The Japanese House (Dirty Hit/Interscope Records) has announced she will be coming to North America this December. The eleven date tour will launch December 1st in this historic Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever in Los Angeles and wrap 15 days later in Brooklyn, New York at Music Hall of Williamsburg. Tickets for all dates will be available Friday, October 12 at 10am local time and can be purchased through the band’s website (LINK). Dates in full can be found here:
12/01 – Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever – Los Angeles, CA
12/02 – Great American Music Hall – San Francisco, CA
12/04 – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL
12/05 – Madison Live – Covington, KY
12/06 – A&R Music Bar – Columbus, OH
12/07 – Hope College – Holland, MI
12/08 – Lee’s Palace – Toronto, ON
12/10 – The Sinclair – Boston, MA
12/12 – The Foundry at The Fillmore – Philadelphia, PA
12/14 – Rock & Roll Hotel – Washington, DC
12/15 – Music Hall of Williamsburg – Brooklyn, NY
The announcement of the tour follows the release of”Lilo,” the first song from Amber Bain (commonly known as The Japanese House) since 2017’s Saw You in a Dream. According to Bain, “Lilo” was inspired when “one of my best friends five years ago called me up when I was in a state of total heartbreak and said: ‘I’ve met somebody and you’re going to fall completely in love with them.’ Quite quickly this became entirely true.
“Lilo” is a song about that relationship, how she was everything I needed at that time and how, to me, her every movement – paired with her approach to life – seemed as serene as the image of a lilo floating across a swimming pool. I feel very close to this song as I began writing it just before this relationship and came to an end after it had. Now, it is a reminder to me that I am good at falling I love and I can survive falling out of it. I’m good at falling.”
“Lilo” is out now via Dirty Hit/Interscope Records – LISTEN HERE.