Stream Frankie Cosmos' New Album, Vessel

Plus, watch their "Jesse" video

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Stream Frankie Cosmos' New Album, <i>Vessel</i>

New York indie-pop quartet Frankie Cosmos are streaming their new album Vessel in full via Sub Pop’s YouTube channel ahead of its official release on March 30.

Along with videos for the band’s previous tracks “Apathy” and “Being Alive,” the band have also revealed a new video for “Jesse.” In reference to their new video, the band tweeted, “If you like slime, kinetic sand, hot knife, nail art, green screen, paint mixing, haircut asmr, shoes crushing toy cars, etc …. then you will probably hate it or love it.”

Vessel is the band’s first album since they signed to Sub Pop in April 2017 and their first full-length since 2016’s Next Thing, which Paste named one of the best albums of that year. Vessel is the band’s third release and amazingly, it is frontwoman Greta Kline’s 52nd. According to a press release, the 18-track Vessel features several “instrumental first or second-takes, highlighting a newfound collective energy felt by the band’s four members after months of touring, practicing and arranging together.”

The band will embark on their Vessel world tour beginning in April, and they’ve also added new U.S. and European dates in May and June. They will play shows alongside Belle & Sebastian, Perfume Genius, Lomelda, Florist, Lala Lala, Ian Sweet and SOAR.

Listen to their new album Vessel in full and watch their new video for “Jesse” below. You can also check out their upcoming tour dates further down, preorder Vessel here and read Paste’s review of the album right here.

Frankie Cosmos Tour Dates:

April
05 – Boulder, Colo. @ Fox Theater *
06 – Colorado Springs, Colo. @ Black Sheep *
07 – Santa Fe, N.M. @ Meow Wolf *
09 – Phoenix, Ariz. @ Crescent Ballroom *
10 – San Diego, Calif. @ Quartyard %
11 – Los Angeles, Calif. @ Regent Theatre %
12 – Santa Ana, Calif. @ The Constellation Room %
13 – Fresno, Calif. @ Strummers %
14 – Berkeley, Calif. @ UC Theatre %
17 – Seattle, Wash. @ Neumos %
18 – Olympia, Wash. @ Capitol Theater %
20 – Portland, Ore. @ Wonder Ballroom %
30 – Pawtucket, R.I. @ The Met

May
01 – New Haven, Conn. @ Toad’s Place
02 – Cambridge, Mass. @ The Sinclair ^
03 – Burlington, Vt. @ ArtsRiot ^
04 – Montreal, Quebec @ Theatre Fairmount ^
05 – Toronto, Ontario @ The Rec Room ^
06 – Grand Rapids, Mich. @ The Pyramid Scheme
07 – Chicago, Ill. @ Lincoln Hall
09 – Nashville, Tenn. @ The Basement East
10 – Carrboro, N.C. @ Cat’s Cradle (Back Room)
11 – Richmond, Va. @ Capital Ale House
12 – Washington, D.C. @ Black Cat
13 – Philadelphia, Pa. @ Union Transfer
22 – Berlin, Germany @ Kantine am Berghain
23 – Hamburg, Germany @ Aalhaus
24 – Ghent, Belgium @ DOKbox
25 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ London Calling at Paradiso (Small Hall)
28 – Manchester, U.K. @ Gorilla
29 – Glasgow, U.K. @ The Art School
30 – Bristol, U.K. @ The Fleece
31 – London, U.K. @ Scala

June
08 – Queens, N.Y. @ Forest Hills Stadium #

July
14 – Madrid, Spain @ Mad Cool Festival

(* – w/ Lomelda)
(^ – Florist & Lala Lala)
(% – w/ Ian Sweet and SOAR)
(# – w/ Belle & Sebastian, Perfume Genius)

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