WATCH: Blonde Redhead Channel “Lady M” for a Live Performance at the FLOOD Gallery

The New York trio also announced a fresh set of North American tour dates in support of their latest release Barragán.

2015 marks the twentieth anniversary of Blonde Redhead’s self-titled debut—an album that set the stage for a beautiful and challenging discography spanning various realms of experimental art rock and soundscapes.

In support of their ninth and latest release Barragán, the New York act recently stopped by the FLOOD Gallery for an intimate performance of new tunes mixed with a few excellent choices from 2004’s Misery Is a Butterfly. Along with the announcement of an initial run of new North American tour dates, we now have an exclusive video of the band performing “Lady M” that night for FLOOD Sessions. Turn the lights down low, tune in, and drop out.

Blonde Redhead tour dates presented by FLOOD Magazine

15 – Seattle, WA – Neptune
17 – Vancouver, BC – Imperial
18–20 – Victoria, BC – Riflandia Festival
19 – Portland, OR – Wonder Ballroom
21 – San Francisco, CA – The Independent
23 – Los Angeles, CA – Centre for the Arts, Eagle Rock
24 – Los Angeles, CA – Bootleg Theater

Read our feature Fluxus: Blonde Redhead and the Art of Perception.

Barragán is out now via Asawa Kuru.


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