So far their are only five announced tour dates that will begin on December 14th and end on the 18th with a show on the 15th in Philly in the side chapel of the First Unitarian Church.
Philly just can’t get enough of Japanese Breakfast. The project of singer / guitarist / songwriter Michelle Zauner released its first full length album Psychopomp via Yellow K Records back in April. In the time since, the band toured with Mitski and hit us with video after video — all of which received glowing reviews from the likes of Rolling Stone and NPR.
Japanese Breakfast’s tourmate Eskimeaux also has a penchant for low-key melancholic pop. The project of Gabrielle Smith most recently released Year of the Rabbit, an LP carried by soaring melodies and raw emotion. To get a better feel for her music, check out the video for “Broken Neck” from her 2015 album O.K. Lyrics like “You were breaking your neck trying to keep your head up / I was breaking my neck just to stick it out for you” epitomize the Smith’s multi-layered and introspective approach to Eskimeaux.
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