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Amos Lee To Release New Album ‘Spirit’

Amos Lee announces his forthcoming sixth full-length album and first for John Varvatos Records/Republic Records, Spirit—available August 19th. The digital pre-order is available now, it unlocks instant downloads of the title track and the first single “Vaporize.” Listen to the new instant grant, “Spirit,” here. The lead single “Vaporize” recently became the #1 most added song at Triple A Radio. Listen here. Check out the full album track listing for Spirit below.

Spirit‘s 13 songs reflect both the critically acclaimed Philadelphia singer and songwriter’s musical journey over the past few years and his expansive sonic palette. Most notably, this is the first time, Amos acted as his own producer. Informed by everything from his performances alongside some of the world’s most prestigious orchestras to a personal taste that spans Robert Glasper, ScHoolboy Q, and Drake, this body of work boasts an aural anatomy all its own.

Lee embarks on a highly anticipated North American headline tour this fall, including stops in New York at the legendary Radio City Music Hall on September 10, Chicago at the iconic Chicago Theater on October 28, and an already SOLD OUT show in Los Angeles at The Theater at The Ace Hotel on November 11. The full itinerary is enclosed.

Amos Lee continues to excite fans worldwide. His most recent album, Mountains Of Sorrow, Rivers Of Song, earned acclaim from The New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, Paste, and More. Previous offering, Mission Bell, took #1 on the Billboard Top 200. Along the way, he has perform on late night television shows Jimmy Kimmel LIVE!, Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, and the Late Show with David Letterman. In addition to being musical guest for The Ellen DeGeneres Show and Tavis Smiley on PBS.

Spirit Track listing:
New Love
Running Out of Time
Lost Child
Highways and Clouds
One Lonely Light
Wait Up For Me
Til You Come Back Through
Hurt Me
With You




September 6 Burlington, VT Flynn Center for the Arts

September 7 Torrington, CT Warner Theater

September 9 Boston, MA Boston Opera House

September 10 New York, NY Radio City Music Hall

September 11 Philadelphia, PA Academy of Music

September 13 Washington, D.C. Kennedy Center

September 14 Richmond, VA The National

September 16 Nashville, TN Ascend Amphitheatre

September 17 Louisville, KY Iroquois Amphitheatre

September 18 Asheville, NC Thomas Wolfe Auditorium

September 20 Charlotte, NC Ovens Auditorium

September 21 Durham, NC Durham Performing Arts Center

September 23 Atlanta, GA Cobb Energy Center

September 24 Memphis, TN Orpheum Theater

September 26 Knoxville, TN Tennessee Theater

September 27 Saint Louis, MO The Pageant

September 28 Kansas City, MO Uptown Theater

October 26 Indianapolis, IN Old National Centre – Murat Theatre

October 28 Chicago, IL Chicago Theatre

October 29 Milwaukee, WI Riverside Theater

October 30 Minneapolis, MN Northrop Auditorium

November 1 Des Moines, IA Hoyt Sherman Theater

November 2 Salina, KS Stiefel Theater for the Performing Arts

November 4 Denver, CO The Buell Theater

November 9 San Diego, CA Spreckels Theater

November 11 Los Angeles, CA The Theater at The Ace Hotel

November 15 Oakland, CA The Fox Theater

November 17 Eugene, OR McDonald Theater

November 18 Portland, OR Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

November 19 Seattle, WA Paramount Theatre


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