With a May 14th release date in the pipeline, 'It All Stars Now' is the enchantingly beautiful single from the latest Scandinavia export set to astound critics across the globe; Foreign Slippers. Like a mixture of Instagram formulated photographs and audition tapes for films never made, the video sees Foreign Slipper leading lady Gabi Froden guide you around various spots across her native country.
The softly spoken verse and quiet as a mouse guitar plucks draw you in, with the almost anthemic chorus coming at you out of the blue, sweeping you off your feet. The track is taken from the upcoming debut album from the collective, headed by Froden, titled Farewell To The Old Ghosts. The album is set to effortlessly illustrate Froden's ability to craft intelligent songs that surprise you for all the right reasons and will be unleashed on June 25th through Adventures in Gramophone. Of course Gabi is a woman of many talents, illustrating children's books outside of her time with Foreign Slippers.
The group will be gracing the shores of the British Isles as they undertake an extensive tour of the continent and should be coming to a town or city near your in the near future.
Tour Dates - supporting Duke Special
April 23 - London Lexington Arms - SOLD OUT
April 25 - Dublin Workman's club. - Tickets
May 1st - Carrick on Shannon Dock - Tickets.
May 2nd - Bray Mermaid Arts - Tickets.
May 3rd - Tullamore Thatch - Tickets.
May 6th - Killarney INEC - Tickets.
May 8th - Limerick, Dolans - Tickets.
May 9th - Cork, Cypress Ave - Tickets.
May 10th - Wexford Arts Centre - Tickets.
May 12th - Belfast, Waterfront with Ulster Orchestra - Tickets.
May 13th - Kilkenny, Set Theatre - Tickets.
May 15th - Glee, Birmingham - Tickets
May 16th - Glee, Nottingham - Tickets
May 21st - Glee, Cardiff Tickets
May 22nd - Colchester Arts Centre Tickets
May 24th - Union Chapel, London - Tickets
May 27th - The Open, Norwich - Tickets
May 28th - Phoenix, Exeter - Tickets
May 29th - Komedia, Brighton - Tickets
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