Rolling Stone just premiered the video clip for ‘Soft Offering (For the Oft Suffering)’ we shot on Fogo Island:
The official release date for Second Sight in Australia, Germany and a few other territories is October 24. In the USA the album will be released January 27 but you can get a copy from the official band store right away if you can’t wait until the new year.
Our holiday home show and East Coast dates are all on sale!
Hey, welcome to the shiny new look & mobile-friendly heyrosetta.com! You can pre-order copies of Second Sight (available October 21 in Canada) right here on the main page or in the store section. A limited amount of the physical pre-orders for Second Sight (both CD, vinyl, and as part of a bundle) will be autographed, so don’t delay!
Check out the North American tour with STARS on the tour page and sign-up for the newsletter to get an mp3 of “Kintsukuroi” delivered to your inbox instantly, and tour updates as more shows are announced.
It’s official, Second Sight will be available October 21st and you can get the new single “Kintsukuroi” on iTunes now.
Hey Rosetta! will also join Stars on tour in the USA in the fall. Here’s the dates:
Nov 8: Portland, ME @ Port City Music Hall
Nov 9: Boston, MA @ Royale
Nov 12: Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
Nov 13: Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
Nov 14: Raleigh, NC @ Lincoln Theatre
Nov 15: Atlanta, GA @ The Loft
Nov 16: Nashville, TN @ Mercy Lounge
Nov 19: Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
Nov 21: Chicago, IL @ Vic Theatre
Nov 22: Detroit, MI @ Majestic Theatre
Nov 23: Buffalo, NY @ Tralf Music Hall
Check the tour date page for updates, ticket links and show other info.
Very pleased to announce that we will be performing at the Osheaga music festival in Montreal this August, with such fine acts as Outkast, Jack White, Arctic Monkeys and many more.
Find ticket information and complete line-up announcements here.
We’ve added 3 new items for the end of summer: A tote bag with “jars of fire flies” design. And a mens’ and womens’ “Tuckamore Tree” design. Tuckamore trees are native to Newfoundland. Buffeted by storms and onshore winds, coastal white spruce and balsam fir trees develop into a contorted tuckamore forest. The salt spray and desiccation kill exposed buds. Growth occurs only on the protected side of these trees, so they seem to lean away from the sea as they grow.