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WATCH: Marnie Stern - Immortals
Laurie Tuffrey , March 27th, 2013 06:48

New video from The Chronicles Of Marnia LP

Last week, ace New York singer-songwriter Marnie Stern released her fourth album, The Chronicles Of Marnia, and she's just made a video of LP cut 'Immortals' available - watch above.

Stern's also announced a UK tour for May and June - date below:

Thu 30 - Hare & Hounds, Birmingham
Fri 31 - Queens Social Club, Sheffield

Sat 1 - Ruby Lounge, Manchester
Sun 2 - Broadcast, Glasgow
Mon 3 - Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Tue 4 - Louisiana, Bristol
Wed 5 - The Garage, London
Sat 29 - Corsica Studios, London

The album marked a change in direction sonically for Stern, enlisting a producer, Nicholas Vernhes, for the first time, as well as getting Oneida's Kid Millions in on the drums. In our interview last week, Stern said: "Everything I chose was meant to change the direction a little bit. Zach [Hill, previous drummer, now playing with Death Grips] and I had pretty similar tastes so that we would agree on most stuff. So, getting Nicholas was a big deal because I had never worked with a producer. Also, I was trying to get better with conflict and saying 'no' when I don’t like things. On my first or second record, even if I was completely dissatisfied I would have gone along with things, just because that is my nature. As it was my fourth, I argued with everybody in there. Even though I wanted to change, I had this feeling in my stomach about whether it was a good idea."

Read the rest of the interview here.

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