U.F.O.F sessions at the Sonic Ranch studio about 30 miles west of El Paso. “Two Hands has the songs that I’m the most proud of; I can imagine myself singing them when I’m old,” Adrianne Lenker said in a statement. “Musically and lyrically, you can’t break it down much further than this. It’s already bare-bones.”

The band have also announced a tour, and a portion of proceeds from their shows will go to good causes. In the United States, one dollar from each ticket will go to Little Kids Rock and Youth Speaks. Canadian shows will benefit DANS LA RUE, Sketch, and UNYA. European ticket sales will help out Hangarmusik, and their 2020 UK shows will benefit Girls Rock London. Find those dates below.

Read Pitchfork’s feature “Big Thief Can’t Stop Moving Forward.”

Big Thief:

08-14 Saint-malo, France – Route du Rock
08-16 Hasselt, Belgium – Pukkelpop Festival
08-17 Brecon Beacons, Wales – Green Man Festival
08-19 London, England – Bush Hall
10-10 New York, NY – Webster Hall
10-11 New York, NY – Webster Hall
10-12 South Burlington, VT – Higher Ground
10-13 Boston, MA – Wilbur Theatre
10-15 Montreal, Quebec – La Tulipe
10-16 Toronto, Ontario – Phoenix Concert Theatre
10-18 Chicago, IL – Metro
10- 21 Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue
10-24 Portland, OR – Crystal Ballroom
10-25 Vancouver, British Columbia – Vogue Theatre
10-26 Seattle, WA – Moore Theatre
10-28 San Francisco, CA – The Fillmore
11-01 Phoenix, AZ – Crescent Ballroom
11-02 Albuquerque, NM – Sister
11-04 Austin, TX – Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheatre
11-05 Dallas, TX – Trees
11-07 Atlanta, GA – Variety Playhouse
11-08 Saxapahaw, NC – Haw River Ballroom
11-09 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer
11-10 Washington, DC – 9:30 Club
11-11 Columbus, OH – The Athenaeum Theatre
02-17 Lisbon, Portugal – LAV
02-18 Porto, Portugal – Hard Club
02-19 Madrid, Spain – Joy Eslava
02-20 Barcelona, Spain – La 2 de Apolo
02-22 Bologna, Italy – Locomotiv
02-23 Milan, Italy – Magnolia
02-24 Lyon, France – Epicerie Moderne
02-25 Paris, France – Cabaret Sauvage
02- 27 London, England – Hammersmith Apollo
02-29 Nottingham, England – Rock City
03-01 Manchester, England – Albert Hall
03-02 Glasgow, Scotland – Old Fruitmarket
03-05 Brussels, Belgium – AB Ballroom
03-06 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Paradiso
03-07 Cologne, Germany – Luxor
03-08 Hamburg, Germany – Uebel & Gefährlich
03-09 Berlin, Germany – Astra
03-11 Copenhagen, Denmark – Vega Main Hall
03-12 Gotheburg, Sweden – Pustervik
03-13 Stockholm, Sweden – Debaser
03-14 Olso, Norway – Rockefeller
03-15 Aarhus, Denmark – Voxhall

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