Syd’s Always Never Home is a three-song EP following up last year’s full-length Fin. The project is about eight minutes of romantic longing. Syd will start her solo tour at Irving Plaza in NYC on October 9th.
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Syd debuted new music on Tuesday with the single “Bad Dream/No Looking Back” and she revealed that her next album, Always Never Home will come out September 8th. Today she announced the North American leg of her Always Never Home Tour. The journey will begin in October and run until the end of the year.
October 9 — New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
October 10 — Washington, DC @ Fillmore
October 11 — Boston, MA @ Royale
October 13 — Baltimore, MD @ Soundstage
October 14 – Philadelphia, PA
October 28 — Los Angeles, CA @ Camp Flog Gnaw (Syd solo set)
November 6 — Detroit, MI @ St. Andrew’s Hall
November 7 — Minneapolis, MN @ Cabooze
November 8 – Chicago, IL
November 9 —Toronto, ON @ The Phoenix Theater
November 13 — Houston, TX @ House of Blues
November 14 —Dallas, TX @ South Side Music Hall
November 15 — Austin, TX @ Emos
November 24 —Vancouver, BC @ Vogue
November 26 —Seattle, WA @ Neptune
November 28 —Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst
November 29 — San Francisco, CA @ Regency Ballroom
December 1 — Las Vegas, NV @ Vinyl at Hard Rock Hotel
December 2 — San Diego, CA @ North Park Observatory
December 6 — Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory
December 7 — Los Angeles, CA @ Novo
Syd has two new songs with “Bad Dream” and “No Looking Back” and the former is produced by Gwen Bunn and the latter is a Ricci Riera production. The Internet’s frontwoman revealed on Twitter two weeks ago that she has a new EP ready to follow-up her Fin solo album. These new songs are a great way for her to see the level of eagerness from her fans regarding new music. There is no set release date for the next project but “Bad Dream” and “No Looking Back” will tide her fans over until the EP comes out. She also appeared as a DJ on HBO’s Insecure two weeks ago.
“Treading Water” was originally planned for Syd’s debut album Fin but ultimately did not make the project. The singer describes “Treading Water” as her favorite song from Fin until she could not use the Steve Lacy and Flip Colson production. The instrumental was used on Big Sean and Jhenē Aiko’s TWENTY88 album.