From the last day of October will singer-songwriter Miho Hatori (羽鳥 美保) tour Europe to promote her solo project New Optimism.
Miho Hatori is known as the co-founder poly pop duo Cibo Matto and collaborative partner of influential acts as Gorillaz and The Beastie Boys. In 2007, she wrote and produced the soundtrack to the Japanese film Shindo. She is born in Tokyo, but is nowadays based in New York City. With her new project New Optimism, she merges experimental pop, hip-hop and dance music. In July she released her EP, Amazon To LeFrak, the result is a concentration of avant-garde pop music dipped into Latin sounds.
Wednesday 31 October: Soy Festival – Nantes, France
Thursday 1 November: Pitchfork Music Festival – Paris, France
Wednesday 7 November: Avenida Café-Concerto – Aveiro, Portugal
Thursday 8 November: Radar – Vigo, Spain
Saturday 10 November: Le Guess Who? Festival – Utrecht, The Netherlands
Friday 30 November: Bakken – Copenhagen, Denmark
Saturday 1 December: HINK Festival – The Hague, The Netherlands
Sunday 2 December: Jubez – Karlsruhe, Germany
Tuesday 4 December: Hafenklang – Hamburg, Germany
Wednesday 5 December: y Lokal – Frankfurt, Germany
Monday 10 December: The Shacklewell Arms – London, United Kingdom
Wednesday 12 December: Green Door Store – Brighton, United Kingdom
Friday 14 December: Night & Day – Manchester, United Kingdom
Keep an eye out on the Facebook page of Miho Hatori, she might update about more shows during her European tour.
Source: Miho Hatori via Tomomi