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SJM Presents: The Japanese House with Isaac Gracie

Thursday, February 25, 2016
Dingwalls, Camden, London
7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
£10.00
14+

ANNOUNCES NEW UK HEADLINE TOUR FOR FEBRUARY 2016.

Support:Isaac Gracie

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NEW CLEAN EP OUT NOW ON DIRTY HIT RECORDS

LISTEN HERE / WATCH HERE

Following the release of her acclaimed new EP, Clean, through Dirty Hit Records (Wolf Alice, The 1975, Marika Hackman) this November, Londoner The Japanese House – a.k.a 20 year-old Amber Bain – is today announcing a new U.K headline tour for February next year.

Starting in Manchester on the 18th February and taking in a homecoming show at London’s Dingwalls on the 25th, the new set of dates will be Bain’s second headline tour; following her sold-out debut tour in October this year.

Recorded during the summer of 2015 with George Daniel and Matthew Healy, Bain’s second ever release sees her build on from her debut EP, Pools To Bathe In; continuing to add flickered rhythmic guitar to brooding, melancholic electronica whilst pushing the parameters of alt-pop with her luscious, hazy and engulfing sound.

Tickets for her 2016 tour be on sale from Wednesday 18th November at 9am and will provide another chance to see this fascinating new artist in an intimate, live environment for what will no doubt be a break through 2016.

For tickets and more information please visit thejapanesehouse.co.uk/live

Clean EP out now digitally and on limited edition vinyl through Dirty Hit Records.
iTunes – http://po.st/Clean / Vinyl – http://po.st/Clean12

See The Japanese House at the following dates:

18/02/16 – Manchester, Deaf Institute
19/02/16 – Sheffield, Leadmill
20/02/16 – Newcastle, Academy 2
21/02/16 – Glasgow, King Tuts
24/02/16 – Leicester, The Cookie
25/02/16 – London, Dingwalls
26/02/16 – Bristol, Exchange
27/02/16 – Brighton, The Haunt

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“soothing, and at times androgynous, pop..recalling artists such as Jeff Buckley and Imogen Heap with her heavily layered, heartfelt tracks.” – Noisey

“bit-by-bit establishing herself as a pop force like no other..Give Bain a standard set of tools and she’ll manage to make something strange” – DIY

“A rather lovely debut” – The Guardian