Julien Baker announces livestream show in support of her new album ‘Little Oblivions’

Julien Baker has announced a special livestream show in support of her forthcoming new album ‘Little Oblivions’.

Baker’s follow-up to 2017’s ‘Turn Out The Lights’ is set for release next Friday (February 26), and has been previewed so far by the singles ‘Favor’, ‘Hardline’ and ‘Faith Healer’.

Baker will play live in support of ‘Little Oblivions’ on March 25 during a fully produced livestream that will be broadcast from Nashville’s Analog (at Hutton Hotel), with Mini Trees the special guest.

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Julien Baker
Julien Baker. Credit: Alysse Gafkjen.

Three screenings of Baker’s livestream show will air on March 25, with the UK screening set to begin at 7pm GMT (it’ll also air at 8pm AEDT and 9pm EDT). Each screening will be available to watch on-demand for 24 hours after the show.

Tickets to access Baker’s March livestream can be found here, starting at $15 (£10.83).

‘Little Oblivions’ was engineered by Calvin Lauber and mixed by Craig Silvey (The National, Florence & the Machine, Arcade Fire), both of whom worked with Baker on ‘Turn Out The Lights’. The album was recorded in Baker’s hometown of Memphis, Tennessee between December 2019 and January 2020.

Baker’s ‘Favor’, which was released earlier this month, features her boygenius bandmates Lucy Dacus and Phoebe Bridgers.

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boygenius released a self-titled EP in 2018, and have since teamed up on Bridgers’ track ‘Graceland Too’ from her 2020 album ‘Punisher’ – as well as providing backing vocals on ‘Roses/Lotus/Violet/Iris’, a track from the debut solo album by Paramore vocalist Hayley Williams.

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