Miya Folick Announces Debut Album, Shares Jubilant Video for New Single "Stop Talking"

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Miya Folick Announces Debut Album, Shares Jubilant Video for New Single "Stop Talking"

Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Miya Folick has shared the details of her debut album, Premonitions, out on Oct. 26 via Terrible Records and Interscope.

Her debut album will follow two EPs, 2015’s Strange Darling and 2017’s Give It To Me. She previously released two singles from her forthcoming album, “Stock Image” and “Deadbody.” The album was recorded in Los Angeles and was co-produced by Justin Raisen (Charli XCX, Angel Olsen).

Thursday, she dropped another new track and video from her album, “Stop Talking.” The track is a bubbly pop track, laced with funky guitars, silvery synths and Folick’s spirited, heavenly pipes. The track is a triumphant pop wake-up call that’s best suited for dancing late at night with a few of your closest girlfriends (or as an elaborately choreographed dance routine, as shown in the song’s video). These three album tracks prove Folick is firmly next in line for pop stardom with her rare, innate vocal talent, unforgettable melodies and painfully relatable, timely lyrics.

Folick will tour the U.S. and Europe this fall supporting Pale Waves and Sunflower Bean, and she has European headlining dates slated for December. She will also play a record release show at Los Angeles’ Troubadour on Oct. 22.

Watch the video for “Stop Talking” and check out the Premonition album artwork and tracklist below. You’ll find Folick’s upcoming tour dates further down.

Premonitions Album Art:

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Premonitions Tracklist:
01. Thingamajig
02. Premonitions
03. Cost Your Love
04. Stock Image
05. Leave The Party
06. Stop Talking
07. Freak Out
08. Deadbody
09. Baby Girl
10. What We’ve Made

Miya Folick Tour Dates:

October
22 – Los Angeles, Calif. @ Troubadour
26 – Austin, Texas @ Scoot Inn*
27 – Dallas Texas @ Trees*
28 – Houston, Texas @ White Oak Music Hall*
30 – Jacksonville, Fla. @ Jack Rabbits*
31 – Tampa, Fla. @ The Crowbar*

November
02 – Fort Lauderdale, Fla. @ Culture Room*
03 – Orlando, Fla. @ The Social*
05 – Atlanta, Ga. @ Terminal West*
06 – Nashville, Tenn. @ Mercy Lounge*
07 – Charlotte, N.C. @ The Underground*
09 – Richmond, Va. @ The Broadberry*
10 – Washington, D.C. @ U Street Music Hall*
11 – Philadelphia, Pa. @ Union Transfer*
12 – Brooklyn, N.Y. @ Brooklyn Steel*
13 – Boston, Mass. @ The Sinclair*
19 – Cardiff, Wales @ The Globe†
20 – Leeds, U.K. @ The Church†
21 – Brighton, U.K. @ The Old Market†
22 – London, U.K. @ Hackney Arts Centre†
23 – Leicester, U.K. @ Dryden Street Social†
25 – Oxford, U.K. @ The Bullingdon†
26 – Glasgow, Scotland @ The Art School†
27 – Manchester, U.K. @ Manchester Academy†
28 – Portsmouth, U.K. @ Wedgewood Rooms†
29 – Bristol, U.K. @ SWX Bristol†
30 – Cambridge, U.K. @ The Junction†

December
01 – Birmingham, U.K @ The Castle & Jalcon†
03 – Paris, France @ Supersonic
04 – Utrecht, Netherlands @ TivoliVredenburg
05 – Berlin, Germany @ Musik & Frieden
06 – Hamburg, Germany @ HAKKEN
07 – Copenhagen, Denmark @ Vega
09 – Haldern, Germany @ Haldern Pop Bar
10 – Koln, Germany @ Blue Shell
11 – Brussels, Belgium @ Botanique

(* w/ Pale Waves)
(† w/ Sunflower Bean)

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