​Basia Bulat Asks 'Are You in Love?' on New Album Produced by Jim James

Stream the first single "Your Girl" and see her upcoming tour dates

BY Sarah MurphyPublished Nov 19, 2019

Basia Bulat will return with a new album in 2020. The record is titled Are You in Love? and it's due out on March 27 via Secret City Records.
The album marks the follow-up to 2016's Good Advice, and like the previous record, it was produced by My Morning Jacket's Jim James.
The album artwork features a painting of Bulat by Kris Knight, and it is pictured above.
The full tracklisting is available down below, and the first track to arrive from the forthcoming LP is "Your Girl."
"I wrote 'Your Girl' during a snowstorm in Montreal and recorded it under the warm desert sun in Joshua Tree," Bulat said in a statement. "Someone once told me you can't sing and cry at the same time but that wasn't true for me when we were recording this one. There's joy in finally being free from a painful situation, relief, laughter — even as it feels impossible to ever forget the pain or understand why that storm came through your life the way it did. And so, light on your feet, you dance with the memory instead. If you're listening to this song and understand what I mean, know that I'm singing with you as we're dancing in that swirling wind."
The song is accompanied by a music video, which you can stream below.
Bulat has also mapped out tour dates in support of the upcoming record. See those below, as well.
Are You in Love? is available for pre-order.
Are You in Love?:
1. Are You in Love?
2. Electric Roses
3. Your Girl
4. Light Years
5. Homesick
6. Hall Of Mirrors
7. I Believe It Now
8. No Control
9. Pale Blue
10. Already Forgiven
11. The Last Time
12. Fables
13. Love Is at the End of the World
Tour dates:
12/13 Ottawa, ON - National Arts Centre
12/14 Ottawa, ON - National Arts Centre
12/28 -01/01 Woodford, Qld - Woodford Festival
01/02-03 Sydney, Australia - LOW 302
01/04 Melbourne, Australia - Welsley Anne
01/05 Melbourne, Australia - Esplanade Hotel
03/18-22 Austin, TX - SXSW
04/01 Madison, WI - High Noon Salon
04/02 Minneapolis, MN - Cedar Cultural Center
04/03 Milwaukee, WI - The Back Room at Collectivo
04/04 Chicago, IL - Lincoln Hall
04/06 Louisville, KY - Zanzabar
04/07 Nashville, TN - The High Watt 
04/09 Washington, DC - Union Stage
04/10 Brooklyn, NY - Music Hall of Williamsburg
04/11 Philadelphia, PA - Johnny Brenda's
04/13 Cambridge, MA - The Sinclair
04/16 Moncton, NB-  Central United Church
04/17 Charlottetown, NS - Confederation Centre of the Arts
04/18 Halifax, NS - St Matthews Church
04/19 Fredericton, NB - Wilmot United Church
04/23 Quebec City, QC - Palais Montcalm
04/24 Montreal, QC - Theatre Fairmount
04/26 Burnstown, ON - Neat Coffee Shop
04/28 Peterborough, ON - Market Hall Performing Arts Centre
04/29 London, ON - Aeolian Hall
04/30 Toronto, ON - Danforth Music Hall
05/01 Guelph, ON - Royal City Mission
05/02 Waterford, ON - Waterford Old Town Hall
05/05 Winnipeg, MB -  West End Cultural Centre
05/06 Saskatoon, SK - Broadway Theatre
05/07 Edmonton, AB - Station on Jasper
05/08 Calgary, AB - Knox United Church
05/10 Kamloops, BC - Sagebrush Theatre
05/11 Vancouver, BC - Commodore Ballroom
05/12 Victoria, BC - Capital Ballroom
05/14 Seattle, WA - Sunset Tavern
05/15 Portland, OR - Doug Fir Lounge
05/17 San Francisco, CA - The Chapel
05/18 Los Angeles, CA - Largo at the Coronet

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