TUNE-YARDS
WED 3RD SEPTEMBER

GHOST CULTURE – SOLD OUT
WED 3RD SEPTEMBER

TUNE-YARDS
THU 4TH SEPTEMBER

SIMIAN MOBILE DISCO
TUE 9TH SEPTEMBER

LIA ICES
WED 10TH SEPTEMBER

SINKANE – SOLD OUT
THU 11TH SEPTEMBER

SOHN
FRI 12TH SEPTEMBER

MAX JURY
MON 15TH SEPTEMBER

DUOLOGUE
WED 17TH SEPTEMBER

WOMAN’S HOUR
TUE 23RD SEPTEMBER

FEMME
WED 24TH SEPTEMBER

HAUSCHKA
THU 25TH SEPTEMBER

JAMES YORKSTON
THU 25TH SEPTEMBER

JAGAARA
THU 25TH SEPTEMBER

BLONDE REDHEAD
MON 29TH SEPTEMBER

JAGAARA
WED 1ST OCTOBER

THE VASELINES – SOLD OUT
WED 1ST OCTOBER

OUI LOVE – ANDREA BALENCY + NLF3
WED 1ST OCTOBER

SYLVAN ESSO – SOLD OUT
THU 2ND OCTOBER

SBTRKT
THU 2ND OCTOBER

THE HORRORS
SAT 4TH OCTOBER

OUTFIT
MON 6TH OCTOBER

CARIBOU – SOLD OUT
WED 8TH OCTOBER

VASHTI BUNYAN – SOLD OUT
WED 8TH OCTOBER

VASHTI BUNYAN – SOLD OUT
THU 9TH OCTOBER

MAX JURY
FRI 10TH OCTOBER

SUMMER GHOST
MON 13TH OCTOBER

ASTRONOMYY
TUE 14TH OCTOBER

LUNICE
THU 16TH OCTOBER

DEAFKID
THU 16TH OCTOBER

GHOST CULTURE
TUE 21ST OCTOBER

TELEMAN
WED 22ND OCTOBER

CLEAN BANDIT – SOLD OUT
WED 29TH OCTOBER

EYEDRESS
WED 29TH OCTOBER

JOHN WIZARDS
THU 30TH OCTOBER

CHVRCHES – LONDON
THU 30TH OCTOBER

THE DØ
MON 3RD NOVEMBER

CHVRCHES – MANCHESTER
THU 6TH NOVEMBER

THURSTON MOORE
FRI 7TH NOVEMBER

BEN WATT TRIO (FEAT. BERNARD BUTLER & MARTIN DITCHAM)
MON 10TH NOVEMBER

FRANCOIS & THE ATLAS MOUNTAINS (LES INROCKS PHILIPS FESTIVAL)
TUE 11TH NOVEMBER

BAXTER DURY – SOLD OUT
WED 12TH NOVEMBER

EAST INDIA YOUTH
THU 13TH NOVEMBER

WILDBIRDS & PEACEDRUMS
FRI 14TH NOVEMBER

JAMIE T – SOLD OUT
FRI 14TH NOVEMBER

JAMIE T
SAT 15TH NOVEMBER

2:54 -SOLD OUT
WED 19TH NOVEMBER

CHET FAKER
THU 20TH NOVEMBER

THE VOYEURS
THU 20TH NOVEMBER

SINKANE
MON 1ST DECEMBER

METRONOMY
FRI 5TH DECEMBER

KING CREOSOTE
TUE 3RD FEBRUARY

BAXTER DURY
TUE 24TH FEBRUARY

CARIBOU
SAT 14TH MARCH

WED 10TH, SEPTEMBER
Lia Ices + Special Guests
VENUE / BIRTHDAYS, 33-35 STOKE NEWINGTON ROAD LONDON N16 8BJ

TIME / 20:00
CALENDAR / ICAL
TICKET INFO / £7 ADVANCE
LINKS / WWW.LIAICES.COM
We are very excited to announce that Lia Ices will be playing a show at Dalston’s Birthdays on 10 September.
Lia Ices is very excited to reveal the video for her new single, Higher. Watch the video, premiering via Paper, here
“Higher” was shot in Jamaica by Storm Saulter with additional camera work by Bryan Ling and Andrew Mariani.   Ices herself directed the video.   Lia says, “The making of this album continuously took us out of our familiar world. During our time in Jamaica we found a levity and openness we tapped into  – an energy that is at the core of the song, and of this whole album.  We met the Jamaican film maker Storm Saulter and spent a couple days cruising/exploring with him and making this video. We just had fun.
“When you can be limitless with your experiences, give into other cultures, sounds, and people, the more you actually feel like yourself.” Higher is taken from Lia Ices’ new album, Ices, released on 15th September through Jagjaguwar.
To precede its release, Lia will head to the UK to headline a one-off show at Birthdays in London on Wednesday 10th September.
Tickets are on sale now through Seetickets.com and Songkick.com
Ices is the follow up to 2011′s Grown Unknown (Jagjaguwar) and her 2008 debut Necima (Rare Book Room Records).   It was recorded during a two year music and spiritual retreat with her “psychic twin brother” Eliot, which began in the Hudson Valley, New York and ended in California, while working in multiple studios along the way.  Lia explains the album’s creative process:
“Each song on Ices became a collage of times, places, and people. Most of them started in the Hudson Valley, where Eliot and I wrote and recorded vocals, guitars, synths, and beat ideas. We’d send those first incarnations to Clams Casino in New Jersey and then we’d meet up in Brooklyn to arrange the new parts together. We worked in the penthouse of the Wythe Hotel – a floating glass box , a blank slate. We’d set up our computer, mixing speakers, midi keyboards, and all our weird gear, plus thai food and red wine. We’d bring up one of our demos and we’d sit behind the midi keyboard and sift through sounds and ideas and beats and find new things together.
“After the Wythe Sessions (in Brooklyn) we took different tracks to Woodstock and Los Angeles to layer in live drums and percussion, and I went to Atlanta to record final vocals. For the first time, Lia Ices felt like an inclusive project with its own identity, not just a name.”

Tickets are on sale here.