The Adult Baby Narrative: Blonde Redhead Vocalist, Kazu Makino, performing at The Great Hall in Toronto

The veteran singer, following her successful new single, “Salty”, will be touring North America.

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Announcing the Adult Baby Tour 2019 👴🏽👶🏽 Join KAZU for her first-ever solo live shows across the States and Europe this autumn🎙🍂 Tickets on sale now – link in bio. ☝🏽let me stress that @sam.evian who produced the record with me and @ianyhchang who played on all over it and gave distinct color to the music will be on tour with me so you can be sure the concerts will be some very special. and i don’t know how many we can do it like this. you don’t want to miss it and i am going to enjoy this so much! 🐳🐳🐳 All dates: OCT 10 – #Toronto / Longboat Hall OCT 11 – #NewYork / Rough Trade NYC OCT 12 – #Chicago / Constellation OCT 14 – #Portland / Polaris Hall OCT 15 – #Seattle / Columbia City Theater OCT 16 – #SanFrancisco / The Chapel OCT 18 – #LosAngeles / Lodge Room NOV 16 – #Rome / Monk Club (Rome Psyche Fest) NOV 18 – #Berlin / Privatclub NOV 19 – #Milan / Santeria Toscana 31 NOV 20 – #London / Moth Club NOV 22 – #Paris / Les Etoiles NOV 24 – #Amsterdam / Zonnehuis NOV 26 – #Bruxelles / Botanique (Autmun Falls) #KAZU #KazuMakino #AdultBaby #ABtour #live #ontour

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Adult Baby, Kazu’s upcoming albumn, will feature the likes legendary musicians, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Deerhoof’s Greg Saunier, Mauro Refosco, Ian Chang, Sam Griffin Owens, and Blonde Redhead bandmate Amadeo Pace.

Adult Baby will arrive via her own label, Adult Baby Records, on September 13.
According to Michon, ‘Meo’ (the second single in Adult Baby) is one of the most significant and courageous tracks of Adult Baby — it is no accident that it was chosen as the soundtrack to the extraordinary, moving trailer for the upcoming narrative film that accompanies Adult Baby, a genuine visual album inspired by the tracks of the album.”

Kazu’s project also involves visual component. A visual album will be directed by the filmmaker, Eva Michon.

A press release about the visual album states: A distinct sample is used on the track “Name and Age” — the unmistakable cry of Godzilla. “The film takes place on the island of Elba, Italy, where in 1814, Napoleon Bonaparte was banished into exile. Inspired by historical events and symbolism of the island, Michon treats each song as a chapter in a larger narrative, which will be approximately 40 minutes in length.”

Below is the official trailer for the upcoming visual album and information to get tickets to see Kazu in Toronto.