Jesse Mac Cormack / Shares New Single 'Give A Chance' From Forthcoming Debut Album

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Montreal native singer-songwriter Jesse Mac Cormack will release his mesmerizing new album, ‘Now’ on May 3rd via Secret City Records. Today, he reveals new album cut 'Give A Chance’. The song has just been featured on NPR All Songs Considered and follows his recent single 'No Love Go’.  

Stream / Share 'Give A Chance’ via Spotify HERE

The songs on ‘Now' are prismatic and forward-facing, recalling the adventurous pop of Tame Impala, Talk Talk and Perfume Genius. Mixed by Matt Wiggins in the UK (Adele, London Grammar, Lorde), it is a work of ardent, kaleidoscopic art-rock that is at once a dazzling premiere and the culmination of a meticulous five-year evolution.

The record’s landscape is the open space of the Mojave Desert—“vast and weird,” the tranquil bed of what was once a teeming ocean.Death Valley has long loomed large in Jesse’s imaginary and is omnipresent in many visual aspects of 'Now'.  

Jesse Mac Cormack has announced a handful of US tour dates for June and is set to captivate audiences on a tour throughout Europe in May which will start with a night at The Waiting Room in London (22nd May). Full international tour listings below, tickets for all dates are on sale now.

JESSE MAC CORMACK INTERNATIONAL TOUR DATES:
May 22 London UK @ The Waiting Room  
May 24 Paris FR @ Le Pop-up du Label  
May 26 Hamburg DE @ Nochtwache  
May 28 Winterthur CH @ Albani  
May 29 Koln DE @ Blue Shell  
May 31 Berlin DE @ Privatclub  
June 11 Brooklyn, NY @ Union Pool
June 12 Philadelphia, PA @ Boot & Saddle
June 13 Washington, DC @ The Pie Shop
June 17 Los Angeles, CA @ Bardot (School Night)
June 19 San Francisco, CA @ Cafe Du Nord
June 21 Seattle, WA @ Timber Room
June 28 Montreal, QC @ Club Soda (FIJM)  

Pre-order and/or save ‘Now' to your library HERE.  

"Jesse Mac Cormack crafts hypnotic, folk-infused psychedelic pop with intention and precision... an artist whose sounds are richly textured and hypnotic” – NPR