NEW Helado Negro Video for THERE MUST BE A SONG LIKE YOU plus Tour Update

After the release of his latest album, Far In, Helado Negro will be touring all over the world in 2022 with a stop at Pilsen’s Thalia Hall for a performance on May 9.

The new video for his song, “There Must Be A Song Like You” has just premiered as well.

Press Release

Helado Negro has announced an extensive world tour in support of his acclaimed new album ‘Far In.’ He will perform 25+ dates from Mexico across the U.S. and Europe next year. The tour announcement is accompanied by the release of an official live video for the recent single “There Must Be A Song Like You.”

‘Far In’ is Helado Negro’s first album on 4AD and the seventh full-length album in his catalog. When Roberto Carlos Lange began writing ‘Far In’ immediately following his breakthrough 2019 release ‘This is How You Smile,’ he could not have predicted that we would soon need to learn how to stay at home and be the stars of our domestic dance floors with intimates and online communities.

Escape is never out there, you have to go inward,” Roberto reflects on developing an epic Helado Negro double album during these extraordinary times, embracing the dark of the unknown with openness, pleasure, and growth. Throughout Roberto’s career, imagined beings, ghosts, and haunted machines appear in sci-fi stories and his own conjurings. On ‘Far In,’ Roberto says he “celebrates the ghosts,” embracing pleasure and freedom to follow the metaphysical further.

A significant portion of the new album was written in Marfa, Texas where Roberto and his partner, the visual artist Kristi Sword had originally planned to visit for a collaborative residency in early 2020. The pandemic extended their stay to six months. Roberto and Kristi are set to return to Marfa for Kite Symphony, a multidisciplinary exhibition that opens on January 22. The project features a newly commissioned film, outdoor composition, installation, and a special Earth Day performance on April 22. Sound is the throughline between these diverse elements of this long-term project.

2/3 – Pittsburgh, PA – Andy Warhol Museum (Songs For Marisol Performance)
2/19 – Tlaltizapán, MX – Bahidora Festival
4/22 – Marfa, TX – Ballroom Marfa (Kite Symphony Performance)
4/26 – Atlanta, GA – Terminal West
4/27 – Nashville, TN – Basement East
4/28 – Durham, NC – MotorCo
4/29 – Asheville, NC – Grey Eagle
5/1 – Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts
5/2 – Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall
5/4 – Washington, DC – 9:30 Club
5/5 – Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Steel
5/9 – Chicago, IL – Thalia Hall
5/10 – Minneapolis, MN – Fine Line
5/13 – Portland, OR – Old Church
5/15 – San Jose, CA – The Ritz
5/16 – San Francisco, CA – August Hall
5/17 – Los Angeles, CA – Regent
5/18 – Pomona, CA – Glass House
5/20 – Tucson, AZ – Club Congress Plaza
5/21 – Santa Fe, NM – Meow Wolf
5/23 – Dallas, TX – Granada
5/24 – Houston, TX – White Oak Main Room
5/25 – Austin, TX – Mohawk
5/31 – London, UK – Earth
6/1 – Manchester, UK – Now Wave
6/2 – Bristol, UK – Trinity
6/3 – Barcelona, ES – Primavera Festival
6/9 – Berlin, DE – Frannz Club
6/10 – Mannheim, DE – Maifeld Derby
6/11 – Porto, PT – Primavera Festival