Caribou @ The Granada, Friday 2/11

Canadian dancefloor veteran Caribou continues his tour of North America, his first in many years. He’s performing at the the Granada in Dallas on February 11th

Caribou’s Suddenly garnered praise as one of the best electronic albums of 2020, making several End of Year playlists including those of Billboard, Complex, and Rolling Stone. The project deals with embracing unexpected changes including those in evolving relationships. Caribou explores emotions of love and loneliness, morphing sounds and manipulating samples into a poignant yet energetic sonic experience. 

Dan Snaith, aka Caribou, announces his upcoming North American tour, scheduled for early 2022. Originally scheduled for spring 2020, the new dates mark the first shows for Caribou’s acclaimed album Suddenly.

After a stream of well-received singles (“Home,” “You and I,” and “Never Come Back”), Suddenly arrived on February 26, 2020, with a title almost too apt for what followed its release; just a few weeks later, the world changed practically overnight. Caribou’s return, an upbeat and soothing record meant to soundtrack either a night out or a day inside, was instantly relegated to the latter. That didn’t stop Suddenly from resonating with the masses throughout 2020, ultimately landing on year-end best-of lists from Billboard, Aquarium Drunkard, Slate, Consequence, Stereogum, Bandcamp, BrooklynVegan, All Things Go, and many others.

Released last March, Suddenly Remixes features 12 reworkings of Suddenly tracks by an all-star cast of producers and friends including Four TetFloating PointsMorgan GeistToro y Moi, and Jessy Lanza.

“proof that an artist making their most ‘mature’ album can still turn and face the strange.”

Rolling Stone

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