Cigarettes After Sex ‘Cry’ LP Out On All DSPs Via Partisan

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Cigarettes After Sex- Photo Cred: Ebru Yildiz

 

Cigarettes After Sex ‘Cry’ LP Out On All DSPs Via Partisan

“Heavenly” Reaches 11M Streams, Featured in NPR’s Heavy Rotation

LISTEN & SHARE: Cigarettes After Sex – Cry

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LISTEN & SHARE: Cigarettes After Sex – “Heavenly”

 

Today, Cigarettes After Sex have released their highly anticipated sophomore LP – Cry – via Partisan Records. Their first single, “Heavenly” achieved over eleven million streams and was recently featured in NPR’s Heavy Rotation. The album comes as the band finishes the last legs of the U.S. tour and sets on their European tour at the beginning of next month.

After decamping to Mallorca the same week that their self-titled minimalist pop masterwork debut was released in 2017, Gonzalez and his bandmates – Jacob Tomsky (drums) & Randy Miller (bass) – consciously let the striking location guide the initial Cry sessions. “The sound of this record is completely tied to the location for me,” Gonzalez explains. “Ultimately, I view this record as a film. It was shot in this stunning, exotic location, and it stitches all these different characters and scenes together, but in the end is really about romance, beauty & sexuality. It’s a very personal telling of what those things mean to me.”

While the music came quickly – often improvised on the spot – it would be another two years before Gonzalez would attempt to complete the accompanying lyrics. Helped by the burgeoning love of a new relationship, the influence of films by Éric Rohmer, and the songs of Selena and Shania Twain among others, Cry blends the carnal subtlety of their debut with a warmer palette. The album was self-produced and engineered by Gonzalez, and mixed by Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire, Yeah Yeah Yeahs).

Cigarettes After Sex’s self-titled debut has sold over 550k records to date (streaming equivalent), amassing over 360 million Spotify streams, 2.2 million monthly listeners, and 350 million YouTube streams. The band’s list of on-the-record fans include everyone from Taylor Swift, Kylie Jenner, Lana Del Rey, Françoise Hardy, Lily Allen, Busy Philipps + more. They’ve been featured in Vice Noisey, V Magazine, Interview, NPR’s Tiny Desk, and their music has appeared in ‘The Handmaid’s Tale,’ ‘Killing Eve,’ and Ralph Lauren ads.

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Cigarettes After Sex – Cry Tracklisting

1. Don’t Let Me Go
2. Kiss It Off Me
3. Heavenly
4. You’re the Only Good Thing in My Life
5. Touch
6. Hentai
7. Cry
8. Falling In Love
9. Pure

CIGARETTES AFTER SEX TOUR DATES:
10/25/19 – Washington DC – 9:30 Club (SOLD OUT)
10/26/19 – Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer (SOLD OUT)
10/27/19 – Boston, MA – House of Blues
11/2/19 – Amsterdam, NL – Paradiso (SOLD OUT)
11/3/19 – Amsterdam, NL – Paradiso (SOLD OUT)
11/7/19 – Brussels, BE – Cirque Royal (SOLD OUT)
11/8/19 – Paris, FR – Olympia (SOLD OUT)
11/9/19 – Benidorm, ES – Primavera 20th Anniversary Weekender
11/11/19 – Barcelona, ES – Sala Apolo (SOLD OUT)
11/12/19 – Barcelona, ES – Sala Apolo (SOLD OUT)
11/14/19 – Milan, IT – Alcatraz
11/16/19 – Zurich, CH – Plaza (SOLD OUT)
11/17/19 – Zurich, CH – Plaza (SOLD OUT)
11/18/19 – Vienna, AT – Arena
11/19/19 – Vienna, AT – Arena
11/20/19 – Prague, CZ – Roxy (SOLD OUT)
11/22/19 – Copenhagen, DK – The Grey Hall (SOLD OUT)
11/23/19 – Berlin, DE – Tempodrome
11/25/19 – Cologne, DE – Palladium
11/27/19 – Manchester, UK – Albert Hall (SOLD OUT)
11/28/19 – London, UK – Shepherds Bush Empire (SOLD OUT)
3/23/20 – Bristol, UK – Academy
3/24/20 – London, UK – Hammersmith Apollo
3/25/20 – Birmingham, UK – Institute
3/27/20 – Leeds, UK – University
3/28/30 -Glasgow, UK – Barrowland
3/29/20 – Liverpool, UK – Academy
4/1/20 – Hamburg, DE – Fabrik
4/3/20 – Oslo, NO – Rockefeller
4/4/20 – Stockholm, SE – Slaktkyrkan
4/6/20 – Aarhus, DE – Voxhall
4/8/20 – Luxembourg City, LU – den Atelier

LINKS

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