"Our mainland EU shows in the first week of February are not able to go ahead. Most of them were not allowed due to restrictions and it is financially impossible to do the couple that we allowed on their own.
We are rescheduling Paris and Brussels - hold on to your tickets and stay tuned for announcements of new dates - but sadly we have to cancel our shows in Luxembourg, Lausanne, Salzburg, Bratislava and Warsaw. Tickets for those shows will be refunded. We're very sad to not be able to make those shows happen and hope we can see you soon."
Caribou will play on February 5th 2022 at Stodoła, Warsaw. The Canadian multi-instrumentalist, producer, vocalist and ... mathematician will play in Warsaw, promoting his latest album.
In 2014 Dan Snaith aka Caribou released “Our Love” to overwhelming critical acclaim and top 5 ‘Album of the Year’ positions for the likes of The Guardian, Mixmag, Loud & Quiet and NME. A few years ago “Swim” was acclaimed as one of the best albums of 2010. Singles “Odessa” and “Sun” are still one of the biggest alternative hits. In 2020 Caribou returned with “Suddenly”, a warm, untameable and constantly surprising album about family and the changes we go through as those relationships evolve.
As with previous Caribou albums, „Suddenly” was mined from hundreds of draft ideas (this time over 900). “I record music every day, and I love it - as much or more than I have always done. I feel very lucky - the thrill has never, ever left me,” Snaith says.
There are a few subtle differences in the process that set „Suddenly” apart from any other Caribou albums. For the first time ever Snaith sings on every single track. “I’m not a strong singer”, he admits with humility. „It’s taken me a long time to build the confidence and find a way to sing my songs that I can live with”. On the album, there is one other voice, a very special guest contribution – Snaith’s mum.
General sales start on August 27, 2021 at 12:00. For artist’s request, ticket price includes 5 PLN uplift for local environmental charity.