Shopping announce new album “All Or Nothing”

Shopping announce “All Or Nothing“, their new album out 7th February on FatCat Records, and present the video for lead single, “Initiative.” Following 2018’s “The Official Body“, the songs that make up “All or Nothing” are the band’s boldest yet; confident, elastic, streamlined grooves that crackle with energy and intention. The trio’s vision – deeply queer; political by default – place them in a radical lineage of dance, a continuum connecting disco and post-punk to Chicago house.

Alongside the new album / single, Shopping have also announced a huge series of UK and North American tour dates starting in London with a series of Rough Trade in-stores and ending in Germany on 23rd May. The band will also play an intimate headline show at The Lexington in London on 5th May – full list of dates below…

Storming lead single “Initiative” was written in a Seattle basement. Like the album as a whole, the track thrums with purpose, marking a confident new phase for the band. Referencing governments who shirk responsibilities but place the blame on individuals, the song has a frustrated groove that’s propelling, motivated by necessity to keep going against the grain. The accompanying video, directed by Jack Barraclough, is brightly-stylized, and stars the band themselves.





7th Feb – London @ Rough Trade East

9th Feb – Bristol @ Rough Trade

10th Feb – Nottingham @ Rough Trade

US / Canada (March – April):

w/ support from Automatic

5th March – Portland, OR @ Mississippi Studios

6th March – Seattle, WA @ Sunset Tavern

7th March – Vancouver, BC @ The Biltmore

9th March – Reno, NV @ Holland Project

10th March – San Francisco, CA @ Rickshaw Stop

11th March – Los Angeles, CA @ 1720

12th March – San Diego, CA @ UCSD

14th March – Tucson, AZ @ Club Congress (Spring Thing)

16th March – 21st March – SXSW

23rd March – Tallahassee, FL @ The Bark

24th March – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade – Purgatory

25th March – Durham, NC @ The Pinhook

26th March – Washington, DC @ DC9

27th March – Philadelphia, PA @ Boot & Saddle

28th March – Brooklyn, NY @ Elsewhere

29th March – Portsmouth, NH @ The Press Room

31st March – Toronto, ON @ The Monarch

2nd April – Detroit, MI @ Deluxx Fluxx

3rd April – Fort Wayne, IN @ The Brass Rail

4th April – Chicago, IL @ Subterranean

5th April – Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry

7th April – St. Louis, MO @ Sinkhole

8th April – Lawrence, KS @ White Schoolhouse

9th April – Denver, CO @ Hi Dive

10th April – Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court

UK/EU (May):

5th May – London, UK @ The Lexington – Tickets

6th May – Paris, FR @ Supersonic – Free Entry

8th May – Utrecht, NL @ ACU – Tickets

9th May – Hamburg, DE @ Molotow (SkyBar)

10th May – Copenhagen, DK @ VEGA Ideal Bar – Tickets

11th May – Berlin, DE @ Urban Spree – Tickets

14th May – Vienna, AT @ Fluc Café – Tickets

15th May – Prague, CZ @ Meetfactory – Tickets

16th May – Munich, @ Milla – Tickets

17th May – Bern, CH @ Reitschule/Rössli – Tickets

19th May – Winterhur, CH @ Albani – Tickets

21st May – Luxembourg, LU @ De Gudde Wellen – Tickets

22nd May – Cologne, DE @ Venue TBA

23rd May – Offenbach, DE @ Hafen 2

Album Art


1. All Or Nothing

2. Initiative

3. Follow Me

4. No Apologies

5. For Your Pleasure

6. About You

7. Lies

8. Expert Advice

9. Body Clock

10. Trust In Us

About RJ Frometa

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