The Japanese House announce Sheffield date to coincide with debut album release

THE JAPANESE HOUSE has announced a headline UK tour for March, concluding with a night at the London Electric Ballroom. The tour, which takes in seven dates across the UK, will celebrate the release of her debut album, GOOD AT FALLING, which will be released via Dirty Hit on 1 March. Tickets go on sale on Friday 18 January at 9am.

Produced by THE JAPANESE HOUSE [aka Amber Bain], BJ BURTON [Low, Bon Iver] and GEORGE DANIEL from The 1975 in Wisconsin, Brussels and Oxford, GOOD AT FALLING follows four acclaimed EPs and her most recent singles FOLLOW MY GIRL and LILO. The widely spoken about video for LILO captures Bain and real life ex-girlfriend MARIKA HACKMAN acting out the intimate and heart-breaking final moments of their relationship. The song is a reflection of an album that draws from Bain’s life in a way her work never has before; a more personal, more vulnerable and yet confident body of work.

“These songs are definitely more direct,” she explains, “the album has a lot more of me in it, so it makes sense”. THE JAPANESE HOUSE debuted material from GOOD AT FALLING on her acclaimed recent UK tour, which included a sold-out date at London’s Scala.

They will perform at Sheffield’s Plug on March 15th.