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Marissa Nadler Announces Spring UK Shows, Shares Video For Said Goodbye To That Car

Thursday, 06 December 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Cara Robbins

Marissa Nadler has announced an extensive European tour for April including headline shows in London and Brighton.

The Boston-based folk musician will play Hackney's Oslo on April 15 followed by a performance at the Prince Albert the next day, with tickets on sale now, priced £12.00/£14.00 plus fees.

Nadler has also shared the entrancing black and white video for Said Goodbye To That Car, the final track on her eighth album, 'For My Crimes', which arrived in September via Sacred Bones and Bella Union. She added:

"It's a song about a car but the car is never shown in the video. Instead, snippets of memories associated with the time period in the song go through in a haze. Memories can be surreal and non - linear and more impressionistic than realistic. This video aims to capture that fleeting feeling of life's experiences being marked by certain vivid memories. Much of the footage was taken out of car windows."

Marissa Nadler Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Mon April 15 2019 - LONDON Oslo
Tue April 16 2019 - BRIGHTON Prince Albert

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