Johanna Warren Announces New Album and Tour And Shares A New Single “I’d Be Orange”

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Johanna Warren, a singer-songwriter, has announced the release of her new album. Lessons for Mutants will be released on October 7th (through Wax Nine/Carpark). She’s also scheduled a North American and European tour, which will include appearances at the Pitchfork Music Festivals in London and Paris. The video for “I’d Be Orange,” directed by Warren and Richey Beckett, is included below.

Warren said of the new song in a statement.

“The only thing we love more than building up an icon is watching them fall—and yet, as an aspiring icon, even when you know that there’s still this perverse desire to be one of the chosen ones who gets pinned to the cross and set ablaze.”

Lessons for Mutants:

01 I’d Be Orange

02 Piscean Lover

03 Oaths

04 County Fair

05 Tooth for a Tooth

06 :/

07 Lessons for Mutants

08 Hi Res

09 Good Is Gone

10 Involvolus

Johanna Warren:

10-04 Seattle, WA – Here Aer

10-06 Portland, OR – Lollie Pop

10-08 Oakland, CA – Starline Social Club

10-09 Los Angeles, CA – Gold Diggers

10-13 Washington, D.C. – Quarry House

10-14 Pittsburgh, PA – Government Center

10-20 Cincinnati, OH – Motr

10-22 Brooklyn, NY – Trans Pecos

11-04 Milton Keynes, England – Craufurd Arms

11-05 Newcastle, England – Underground

11-06 Leeds, England – Oporto

11-07 Manchester, England – Yes (Basement)

11-09 Cambridge, England – The Portland Arms

11-10 Ramsgate, England – Ramsgate Music Hall

11-11 London, England – Pitchfork Music Festival London

11-13 Birmingham, England – Sunflower Lounge

11-14 Bristol, England – The Louisiana

11-15 Southampton, England – Joiners

11-16 Brighton, England – Komedia

11-17 Cardiff, Wales – Clwb Ifor Bach

11-19 Paris, France – Pitchfork Music Festival Paris