Today, Grimes dropped the Little Jimmy Urine remix of Kill V. Maim. Upon the release of her self-directed video for the song, Paper Magazine hailed, “Grimes won the internet today.” The video now boasts over 4 million views. The remix is available on all streaming services and for purchase on iTunes.

Watch the Kill V. Maim video here.

Grimes just wrapped a month of dates in Australia and Asia and is in the midst of a 20-date European tour. She plays a sold out show at London’s Brixton Academy next week.  She is currently featured in Vanity Fair’s Disrupters portfolio along side Michael B. Jordan, Spike Jonze, Dakota Johnson and A$AP Rocky. She currently graces the cover of the UK’s AnOther Magazine.

This Spring, Grimes will perform at Coachella and headline Moogfest, Hangout Music Festival, Sweetlife Festival and Sasquatch! and will open for Florence & The Machine at arenas including two nights at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY on June 14  and June 15. (See tour dates below).

Art Angels had prime placement on basically every 2015 End of Year list, with #1 spots from NME, Stereogum, Gorilla Vs. Bear and others. Jon Pareles of the NY Times called the album “a solo tour de force,” Stereogum said, “In 2015, nothing sounded better,” and Rolling Stone called it a “triumph.” Time Magazine named Flesh Without Blood the #1 song of the year while iTunes named Art Angels the #1 Indie Album of 2015 and it finished out the year at #1 most added on CMJ Radio. Within the past year, she graced the covers of The FADER, Nylon, Dazed and Confused, NME, London’s ES Magazine, Flare and more.

Grimes’ new album, Art Angels, out now and available for download here and available for streaming on TIDAL.


* dates with Florence and the Machine

March 7th – O2 Academy Leeds – Leeds, UK

March 8th – Rock City – Nottingham, UK

March 10th – OO2 Academy Brixton – London, UK

March 12th – Manchester Academy – Manchester, UK

March 13th – O2 ABC Glasgow – Glasgow, UK

March 15th – Olympia Theatre – Dublin, Ireland

April 16th – Coachella (Weekend 1) – Indio, CA

April 20th – Fox Theater – Oakland, CA

April 21st – Shrine Expo Hall – Los Angeles, CA

April 23rd – Coachella (Weekend 2) – Indio, CA

May 13th – 9:30 Club – Washington, DC

May 14th – Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – The Woodlands, TX*

May 18th – American Airline Center – Dallas, TX*

May 19th – Austin360 Ampitheater – Austin, TX*

May 19th to May 22 – Moogfest 2016 – Durham, NC

May 20th – May 22cd – Hangout Music Festival 2016 – Gulf Shores, AL

May 24th – Cricket Wireless Ampitheater – Bonner Springs, KS*

May 25th – May 30th – Lightning In A Bottle – Bradley, CA

May 26th – Pepsi Center – Denver, CO*

May 27th – May 30th – Sasquatch! Music Festival – George, WA

June 2cd – Excel Energy Center – St. Paul, MN*

June 3rd  – Sawyer Point, Yeatman’s Cove – Cincinnati, OH

June 3rd to June 6th – Bunbury Music Festival – Cincinnati, OH

June 14th – Barclays Center – Brooklyn, NY*

June 15th – Barclays Center – Brooklyn, NY

June 24th – O2 Academy Birmingham – Birmingham, UK

June 28th – O2 Academy Bristol – Bristol, UK

June 29th – July 2cd – Open’er Festival – Gydnia, PO

July 1st – July 2cd – PITCH Festival – Amsterdam, NL

July 7th 0 Circolo Magnolia – Segrate, IT

July 9th – NOS Alive – Lisbon, PG

July 14th 0 July 17th – Latitude Festival – Southwold, UK

July 29th – July 31st – Osheaga Festival – Montreal, QC

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Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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