WATCH // Julianna Barwick Premieres “The Harbinger” Video, West Coast Tour Starts Friday

Julianna Barwick has had a busy Fall releasing her new album Nepenthe, opening for Sigur Ros on their North American tour, and playing the opening night party of Pitchfork Festival Paris just a few weeks ago.

Today, she releases the second music video from her debut album, Nepenthe, for the song “The Harbinger”. The video, made with her constant collaborator, director Derrick Belcham and premiered today on Pitchfork, beautifully captures the song’s celestial qualities and can be seen above or here on our Youtube channel.

On the video, director Belcham notes, “The video illustrates a moment in which an individual makes a sudden choice which they know will change their life forever, for better or worse, and the freedom that this affords them, liberating or oppressive. It is a non-linear illustration of catharsis.”

Click read more to see Belcham’s other videos he has produced with Julianna and ticket links to Julianna’s West Coast tour dates including a stop at The Flaming LipsWomb Gallery in Oklahoma City.

Julianna Barwick – “Crystal Lake (Live At Judson Church)” by Derrick Belcham

Julianna Barwick – “The Harbinger” for La Blogotheque filmed by Derrick Belcham

TOUR DATES:

11/15 | Lincoln, NE – Vega
11/16 | Denver, CO – Leon Gallery
11/18 | Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court
11/19 | Boise, ID – The Crux
11/21 | Vancouver, BC – St. James Hall
11/22 | Seattle, WA – Fremont Abbey *
11/23 | Portland, OR - Old Church *
11/26 | San Francisco, CA – The Chapel ^
11/27 | Visalia, CA – The Cellar Door
11/29 | Los Angeles, CA – The Church on York ^
11/30 | San Diego, CA – Luce Loft ^
12/01 | Phoenix, AZ – Crescent Ballroom
12/02 | Albuquerque, NM – Immanuel Presbyterian Church w/ Immanuel
12/03 | Marfa, TX – Highland Annex
12/05 | Austin, TX – The Parish
12/06 | Dallas, TX – Old Bowling Alley of Sons of Hermann Hall
12/07 | Oklahoma City, OK - Womb Gallery

* = w/Hannah Epperson
^ = w/Mark McGuire

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