Watch the video for Waxahatchee’s glorious new song “Silver”

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Waxahatchee | photo courtesy of the artist
Waxahatchee | photo courtesy of the artist

Word got out a little early yesterday, but today we have official confirmation: the new album from Waxahatchee is indeed called Out in the Storm, it is indeed coming out July 14th on Merge Records, and the first single is a glorious rocker called “Sliver.”

Built around arcs of guitar riffs and layers of vocal harmonies set to a racing beat, it’s an anthem that is powerful in its abstraction. Says frontwoman Katie Crutchfield in a press statement: “It’s about self-examination and the different shapes that takes, good and bad. I wanted it to be abstract and poetic, but I also wanted to align it with the other songs on the album, since they’re all so connected lyrically.”

The album was recorded with John Agnello at Miner Street Recording in Philadelphia and features Katie’s sister Allison Crutchfield on keyboards and percussion, Katherine Simonetti on bass, and Ashley Arnwine on drums; with lead guitar contributions of Sleater-Kinney’s touring guitarist Katie Harkin.

Along with the album, Waxahatchee announced a run of U.S. and European tour dates, including a series of solo and duo shows opening for The New Pornographers including a stop here in Philly at Union Transfer on April 27th. Get information on the Philly show at the XPN Concert Calendar and watch the video for “Silver” below.

Tour Dates
Apr 18 Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue *
Apr 19 Chicago, IL – Metro *
Apr 20 Milwaukee, WI – Pabst Theater *
Apr 21 Chicago, IL – Metro *
Apr 22 Columbus, OH – Newport Music Hall *
Apr 25 Boston, MA – House of Blues *
Apr 26 New York, NY – Terminal 5 *
Apr 27 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer *
Apr 28 Washington, DC – 9:30 Club *
Apr 29 Washington, DC – 9:30 Club *
Apr 30 Harrisonburg, VA – The Golden Pony ^
May 01 Raleigh, NC – The Ritz *
May 02 Atlanta, GA – Variety Playhouse *
May 03 New Orleans, LA – Tipitina’s *
May 04 Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall *
May 05 Dallas, TX – Granada Theater *
May 06 Austin, TX – Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheatre *
May 22 New York, NY – Vulture Festival panel with Allison Crutchfield
Jun 21-25 Calgary, AB – Sled Island
Sep 01 Gdansk, PL – Soundrive Festival
Sep 03 North Dorset, UK – End of the Road Festival
Sep 04 London, UK – The Garage
Sep 05 Manchester, UK – The Deaf Institute
Sep 06 Leeds, UK – Brudenell Social Club
Sep 07 Brighton, UK – Komedia
Sep 08 Heer, BE – Deep in the Woods
Sep 11 Paris, FR – Le Batofar
Sep 12 Lyon, FR – Le Periscope
Sep 13 Düdingen, CH – Bad Bonn
Sep 14 Zürich, CH – Rote Fabrik
Sep 15 Capri, IT – Mattatoio
Sep 16 Milano, IT – Biko
Sep 17 Munich, DE – Milla
Sep 18 Ljubljana, SI – Gala Hala
Sep 19 Vienna, AT – Arena
Sep 20 Prague, CZ – Klub 007
Sep 22 Schorndorf, DE – Manufaktur
Sep 23 Hamburg, DE – Reeperbahn Festival
Sep 24 Lund, SE – Mejerit
Sep 25 Göteborg, SE – Pustervik
Sep 26 Stockholm, SE – Obaren
Sep 27 Copenhagen, DK – Vega
Sep 28 Berlin, DE – Musik & Frieden
Sep 29 Groningen, NL – Vera
Oct 01 Amsterdam, NL – Bitterzoet
* duo performance, w/ The New Pornographers
^ duo performance

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