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Tori will be touring in 2014 to support the release of Unrepentant Geraldines. The European legs runs from May through June and the North American legs spans July and August. We do not know if additional dates elsewhere will be added.
As one may recall, in between the European and South African legs of the tour, a video for “Promise” was filmed, featuring both Tori and her daughter Tash. If, like us, you’d been wondering when the video would be made available, wonder no more! It has been premiered today on Jezebel! Head on over to check it out!
And while you’re there, scroll down a wee bit farther for a new interview that was just done last week, before the show in Mesa, Arizona.
Seems Tori was a busy little vinyl hawk in New York City back in April — though honestly, there aren’t too many cities we’d rather flick through the bins in than NYC so who can blame her? In addition to spending some time at Generation Records with Nylon Magazine, she also roamed Rough Trade’s aisles with The Guardian, talking about some of her favorite albums for the Vinyl Cut series. Check it out…
Tori was on the ZDF program Fernsehgarten this morning, for a lip-sync performance of “Trouble’s Lament” on an open-air stage surrounded by clapping Germans.
While she is prominently featured on the sliding program grid on ZDF’s home page (if you go over far enough), she’s barely mentioned on the page for today’s program…but video of the appearance is available in ZDF’s archive — as well as on Youtube (although, apparently, not in Germany):
Thanks to DocSnyder for the video links!
On the afternoon of May 20th, the day of the at Berlin’s Tempdrom, Tori appeared at the Kurfürstendamm Apple Store to discuss Unrepentant Geraldines in front of a live audience. In addition to discussing the record with moderator Johnny Haeusler, she fielded a number of questions from audience members as well.
The complete interview is available as a free video download as the latest episode of the Meet the Musician podcast on iTunes.
The appearance has also been uploaded to Youtube (of course) so if you do not use iTunes, you can watch is here too:
After some tantilizing photos from the set and an all-too-brief teaser during an interview on BBC Breakfast, the video for Trouble’s Lament has finally been revealed on Entertainment Weekly!
Sit back with some coffee (or perhaps something a little stronger) and watch the tale of Trouble and Satan unfold…
Tori was on VH1’s Big Morning Buzz on Friday, May 2nd. She closed off the show with a brief conversation about how songs develop from conversations with people, preparing for touring, and pen burglary followed by a performance of “Trouble’s Lament.” Enjoy!
While we’re waiting for the performance of “Trouble’s Lament” on The Katie Couric Show to emerge, why don’t you enjoy this pro-shot performance video of the same song from the April 8th Unrepentant Geraldines release kick-off party in Berlin?
This footage was premiered by Rolling Stone Germany — and we’d love to see the rest of that mini-concert surface too! (Nudge nudge wink wink say no more!)
As we mentioned earlier, Tori made an appearance on The Katie Couric Show today. After a refreshing conversation with Katie about the origins of Unrepentant Geraldines, which will now and forever be sub-titled “Secret Sonic Selfies” in our minds, and the nature of her childhood relationship with music, Tori performed Trouble’s Lament” for a live studio audience.
Video of the interview segment has been posted on the show’s website. Check it out below — and fingers crossed for the performance to be added soon too.
WNYC has added the video for Tori’s in-studio appearance on Soundcheck from earlier this week. The footage only includes the three songs performed on the program so one will have to go to the audio, also available, to hear the conversation with host John Schaefer.
While the webcast of last night’s in-store at Rough Trade might have left something to be desired, the cellphones of several people in attendance most assuredly do not! Check out these Youtube videos of the show — and jump the cut for the rest.