Aldous Harding Returns With New Album ‘Warm Chris’ Out 3/25 – Shares First Single “Lawn”

Credit: ​​Emma Wallbanks

Today, Aldous Harding announces details of a new studio album, the follow-up to 2019’s acclaimed Designer. Warm Chris will be released on March 25and its first single “Lawn” is available now accompanied by visuals created by Aldous Harding and Martin Sagadin. 

For Warm Chris, the New Zealand musician reunited with producer John Parish, continuing a professional partnership that began in 2017 and has forged pivotal bodies of work (2017’s Party and the aforementioned Designer). All ten tracks were recorded at Rockfield Studios and includes contributions from H. Hawkline, Seb Rochford, Gavin Fitzjohn, John and Hopey Parish and Jason Williamson (Sleaford Mods).

Aldous Harding – Warm Chris

[ March 25 2022]

1. Ennui

2. Tick Tock

3. Fever

4. Warm Chris

5. Lawn

6. Passion Babe

7. She’ll Be Coming Round The Mountain

8. Staring At The Henry Moore

9. Bubbles

10. Leathery Whip

Warm Chris will be available digitally and on CD and black vinyl formats only. For further information and pre-order details head to aldousharding.ffm.to/warmchris

To coincide with the release of Warm Chris, Aldous Harding will head back on the road for Spring (UK & Europe) and Summer (North America) shows. A full list of dates is below. 

Aldous Harding 2022 Tour Dates

March 3 – BRUSSELS, BE, Cirque Royal

March 5 – UTRECHT, NL, Tivoli

March 6 – GRONINGEN, NL, Oosterpoort

March 7 – BERLIN, DE, Admiralspalast

March 9 – PARIS, FR, Le Trianon

March 11 – NANTES, FR, Le Lieu Unique

March 12 – LYON, FR, Epicerie Moderne

March 14 – MILAN, IT, Santeria Toscana 31

March 15 – ZURICH, CH, Bogen F

March 17 – PRAGUE, CZ, Palac Akropolis

March 18  – WARSAW, PL, Niebo

March 20 – COPENHAGEN, DK, Vega

March 22 – STOCKHOLM, SE, Berns

March 23 – OSLO, NO, Sentrum Scene

March 25 – GOTHENBURG, SE, Pustervik

March 27 – HAMBURG, DE, Mojo Club

March 28 – COLOGNE, DE, Burgerhaus Stollwerk

March 30 – LONDON, GB, Barbican

March 31– LONDON, GB, Barbican

April 1 – NORWICH, GB, The Waterfront

April 3 – GLASGOW, GB, City Halls

April 5 – DUBLIN, IE, National Concert Hall

April 7 – MANCHESTER, GB, Albert Hall

April 8 – BRIGHTON, GB, The Dome

April 10 – CARDIFF, GB, The Tramshed

April 11 – BRISTOL, GB, Trinity

April 12 – BRISTOL, GB, Trinity

June 3 – CHICAGO, IL, Thalia Hall

June 4 – DETROIT, MI, El Club

June 5 – TORONTO, ON, Danforth Music Hall

June 6 – MONTREAL, QC, Rialto Theatre

June 8 – CAMBRIDGE, MA, The Sinclair

June 9 – NEW YORK, NY, Webster Hall

June 10 – PHILADELPHIA, PA, Union Transfer

June 11 – WASHINGTON, DC, Miracle Theatre

June 13 – CARRBORO, NC, Cat’s Cradle

June 14 – ASHEVILLE, NC, The Orange Peel

June 15 – ATLANTA, GA, Terminal West

June 16 – BIRMINGHAM, AL, Saturn

June 19 – NEW ORLEANS, LA, Republic

June 20 – DALLAS, TX, Granada Theater

June 21 – AUSTIN, TX, Mohawk

June 23 – PHOENIX, AZ, Crescent Ballroom

June 24 – LOS ANGELES, CA, The Wiltern

June 25 – SAN FRANCISCO, CA, The Fillmore

June 27 – PORTLAND, OR, Crystal Ballroom

June 28 – SEATTLE, WA, Neptune Theatre

June 29 – BOISE, ID, Idaho Botanical Gardens, Live on the Lawn Series

July 1 – ENGLEWOOD, CO, Gothic Theatre

July 2 – LAWRENCE, KS, Granada Theatre

Photo Credit: ​​Emma Wallbanks

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