Rostam Launches Tour, Adds New Dates, Shares "Bike Dream" Video

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Rostam, who kicked off a month-long North American tour with a sold-out show in Atlanta last night, has added new dates on the flip side of the tour in late March. The spring shows include stops across the US, Europe, and the UK. Also today comes the release of a new, official video for "Bike Dream," from his album Half-Light, directed by Rostam and filmed in Paris, Berlin, and Copenhagen. You can watch it here.

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Rostam, whose debut album, Half-Light, was released on Nonesuch late last year, kicked off a North American tour with a sold-out show at The Earl in Atlanta last night. As the tour continues with sold-out shows in Nashville, DC, Boston, and beyond, additional dates have just been announced on the other side of the current tour following a set at the Big Ears Festival in late March. The spring shows include stops across the US Midwest and South, and a return to Europe and the UK; tickets for these new dates go on sale this Friday, February 2. See below for details; for all the latest, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

Also today comes the release of a new, official video for "Bike Dream," a song from Half-Light. The video was directed by Rostam and filmed in Paris, Berlin, and the world's most bike-friendly city, Copenhagen. You can watch the video below.

To pick up a copy of Half-Light, head to iTunes or the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include a download of the complete album at checkout, and listen to the album on Apple Music and Spotify.

ROSTAM ON TOUR

Jan 30 Third Man Records (Sold Out) Nashville, TN
Feb 1 U Street Music Hall (Sold Out) Washington, DC
Feb 2 Union Transfer Philadelphia, PA
Feb 3 Museum of Fine Arts (Sold Out) Boston, MA
Feb 5 La Sala Rossa Montreal, QC
Feb 6 The Opera House Toronto, ON
Feb 8 The Warhol Theater (Sold Out) Pittsburgh, PA
Feb 9 The Ladies Literary Club Grand Rapids, MI
Feb 10 Lincoln Hall (Sold Out) Chicago, IL
Feb 12 Turner Hall Ballroom Milwaukee, WI
Feb 13 High Noon Saloon Madison, WI
Feb 14 Fine Line Music Café Minneapolis, MN
Feb 16 Globe Hall (Sold Out) Denver, CO
Feb 17 Urban Lounge Salt Lake City, UT
Feb 19 Neumos Seattle, WA
Feb 20 Venue Vancouver, BC
Feb 21 Doug Fir Lounge (Sold Out) Portland, OR
Feb 23 Noise Pop (Sold Out) San Francisco, CA
Feb 24 El Rey Theatre (Sold Out) Los Angeles, CA
     
Mar 25 Big Ears Festival Knoxville, TN
Mar 27 The Dionysus Disco at Oberlin College Oberlin, OH
Mar 28 Ace of Cups Columbus, OH
Mar 29 The Bishop Bloomington, IN
Mar 30 Old Rock House St. Louis, MO
Mar 31 Record Bar Kansas City, MO
Apr 2 Saturn Birmingham, AL
Apr 3 Gasa Gasa New Orleans, LA
Apr 5 3TEN ACL Live Austin, TX
Apr 6 Three Links Dallas, TX
Apr 7 White Oak Music Hall Houston, TX
     
Jun 2 All Points East Festival* London, UK
Jun 4 Point Ephémère Paris, FRANCE
Jun 5 Blue Shell Köln, GERMANY
Jun 6 Nochtewache Hamburg, GERMANY
Jun 8 Best Kept Secret Hilvarenbeek, NETHERLANDS
Jun 12 Rotonde - Botanique Brussels, BELGIUM
Jun 13 The Haunt Brighton, UK
Jun 14 Scala London, UK
Jun 16 Donnybrook Stadium* Dublin, IRELAND
     

*special guest of The National

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Rostam: "Bike Dream" [video]
  • Tuesday, January 30, 2018
    Rostam Launches Tour, Adds New Dates, Shares "Bike Dream" Video

    Rostam, whose debut album, Half-Light, was released on Nonesuch late last year, kicked off a North American tour with a sold-out show at The Earl in Atlanta last night. As the tour continues with sold-out shows in Nashville, DC, Boston, and beyond, additional dates have just been announced on the other side of the current tour following a set at the Big Ears Festival in late March. The spring shows include stops across the US Midwest and South, and a return to Europe and the UK; tickets for these new dates go on sale this Friday, February 2. See below for details; for all the latest, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    Also today comes the release of a new, official video for "Bike Dream," a song from Half-Light. The video was directed by Rostam and filmed in Paris, Berlin, and the world's most bike-friendly city, Copenhagen. You can watch the video below.

    To pick up a copy of Half-Light, head to iTunes or the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include a download of the complete album at checkout, and listen to the album on Apple Music and Spotify.

    ROSTAM ON TOUR

    Jan 30 Third Man Records (Sold Out) Nashville, TN
    Feb 1 U Street Music Hall (Sold Out) Washington, DC
    Feb 2 Union Transfer Philadelphia, PA
    Feb 3 Museum of Fine Arts (Sold Out) Boston, MA
    Feb 5 La Sala Rossa Montreal, QC
    Feb 6 The Opera House Toronto, ON
    Feb 8 The Warhol Theater (Sold Out) Pittsburgh, PA
    Feb 9 The Ladies Literary Club Grand Rapids, MI
    Feb 10 Lincoln Hall (Sold Out) Chicago, IL
    Feb 12 Turner Hall Ballroom Milwaukee, WI
    Feb 13 High Noon Saloon Madison, WI
    Feb 14 Fine Line Music Café Minneapolis, MN
    Feb 16 Globe Hall (Sold Out) Denver, CO
    Feb 17 Urban Lounge Salt Lake City, UT
    Feb 19 Neumos Seattle, WA
    Feb 20 Venue Vancouver, BC
    Feb 21 Doug Fir Lounge (Sold Out) Portland, OR
    Feb 23 Noise Pop (Sold Out) San Francisco, CA
    Feb 24 El Rey Theatre (Sold Out) Los Angeles, CA
         
    Mar 25 Big Ears Festival Knoxville, TN
    Mar 27 The Dionysus Disco at Oberlin College Oberlin, OH
    Mar 28 Ace of Cups Columbus, OH
    Mar 29 The Bishop Bloomington, IN
    Mar 30 Old Rock House St. Louis, MO
    Mar 31 Record Bar Kansas City, MO
    Apr 2 Saturn Birmingham, AL
    Apr 3 Gasa Gasa New Orleans, LA
    Apr 5 3TEN ACL Live Austin, TX
    Apr 6 Three Links Dallas, TX
    Apr 7 White Oak Music Hall Houston, TX
         
    Jun 2 All Points East Festival* London, UK
    Jun 4 Point Ephémère Paris, FRANCE
    Jun 5 Blue Shell Köln, GERMANY
    Jun 6 Nochtewache Hamburg, GERMANY
    Jun 8 Best Kept Secret Hilvarenbeek, NETHERLANDS
    Jun 12 Rotonde - Botanique Brussels, BELGIUM
    Jun 13 The Haunt Brighton, UK
    Jun 14 Scala London, UK
    Jun 16 Donnybrook Stadium* Dublin, IRELAND
         

    *special guest of The National

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