Emily Jane White’s Alluvion Arrives March 25; “Show Me The War” Song

EMILY JANE WHITE’S NEW ALBUM, ALLUVION,

ARRIVES MARCH 25 VIA TALITRES

PRE-ORDERS: https://bit.ly/alluvionbc and https://bit.ly/alluviontal

WATCH THE VIDEO FOR “SHOW ME THE WAR” NOW

 Emily Jane White, the intriguing Northern California-based songwriter who Pitchfork noted for her ability to pair her “wispy and sweet” vocals with “world-weary” introspection and Brooklyn Vegan has championed for her “gothy, ethereal folk” releases Alluvion on March 25 via Talitres.

“’Show Me the War’ calls attention to the convergence of misogyny and racialized violence as a pervasive worldwide epidemic,” explains White. “During the summer of 2020 in Oakland, California, I wrote this song in response to the many political uprisings sparked by the murder of George Floyd. ‘Show Me the War’ also highlights more global examples of injustice like femicide in Juarez, Mexico and the near-total abortion ban in Poland. By grieving the many losses resulting from social and ecological injustice, we shed light on these unacceptable epidemics and those deeply affected by them, further enabling change.”

News of the Alluvion’s forthcoming arrival is paired with today’s release of “Show Me The War” and its accompanying, Bobby Cochran-directed video (https://youtu.be/ENrsd0YjjBs). The black and white clip filmed in Oakland features local teen dancers Satya Zamudio, Olivia Wenzler, Dinah Cobb, Kalia Morales, and Lina Santos, displays bold Gen Z women powerfully claiming public spaces with their art form, touching the sacredness of nature, while also contending with current social justice issues and the climate crisis.

Rooted in a moment of catastrophe, Alluvion is an album about personal and collective grief resulting from the loss of human life and the continued loss of our natural world. We live in a moment of merging traumas, of converging environmental, social, and political crises. These crises are exacerbated by our lack of cultural practices for individual and also shared, public grieving–which is not without consequence. Emily’s album offers a space to consider where grieving is absent in our world, and where it is deeply necessary. Grief moves in waves and cycles, and through its flood we can build anew. Alluvion: the gradual addition to the land by the wash of water against a shore.

Alluvion was produced by and arranged by multi-instrumentalist Anton Patzner (Foxtails Brigade, Bright Eyes) and mixed by Alex DeGroot (Zola Jesus).

Alluvion track list:

Show Me The War
Crepuscule
Heresy (feat. Darkher)
Poisoned
Body Against the Gun
The Hands Above Me
Mute Swan
Hold Them Alive
Hollow Hearth
I Spent the Years Frozen
Battle Call

Album pre-orders are available now, with the collection available on vinyl, CD and digitally, via the Talitres shop (https://bit.ly/alluviontal), Bandcamp (https://bit.ly/alluvionbc), and various DSPs (https://bit.ly/alluviondig).

Tour dates:

July 26 Montreal, QC Le National

July 28 Somerville, MA The Sinclair

July 29 New York, NY Le Poisson Rouge

July 30 Silver Spring, MD The Fillmore

August 1 Chicago, IL Thalia Hall

August 2 Minneapolis, MN Cedar Cultural Center

August 5 Boulder, CO The Fox Theatre

August 7 Portland, OR The Old Church

August 8 Vancouver, BC The Rickshaw

August 9 Seattle, WA The Crocodile

August 11 San Francisco, CA The Chapel

August 13 Los Angeles, CA The El Rey Theatre

Photo credit: Kristin Cofer

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