Maude Latour has dropped a new single, ‘Chances’, ahead of her first appearance at Chicago’s Lollapalooza next weekend. Listen to the hilarious track below.
The rising alt-pop star and recent Columbia graduate will take the stage at several US festivals this year, including Austin City Limits, All Things Go and Music Midtown, before embarking on a headline tour this autumn . Check out her full itinerary below.
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“I’ve been dreaming of playing a festival for the rest of my life,” Latour told NME, “I feel so ready to play Lola and this has been on my mind for a year in a row. I can’t believe this is going to happen.”
The singer-songwriter also said that she will be giving ‘Chance’ a live debut at Lollapalooza next weekend, adding, “I have a small feeling that this absurdly hard life is going to be lived. I can’t wait.” can.”
In the track, the New York City-based singer attempts to find meaning behind life’s chaos. “Are we where we’re supposed to be, or is this all we know by chance?” He said about the track. “It can be comforting to think about the effect of coincidence in our lives.”
Despite its heavy subject matter, ‘Probabilities’ is acoustically light, as Latour sings, leaning into dazzling synths, “We have all these chances, I want to believe something.”
Maud Latour Tour
28 – Chicago, IL, Lollapalooza
17 & 18 – Atlanta, GA, Music Midtown
29 – Boston, MA, Paradise Rock Club
1 – Columbia, MD, All Things Go Music Festival
2 – Philadelphia, PA, The Foundry
4 – Atlanta, GA, Terminal West
5 – Nashville, TN, The End
7 & 9 – Austin, TX, Austin City Limits
11 – Houston, TX, Bronze Peacock at the House of Blues
12 – Dallas, TX, Cambridge Room at House of Blues
14 – Denver, CO, Globe Hall
15 – Salt Lake City, UT, Kilby Court
17 – Phoenix, AZ, The Rebel Lounge
18 – Los Angeles, CA, El Rey Theater
20 – Sacramento, CA, Harlow’s
21 – San Francisco, CA, The Chapel
23 – Seattle, WA, Neumos
2 – New York, NY – Irving Plaza
‘Probabilities’ is the latest single from Latour, who recently released an EP, ‘Strangers Forever’, along with indie-pop tracks ‘Trees’, ‘Lola’ and ‘Headphones’ last October.
Focusing on subject matter that ranges from grieving loss to acknowledging disenchantment, Latour recently pointed out new York Times He is “major, ultimately as a philosophy major, life is fleeting.”
In the interview, the singer also talked about her enthusiasm for playing on the same stage as Metallica at her first festival. “I’m on the same stage as him, so his drum kit and stuff is going to be behind me,” she said.
Lollapalooza takes place next weekend (July 27–31), with Green Day, Dua Lipa and Metallica set as headliners. check back NME For news and more from Lollapalooza 2022.