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Julia Holter Shares New Song Words I Heard Ahead Of 'Aviary' Release

Wednesday, 17 October 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Julia Holter has shared a second song from her forthcoming album.

With the release of 'Aviary' approaching, Words I Heard arrives accompanied by a video directed by Dicky Bahto, a frequent collaborator of Holter's who also made the video for I Shall Love 2. Bahto says of the video: 

"When Julia told me that the title of her album was inspired by Etel Adnan, one of my favorite writers, I felt that I had to make a film for one of the songs on Mount Tamalpais, a recurring subject in both Adnan's visual art and her writing. I filmed on a few hikes down the Dipsea trail, and in the last section of the song combine this with footage made during the studio sessions of the album."

The studio follow up to 2015's 'Have You in My Wilderness' is out on October via Domino Records. Holter will tour extensively in support of the release, heading to the UK and Ireland in December as part of her European tour. She also has North American dates lined up in 2019.

Julia Holter Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon November 26 2018 - AMSTERDAM Paradiso Noord (Netherlands)
Tue November 27 2018 - BOCHUM Schauspiel (Germany)
Wed November 28 2018 - ANTWERP De Roma (Belgium)
Fri November 30 2018 - BERLIN Funkhaus (Germany)
Sat December 01 2018 - HAMBURG Elbphilharmonie (Germany)
Sun December 02 2018 - FRANKFURT Brotfabrik (Germany)
Mon December 03 2018 - MUNICH Kammerspiele (Germany)
Wed December 05 2018 - PARIS Petit Bain (France)
Thu December 06 2018 - MANCHESTER Gorilla (United Kingdom)
Fri December 07 2018 - BRISTOL Fiddlers Club (United Kingdom)
Sat December 08 2018 - DUBLIN Button Factory (United Kingdom)
Mon December 10 2018 - EDINBURGH Summerhall (United Kingdom)
Tue December 11 2018 - LEEDS Howard Assembly Rooms (United Kingdom)
Wed December 12 2018 - LONDON EartH - Hackney Arts Centre (United Kingdom)
Tue February 19 2019 - WASHINGTON District Of Columbia - U Street Music Hall (USA)
Wed February 20 2019 - PHILADELPHIA Pennsylvania - Underground Arts (USA)
Fri February 22 2019 - BROOKLYN New York - Warsaw (USA)
Sat February 23 2019 - ALLSTON Massachusetts - Brighton Music Hall (USA)
Sun February 24 2019 - MONTREAL Quebec - La Sala Rossa (Canada)
Tue February 26 2019 - TORONTO Ontario - Great Hall Toronto (Canada)
Wed February 27 2019 - DETROIT Michigan - El Club (USA)
Thu February 28 2019 - CHICAGO Illinois - Thalia Hall (USA)
Fri March 01 2019 - SAINT PAUL Minnesota - Turf Club (USA)
Mon March 04 2019 - VANCOUVER - Imperial Vancouver (Canada)
Tue March 05 2019 - PORTLAND Oregon - Doug Fir Lounge (USA)
Wed March 06 2019 - SEATTLE Washington - Neumos (USA)
Fri March 08 2019 - SAN FRANCISCO California - Great American Music Hall (USA)
Sat March 09 2019 - LOS ANGELES California - Lodge Room Highland Park (USA)

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