Miya Folick Announces Roach Album

Miya Folick Announces Roach Album. The singer/songwriter and producer's new full-length drops on May 26, 2023 via Nettwerk Records
Miya Folick Announces Roach Album. The singer/songwriter and producer's new full-length drops on May 26, 2023 via Nettwerk Records

Miya Folick, will release her new album  Roach, on May 26 via Nettwerk Records. Ahead of the LP’s arrival,  the Vocalist, songwriter/producer has shared the single, “Get Out Of My House,” accompanied by a Noah Kentis-directed visualizer. Additionally, Folick will open for Aly & AJ on their North American spring tour

“‘Get Out of My House’ was one of the first songs I wrote for my second album,” Folick says. “It’s about a person, but it’s also about a certain bad habit and a certain bad feeling. ‘Get them all out of the house,’ is what I’m saying. It is absolutely an exorcism.”

For Roach, Folick enlisted a team of collaborators, including Gabe Wax (War on Drugs, Fleet Foxes), Mike Malchicoff (King Princess, Bo Burnham), Max Hershenow (MS MR) and a team of various  LA musicians.

Roach picks up where 2007, Folick’s  EP from last year, left off, completing the story of one woman’s imperfect life, all the highs and lows included. A document of an adult in progress, Roach chronicles Folick’s struggle to grow up and move through major life changes, reckoning with what it means to leave her youth behind and wearing the hardship endured like a badge of honor. “It’s an album about trying to get to the core of what life really is,” she explains. “I think over the course of writing this record, I actually did the work and got closer to the person that I really want to be, even if that path isn’t linear and I still have moments where I disappoint myself, where I’m angry with myself.”

Miya Folick
Nettwerk Records

1. Oh God
2. Bad Thing
3. Get Out Of My House
4. Nothing To See
5. Drugs or People
6. Mommy
7. 2007
8. Cockroach
9. Tetherball
10. Cartoon Clouds
11. So Clear
12. Ordinary
13. Shortstop

Miya Folick 2023 Tour Dates

March 30—Oakland, CA—Fox Theatre*
April 1—Portland, OR—Crystal Ballroom*
April 2—Seattle, WA—Paramount Theatre*
April 4—Denver, CO—The Fillmore*
April 6—Minneapolis, MN—The Fillmore*
April 7—Madison, WI—The Orpheum Theater*
April 8—Chicago, IL—The Riviera Theatre*
April 10—Nashville, TN—Ryman Auditorium*
April 11—Atlanta, GA—Tabernacle*
April 12—Orlando, FL—House of Blues*
April 14—Raleigh, NC—The Ritz*
April 15—Silver Spring, MD—The Fillmore*
April 16—Philadelphia, PA—The Fillmore*
April 19—Toronto, ON—History*
April 21—Boston, MA—MGM Music Hall*
April 22—New York, NY—Hammerstein Ballroom*
May 12—Salt Lake City, UT—Kilby Block Party

* with Aly & AJ


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