July Talk Drop Tracklisting, Tour Dates And New Video For ‘Push + Pull’

July Talk Push and Pull Video

July Talk are set to make their debut on the iHeartRadio MMVA stage on June 19 and to get us even more excited for what’s sure to be an explosive performance, the band has now released the video for their new single, “Push + Pull.”

The track is the lead single for Touch, the Toronto indie band’s follow-up to their 2012 critically acclaimed self-titled debut album.

Director Nadia Tan was behind the camera for “Push + Pull,” working with the group to highlight the meaning of the song.

Said Tan, “He (Peter Dreimanis) told me it was about Western excess, about our never-ending appetite, about the types of people who consume and consume and don’t know when to stop, about our irrational but constant need for more food, more mind-altering substances, more sex, more ‘likes’, more money, more things. I thought it would be interesting to try to capture these themes in the video through raw documentary-style footage showing various groups of people partaking in excess in different ways across North America over the course of one night.”

Shot in black and white in typical July Talk fashion, the video is comprised of a number of seemingly ordinary occurrences, with an aggressive performance from Dreimanis and shots of vocalist Leah Fay performing a contemporary dance routine mixed in.

In addition to the new video, July Talk have also released the tracklisting for Touch, which is set to be released on September 9. The 10-track album includes the songs “Picturing Love,” “Beck + Call,” “Strange Habit,” “Now I Know,” “Johnny + Mary,” “Push + Pull,” “Lola + Joseph,” “So Sorry,” “Jesus Said So,” and “Touch.”

July Talk will be hitting the road this summer to promote the new album, making their way across Europe and North America, including 12 Canadian dates.

Don’t miss July Talk when they perform at the 2016 iHeartRadio MMVAs.

June 11 Garrison Backlot Bash – Halifax, Canada
June 16 Canalside – Buffalo, NY
June 17 Burlington Sound Of Music – Burlington, Canada
June 18 Founder’s Festival – Grand Rapids, MI
June 19 iHeartRadio MMVAs – Toronto, Canada
June 23 Dragon Boat Festival – Ottawa, Canada
July 1 Chinguacousy Park, Brampton, Canada
July 2 Kee To Bala – Bala, Canada
July 16 Festival D’Ete de Quebec – Quebec City, Canada
July 24 Rock The Shores – Colwood, Vancouver Island, Canada
July 29 Osheaga – Parc Jean-Drapeau – Montreal, Canada
July 31 Area 506 Festival – Saint John, Canada
August 28 Alaska State Fair – Palmer, AK
September 3 XFest – Calgary, Canada
September 3 Sonic Boom Festival – Edmonton, Canada
September 7 Paradiso (upstairs room) – Amsterdam, Netherlands
September 8 Vera – Groningen, Netherlands
September 9 Applepop – Tiel, Netherlands
September 10 Atak (Saxion Hall) – Enschede, Netherlands
September 11 Rotown – Rotterdamn, Netherlands
September 13 King Tuts – Glasgow, United Kingdom
September 14 Sound Control Bar – Manchester, United Kingdom
September 15 Barfly – London, United Kingdom
September 17 Gleis 22 – Munster, Germany
September 19 Lido – Berlin, Germany
September 20 Strom – Munich, Germany
September 21 Schlachthof – Wiesbaden, Germany
September 22 Underground – Cologne, Germany
September 23 Reeperbahn Festival – Hamburg, Germany

Photo credit: Ty Snyden


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