Caribou Drops New Song, Tour Announcement Caribou Drops New Song, Tour Announcement
The electronica artist behind Caribou has returned to the scene for the first time in five years. Canadian composer Dan Snaith, the voice and... Caribou Drops New Song, Tour Announcement

The electronica artist behind Caribou has returned to the scene for the first time in five years.

Canadian composer Dan Snaith, the voice and mind behind Caribou, dropped a new single this week dubbed “Home,” his first work since 2014’s Our Love.

“I’m always listening to lots of music and sometimes a loop just jumps out at me — it’s too perfect,” Snaith stated in a press release. “That’s how it was with Gloria Barnes’ ‘Home’. I kept returning to it, meaning to do something with it but not knowing what. Sometimes making music feels like a process I’m in charge of… but there other times… things just present.”

Snaith also revealed that he’ll be hitting the road in 2020. The trek will kick-off on March 16, 2020 in Hamilton, Ontario. From there, he’ll visit Detroit, Washington, D.C., and Ottawa, hitting venues along the way like Chicago’s Rivera, Danforth in Toronto, the House of Blues in Boston and Philadelphia’s Union Transfer before wrapping-up at the Brooklyn Steel in New York City. From there, he’ll head overseas for a round of shows across Europe and the UK.

While there is no word of a new record at this time, Snaith is likely working on some new tunes. Caribou is best-known for tracks like “Odessa” from
2010’s Swim and “Hello Hammerheads” off of 2005’s The Milk of Human Kindness. Snaith gained massive attention with Our Love, garnering over 40 million streams with the lead single “Can’t Do Without Your Love.”

Check out Caribou’s full list of upcoming tour dates below.

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Caribou Tour Dates 2020

03/16 – Hamilton, ON @ The Studio
03/17 – Toronto, ON @ Danforth
03/20 – Chicago, IL @ Riviera
03/21 – Detroit, MI @ Saint Andrews Hall
03/22 – Ottawa, ON @ Bronson Centre
03/23 – Montreal, QC @ M Telus
03/24 – Boston, MA @ House of Blues
03/25 – Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
03/26 – Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
03/27 – Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel
03/30 – Brighton, UK @ The Dome
04/01 – Liverpool, UK @ Invisible Wind Factory
04/02 – Leeds, UK @ Stylus Academy
04/03 – Manchester, UK @ Victoria Warehouse
04/04 – Glasgow, UK @ Barrowland
04/05 – Birmingham, UK @ 02 Academy
04/06 – Bristol, UK @ 02 Academy
04/07 – London, UK @ Brixton 02 Academy
04/21 – Hamburg, DE @ Grosse Freiheit
04/22 – Leipzig, DE @ Werk 2
04/23 – Prague, CZ @ Forum Karlin
04/24 – Vienna, AT @ Gasometer
04/25 – Munich, DE @ Muffathalle
04/26 – Zurich, CH @ Kaufleuten
04/27 – Paris, FR @ Olympia
04/28 – Köln, DE @ Ewerk
04/29 – Utrecht, NL @ Tivoli Ronda
04/30 – Brussels, BE @ Nuits Botanique / Chapiteau – Botanique
07/11 – Dublin, IE @ Iveagh Gardens
08/15 – Berlin, DE @ Zitadelle (Caribou and Friends)

 

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