Earlimart To Tour w/Wedding Present


Gearing up for a long tour we hope will keep
going and going….


By Blurt Staff


With Hymn And Her notching critical kudos and
charming the pants off of indiepop fans everywhere, Earlimart’s now buckling
down with the business of touring. They’ve just been added to the west coast
leg of the Wedding Present tour for a string of high profile gigs:


September 18 – San Diego, CA
@ Casbah

September 19 – Los Angeles, CA
@ Troubadour

September 21 – San Francisco, CA @ Great American
Music Hall

September 23 – Eugene, OR
@ John Henrys

September 24 – Seattle, WA
@ Neumos

September 25 – Portland, OR
@ Doug Fir Lounge

September 26 – Vancouver, Canada
@ Media Club





How good is Hymn And Her? Here’s what BLURT had to



“It’s hard to imagine it’s much fun
writing pessimistic soft pop about being sort of miserable and maybe a little
angry. (Even after you add strings and horns and stuff.) And there’s no
guarantee that Earlimart’s Aaron Espinoza and Ariana Murray actually like it.
There is, however, no doubt that they’ve gotten incredibly good at it. The
result is a mini-masterclass in how to craft achingly gorgeous songs in a small
studio with an acoustic guitar. Full of subtle hooks and ear-catching
surprises, it’s perfect for filling up some silence. A refinement of last
year’s expansive Mentor Tormentor, H&H boasts tightness
in contrast, as one song laces itself into the next, until time has run out and
it’s hard to remember what you were feeling before it all got started. With
this, the duo’s first try in an attempt to release an LP every twelve months,
there’s finally reason to smile.”




As things worked out, the band had
been touring heavily in support of Mentor Tormentor and neither Espinoza
nor Murray wanted to lose that momentum., so they booked 4 weeks in the studio
and knocked out the new album in record time.



“We recorded the new album really
quickly….we didn’t wanna wait another 3 years to make another record. We just
wanna keep makin’ stuff,” quipped Espinoza, in a statement.


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