Luke Rathborne Releases New Single, Announces New Album

Luke-RathborneNew York City-based Luke Rathborne just released his brand new single, “Losing It,” from his upcoming album, AGAIN. The album, produced by Ted Young (Kurt Vile, Sonic Youth), is expected to drop in March of 2016 via his own label, True Believer.

Rathborne will also be headed on a co-headlining tour with Captured Track’s Alex Caldner across the USA this spring with UK dates to be announced (check out the list of American dates below!).

“Losing It” is a 70’s-esque single that is reminiscent of Prince in the falsetto vocal scheme of things. The track is melodic with high energy that will leave you shaking your hips and nodding your head. It’s a unique piece of indie pop that offers a confident new-wave edge, exploring the bounds of Rathborne’s creativity. Check it out below!

 

Luke Rathborne 2016 USA Tour:

3/8 Boston, MA – Great Scott *
3/9 NYC – Elvis Guesthouse *
3/10 Washington DC – DC9 *
3/12 Savannah – Savannah Stopover Festival
3/14 New Orleans – Gasa Gasa*
3/15 – 3/18 – SXSW TBA
3/21 Hot Springs AR – Valley of the Vapors Festival
3/24 El Paso, TX – Lowbrow Palace *
3/25 Phoenix, AZ – Valley Bar*
3/26 San Diego, CA – Hideout*
3/28 Fullerton, CA – Continental Room*
3/29 Los Angeles, CA – Club Bahia*
3/30 San Francisco, CA – The Rickshaw Stop*
4/1 Portland, OR – Mississppi Studios *
4/2 Seattle, WA – Barboza*
4/3 Vancouver, BC – Cobalt*
4/5 Salt Lake City – Kilby Court*
4/6 Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge*

* with Alex Caldner

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