Laura Gibson reveals video for "Two Kids", US tour dates . . . ·20 Sep 2016·
Today Laura Gibson shares a video for her track "Two Kids." The video was directed by Ben Fee, who's created videos for Band of Horses, the Lumineers, Sally Fields and A$AP Rocky among others. He notes, "I wanted something that's very literal, abstract and weird at the same time... Laura's music has always been emotionally complex-driven with momentum and mood into very unique places. So I felt our video should be as complex and multi-layered as her music."
"Two Kids" premiered via Ghettoblaster Magazine, and Laura told the magazine "'Two Kids' arose from a challenge I gave myself: to write a love song that was the pure 'I'll lose myself for you' kind of love song. Every song I've ever written has something to do with love, but generally it's the difficulty of love I feel compelled to explore. Writing about myself, a women, in this particular moment and culture, I found I was shying away from those love sentiments that might be taken needy or weak or co-dependent, avoiding wide-eyed naivety, and always writing from the perspective of wise observer. But that feeling, 'I would give up everything for this person' is a real thing, isn't it?" You can read the full Q&A here.
Laura Gibson shares video for "Not Harmless" + tour dates . . . ·01 Apr 2016·
Laura Gibson is happy to share the video for "Not Harmless," a track off her album Empire Builder, which is out today. "Not Harmless" premiered via Brooklyn Vegan who stated, "it's clear that her songwriting is as sharp as ever, if not even a little better."
Laura will be touring the US and Europe in support of Empire Builder and in addition to her already-announced Spring tour she has now confirmed a tour as the support for David Bazan. The dates kick off June 8 in Spokane, WA and conclude July 3 in Ottawa, ON. All tour dates are listed here.
Laura Gibson debuts video for title track from new album . . . ·08 Mar 2016·
Laura Gibson will be releasing new album Empire Builder on April 1. Today she reveals the title track via a compelling video, shot herself while traveling on the Empire Builder and Lake Shore Limited Amtrak trains. The footage moves from Portland, Oregon to New York City within the span of the five-minute song, showcasing the dramatic shifts of landscapes, which interact with the song's lyrics. Edited by Kelly Lyon, it debuted on NPR who called the song, "a moving tale, emotionally and literally."
Laura Gibson announces new album . . . ·20 Jan 2016·