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THE B-SIDE
Bedouine (Spacebomb)
4/22/19

WHAT IT IS: Born Azniv Korkejian in Aleppo, Syria, to Armenian parents, Bedouine spent her childhood in Saudi Arabia, moving to America when her family won a Green Card lottery. Influenced by her own wanderlust and curiosity, Bird Songs of a Killjoy—the singer/songwriter’s highly anticipated, sophomore album—has already garnered excitement from NPR, Stereogum and more. In 2017, she released her self-titled debut album to widespread critical acclaim, grabbing the attention of Vogue, Rolling Stone, Fader, Stereogum and more. Bedouine has since toured the U.S. alongside Father John Misty, Jose Gonzalez and Michael Kiwanuka. Her new single, “Echopark,” is out 4/24.
ALBUM: Bird Songs of a Killjoy
RELEASE DATE: 5/31
SINGLE: “Echopark”
TV: Seth Meyers
LIVE: Headlining shows in NYC and L.A. this June; previous tours included Fleet Foxes, Kevin Morby, Jose Gonzalez, Matthew E. White, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Real Estate, Waxahatchee and Bahamas
INTERNET:
12m WW streams
RADIO: WFUV NYC’s NPR Slingshot 2018 Artist; support from WRLT, KCMP, KKXT, WXPN and Acoustic Cafe
PRESS:
Stereogum (“ravishing orchestral-folk”), Fader, UPROXX (“strikingly beautiful... loose and reflective”), Paste, Vogue, more
BOOKING: Paradigm
PUBLISHING: Spacebomb Publishing
MANAGEMENT: Knitting Factory Management