This show has been postponed and will be rescheduled – message from the artist:
“Like countless other touring musicians, I’m disappointed to share that I’m officially postponing my European Tour which was meant to start the end of May in Madrid.
I promise I’ll keep you updated on rescheduled dates (which will happen – I promise). Please be good to yourself and take care of one another. ”
Today, goth-pop darling Allie X will announce her highly anticipated new album,
Cape God. An electric moment for the singer, this is her most radical and
powerful album yet. Filled with emotional vibratos and captivating lyrics, the
album touches on the nature of identity and what it truly means to be an outsider.
The album features long-time friend and collaborator Troye Sivan for the song
Love Me Wrong, which has already hit over one million listens on Spotify alone,
and features a collaboration with beloved singer and songwriter Mitski.
For the first time ever, Allie X will also announce her first major headline tour
which includes shows in North America and Europe, with tickets available for pre-
sale (Link to D2C Store). Cape God will be available for pre-order on December
16th and the full album will officially release in February 2020.
To create the world of Cape God, a world that Allie X had been ruminating over
for years, she joined creative forces with producer Oscar Görres. It was recorded
in Sweden over the course of a few short weeks full of seamless and intense
energy. What developed quite naturally was an eclectic and eerie sound that
nods to her past while pointing to a new future of music for the artist. Allie X
comments, “This feels the most ‘me’ of anything I’ve ever made”. As friend Sasha
Velour so poignantly describes it, “a gaudy North-American kind of melancholy”.
Sonically, Cape God ranges multiple dimensions and genres that are both
atmospheric and standalone. As a result, this record is bound to appeal to fans
old and new.
For Allie X, the journey of writing Cape God was reflective and intimate. Allie X
says, “Going into these buried feelings I had as a teenager was the perspective I
chose to write this album from. It happened very naturally and without much
thought once I started. As always, it was easiest to add an element of fantasy
and aesthetic beauty to tell my story, and thus Cape God was born. If I had to
make a mission statement for this record I would say: Cape God is a liminal
space I created to explore my repressed feelings and perhaps create a different