Dinner Announces New Album “New Work,” Out 9/8 on Captured Tracks, Premieres “Un-American Woman” Video

Dinner, the alter-ego of LA-based Danish producer Anders Rhedin, is back with his second full-length New Work, out on Captured Tracks on September 8. For his new album, Rhedin battled his own perfectionism by pushing himself to collaborate more, think less, and work at a high pace throughout a short and intense period of late-night recording sessions. New Work features collaborations with artists like Charlie Hilton of Blouse and Sean Nicholas Savage.


Dinner released the album’s first single “Un-American Woman” today with a video shot in Las Vegas that features Mac DeMarco’s brother Hank dancing with his ballet troupe.

In writing “Un-American Woman” (and much of the album), Rhedin was inspired by William Blake’s Proverbs of Hell. “‘Un-American Woman’ is a song I wrote just before I stopped going out, just before I stopped sleeping around with women,” he says. “The song seems to be about disillusionment and a fear of being stuck in a certain lifestyle. But it also touches upon the potential transformational aspects of ‘bad things.’ Nothing’s black or white, good or bad. There is just lifeforce moving. A constant movement. ‘The road of excess leads to the palace of wisdom,’ in the words of Blake. I lifted that line for the song, of course.”

New Work is available for pre-order now.

Dinner – New Work
September 8, 2017 – Captured Tracks

1. Un-American Woman

2. Don’t Belong

3. Walk Away

4. Siren Song

5. Marble Eyes

6. Illusions

7. Get Real

8. Copenhagen

9. Waitin’

10. Thwl

Dinner will be touring the US and Europe this fall in support of New Work, including September release shows in Brooklyn and Los Angeles. Catch him at:

Dinner 2017 Tour

09/07: Baby’s All Right – Brooklyn, NY

09/13: Zebulon – Los Angeles, CA

10/02: Cafe Du Nord – San Francisco, CA

10/06: W Seattle Hotel – Seattle, WA

10/09: Amsterdam Bar & Hall – St. Paul, MN

10/16: The Sound Hole – Philadelphia, PA

10/17: The Pinhook – Durham, NC

10/18: The Earl – Atlanta, GA

10/20: Drkmttr – Nashville, TN

10/21: The Circle Bar – New Orleans, LA

10/22: White Oak Music Hall – Houston, TX

10/23: Hotel Vegas – Austin, TX

10/24: Monarch – El Paso, TX

10/25: Hotel Congress – Tucson, AZ

11/19: The Hope – Brighton, UK
11/20: Moth Club – London, UK
11/21: Headrow House – Leeds, UK
11/22: The Hug & Pint – Glasgow, UK
11/25: De Niewe Anita – Amsterdam, NL
11/26: Purple Panda @ Franse Vaart – Gent, BE
11/27: Pop Up Du Label – Paris, FR
11/29: Acephale – Cologne, DE
11/30: Orangehouse – Munich, DE
12/02: Albani Club – Winterthur, CH
12/05: Karlsorbahnhof – Heidelberg, DE
12/07: Nochtwache – Hamburg, DE
12/08: Loppen – Copenhagen, DK

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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