STILL WOOZY PREMIERES NEW SINGLE + VIDEO “THAT’S LIFE”

One of the most inventive and multifaceted new voices in the alt-pop world, Still Woozy returns today with his sweetly lovesick new track “That’s Life.” Released via Still Woozy Productions/Interscope Records and available at all digital retailers. “That’s Life” is the fourth single from Still Woozy’s forthcoming full-length debut, If This Isn’t Nice, I Don’t Know What Is. The album is due out on August 13 — go HERE to pre-order now. And watch the video for “That’s Life” HERE.

Wrapped in a glistening exterior, “That’s Life” captures the sensation of riding out life’s highs and lows. In creating the track, the Portland-based singer/songwriter/producer otherwise known as Sven Gamsky merged lush beats, big bass grooves, and heart-on-sleeve lyrics delivered in his tender vocals. The result is a bittersweet song revealing Still Woozy’s gift for spinning painful feelings into bright and sunny melody.

“This song is my attempt to make peace with life’s inconsistencies,” says Still Woozy.

Along with “That’s Life,” If This Isn’t Nice, I Don’t Know What Is will feature several previously released singles, including “Kenny” (hailed by Wonderland Magazine as “an intimate and imbued soundscape, filled with alt-pop sensibilities and chilled out vocals”), “Rocky” (a track that inspired This Song Is Sick to proclaim: “When it comes to the momentous lo-fi/indie pop boom that’s happening right now, Still Woozy is at the head of the pack”), and “Window” (praised by Earmilk as a “promising first step of the new decade that expands on his groovy DIY aesthetic while maintaining a touching intimacy”).

Tracklist for If This Isn’t Nice, I Don’t Know What Is by Still Woozy:

1) Woof  
2) Rocky 
3) That’s Life 
4) Woopie 
5) Get By 
6) Before You Were Mine 
7) Drake 
8) Window 
9) Kenny 
10) Get Down 
11) All Along 
12) WTF 
13) These Days

Still Woozy has also just announced a tour of North America and Europe kicking off this fall, with tickets on sale this Friday, June 25, at 10 a.m. local time. See below for the full list of tour dates including already announced festivals Life Is Beautiful, Firefly and BUKU. Tickets can be purchased at https://www.woozystill.com/

2021

Sept. 14                Tucson, AZ                          Rialto Theatre*

Sept. 15                Flagstaff, AZ                       Orpheum Theater*

Sept. 17                Phoenix, AZ                        The Van Buren*

Sept. 19                Las Vegas, NV                    Life Is Beautiful Festival

Sept. 21                Los Angeles, CA                The Novo*

Sept. 25                Dover, DE                            Firefly Music Festival

Oct. 22-23            New Orleans, LA               BUKU: Planet B Fest

2022

Jan. 13                   San Francisco, CA             The Warfield Theatre^

Jan. 16                  Pomona, CA                       The Fox Theater^

Jan. 17                  San Diego, CA                    The Observatory North Park^

Jan. 20                   San Antonio, TX                Paper Tiger^

Jan. 21                   Austin,TX                             Stubbs^

Jan. 22                   Houston, TX                        White Oak Music Hall^

Jan. 23                   Dallas, TX                             South Side Music Hall ^

Jan. 26                   Atlanta, GA                         The Eastern^

Jan. 28                   Asheville, NC                      The Orange Peel^

Jan. 29                   Nashville, TN                      Marathon Music Works^

Jan. 31                  Washington DC                 9:30 Club^

Feb. 1                    Washington DC                 9:30 Club^

Feb. 2                    Brooklyn, NY                      Brooklyn Steel^

Feb. 4                    Philadelphia, PA                Franklin Music Hall^

Feb. 5                    Brooklyn, NY                      Brooklyn Steel^

Feb. 8                    Boston, MA                        Royale^

Feb. 9                    Boston, MA                        Royale^

Feb. 11                  Montreal, QC                     L’Olympia^

Feb. 12                  Toronto, ON                       Queen Elizabeth Theatre^

Feb. 13                  Pittsburgh, PA                   Stage AE^

Feb. 15                  Royal Oak, MI                    Royal Oak Music Theatre^

Feb. 16                  Cleveland, OH                    Agora Theatre^

Feb. 18                  Columbus, OH                   Newport Music Hall^

Feb. 19                  Chicago, IL                           The Riviera Theatre^

Feb. 20                  Madison, WI                       The Sylvee^

Feb. 22                  Minneapolis, MN             First Avenue^

Feb. 24                 Denver, CO                         The Mission Ballroom^

Feb. 25                 Salt Lake City, UT              The Complex^

Feb. 26                  Boise, ID                               Knitting Factory^

Feb. 27                  Eugene, OR                         The McDonald Theatre^

Mar. 1                   Portland, OR                       Crystal Ballroom^

Mar. 2                   Portland, OR                       Crystal Ballroom^

Mar. 3                   Seattle, WA                        Showbox SoDo^

Mar. 4                   Seattle, WA                        Showbox SoDo^

Mar. 5                   Vancouver, BC                   Vogue Theatre^

Mar.20                  Berlin, Germany               Hole 44+

Mar.21                  Cologne, Germany          Luxor+

Mar.22                  Amsterdam, NL                 Paradiso Noord+

Mar.24                  Brussels, Belgium             AB Club+

Mar.25                 Paris, France                      La Bellevilloise+

Mar.27                  Brighton, UK                      Chalk+

Mar.28                  London, UK                         Electric Ballroom+

Mar.30                  Manchester, UK                Gorilla+

Apr.01                   Bristol, UK                           Thekla+

Apr.02                   Birmingham, UK               02 Institute 2+

Apr.03                   Glasgow, UK                       SWG3 Warehouse+

About RJ Frometa

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