The singer, best known for her debut single, “I don’t wanna be funny anymore” will play the intimate venue along with support act Mothers (solo).
Dacus’ second album, Historian, was released on March 2nd 2018. Like its predecessor, it was met with widespread critical acclaim. Writing for Pitchfork, Sasha Gessen praised its nuance and sensitivity: ” It’s not an easy album to wear out. It lasts, and it should, given that so many of its lyrics pick at time, and the way time condenses around deep emotional attachments to other people.” Rolling Stone rated the album 4/5 stars, as did NME. Historian, like No Burden, was recorded in Nashville, at Trace Horse Studio, in a similar collaborative effort by Lucy Dacus, Jacob Blizard and Collin Pastore.
In 2016, Democratic vice-presidential candidate Tim Kaine stated in an interview that she was a “new favorite.”
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