Lola Marsh are pleased to reveal details of their forthcoming album Someday Tomorrow Maybe, out January 24th 2020. The latest song to be teased from the album is What Am I, of which the band drop a new video edited by lead vocalist Yael. Touching, euphoric and mesmerizing, this new video showcases footage from the band’s extensive global touring from the past four years all set to the warm melody of the song. Lola Marsh have also just announced US dates in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Tour dates can be found here.
What am I is one of the first songs we wrote, way back in 2011 when Lola Marsh was just getting started. Over the years we have collected precious, behind the scenes moments, from our life on tour.
Yaeli edited this lyric video using short clips we all took with our phones, trying to freeze moments in time – Lola Marsh
The track follows up latest single Only For A Moment, a campaign on which they hit the European tour circuit including sold out shows in London, Vienna & Brussels.
Lola Marsh are vocalist Yael Shoshana Cohen and multi-instrumentalist & producer Gil Landau. The duo create music that combine clever lyrics with deep warm harmonies. Together with their 5-piece live band, they first made waves at Primavera Sound in 2014, following which the duo immediate gained industry attraction. Their debut single Sirens received a million streams, with Sophomore single You’re Mine smashing 8 million. It wasn’t long till the band graced the stages on the festival circuit including Primavera Sound, Exit and Pukkelpop, as well as intensively touring Europe. Following their breakthrough success, their debut album Remember Roses was released in June 2017 (Anova Music / Universal Music Group). The leading single Wishing Girl’ became a fan favorite. The band have made a big impact internationally; featuring in leading publications, gaining positive reviews, climbing to the top of Spotify’s most viral charts, and receiving millions of streams that are growing by the day. Their popularity crossed over to Hollywood and they co-wrote a song for the film “Criminal”, and were featured in the hit TV series “Better Call Saul”.
January 16 – Paloma, Nimes, France (Cocoon support)
January 18 – FM4 Birthday Party, Vienna, Austria
January 22 – Trianon, Paris, France (Cocoon support)
February 8 – Rough Trade, New York, USA
February 10 – Rickshaw, San Francisco, USA
February 12 – Resident, Los Angeles, USA
February 28 – Spielboden, Dornbin, Austria
February 29 – Mascotte, Zurich, Switzerland
March 3 – Rockhouse, Salzburg, Austria
March 4 – Dom, Graz, Austria
March 5 – Kino Siska, Ljubljana, Slovenia
March 6 – Akvarium, Budapest, Hungary
March 7 – Tabacka Kulturfabrik, Kosice, Slovakia
March 8 – City Theatre, Zilina, Slovakia
March 12 – Refinery Gallery, Bratislava, Slovakia
March 13 – Piano Club, Trenčín, Slovakia
March 14 – Palac Akropolis, Prague, Czech
March 16 – Bi Nuu, Berlin, Germany
March 17 – Nochtspeicher, Hamburg, Germany
March 18 – Artheater, Koln, Germany
March 19 – Café de la Danse, Paris, France
March 25 – Café Berlín, Madrid, Spain
March 26 – Sala Razzmataa 3, Barcelona, Spain
March 27 – Ski Deal, Alpes d’Huez, France
March 28 – Ego Festival, Munich, Germany
Someday Tomorrow Maybe, the new LP by Lola Marsh is out January 24th 2020.