Daniel Avery Releases New Video For ‘Projector’

New Album "Song For Alpha" out April 6th
Daniel Avery by Steve Gullick

Ahead of the April 6 release of his new studio album, Song For Alpha, Daniel Avery has shared the dazzling new video for ‘Projector.’ Avery’s latest visual offering was created by London-based design house Flat-e, the same collective behind the previously released video for ‘Slow Fade.’

Explaining the creation of the ‘Projector’ visual, Flat-e explains their methodology as the “layering animations of crystalline structures, then manipulating them digitally until they appear almost fluid.”

Song For Alpha, set for release on April 6 via Phantasy/Mute in USA and Canada and Phantasy worldwide, is Avery’s exploration of the space in which home listening and club music intersect. Reflecting on the inspiration behind Song For Alpha, Avery states, “I’ve become increasingly interested in those moments in a club when the outside world becomes little more than an inconsequential thought at the back of your skull. Eyes closed as opposed to hands in the air. The more time you spend with this idea the deeper you fall.”

Avery will embark on a run of dates across the US and Canada beginning next Wednesday in Seattle before heading to South America and Europe – full dates below.

Daniel Avery
Song For Alpha 2018 Tour Dates:
March 24 – London, England – York Hall
March 28 – Seattle, WA – Kremwerk
March 29 – Vancouver, BC – Celebrities Underground
March 30 – San Francisco, CA – Great Northern
March 31 – Los Angeles, CA – Lazaro’s Latin Lounge
April 5 – Boston, MA – Middlesex Lounge
April 6 – Brooklyn, NY – Good Room
April 7 – Detroit, MI – Marble Bar
April 12 – Washington, DC – Flash
April 13 – Montreal, QC – Centre Phi
April 14 – Toronto, ON – Forth
April 20 – Utrecht, Netherlands – ZeeZout
May 4 – Buenos Aires, Argentina – Niceto Club
May 5 – Sao Paulo, Brazil – DGTL
May 10 – Lyon, France – Nuits Sonores Festival [A Day With Daniel Avery]
May 18 – Rennes, France – Made Festival
May 26 – Edinburgh, Scotland – Hidden Door
June 1 – Marseille, France – Le Bon Air
June 2 – London, England – Field Day Festival
June 9 – Verona, Italy – Villafranca Castle
June 14 – Barcelona, Spain – Razzmatazz
June 22 – Hereford, England – Kallida Festival
July 6 – Paris, France – The Peacock Society Festival