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Mick Harvey

Album Of Duets — Out Now

MICK HARVEY & AMANDA ACEVEDO PHANTASMAGORIA IN BLUE

THEIR ALBUM OF DUETS, OUT NOW ON MUTE 

LISTEN TO ‘SONG FOR THE SIREN

UK TOUR STARTS THIS WEEK

WATCH MICK & AMANDA DISCUSS THEIR COLLABORATION HERE

MICK HARVEY – UK TOUR DATES

With Amanda Acevedo, J.P. Shilo and Sometimes with Others

13 Sep – Leeds, Old Woollen

14 Sep – London, St John on Bethnal Green

15 Sep – Cardiff, The Gate

16 Sep – Colchester, Art Centre

17 Sep – Liverpool, IWF Substation

18 Sep – Dublin, Grand Social 

19 Sep – Belfast, Black Box

20 Sep – Glasgow, Mono

22 Sep – Oslo, Haerverk – with J.P. Shilo 

23 Sep – Oslo, Haerverk – with J.P. Shilo 

26 Sep – Antwerp, Dinsdag Club

Mick Harvey & Amanda Acevedo’s debut collaborative album, Phantasmagoria in Blue, is out now on vinyl, CD and digitally via Mute, and the duo launch their UK tour on Wednesday 13 September with a performance in Leeds before dates across the UK, Ireland, Norway and Belgium.

The new album, Phantasmagoria in Blue, is a 14-track album of duets, with Harvey and Acevedo bringing new life to songs which were sourced from existing duets, songs that were never intended as duets, translations from Spanish, songs sung in Spanish, and a sprinkling of original compositions, featuring tracks such as ‘Love is a Battlefield, ‘Milk & Honey, ‘Creators of Rain’, ‘Phantasmagoria in 2’ and ‘Song for the Siren’.

The release will be followed by Harvey and Acevedo’s first UK dates together, where they will be joined by J.P. Shilo and Berlin band Sometimes with Others for a musical phantasmagoria, presented as the Invisible Blue Unicorns – full details and ticket links can be found here.

Watch a short film of Mick Harvey and Amanda Acevedo discuss their collaboration:

Amanda Acevedo met Mick Harvey several years ago in Mexico City while Harvey was on tour with P.J. Harvey, but it wasn’t until 2021 that their current project burst into life, as the pair shared musical and other ideas across the oceans and through the ether between Australia and Mexico. After Acevedo initially suggested the collaboration, Harvey sent over some ideas and, Acevedo explains, “The first recording we did was amazing, our voices matched very well”. Harvey expands, “…little by little it started to feel like something that could be an important project and gradually became the dominant focus for the following 18 months”

Following their initial long distance collaborative work, Harvey and Acevedo met up in Los Angeles so they could continue work in person. Harvey explains, “We aimed big, I wanted it to be a big production to match the level of ambition in the whole idea. I think it’s one of the best things I’ve been involved in, for a long time”. In LA they worked with Alain Johannes (Eleven, Mark Lanegan, Queens of the Stone Age), recording most of the vocals at Norm Block’s Happy Ending studios in Silverlake. Late in 2022 they continued work in Melbourne, while also playing some shows in Australia together with J.P. Shilo (Hungry Ghosts, Rowland S. Howard) who is also featured on the album playing guitar and miscellaneous instruments. Harvey finished mixing the album, and coordinated the mastering with local legend Mikey Young, before Acevedo returned to Mexico.

Phantasmagoria in Blue is lush and sweeping in its emotional content and full of nourishment for the imagination and the senses, reworking and reinterpreting songs from artists as varied as Tim Buckley, Luis Eduardo Aute, Sibylle Baier, Silvio Rodriguez and Pat Benatar. Says Avecedo, “It was an unlikely connection and a very unlikely situation but it started working and has developed into a good friendship that I’m very grateful for. The album is a testimony to this.”

Pre-order the album: https://mute.ffm.to/mhaa_pib 

Phantasmagoria in Blue tracklisting

Creators of Rain
Indian Summer
I Lost Something in the Hills
Song to the Siren
Milk & Honey
Love is a Battlefield
Al Alba
The Decadence of Lust
Phantasmagoria in 2
The Blue Unicorn
She Won’t
Trapeze
The One & Only (Phantasmagory)
You Got Me Singing

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