Jackie Cohen / Shares New Video For 'Yesterday's Baby'

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Jackie Cohen has released an official video for her song, 'Yesterday’s Baby’. The track is taken from her debut album ‘Zagg’, which is out now via Spacebomb. Adrian Vega-Albela Osorio – who also directed the video for FMK and Jackie’s 'Zagg Chats' interview series – captured Jackie with bandmate Kevin Basko scootering around familiar spots in Jackie’s Los Angeles-area neighborhood.  

Speaking of the shoot, Jackie herself shares: "The San Fernando valley gets a bad rap for being this dull, suburban area outside of LA, but I love the val and think people have it so backwards. What we lack in Rick and Morty themed barcade brunch spots, we make up for in Ventura Blvd realness, Pegasus Fashion Lounges & pure Cheesecake Factory culture. I wanted the Zagg videos to feel true to my home, the heart of the record, and for 'Yesterday’s Baby', Adrian captured and hyper-saturated all the long afternoon colors. It’s vibrant and breezy and hot and sweaty. Also Kev is a sick Limer. Legitimately talented if he ever wanted to make a second career out of it."

Watch / Share the official ‘Yesterday’s Baby’ video via YouTube HERE.

Jackie Cohen also announces tours supporting Molly Burch (in the U.S.) and Adam Green of The Moldy Peaches (in the UK and Europe). The relationship with Green is particularly notable as he created the album artwork to ‘Zagg’ and has been consistently credited with being one of Jackie’s biggest musical inspirations. See the full list of dates below, which follows tours supporting the likes of Weyes Blood, Mac DeMarco, Alex Cameron, and The Lemon Twigs.  

‘Zagg’ follows Jackie’s two introductory EPs ‘Tacoma Night Terror Parts 1 & 2’, which were released last year, also on Spacebomb, and were called "utterly spellbinding" (The Line of Best Fit), "a stunning and complete debut" (Vinyl Me, Please), and "sleazy-listening glam" (The Guardian).   Taking its title from one of Jackie’s many, many nicknames, ‘Zagg’ was co-produced by Jonathan Rado (Foxygen) & Matthew E. White and features the Spacebomb House Band, with horns & strings arranged by Trey Pollard. 


Supporting Molly Burch:

Aug 20 – Taos NM – Taos Mesa Brewing
Aug 22 – Tucson AZ – 191 Toole
Aug 23 – San Diego CA – Soda Bar
Aug 24 – Los Angeles CA – Bootleg Theater
Aug 25 – San Francisco CA – Cafe Du Nord
Aug 27 – Portland OR – Mississippi Studios
Aug 28 – Seattle WA – Tractor Tavern
Aug 30 – Salt Lake City UT – Kilby Court
Sep 1 – Denver CO – Globe Hall

Supporting Adam Green:

Oct 18 – Glasgow UK – CCA
Oct 19 – Manchester UK – Soup Kitchen
Oct 20 – Bristol UK – Thekla
Oct 22 – London UK – EartH
Oct 24 – Gent BE – Vooruit
Oct 25 – Paris FR – Gaite Lyrique
Oct 26 – Amsterdam NL – Melkweg (Upstairs)
Oct 28 – Hamburg DE – Stage Club
Oct 29 – Berlin DE – BiNuu
Oct 31 – St. Gallen CH – Palace
Nov 1 – Basel CH – Sommercasino
Nov 2 – Lausanne CH – La Romandie
Nov 3 – Zurich CH – Papiersaal
Nov 5 – Vienna AT – Flex Halle