ALLAN RAYMAN Announces New Album & Show At The Rebel Lounge On 4/2/17
Allan Rayman Announces North American Headlining Tour April 2nd show at The Rebel Lounge in Phoenix
In Support of Upcoming Album ‘Roadhouse 01’ Out February 24th via Communion Records
“Allan Rayman is ready to take off this year.” – Pigeons & Planes “intoxicating” – Noisey
“powerfully earnest vocals…Rayman doesn’t hold back in his music” – Earmilk
“haunting…intriguing” – Wonderland
“whiskey-soaked R&B” – The 405
(Photo credit: 512 Productions)Allan Rayman will kick off a 17-date North American tour in support of his upcoming album ‘Roadhouse 01’ on March 22 in Vancouver including stops at Le Poisson Rouge in NYC, The Troubadour in Los Angeles and more. Tickets will go on sale Friday, January 27 and for a limited time, every ticket purchased for the Spring US 2017 tour dates includes a digital download of ‘Roadhouse 01.’
The announcement follows on the heels of his Fall tour with James Vincent McMorrow and recent sold-out headlining gigs at Brooklyn’s Baby’s All Right and Toronto’s Royal Cinema, where he captivated audiences with his “emotional live imagery” (SF Weekly) and “dirty, sexy grunge” (The Waster).
Today, he released his new song “13,” another teaser off his upcoming album.
Allan’s latest single, “13,” is infused with his simmering swagger and characteristic raspy vocals singing to the too-cool-for-school girls who have come suddenly knocking despite their complete lack of interest before his fame.
The second LP from “the most mysterious man in music” (Ones To Watch) chronicles Rayman’s retreat to an isolated cabin in the woods of Lost Springs, where he wrestles with his demons in the form of a rebellious alter ego, Mr. Roadhouse. Zane Lowe, VICE Noisey and Pigeons & Planes are already vocal fans of Rayman’s fusion of R&B, hip-hop and folk with dark, seductive storytelling.
‘Roadhouse 01’ will be available on February 24 via Communion Records.
Pre-order ‘Roadhouse 01’ with instant grat tracks “25.22,” “Faust Road,” “Repeat,” & “13” here.
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