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Mitski Unveils Video For 'Be The Cowboy' Song Washing Machine Heart

Friday, 09 November 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Mitski has released a black and white visual for Washing Machine Heart.

The track features on her latest LP, 'Be The Cowboy', which arrived in August, while the clip was directed by Zia Anger, who previously directed Mitski's Geyser video as well as promos for Beach House, Angel Olsen, Zola Jesus, Jenny Hval, and more.

Mitski is currently supporting the follow up to 'Puberty 2' on the road in US.

Mitski Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat November 10 2018 - AUSTIN Texas - Emos (USA)
Sun November 11 2018 - DALLAS Texas - Trees (USA)
Tue November 13 2018 - NASHVILLE Tennessee - Basement East (USA)
Wed November 14 2018 - ATLANTA Georgia - Masquerade at Kenny's Alley (USA)
Fri November 16 2018 - WASHINGTON District of Columbia - 930 Club (USA)
Sat November 17 2018 - WASHINGTON District of Columbia - 930 Club (USA)
Sun November 18 2018 - PHILADELPHIA Pennsylvania - Union Transfer (USA)
Fri November 30 2018 - BROOKLYN New York - Brooklyn Steel (USA)
Sat December 01 2018 - BROOKLYN New York - Brooklyn Steel (USA)
Sun December 02 2018 - BROOKLYN New York - Brooklyn Steel (USA)
Mon December 03 2018 - BROOKLYN New York - Brooklyn Steel (USA)

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