Holly Herndon – US / EU Spring / Summer Tour Dates


holly herndon shares a run of tour dates following last month’s new album announcement. including headline shows in New York and London in June, as well as festival appearances across Europe and the US, these shows lead up to and follow the release of Platform on May 18th / 19th. Tickets for all shows are now on sale.

May 1 – Den Haag, NL – Rewire
May 2 – Krems, Austria – Donau Festival
May 23 – Arcosanti, AZ – FORM Festival
June 1 – Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall
June 2 – Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brenda’s
June 3 – Washington, DC – DC9
June 4 – Brooklyn, NY – The Wick
June 10 – London, UK – XOYO
June 11 – Berlin, DE – Berghain – w/ AGF, Amnesia Scanner, Claire Tolan
June 13 – Birmingham, UK – Supersonic
June 20 – Barcelona, ES – Sonar
June 26 – Milan, IT – S/V/N @ Fabbrica del Vapore
June 27 – Paris, FR – Badaboum
June 28 – Toulouse, FR – Les Siestes Electronique
July 3 – Fribourg, CH – Bellouard Festival
July 4 – Foligno, IT – Dancity Festival
July 11 – Viseu, PT – Jardins Efemeros
August 14 – Oslo, NO – Øya Festival
August 20 – Hamburg, DE – International Summer Fest @ Kampnagel

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Holly Herndon – “Interference” – New Album Platform Available May 18 / 19


holly herndon’s new album, Platform, will be available on may 18 / 19. watch & listen to the Metahaven directed video for the new single, “Interference,” below:

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Holly Herndon & Mat Dryhurst – Recruit

Holly Herndon - Recruit - Cover

Holly Herndon and Mat Dryhurst collaborate on Recruit, a new piece commissioned by Cottweiler for the London-based clothing brand’s presentation of their Autumn / Winter 2015 line at the Alison Jacques Gallery.

Recruit is a transition between environments. We answer a call, and travel to a dusty landscape where alarms, cicadas and voices swarm ominously in the wind. Improvised machinery recoils and reassembles. Wires emerge from the earth. What intelligence brought us here? What did we sign up for?”

Dryhurst’s words offer a glimpse into the duo’s inspiration behind Recruit beyond the context of Cottweiler’s seasonal installation, while intimating the connection between this, 2014’s “Chorus” and “Home” and what is set to arrive imminently.

Download “Recruit” at Bandcamp.