The Japanese House has announced a new UK tour

She'll hit the road this March, following the release of debut album 'Good At Falling'.

The Japanese House has announced a brand new tour for this March.

The run will follow on from the release of debut album ‘Good At Falling’, which is set to arrive on 1st March. Produced by The Japanese House (aka Amber Bain), BJ Burton (Low, Bon Iver, Francis and the Lights), and The 1975’s George Daniel, it follows up on her four previous EPs and includes the previously revealed ‘Lilo’ and ‘Follow My Girl’.

Kicking off in Brighton on 11th March, the tour will call off in Oxford, Leicester, Sheffield, Manchester and Edinburgh before finishing up at London’s Electric Ballroom.

You can check out the dates in full in the tweet below.

A press release describes how ‘Good at Falling’ “began as demos recorded by Bain on her laptop in her room in London, and was finished in studios across Wisconsin, Brussels and Oxford, by Bain, BJ Burton and George Daniel.”

“These songs are definitely more direct,” Amber explains. “The album has a lot more of me in it, so it makes sense.”

The tracklisting for ‘Good at Falling’ reads:

went to meet her (intro)
Maybe You’re the Reason
We Talk all the Time
You Seemed so Happy
Follow My Girl
Everybody Hates Me
Marika Is Sleeping
f a r a w a y
i saw you in a dream

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