From her intricate electric guitar solos to utterly relatable lyrics about unrequited love, Lindsey Jordan is taking the indie-rock world by storm as the frontwoman of Snail Mail.
Jordan first made waves in 2016 with the release of Habit via Sister Polygon Records, along with bandmates Alex Bass (bass) and Ray Brown (drums). She is now releasing a reissue of her first EP.
The original Fender-powered tracks that showcased Jordan’s dynamic, anguished vocals and electric guitar abilities are remastered and now available on streaming services. Physical copies of the Habit reissue will be available on Aug. 30 via Matador Records.
The new album art, tracklist and list of Snail Mail tour dates are located below. A re-recorded version of Snail Mail’s Courtney Love cover, “The 2nd Most Beautiful Girl In The World,” will also be included on the reissue.
“Thinning” was featured on the original EP, and was the first Snail Mail track to amass over one million streams in her native Maryland indie scene and beyond. Last year, Jordan released her debut full-length record Lush, via Matador Records, to which she signed the year before.
Since then, Jordan-penned tracks “Pristine” and “Heat Wave” have garnered over seven million Spotify streams from listeners around the globe.
On Friday, Jordan shared a Simlish version of “Pristine” via her social media accounts. The lyrics were sung entirely in the language from EA’s The Sims. On Sunday, she added the Courtney Love cover (from the ‘90s side project of Lois Maffeo, not that Courtney Love) to streaming services. It was only available on Amazon Music previously.
Check out the new album art, tracklist and tour dates below. You can stream Habit right here.
Habit EP Reissue Album Art:
Habit EP Reissue Tracklist:
03. Static Buzz
07. The 2nd Most Beautiful Girl In The World
Snail Mail Tour Dates:
13-14 – Winnipeg, Man. @ Winnipeg Folk Festival
15 – Minneapolis, Minn. @ First Avenue *
17 – Lawrence, Kan. @ The Granada *
18 – St. Louis, Mo. @ Off Broadway *
19 – Milwaukee, Wis. @ Turner Hall *
20 – Chicago, Ill.@ Thalia Hall &
21 – Chicago, Ill. @ Pitchfork Festival
23 – Nashville, Tenn. @ Exit / In *
24 – Louisville, Ky. @ Headliner’s *
25 – Columbus, Ohio @ Skully’s Music Diner *
26 – Cleveland, Ohio @ Beachland Ballroom *
27 – Detroit, Mich. @ Mo Pop Festival
28 – Pittsburgh, Pa. @ Rex Theatre *
31- Brooklyn, N.Y. @ Brooklyn Steel *^
01 – New York, N.Y. @ Webster Hall *^
15 – Salt Lake City, Utah @ Twilight Concert Series %#
16 – Omaha, Neb. @ MAHA Music Festival
17 – Denver, Colo. @ Bluebird Theater #
18 – Taos, N.M. @ Taos Vortex
20 – Phoenix, Ariz. @ Rebel Lounge #
21- San Diego, Calif. @ Irenic #
22 – Los Angeles, Calif. @ The Wiltern Theatre *#
24 – Port Townsend, Wash. @ THING
25 – Port Townsend, Wash. @ THING
05 – Raleigh, N.C. @ Hopscotch Music Festival
16 – Mexico City, Mexico @ Corona Capital Music Festival
17 – Mexico City, Mexico @ Corona Capital Music Festival
(* denotes w/ Sasami)
(& denotes w/ Tirzah)
(^ denotes w/ Duster)
(% denotes w/ Courtney Barnett)
(# denotes w/ Choir Boy)