Bully Announce New Album Lucky for You, Share Video for New Song: Watch


Bullys Alicia Bognanno

Bully’s Alicia Bognanno, photo by Sophia Matinazad

Bully Announce New Album Lucky for You, Share Video for New Song: Watch

Alex Ross Perry directed the visual for “Days Move Slow”

Bully, the grunge rock band led by Nashville-based musician Alicia Bognanno, have announced a new album: Lucky for You is due out June 2 via Sub Pop. Bognanno has also shared the lead single “Days Move Slow,” along with a music video directed by Alex Ross Perry, marking their third collaboration together. Check it out below.

“Days Move Slow” was written after Bognanno’s beloved dog Mezzi died, and serves as a reflection on the unending love of a pet. “As someone who has spent the majority of my life feeling agonizingly misunderstood, there is no greater gift than experiencing true unconditional love and acceptance,” said Bognanno. “I was a stranger to the level of love I now know exists because of Mezzi.”

Lucky for You follows Bully’s 2020 full-length, Sugaregg, and includes the Soccer Mommy collaboration “Lose You.” The new album was recorded at MMK Studios and Bognanno’s house, with JT Daly serving as producer.

In support of Lucky for You, Bully has extended her North American tour. The new dates include performances in Chicago, New York, Charlottesville, and Los Angeles, among other cities. Find a complete list of Bully’s tour dates after the jump.

Read about Bully’s dog Mezzi in Pitchfork’s feature “Rock’n’Roll Animals: Musicians Tell Us All About Their Pets.”

Lucky for You:

01 All I Do
02 Days Move Slow
03 A Wonderful Life
04 Hard to Love
05 Change Your Mind
06 How Will I Know
07 A Love Profound
08 Lose You [ft. Soccer Mommy]
09 Ms. America
10 All This Noise


04-15 North Charleston, SC – High Water Festival
05-20 Amsterdam, Netherlands – London Calling Paradiso
05-22 Manchester, England – Yes (Pink Room)
05-23 Bristol, England – Thekla
05-25 Birmingham, England – Dead Wax
05-26 London, England – Moth Club
05-27 Leeds, England – Live at Leeds in the Park
06-03 Lexington, KY – Railbird Festival
06-04 Charlottesville, VA – The Southern
06-06 New York, NY – Racket
06-08 Boston, MA – MGM Music Hall at Fenway *
06-09 Philadelphia, PA – The Met Philadelphia *
06-10 Washington, DC – The Anthem *
06-12 Columbus, OH – Kemba Live! *
06-13 Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE *
06-14 Cincinnati, OH – The Andrew J Brady Icon Music Center *
06-16 Raleigh, NC – Red Hat Amphitheater *
06-17 Asheville, NC – Rabbit Rabbit *
06-20 Atlanta, GA – Coca-Cola Roxy *
06-21 New Orleans, LA – The Fillmore *
06-23 Houston, TX – Bayou Music Center *
06-24 Dallas, TX – Southside Ballroom *
06-25 Austin, TX – Moody Amphitheater *
08-10 Chicago, IL – Thalia Hall
08-11 St. Louis, MO – Off Broadway
08-12 Lawrence, KS – Bottleneck
08-14 Denver, CO – Marquis Theatre
08-15 Salt Lake City, UT – Urban Lounge
08-16 Boise, ID – TBD
08-18 Seattle, WA – Neptune
08-19 Vancouver, British Columbia – Biltmore Cabaret
08-20 Portland, OR – Aladdin Theatre
08-22 San Francisco, CA – The Independent
08-23 Los Angeles, CA – Teragram Ballroom
08-24 Anaheim, CA – Chain Reaction
08-25 San Diego, CA – Soda Bar
08-26 Tucson, AZ – Club Congress
08-28 Santa Fe, NM – Meow Wolf
08-29 Oklahoma City, OK – Beer City Music Hall
08-31 Nashville, TN – Brooklyn Bowl
09-14 Davenport, IA – Raccoon Motel
09-15 Minneapolis, MN – First Ave
09-16 Milwaukee, WI – X-Ray Arcade
09-17 Detroit, MI – Loving Touch
09-19 Toronto, Ontario – Lee’s Palace
09-20 Albany, NY – Lark Hall
09-21 Boston, MA – Crystal Ballroom
09-22 Hamden, CT – Space Ballroom
09-23 Philadelphia, PA – First Unitarian
09-24 Washington, D.C. – Black Cat

* with Pixies and Franz Ferdinand

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