Musician Ezra Furman Unveils New Album, All of Us Flames, and Announces Tour Dates

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Singer and songwriter Ezra Furman has released his latest album, All of Us Flames, featuring a video of his new song, “Always in Sunset,” directed by Noel Paul. The LP will be launched on August 26 by Anti-.

In addition, the 35-year-old artist has announced several dates for a new tour.

“Always Sunset” comes after the previous songs “Book of Our Names” and “Point Me Toward the Real.” The latest album was produced by John Congleton.

“This is a first-person plural album. It’s a queer album for the stage of life when you start to understand that you are not a lone wolf but depend on finding your family, your people, how you work as part of a larger whole,” Furman said of the new album. “I wanted to make songs for use by threatened communities, and particularly the ones I belong to trans people and Jews.” 

A public statement from Furman reveals that All of Us is a part of a trilogy involving the Transangelic Exodus of 2018 and LP Twelve Nudes in 2019.

Check out this full tracklist for All of Us Flames: 

01 Train Comes Through

 02 Throne

 03 Dressed in Black

 04 Forever in Sunset

 05 Book Of Our Names

 06 Point Me Toward the Real

 07 Lilac and Black

 08 Ally Sheedy in The Breakfast Club

 09 Poor Girl A Long Way From Heaven

 10 Temple Of Broken Dreams

 11 I Saw the Truth Undressing

 12 Come Close

Check out these tour dates for Ezra Furman’s tour: 

05-19 Los Angeles, CA – Teragram Ballroom 

 05-21 San Francisco, CA – August Hall 

 05-23 Seattle, WA – The Crocodile 

 05-24 Vancouver, British Columbia – Hollywood Theatre 

 05-25 Portland, OR – Wonder Ballroom 

 05-26 Boise, ID – Visual Arts Collective 

 05-28 Denver, CO – Gothic Theatre 

 05-30 Des Moines, IA – Gas Lamp 

 05-31 Minneapolis, MN – Fine Line 

 06-01 Chicago, IL – Thalia Hall 

 06-09 Somerville, MA – Crystal Ballroom

 07-21 Valencia, Spain – Diversity Festival

 07-24 Hertfordshire, England – Standon Calling Festival

 08-14 Des Moines, IA – Val Air Ballroom 

 08-16 Milwaukee, WI – UWM Panther Arena 

 08-17 Indianapolis, IN – TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park 

 08-18 Crickhowell, Wales – Green Man Festival

 08-23 Edinburgh, UK – Edinburgh International Festival

 09-12 Montreal, Quebec – La Sala Rosa 

 09-13 Toronto, Ontario – Rec Room 

 09-14 Detroit, MI – The Loving Touch 

 09-15 Pittsburgh, PA – Mr. Smalls 

 09-16 Baltimore, MD – Ottobar 

 09-18 Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts 

 09-19 Providence, RI – Fete Ballroom 

 09-20 Boston, MA – The Sinclair 

 09-21 New York, NY – Webster Hall 

 09-22 Dover, DE – Firefly Festival 

 10-31 Bruges, Belgium – Cactus Club

 11-01 Paris, France – Le Trabendo

 11-02 Utrecht, Netherlands – Tivoli Vredenburg

 11-03 Hamburg, Germany – Uebel & Gefährlich

 11-05 Cologne, Germany – Kulturkirche

 11-06 Berlin, Germany – Festsaal Kreuzberg

 11-07 Prague, Czech Republic – Roxy

 11-08 Vienna, Austria – Arena Wien

 11-09 Graz, Ausria – Dom Im Berg

 11-12 Fribourg, Switzerland – Fri-Son

 11-13 Munich, Germany – Freiheitshalle

 11-14 Frankfurt, Germany – Zoom

 11-16 Brighton, England – St. George’s Church

 11-17 London, England – The Roundhouse

 11-19 Birmingham, England – The Mill

 11-21 Manchester, England – O2 Ritz


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