Mon Laferte Tickets On Sale Now for U.S. National Tour Behind New Album, “SEIS”
KICKING OFF SEPTEMBER 14 IN SEATTLE & HITTING THE WILTERN IN LOS ANGELES, OHANA FESTIVAL, TWO NIGHTS AT HOUSE OF BLUES IN CHICAGO, KINGS THEATRE IN BROOKLYN, AND MORE
“Mon Laferte infuses vintage styles with up-to-date sentiments and fierce attitude.” – Jon Pareles, The New York Times
“Her latest album, Seis, is her most intimate and courageous yet; tackling complex topics such as misogyny, repression, and injustice, inspired by her lived experiences.” – BBC Music
“She can transcend genre, transcend culture, and explore a lot of different styles” – NPR Music
“Vulnerable and commanding” – Billboard
Tickets for Chilean artist Mon Laferte‘s two-month tour of the U.S. are ON SALE NOW. The coast-to-coast run behind her recent album, SEIS will kick off September 14 in Seattle and head down the West Coast for shows at the famed Wiltern in Los Angeles and the Ohana Festival in Dana Point with Pearl Jam, Kings Of Leon, Sharon Van Etten, Maggie Rogers, My Morning Jacket, and more. The tour will then cross the country from Phoenix to Brooklyn wrapping back west in Tucson. A full list of tour dates can be found below.
SEIS is an intensely personal album inspired by a documentary about singer Chavela Vargas, who is best known for revolutionizing Mexican ranchera music. The songs were born during the global pandemic and heavy isolation, and include carefully crafted lyrics, brought forth from self-reflection, allowing Mon to explore her deepest feelings, leaving nothing but vulnerability at this rare time.
Rolling Stone called Mon’s powerful duet with Alejandro Fernandez, “Que Se Sepa Nuestro Amor,”theatrical,” adding, “Fernández and Laferte exchange operatic verses befit for a bodice-ripping romance novel.” Billboard said, “It’s the collaboration we didn’t know we needed… one of the most attractive pairings of the year.”
Discussing “La Mujer,” The New York Times said, “Mon Laferte infuses vintage styles with up-to-date sentiments and fierce attitude” and The New Yorker added, “Laferte channels [Chavela] Vargas’s ability to convey both fierce grit and shattered vulnerability.” Robin Hilton at NPR Music noted SEIS, “Reminded me of a Chilean Édith Piaf…It’s easy to imagine her performing these songs late at night in a little club somewhere.”
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