Cork, Ireland-based Talos (a.k.a. Eoin French) has announced the release of new single “See Me.” The track was produced by Talos, Ross Dowling (James Vincent McMorrow) and mixed by Damian Taylor (Bjork, Arcade Fire).

“The song is about an inability to love someone,” explains Eoin on the inspiration behind the track. “I drew a lot of lyrics from the story of the serial killer, Ed Kemper. The irrepressible power of that kind of need to be seen, or wanted, fascinates me. We all want to be accepted, to feel loved, but sometimes our inability to see our own qualities causes us to destroy the very possibility of it.”

Listen to “See Me” HERE.

Following a recent UK tour with Editors, Talos has announced a string of live dates in the run up to Christmas, which includes a sold-out show at London’s Omeara on November 22nd. Alongside his headline UK and EU run in November, the band will support Peter, Bjorn and John on a selection of their North American dates into December and will be supporting Aurora on their North American tour in early 2019. Full tour details below.

The release of “See Me” follows the recent audio and video EP, Live At St Luke’s which was released in September – listen HERE. The EP features three tracks from his debut album Wild Alee performed live at one of his two sold-out dates at Cork’s beautiful Live At St Luke’s venue in December 2017. The videos – directed by Brendan Canty of Feel Good Lost – capture the intimacy and energy of the full six-piece band’s live show. Watch one of the videos for “Your Love Is An Island” HERE.

Talos Tour Dates:

11/17- The Poetry Club, Glasgow

11/19- Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds

11/20- Soup Kitchen, Manchester

11/22- Omeara, London

11/23- Rough Trade, Bristol

11/25- Green Door Store, Brighton

11/26- Olympic Cafe, Paris

11/27- Club Nine, TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht

11/28- Kantine Am Berghain, Berlin

11/29- Haldern Pop Bar, Haldern

12/01- Bowery Ballroom, New York *

12/02- Rock & Roll Hotel, Washington DC *

12/04- The Velvet Underground, Toronto *

12/05- Lincoln Hall, Chicago *

12/07- Marty’s On Newport, Tustin *

12/08- Teragram Ballroom, Los Angeles *

12/09- The Independent, San Francisco *

12/10- School Night, Los Angeles

12/21 Dolan’s Warehouse, Limerick

12/22- Roisin Dubh, Galway

12/26- Connolly’s, Leap

12/30- Connolly’s, Leap

2/13- Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver #

2/14- The Showbox, Seattle #

2/15- Wonder Ballroom, Portland #

2/17- The Regency Ballroom, San Francisco #

2/20- The Fonda Theatre, Los Angeles #

2/22- The Observatory North Park, San Diego #

2/23- Valley Bar, Phoenix #

2/25- Bluebird Theater, Denver #

2/27- First Avenue, Minneapolis #

3/01- Metro, Chicago #

3/02- Danforth Music Hall, Toronto #

3/03- Corona Theatre, Montreal #

3/05- Royale, Boston #

3/07- Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn #

3/09- Union Transfer, Philadelphia #

3/10- Lincoln Theatre, Washington, DC #

* with Peter, Bjorn and John

#  with Aurora

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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