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Big Thief have announced brand new album ‘Two Hands’, due out for release on 11 October 2019.

The Brooklyn-based indie rockers have also confirmed that they will be heading out on tour in spring next year as well as playing an intimate London show at Bush Hall on 19 August 2019 – tickets for London show on sale Friday (16 August) at 10am from See Tickets

‘Two Hands’ – “the earth twin” – is the sister album to Big Thief’s contrasting third studio release ‘U.F.O.F’ – “the celestial twin”. The songs featured on ‘Two Hands’ were recorded live with almost no overdubs, with all but two tracks featuring entirely live vocal takes.

LISTEN TO LEAD SINGLE ‘NOT’ HERE:

Band frontman Adrianne commented, “Two Hands has the songs that I’m the most proud of; I can imagine myself singing them when I’m old. Musically and lyrically, you can’t break it down much further than this. It’s already bare-bones.”

Check out Big Thief 2020 UK tour dates + on sale links below:

London Bush Hall, 19 Aug
London Eventim Apollo, 27 Feb (Already on sale)
Nottingham Rock City, 29
Manchester Albert Hall, 01 March
Glasgow The Old Fruit Market, 02

Tickets on sale Wednesday (14 August) at 10am from Gigantic Eventim AXS Ticketmaster Ticketweb See Tickets

Big Thief is lead vocalist Adrianne Lenker, guitarist Buck Meek, bassist Max Oleartchik, and drummer James Krivchenia.

‘Two Hands’ Full Tracklisting:

Rock And Sing
Forgotten Eyes
The Toy
Two Hands
Those Girls
Shoulders
Not
Wolf
Replaced
Cut My Hair

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