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Tropic of Cancer Haunts With Hazy Electro Pulser ‘More Alone’

Limited edition 7-inch precedes 'Restless Idylls' LP debut

Tropic of Cancer, a.k.a. gloom-pop goddess Camella Lobo, will release her debut studio album on September 23 via Blackest Ever Black. Before Restless Idylls arrives, though, the Los Angeles auteur will drop a special 7-inch version of LP cut “More Alone” in August. Produced by Karl O’Connor (a.k.a. house usurper Regis) and streaming below courtesy of Brooklyn Vegan, the mix runs on a haunting combination of hazy electro pulse and lockstep drum beats. Unfortunately for those just arriving, the label has already sold all 300 copies of the limited-edition single. Pre-orders of Restless Idylls in CD and double-LP formats are available here and here. Scroll further for the full-length’s track list and Tropic of Cancer’s upcoming tour dates. 

Tropic of Cancer, Restless Idylls track list (order may change): 

1. “Plant Lilies at My Head”
2. “Court of Devotion”
3. “The Seasons Won’t Change (and Neither Will You)”
4. “More Alone”
5. “Children of a Lesser God”
6. “The Hardest Day”
7. “Wake the Night”
8. “Rites of the Wild”

Tropic of Cancer tour dates: 

September 19 – London, England @ Boiler Room
September 20 – Athens, Greece @ Fuzz Club 
September 21 – Stockholm, Sweden @ Berns 
September 24 – Berlin, Germany @ Urban Spree
September 25 – Leipzig, Germany @ UT Connewitz 
September 26 – Cologne, Germany @ Tsunami Club
September 27 – Brussels, Belgium @ Catclub 
September 28 – Amsterdam, The Netherlands @ Trouw
September 29 – Nijmegen, The Netherlands @ Merleyn Club
October 1 – Vienna, Austria @ Rhiz
October 3 – Torino, Italy @ Stereo Live
October 4 – Bologna, Italy @ RoBOt Festival
October 5 – Milan, Italy @ TBA
October 6 –  Rome, Italy @ Teatro Lo Spazio
October 7 –  Padua, Italy @ Pulse
October 8 – Paris, France @ La Machine du Mouline Rouge
October 10 – Barcelona, Spain @ Moog
October 11 – Madrid, Spain @ Siroco
October 12 – London, England @ Blackest Ever Black at Corsica Studios
October 13 – Krakow, Poland @ Unsound Festival