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Irish artist Talos releases his sophomore album “Far Out Dust” and begins a national tour with Aurora

Talos — aka Eoin French — released his sophomore album, Far Out Dust, on BMG last week, and will be touring in support of it this month, opening for Aurora. The tour follows a run with Peter, Bjorn and John late last year.

Talos and Aurora will stop by Brooklyn Steel on Thursday, March 7 and also have dates scheduled in San Francisco, Philadelphia, Washington D.C. and a few more U.S. cities. A full schedule is below.

Talos has drawn comparisons to acts like James Blake and Bon Iver, but this new album sets him apart with songs like “The Light Upon Us”. One of the singles from Far Out Dust, “The Light Upon Us” is bigger and more triumphant than some of Talos’ earlier music, with his vocal range on full show. French’s falsetto is flawless on the track.

Far Out Dust has an equal balance of minimal, electronic beats reminiscent of some R&B music, and swooping melodies that almost feel orchestral. He’ll be a great compliment to the Norwegian Aurora, who’s music mixes both folky and electronic sounds as well.

You can hear Far Out Dust in full and get tickets for the upcoming tour at thisistalos.com.

Talos tour dates with Aurora:
2/13- Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom
2/14- Seattle, WA @ The Showbox
2/15- Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom
2/17- San Francisco, CA @ The Regency Ballroom
2/20- Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda Theatre
2/22- San Diego, CA @ The Observatory North Park
2/23- Phoenix, AZ @ Valley Bar
2/25- Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater
2/27- Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
3/01- Chicago, IL @ Metro
3/02- Toronto, ON @ Danforth Music Hall
3/03- Montreal, QB @ Corona Theatre
3/05- Boston, MA @ Royale
3/07- Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel
3/09- Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
3/10- Washington, DC @ Lincoln Theatre
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Irish artist Talos releases his sophomore album “Far Out Dust” and begins a national tour with Aurora

Talos — aka Eoin French — released his sophomore album, Far Out Dust, on BMG last week, and will be touring in support of it this month, opening for Aurora. The tour follows a run with Peter, Bjorn and John late last year.

Talos and Aurora will stop by Brooklyn Steel on Thursday, March 7 and also have dates scheduled in San Francisco, Philadelphia, Washington D.C. and a few more U.S. cities. A full schedule is below.

Talos has drawn comparisons to acts like James Blake and Bon Iver, but this new album sets him apart with songs like “The Light Upon Us”. One of the singles from Far Out Dust, “The Light Upon Us” is bigger and more triumphant than some of Talos’ earlier music, with his vocal range on full show. French’s falsetto is flawless on the track.

Far Out Dust has an equal balance of minimal, electronic beats reminiscent of some R&B music, and swooping melodies that almost feel orchestral. He’ll be a great compliment to the Norwegian Aurora, who’s music mixes both folky and electronic sounds as well.

You can hear Far Out Dust in full and get tickets for the upcoming tour at thisistalos.com.

Talos tour dates with Aurora:
2/13- Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom
2/14- Seattle, WA @ The Showbox
2/15- Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom
2/17- San Francisco, CA @ The Regency Ballroom
2/20- Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda Theatre
2/22- San Diego, CA @ The Observatory North Park
2/23- Phoenix, AZ @ Valley Bar
2/25- Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater
2/27- Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
3/01- Chicago, IL @ Metro
3/02- Toronto, ON @ Danforth Music Hall
3/03- Montreal, QB @ Corona Theatre
3/05- Boston, MA @ Royale
3/07- Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel
3/09- Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
3/10- Washington, DC @ Lincoln Theatre
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