Snail Mail, the undertaking of singer-songwriter Lindsey Jordan, introduced her distinctive model of emotive indie rock to The Tonight Present Friday, performing the music “Glory” off her critically acclaimed sophomore LP, Valentine.
Backed by her band, Jordan displayed her guitar chops as she ran by means of the music, which paperwork a sense of helplessness whereas trapped in a codependent relationship. “You owe me/You personal me,” she sings. “I might by no means harm you, my love/You realize me.”
The New York-based singer dropped Valentine — which Rolling Stone referred to as an album stuffed with “amped-up pop choruses, refined sense of melody, and hints of all the things from Blood Orange-inspired R&B to classic mid-century torch balladry” — late final yr. It was accompanied by a slew of singles, together with title monitor “Valentine,” the weak dancefloor-ready “Ben Franklin,” and the breezy breakup anthem “Madonna.”
“On Valentine, there’s a superb quantity of actual skilled loss and grownup harm,” the singer stated of the album in an interview with Rolling Stone final yr. “It hits me within the guts in a approach that feels actually on level proper now with the place I’m at emotionally.”
Snail Mail is about to embark upon a tour of the U.Ok. and Europe, with a short cease in Japan to carry out on the nation’s famed Fuji Rock competition. Jordan will return to the U.S. in August for a short tour of the East Coast and Midwest, kicking off Aug. 12 in Windfall, Rhode Island and wrapping up Sept. 24 in Atlantic Metropolis, New Jersey.
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