Sharon Van Etten Nabs the National's Aaron Dessner, Zach Condon, Julianna Barwick for New LP
Published Nov 09, 2011We began anticipating Sharon Van Etten's new LP back in the summer when the Brooklyn songstress announced that she had signed with Jagjaguwar to release a collection of songs produced by Aaron Dessner from the National. Sure enough, she has now confirmed the details of her third full-length, Tramp, due out February 7.
Dessner is hardly the only guest star on board here. Zach Condon of Beirut, Matt Barrick of the Walkmen, Jenn Wasner of Wye Oak, Julianna Barwick, and Thomas Bartlett of Doveman all appear.
Tramp was recorded at Dessner's own studio. See the 12-song tracklist below.
Once the album is out, Van Etten will promote the disc with a North American tour. This will include a leg with Shearwater, with whom she will hit up Toronto and Montreal in February. The month after, she'll team up with the War on Drugs for a West Coast leg that will bring her to Vancouver. Scroll past the tracklist to see the schedule.
2. "Give Out"
6. "In Line"
7. "All I Can"
8. "We Are Fine"
9. "Magic Chords"
11. "I'm Wrong"
12. "Joke or a Lie"
12/13 New York, NY - Beacon Theatre ^
2/10 Philadelphia, PA - Johnny Brenda's *
2/11 Washington, DC - Black Cat *
2/12 Carrboro, NC - Cat's Cradle *
2/14 Columbus, OH - Wexner Center *
2/15 Newport, KY - Southgate House *
2/17 Chicago, IL - Lincoln Hall *
2/18 Minneapolis, MN - Cedar Cultural Center *
2/21 Toronto, ON - Lee's Palace *
2/22 Montreal, QC - Il Motore *
2/23 Boston, MA - Paradise *
2/24 Brooklyn, NY - Music Hall of Williamsburg *
2/25 New York, NY - Bowery Ballroom *
3/20 Los Angeles, CA - The Avalon #
3/21 San Francisco, CA - The Independent #
3/23 Portland, OR - Aladdin Theater #
3/24 Vancouver, BC - Biltmore Cabaret #
3/25 Seattle, WA - The Neptune
3/27 Salt Lake City, UT - The State Room #
3/28 Denver, CO - Bluebird Theater #
3/31 St. Louis, MO - Luminary Center for the Arts #
4/1 Bloomington, IN - Rhino's #
^ with the National
* with Shearwater
# with the War on Drugs