Julia Holter is set to release new AA side single "Don't Make Me Over / Hello Stranger" on July 28th 2014. The single, to be made available digitally and on limited edition 7" is comprised of two highly inventive cover versions.
New recording "Don't Make Me Over" sees Holter and her Los Angeles ensemble take on Burt Bacharach and Hal David's 1962 song for Dionne Warwick whilst "Hello Stranger", a highlight of 2013's celebrated Loud City Song, was originally a hit for Barbara Lewis in 1963.
Both tracks were recorded with producer Cole Marsden Greif-Neill in Los Angeles.
Julia Holter is in Europe this summer, playing Latitude Festival as well as a special London show at St John's at Hackney Church as part of the St John's sessions. Full dates:
JULIA HOLTER ON TOUR:
July 6: Roskilde Festival, Rosklide, Denmark
July 7: Tivoli Vredenburg, Utrecht: Holland
July 9: Videosoundart Festival, Milan, Italy
July 10: Bogen, Zurich, Switzerland
July 11: Karistorbahnhof, Heidleberg, Germany
July 12: Les Ardentes Festival, Leige, Belgium
July 13: Creepee Teepee Festival, Kutna Hora, Czechoslovakia
July 15: Defilad Square, Warasaw, Poland
July 17: Gent Jazz, Gent, Belgium
July 18: Blue Balls Festival, Luzern, Switzerland
20th Latitude Festival, Suffolk, England
21st St John at Hackney Church, London, England
(Photo: Luke Gilford)
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