Worriers release new single ‘Future Me’ and announce Australia tour in September

Just in time for their summer headlining tour, Brooklyn-turned-Philly residents Worriers have released a new song entitled Future Me. The song is taken from their forthcoming SideOneDummy Records debut due later this year, and serves as the follow-up to 2015’s Imaginary Life, a razor-edged protest album that questioned punk ideals in an age of gender revolution.

Future Me is available on all digital platforms HERE

 

 

A coffee place where you first met.
A song that used to be “ours.”
A subway stop where you read th​at​ last text.

Looking backwards can be jarring; the sudden realization of how far removed you’ve become from things that you thought would hold meaning forever.

In their new single, the first track off a forthcoming album on SideOneDummy, Worriers’ Lauren Denitzio tackles these moments that feel as though they were plucked from an entirely different lifetime. Future Me views the nostalgia of a past life through the perspective of present day, recognizing what the narrator has overcome and what those experiences have taught them.

Packed with a powerful hook and a chorus that refuses to leave your head, Denitizio manages to channel wistfulness and hope equally, in a way that you can’t help but relate to. “Should have left, should have settled for lonely,” as they succinctly put it – something that anyone who has experienced heartbreak has felt at one time.

In addition to being an accomplished musician for over a decade, Lauren is also a gifted artist and writer, with an MFA in Fine Arts from Parsons and a BFA in Illustration from the Rhode Island School of Design. The longtime Brooklyn resident, who recently migrated to Philadelphia, has shown at galleries throughout the United States and has done international residencies in Berlin and Reykjavik. Worriers and Lauren have received praise from numerous notable publications including NPR, Pitchfork, New York Times, Village Voice and MSNBC, and have toured with Against Me!, Julien Baker and John K. Samson among others.

Kicking off in mid-July, Worriers will embark on a full U.S. headlining tour, bringing along
Camp Cope, Typesetter and Chris Farren for support.

Worriers will be touring Australia in September for Weekender Fest and supporting Camp Cope on their headlining Australian tour dates. Full tour dates below.

 

AUSTRALIAN TOUR DATES:

Friday September 15 – Weekender Fest, Melbourne SELLING FAST
Tickets via Weekender Fest

Tuesday September 19 – The Basement, Canberra*
Tickets from the venue

Wednesday September 20 – Uni Bar, Wollongong*
Tickets from the venue

Friday September 22 – Red Rattler, Sydney* SOLD OUT
Tickets from Poison City

Saturday September 23 – The Zoo, Brisbane*
Tickets from the venue

*= w/ Camp Cope

Tickets on sale now

 

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