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How To Dress Well Shares New Song ‘What’s Up’

How To Dress Well a.k.a. Tom Krell – has released a second track from his forthcoming album Care – the jubilant, joyous ‘What’s Up’, produced by CFCF (Mike Silver) and available to hear today HERE.

Says Krell on ‘What’s Up’, “Recently I’ve been feeling like our artistic culture hyper-invests in seriousness and leaves all pleasure and fun to be taken care of by basically banal forms of pop— and those don’t really yield pleasure and fun in any deep way. For me, I don’t think everything needs to be serious to be profound. With “What’s Up”, I wanted to just dig into the idea that fun and pleasure can be profound, or just be fun and pleasure, and that can be profound in its own way.

How To Dress Well will release Care on September 23, 2016 via Weird World / Domino Record Co. Written by Krell, mixed by Andrew Dawson (Kanye West, fun.), and featuring co-production from Krell alongside Jack Antonoff, Dre Skull, CFCF, and Kara-Lis Coverdale, Care is a sensual, dazzling alt-pop tour de force.

Stream ‘What’s Up’ HERE.

Stream ‘Lost Youth / Lost You’ HERE.

Watch the uncensored version of the ‘Lost Youth / Lost You’ video HERE.

Watch the safe-for-work version of the ‘Lost Youth / Lost You’ video HERE.

Pre-order the album via iTunes

Pre-order the album via the Dom Mart

Pre-order the deluxe version via the How To Dress Well store

Care tracklisting

1. Can’t You Tell

2. Salt Song

3. What’s Up

4. Lost Youth / Lost You

5. The Ruins

6. Burning Up

7. I Was Terrible

8. Anxious

9. Time Was Meant To Stay

10. Made A Lifetime

11. They’ll Take Everything You Have

How To Dress Well will be hitting the road in support of Care this fall.  All worldwide dates below are on sale now.

How To Dress Well tour dates

Fri Sept 23 || Chicago, IL || Bottom Lounge

Sat Sept 24 || Minneapolis MN || 7th Street Entry

Mon Sept 26 || Grand Rapids, MI || Pyramid Scheme

Tues Sept 27 || Detroit, MI || Shelter

Wed Sept 28 || Toronto, ON || Mod Club

Fri Sept 30 || Boston, MA || The Sinclair

Sat Oct 1 || Philadelphia, PA || Boot & Saddle

Tues Oct 4 ||New York, NY || Webster Hall

Thurs Oct 6 || Washington, DC || U Street Music Hall

Sat Oct 8 || Atlanta, GA || The Earl

Sun Oct 9 || New Orleans, LA || Hi-Ho Lounge

Mon Oct 10 || Dallas, TX || House of Blues

Tues Oct 11 || Austin, TX || The Parish

Thurs Oct 13 || Phoenix, AZ || Crescent Ballroom

Fri Oct 14 || Los Angeles, CA || Regent Theater

Sat Oct 15-16 || San Francisco, CA || Treasure Island Music Festival

Tues Oct 18 || Portland, OR || Mississippi Studios

Wed Oct 19 || Seattle, WA || Neumos

Thurs Oct 20 || Vancouver, BC || Biltmore Cabaret

Thurs Nov 10 || Paris, France || Point Ephemere

Fri Nov 11 || Brussels, Belgium || Botanique – Rotonde

Mon Nov 14 || Amsterdam, Netherlands || OT301

Tues Nov 15 || Hamburg, Germany || Hakken

Wed Nov 16 || Berlin, Germany || Gretchen

Fri Nov 18 || Copenhagen, Denmark || Rust

Sat Nov 19 || Stockholm, Sweden || Debaser Strand

Mon Nov 21 || London, England || Village Underground

Wed Nov 23 || Glasgow, Scotland || Stereo

Thurs Nov 24 || Manchester, England || Band On The Wall

About RJ Frometa

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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