WATCH THE VISUALIZER HERE
BAILEN’s Tired Hearts Club Tour Headed For XPoNential Music Festival, Austin City Limits Festival, Support Dates with Tash Sultana and Myriad UK Shows
BAILEN, siblings Daniel, David, and Julia Bailen, have shared “Love You Blind” (Windowsill Version), an exquisitely re-imagined take of a stand-out track from the group’s acclaimed sophomore album, Tired Hearts. Watch the “Love You Blind” (Windowsill Version) visualizer HERE. The delicate and aching ‘Windowsill’ interpretation is available alongside the original album track as 2-track digital release, listen HERE.
Bailen on “Love You Anyway” (Windowsill Version):
“We re-imagined “Love You Blind” because it had originally been written like a folk song and we wanted both the harder hitting version from the record and this softer, sensitive version to exist in the world. This song is about loving imperfectly — it’s about abandoning blind patriotism and allegiance and replacing it with something more nuanced and truthful. Our goal with “Love You Blind (Windowsill Version) was to make you feel like you’re lost in thought staring out of a wide-open expanse. We hope it feels as timeless to you as it does to us.”
The band is currently in the midst of the Tired Hearts Club Tour which features upcoming stops at XPonential Music Festival in Camden, NJ on September 23, Austin City Limits Fest in Austin, TX on October 6 and 13, and dates supporting Tash Sultana before a run of UK shows beginning October 29 in Manchester, England.
On Tired Hearts, Daniel, David, and Julia BAILEN deliver an alluring set of songs that navigates the space between the heart’s expectation and the head’s sober reality. At times both intricate and playful, measured and elaborate, the album’s 12 original songs wrestle with an uncertain future where ethics and morality—both communal and personal—are constantly shifting.
Produced by Brad Cook (Bon Iver, Waxahatchee) and BAILEN, and mixed by Lars Stalfors (Soccer Mommy, St. Vincent, Local Natives) Tired Hearts’ taut, synth-driven tracks are centered around BAILEN’s radiant harmonies and adventurous arrangements furthering the group’s exhilarating avant-pop evolution.
BAILEN ON TOUR:
Sep 23 – Camden, NJ – XPoNential Music Festival
Sep 27 – New Orleans, LA – Fillmore New Orleans (supporting Tash Sultana)
Sep 29 – Houston, TX – 713 Music Hall (supporting Tash Sultana)
Sep 30 – Irving, TX – The Pavilion At Toyota Music Factory (supporting Tash Sultana)
Oct 03 – Ashville, NC – Rabbit Rabbit (supporting Tash Sultana)
Oct 04 – Huntsville, AL – Mars Music Hall (supporting Tash Sultana)
Oct 06 – Austin, TX – Austin City Limits Fest (supporting Tash Sultana)
Oct 13 – Austin, TX – Austin City Limits Fest
Oct 29 – Manchester, UK – YES (Basement)
Oct 30 – Leeds, UK – Hyde Park Book Club
Oct 31 – Glasgow, UK – The Glad Cafe
Nov 02 – Dublin, IE – The Workman’s Cellar
Nov 03 – Liverpool, UK – The New Jimmy’s
Nov 04 – Birmingham, UK – The Sunflower Lounge
Nov 05 – Bristol, UK – The Louisiana
Nov 06 – London, UK – Omeara