Moses Sumney Shares New Song & Visual for “Doomed” & Announces Upcoming Tour

Moses Sumney returns after the release of his Lamentations EP last September with a new single accompanied by a haunting visual and announcement of upcoming tour dates. The singer-songwriter continues to show his dark, mystical world with haunting operatic tone and finely-crafted sadness on “Doomed,” and the Allie Avital-directed visual goes along perfectly. Moses is seen floating in a deep blue swimming pod-like area among others, separated by glass. As the song spirals, more people eerily floating are shown. “Doomed” will appear on the soul singer’s forthcoming debut LP with his new label, Jagjaguwar, based out of Indiana. He has also announced a robust North American and Europe tour schedule, beginning in New Orleans and ending in Belgium. Watch the beautiful visuals above, and plan to see Moses during his tour with dates below.

06-30 New Orleans, LA @ Essence Festival
07-07 Winchester, England @ Blissfields Festival
07-08 London, England @ Somerset House
07-23 Los Angeles, CA @ FYF Fest
08-11 Brooklyn, NY @ BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival
09-02 Dorset, UK @ End of the Road Festival
09-22 San Diego, CA @ Irenic
09-24 Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Bowl
09-26 San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall
09-28 Seattle, WA @ Crocodile
09-29 Portland, OR @ Doug Fir Lounge
09-30 Vancouver, British Columbia @ St. James Hall
10-03 Minneapolis, MN @ Icehouse
10-04 Chicago, IL @ Old Town School of Folk
10-05 Toronto, Ontario @ Mod Club
10-09 Cambridge, MA @ Sinclair
10-11 Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
10-12 Philadelphia, PA @ First Unitarian Church
10-14 Asheville, NC @ Mothlight
10-15 Atlanta, GA @ Afropunk Festival
10-17 Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall
10-18 Austin, TX @ Parish
10-25 Los Angeles, CA @ Fonda Theatre
10-30 Brighton, England @ Komedia
10-31 London, England @ Islington Town Hall
11-02 Paris, France @ Pitchfork Music Festival
11-03 Bruges, Belgium @ Cactus Club
11-05 Eindhoven, Netherlands @ So What’s Next?
11-07 Cologne, Germany @ Kulturkirche
11-08 Prague, Czech Republic @ Meetfactory
11-09 Munich, Germany @ Ampere
11-12 Berlin, Germany @ Berghain Kantine
11-14 Copenhagen, Denmark @ Lille Vega
11-16 Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Vondelkerk
11-17 Luxembourg, LU @ Sonic Visions Festival
11-18 Hamburg, Germany @ Ãœberjazz Festival: Kampnagel K2
11-20 Brussels, Belgium @ Botanique – Rotunde

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