- 06 Apr 21
Julien Baker has established herself as one of the most compelling songwriters of her generation, with her music encompassing themes of addiction, spirituality, depression and human nature.
US alternative multi-instrumentalist Julien Baker has announced two Whelan's headline shows, taking place on May 21st and May 22nd, 2022.
The 25-year-old will be joined by Ratboys at the Dublin venue next year, with tickets going on sale this Friday (April 9th) at 9am on Ticketmaster.
— Whelan's (@whelanslive) April 6, 2021
With the recent release of her third album, Little Oblivions, Baker has captivated her fans with her knack for brutally honest storytelling and for approaching tough subject matter.
Recorded in Memphis, her latest LP features the tracks ‘Heatwave’ , ‘Faith Healer’ and ‘Hardline’.
When she emerged in 2015, with her debut album, Sprained Ankle, Julien was deemed an anomaly – a 20-year-old queer, progressive Christian and recovering addict from the American South. International acclaim came afterwards with the release of Turn Out The Lights in 2017, the formation of a supergroup, boygenius, with Phoebe Bridgers and Lucy Dacus; and collaborations with The National’s Matt Berninger, Paramore’s Hayley Williams, Frightened Rabbit and Manchester Orchestra.
Read the Hot Press interview with Julien Baker from our March 2021 issue here.