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CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED COUNTRY STAR ANNOUNCES
AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND SHOWS IN JANUARY 2020
On the heels of his critically acclaimed debut album Pony, out now via Sub Pop Records, enigmatic country star ORVILLE PECK has announced that he will be touring Australia and New Zealand in January 2020. The tour will begin on Friday, January 10 in Sydney, for Sydney Festival, and find Orville and his bandmates playing The Tuning Fork in Auckland, The Foundry in Brisbane, Howler in Melbourne and Mona Foma Festival in Launceston, Tasmania. See below for a full list of dates.
Pony features the official videos and singles “Dead of Night,” “Turn to Hate,” “Big Sky,” “Hope To Die” and “Buffalo Run,” and was produced by Orville Peck. The album was recorded and mixed by Jordan Koop at The Noise Floor on Gabriola Island, British Columbia and mastered by Harris Newman at Grey Market Mastering in Montreal, Quebec and is now available worldwide through the Sub Pop Mega Mart.
Orville recently graced the Autumn cover of the British GQ and has received praise from such press outlets as, NPR, Vogue, The New Yorker, New York Times, LA Times, Billboard, Mojo, The Line of Best Fit, The Guardian, Rolling Stone, Uncut and many more.
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What people are saying about Orville Peck:
“It’s a country record, built out of broken-glass heartbreak, tearful melodies, and sweeping, deserted drama, wandering from one blackened torch song to the next.” “Peck sings about longing, meanness, and impossible loneliness in a harrowing baritone.” “[a] stunning debut album” – The FADER
“The masked man our ‘YeeHaw’ moment deserves...” – The New Yorker
“The masks, and Peck’s style and music as a whole, have an air of come-hither mystery, which has made him an underground country sensation...will Peck ever reveal his face? He has no plans to—and might not ever need to. His music and style already speak for themselves.” – VOGUE