Aussies Abroad: Melbourne songstress Gabriella Cohen to hit North America next week

Set to play the Windmill in London tonight, November 2nd, Melbourne Songstress Gabriella Cohen is about to make tracks from the UK to North America as she continues on her A Crepe And A Night Cap World Tour, which has seen her travel around the UK for the last week.

She’ll play The Echo in Los Angeles on November 7th, before heading to New York, and then Toronto and Montreal in Canada – the latter being for the annual M For Montreal festival and conference. She’ll then arrive back in Australia for shows with Julia Jacklin and a couple of festival. Jacklin is also currently conquering the world.

The shows come off the back off her new single “Downtown”, which has been taken off her debut album Full Closure & No Details. Listen to it here and then the dates are below:

Gabriella Cohen World Tour Dates

Wednesday 2nd November, London, UK – Windmill

Monday 7th November, Los Angeles, CA – The Echoplex (Monday Night Residency w/ Fatal Jamz)
Wednesday 10th November, New York, NY – The Mercury Lounge
Friday 12th November, Brooklyn, NY – Alphaville
Tuesday 15th November, Toronto, ON – Horseshoe (Nu Music Night)
Saturday 19th November, Montreal, QC – Quai Des Brume (M For Montreal) (With Alex Calder)

Thursday 17th November, Brisbane, Australia – Foundry (supporting Julia Jacklin)
Wednesday 23rd November, Adelaide, Australia – Jive (supporting Julia Jacklin)
Thursday 24th November, Melbourne, Australia – Howler (supporting Julia Jacklin)
Friday 25th November, Lake Mountain, Australia – Paradise Music Festival
Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th November, Queenscliff, Australia – Queenscliff Music festival
Friday 9th December, Sydney, Australia – Oxford Art Factory (supporting Julia Jacklin)

For tickets and more details about all shows, please head to her Facebook Page.

Full Closure and No Details was released in North America on Friday 14th of October via Dot Dash / Captured Tracks. It’s also available now in Australia.


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