Hi friends! I miss seeing your faces and playing songs for you –
join me Friday, Feb. 5 for some quality time!
VIDEO PREMIERE @ 12 pm PT
Click here –
we’ll watch it together in real time!
LIVESTREAM @ 7pm PT
And in the meantime you can check out my newest album,
Notes to Self and Others,
now available for download and streaming everywhere! This is my most up-close-and-personal set of songs yet, and I’m so happy to finally be able to share it with you.
See you Friday!
Pre-order Notes to Self and Others at emilyyates.bandcamp.com today!
Free digital download when you pre-order limited apocalypse-edition vinyl!
Over the past year, I’ve been plugging away at my first-ever self-produced, self-recorded full-length album and I’m so happy to finally share it with you. For full album details, lyrics, and to get all the songs streaming directly into your head, go to my bandcamp page and you’ll find everything you need!
Produced & engineered by Self*
Mix engineer: Jules Indelicato
Mastering engineer: Anna Jean Frick, Airshow Mastering
Featuring the instrumental wizardry of Jules Indelicato (vocals/galactic synth), Talia Keys (drums), Nathan Moore (clarinet/kazoos), and Enion Pelta-Tiller (violin)
*Tracks 1, 2, 9, 11 guest instruments produced/recorded by artist, Track 4 drums produced/recorded by Talia Keys & Melahn Atkinson
In which my friend Sarah and I sit down with our favorite brilliant interesting exciting people and have stimulating conversations punctuated with songs and snark – subscribe to What the Folk wherever you stream podcasts! The first ten episodes are already live with some amazing guests and cover fun topics like musical oracles, psychedelic drugs, Julian Assange, anti-racist organizing, and U.S. imperialism, along with a healthy dose of folkery.
Join our pod party!
Emily Yates and Eleanor Goldfield present an evening of political folk’n’words in observance of the 17th anniversary of SHOCK AND AWE, the blatantly illegal bombing that began the U.S.-led war in Iraq.
March 19 – Mercury Cafe – Denver
7 PM – $10 adv, $12 @ door
Thank you to host Jamie DeWolf and the amazing beautiful humans of Tourettes Without Regrets for singing along so enthusiastically to my new song “If You Want A Revolution” and, as always, for the loudest “Try Not To Be A Dick” of the year!
Video courtesy of Kenny Hoff