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Critically-acclaimed alt-breakout Christian Leave returns with his latest EP, “Days Like Lost Dogs,” out now on Warner Records. The nostalgic, dream-like record features standout singles “Maybe” and “10 Steps,” and arrives alongside a black-and-white film noir style video for title track “Days Like Lost Dogs,” which features a cast of furry friends. Listen to the entire 7-track EP HERE.
Over the past year I’ve been allotted the time to reflect on everything that’s led me to this point in my life,Christian explains. “I now have contentment and bask in how beautiful the time I’ve spent here is. I’ve come to terms with my frustrations and am now wandering through life without a clear goal in sight, but a determination to appreciate every second of it. I don’t know where I’m going but I know who I am! This project is a collection of songs that I feel amplifies those revelations and states this new path that I am on.
Days Like Lost Dogs” arrives just days before Christian embarks on beabadoobee’s 25+ date U.S. fall tour alongside BLACKSTARKIDS, beginning this coming Monday, November 1st in Washington, D.C. Tickets are available at christianleave.world – see a full list of dates below.
Earlier this year, the 21-year-old garnered widespread critical acclaim for his “Heavy Hitting Hurts My Head EP, featuring infectious standouts Filth,” “Bedache,” and Your Life Your Time. Beyond piling up 6 million total streams and counting, the record earned him the top spot on high-profile playlists, including Spotify’s Lorem, Amazon Music’s Breakthrough Indie and Fresh Indie, Apple Music’s INDIY, and Pandora’s New Music Now, just to name a few.
Nov. 1                 Washington D.C.            9:30 Club
Nov. 2                 Philadelphia, PA              Union Transfer
Nov. 4                 New York, NY                  Webster Hall
Nov. 5                 Boston, MA                       Royale
Nov. 9                 Carrboro, NC                   Cat’s Cradle
Nov. 10               Charlotte, NC                  The Underground
Nov. 11               Atlanta, GA                      Buckhead Theatre
Nov. 13               Birmingham, AL              Saturn
Nov. 15               Houston, TX                    White Oak Music Hall
Nov. 16               Austin, TX                        Emo’s
Nov. 19               Phoenix, AZ                     The Van Buren
Nov. 20               San Diego, CA                 The Observatory North Park
Nov. 21               Los Angeles, CA              The Fonda (Night 1)
Nov. 22               Los Angeles, CA              The Fonda (Night 2)
Nov. 23               San Francisco, CA           The Fillmore
Nov. 26               Portland, OR                   Crystal Ballroom
Nov. 27               Seattle, WA                     Neptune Theatre
Nov. 28               Vancouver, BC                Rickshaw Theatre
Nov. 30               Salt Lake City, UT           The Depot
Dec. 1                  Denver, CO                      The Summit Music Hall
Dec. 4                  Kansas City, MO             The Truman
Dec. 6                  Chicago, IL                       Metro
Dec. 8                  Detroit, MI                       Majestic Theatre
Dec. 9                  Toronto, ON                    Danforth Music Hall
Dec. 10               Columbus, OH                Newport Music Hall
Dec. 11               Pittsburgh, PA                 Stage AE
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