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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 reported, Tori made a brief appearance on the ZDF’s Morgenmagazin this morning. There was a short interview and a she played “Welcome to England,” though it was cut off when they cut to news.
Through the magic of The Internet, you can watch it now in all its overdubbed glory on ZDF’s website, but it’s also made its way to YouTube already as well:
Thanks to Kelly, Dyana and Dylo for the links!
The final part of LP33’s Tori interview has been posted. As promised, LP33 is also offering a free download of the track “Maybe California” from the upcoming record. If you haven’t already done so, head on over to their site to download the mp3 … and watch the fourth part of the interview below:
The third part of LP33.tv’s four-part interview with Tori is up! Check it out:
It seems that Midnight Eastern Time on April 3rd has come a little earlier than expected! The video for “Welcome to England” is now available for your streaming pleasure from Yahoo! Music:
Thanks to Clarissa for the tip!
This is one of the most fun Tori interviews we’ve seen in a looooong time. Thanks, MK!
LP33.tv has added a second clip from their interview with Tori at SXSW. In this clip, she talks more about Abnormally Attracted to Sin.
LP33.tv promises more clips from this interview soon so keep an eye on their site for more.
John Norris (what happened to his hair?!?) talked to Tori for Spin and Myspace before the La Zona Rosa show. A video clip of their chat was posted on Myspace earlier today:
Thanks to Kirkland for the tip!
Billboard and Palestra.net teamed up to talk to Tori at SXSW and have posted this video clip from the interview on each of their websites. Check it out at Palestra or Billboard or just watch it below: