Goldfrapp Confirmed To Play Coachella April 25
In praise of a recent sold-out show at Union Chapel in London, The Observer said, "Alison's voice ranges from breathy to soaring, redemptive. This is bold stuff." Prior to the U.S. shows, Goldfrapp will also appear on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" on April 22 and KCRW's "Morning Becomes Eclectic" on April 23.
Additionally, an exclusive digital-only single for "Happiness" will be made available on April 22. The single features remixes of "Happiness" by Metronomy and Beyond the Wizards Sleeve, a remix of "Monster Love" by Spiritualized, a remix of "Eat Yourself" by Yeasayer, as well as an acoustic version of "Road To Somewhere." A live version of "Happiness" from Goldfrapp's Union Chapel show will be available exclusively on iTunes.
Available now on Mute Records, Seventh Tree is described by Q Magazine as "The Beatles channeling Lewis Carroll…A joyful stomp." The new album, which debuted at number two on the U.K. album charts, arrives on the heels of Goldfrapp's third album, Supernature, which enjoyed international chart success selling over one million copies worldwide and earning two GRAMMY® nominations. Seventh Tree's first single "A&E" is available now for download and purchase in stores.
Goldfrapp are Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory. Their debut album Felt Mountain was released in 2000 to widespread acclaim and was shortlisted for the prestigious Mercury Prize in 2001. Goldfrapp's second album Black Cherry followed in 2003 and marked a stylistic departure from its predecessor. In 2005, Goldfrapp returned with the critically-acclaimed and GRAMMY®-nominated album Supernature.
Track Listing for "Happiness" Digital-Only Single:
1. Happiness (Single Version)
2. Road To Somewhere (Acoustic Version)
3. Monster Love (Goldfrapp Vs Spiritualized)
4. Eat Yourself (Yeasayer Remix)
5. Happiness (Metronomy Remix)
6. Happiness (Beyond The Wizards Sleeve Re-Animation)
Goldfrapp Spring U.S. Tour Dates:
April 25 Coachella Festival – Empire Polo Grounds - Indio, CA
April 26 Warfield theater - San Francisco, CA
April 29 Beacon theater - New York, NY
British Singer Rita Ora Joins 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' Two Charged With Stealing Roof From Paul Walker's Crashed Porsche