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Amanda Palmer Details Third LP 'There Will Be No Intermission', Shares New Single Drowning In Sound

Tuesday, 11 December 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Kahn & Selesnick

Amanda Palmer has announced her first solo album in more than six years.

The Dresden Dolls singer and pianist's third solo LP, 'There Will Be No Intermission', is set to arrive on March 8, which is International Women’s Day.

Recorded over a single month in Los Angeles with John Congleton, who previoulsy engineered and produced 2012's 'Theatre Is Evil', the LP was entirely crowd-funded. Speaking about the 10 songs contained on the album, Palmer said:

"Most of these songs were exercises in survival. This isn’t really the record that I was planning to make. But loss and death kept happening in real-time, and these songs became my therapeutic arsenal of tools for making sense of it all.

I've never been nervous about releasing a record before, but this one is different. The rise of global fascism alongside the spreading fire of #MeToo has forged a louder megaphone for all women, and we’re all seeing that radical truth is infectious. I feel more urgency than ever to share the naked truth of my experiences. The kind of stories that I’m sharing on this record - abortion, miscarriage, cancer, grief, the darker sides of parenthood - have been therapeutic and frightening to write. But every time I play them for my friends and fans, the nodding heads of empathy have lit a fire under my ass to record and release them."

Palmer has also shared the album's first single, Drowning in the Sound, also written using crowd-sourced comments from Palmer's blog and exploring hidden connections between political unrest, the impending uncertainty of Hurricane Harvey, climate change, the solar eclipse, internet hate and Taylor Swift. Stream the track and view the album's cover art and tracklist, below.

Lastly, to accompany the album, Palmer has collaborated with art team Kahn and Selesnick to create and independently release a book of over 50 theatrical photographic portraits taken in and around Palmer’s New York home. The portfolio—also titled 'There Will Be No Intermission'—will be available exclusively in hardback as well as in a softcover edition at her forthcoming world tour, set to circle theaters around the globe beginning in North America in March 2019.

'There Will Be No Intermission'

1. All The Things
2. The Ride
3. Congratulations
4. Drowning in the Sound
5. Hold On Tight
6. The Thing About Things
7. Life’s Such a Bitch Isn’t It
8. Judy Blume
9. Feeding the Dark
10. Bigger on the Inside
11. There Will Be No Intermission
12. Machete
13. You Know the Statistics
14. Voicemail for Jill
15. You’d Think I’d Shot Their Children
16. A Mother’s Confession
17. They’re Saying Not to Panic
18. Look Mummy, No Hands
19. Intermission is Relative
20. Death Thing

Amanda Palmer Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu March 21 2019 - DETROIT Michigan - Cathedral at the Masonic Temple (USA)
Fri March 22 2019 - TORONTO Ontario - Queen Elizabeth Theatre (Canada)
Sat March 23 2019 - MONTREAL Quebec - Ludger-Duverney Theatre at Monument National (Canada)
Fri April 05 2019 - WASHINGTON District of Columbia - National Theatre (USA)
Sat April 06 2019 - PHILADELPHIA Pennsylvania - Temple Performing Arts Center (USA)
Fri April 12 2019 - CHICAGO Illinois - Chicago Theatre (USA)
Sat April 13 2019 - SAINT PAUL Minnesota - O’Shaughnessy at St Catherine University (USA)
Fri April 19 2019 - BOSTON Massachusetts - Orpheum Theatre (USA)
Sat April 20 2019 - NEW YORK New York - Beacon Theatre (USA)
Fri May 10 2019 - SAN FRANCISCO California - Warfield (USA)
Sat May 11 2019 - LOS ANGELES California - Theatre at Ace Hotel (USA)
Fri May 17 2019 - ATLANTA Georgia - Cobb Energy Centre (USA)
Sat May 18 2019 - NASHVILLE Tennessee - Ryman Auditorium (USA)
Thu May 30 2019 - ST LOUIS Missouri - Pagenat (USA)
Fri May 31 2019 - KANSAS CITY Missouri - Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland (USA)
Sat June 01 2019 - DENVER Colorado - Paramount Theatre (USA)
Thu June 06 2019 - VANCOUVER British Columbia - Chan Centre For The Performing Arts (Canada)
Fri June 07 2019 - SEATTLE Washington - Paramount Theatre (USA)
Sat June 08 2019 - PORTLAND Oregon - Crystal Ballroom (USA)

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