CocoRosie's Bianca Casady Announces Album as Bianca Casady & the C.i.A

CocoRosie's Bianca Casady Announces Album as Bianca Casady & the C.i.A
Though CocoRosie just issued their Heartache City in September, the sister duo's Bianca Casady is now ready to unveil a project of her own. An album is forthcoming from her new endeavour, Bianca Casady & the C.i.A.

A press release has Casady noting that her new collective, whose acronym apparently stands for "Cult International Alliance," is letting her experiment with a different side of her musicality than her longtime gig with CocoRosie.

As she explains: "I often played the dark side of CocoRosie. And now I don't have to worry about being too dark, too scary, too weird."

An album called Oscar Hocks will be delivered next year via FANTASYmusic/Atlas Chair, though she will be previewing the material later this fall a live theatre project called "Porno Thietor." The audio-visual experience has apparently been on the back burner since 1994.

Helping Casady out onstage will be dancer Bino Sauitzvy, as the "Handless Maiden," while Corentin Leven will provide set and stage design.

On the musical side of things, the C.i.A includes Lærke Grøntved, Michal Skoda, Takuya Nakamura, Doug Wieselman and "a kid we picked up in Prague" on drums.

You'll find the project's "Poor Deal" and their press statement down below.

Tour dates:

11/06 Reykjavik, Iceland - Iceland Airwaves Music Festival
11/07 Copenhagen, Denmark - Koncerthuset
11/09 Berlin, Germany - Heimathafen
11/10 Leipzig, Germany - UT Connewitz
11/12 Groningen, Netherlands - Vera
11/13 Brussels, Belgium - Botanique Orangerie
11/14 Den Haag, Netherlands - Crossing Border Festival
11/15 Frankfurt, Germany - Mousonturm
11/16 Amsterdam, Netherlands - Paradiso Noord
11/17 Köln, Germany - Kulturkirche Köln
11/18 München, Germany - Kammerspiele
11/19 Wien, Austria - Brut
11/21 Bern, Switzerland - Dampfzentrale
11/23 Milano, Italy - Bellezza
11/24 Roma, Italy - Teatro Studio
11/25 Bologna, Italy - Locomotive
11/26 Firenze, Italy - Viper
11/28 Marseille, France - Espace Julien
11/30 Paris, France - L'Alhambra
12/01 Brighton, England - Corn Exchange
12/02 Bristol, England - The Lantern
12/03 London, England - ATP Pop-Up Venue