“There’s more possibility than ever.”
“I am in constant awe of Longstreth’s fearlessness and skill”
After a split from partner and bandmate Amber Coffman, Dirty Projectors’ David Longstreth channelled heartbreak into visceral, rhythmic and textural art.
Their first new music since 2012.
Heathcliff Beru has apologised and resigned stating he’s going to get treatment for drug and alcohol abuse.
With their latest studio effort Swing Lo Magellan still fresh from the print, the Dirty Projectors have announced their long-awaited return to Australia for a run of festival appearances. The tour will see the band hit Hobart’s Mona Foma festival before making its way up to Melbourne, where you can catch them at Sugar Mountain.
The Brooklyn based band of sonic gypsies are heading down under, and we can’t fucking wait. On the back of the critically lauded Bitte Orca, David Longstreth has decided to bring his band of ever changing sonic gypsies to our shores for a small tour as well as appearances at QLD’s Lost Weekend Festival and