The Weather Station Returns with New Album
She's also shared the new song "Thirty" and mapped out some fall tour dates
Published Jul 18, 2017Two years removed from delivering her Loyalty LP, the Weather Station (a.k.a. Tamara Lindeman) has lifted the curtain on a new self-titled effort, set to arrive October 6 through Paradise of Bachelors/Outside Music.
Eleven tracks in length, The Weather Station is said to be "a work of urgency, generosity and joy" that finds Lindeman reinventing her songwriting "with a vital new energy, framing her prose-poem narratives in bolder musical settings."
"I wanted to make a rock and roll record," Lindeman explained in a statement, "but one that sounded how I wanted it to sound, which of course is nothing like rock'n'roll."
A taste of what's to come sonically can be heard with "Thirty" in the player below.
Lindeman has also mapped out a string of tour dates in support of the record. Following some summer dates in Canada and the United States, she'll tour Europe in October before returning to her home continent in November.
Read through the tour itinerary and tracklist for The Weather Station to hear "Thirty" in the player below.
The Weather Station:
3. You And I (on the Other Side of the World)
4. Kept It All to Myself
8. Black Flies
9. I Don't Know What to Say
10. In an Hour
11. The Most Dangerous Thing About You
07/23 Field, ON - River and Sky Festival
07/26 Brooklyn, NY - Union Pool
08/18 Grand Manan, NB - Summer's End Folk Festival
10/20 Gent, BE - Trefpunt
10/21 Utrecht, NE - Ramblin' Roots Festival
10/23 London, UK - The Lexington
10/24 Manchester, UK - Eagle Inn
10/26 Amsterdam, NE - Tolhuistuin
10/27 Paris, FR - Pop Up Du Label
10/29 Berlin, DE - Monarch
11/01 Los Angeles, CA - Bootleg
11/02 San Francisco, CA - Café Du Nord
11/05 Portland, OR - Mississippi Studios
11/06 Seattle, WA - Sunset
11/08 Vancouver, BC - Fox Theatre
11/24 Toronto, ON - The Great Hall
11/28 New York, NY - Rough Trade
11/29 Philadelphia, PA - Boot & Saddle
12/02 Chicago, IL - The Hideout
12/06 Montreal, QC - Divan Orange
* with Marlon Williams, Julia Jacklin & Joshua Hedley