Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Russian Red Debuts Seductive "Michael P" Video on NYLON + Tour Kicks Off Today!

"The video offers a tribute to her new Los Angeles home, and the song boasts a beautiful tambourine backed chorus that allows Russian Red to enchant the listener with the voice that made her such a star in Spain." - NYLON Magazine

Russian Red is more Lourdes Hernández than ever in the Michael P music video. Shot from a very close perspective on super 8mm film, the video shows a more intimate side of the artist.
Following Casper and John MichaelMichael P takes over as the third single off Agent Cooper – Russian Red's latest album released last February.
The video overflows with Lourdes's naturalness, while views of Los Angeles play in the background, like unearthed home movies.
The video features images and recordings shot by Diego Hurtado de Mendoza last year in LA, where Russian Red is based at the moment. Diego Hurtado has been regularly working with Russian Red, directing and producing videos for her, but the personal and intimate level he has achieved in this piece is absolutely moving.
The NYLON premiere of this beautiful visual piece coincides with the kick off show of Russian Red’s North American tour, which takes her ‘Agent Cooper’ to 14 cities.
Agent Cooper hit shelves on February 25th and stormed into the Top 5 of the best-selling albums chart in Spain. The album was released in Mexico, US, Taiwan, Korea, Turkey, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Japan, Australia, UK, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Portugal, Belgium, Germany, Poland, Argentina and Colombia, among other countries. 
Russian Red has earned international reputation as an English-singing Spanish artist capable of playing to a full house in all five continents.

Russian Red w/Babes Tour Dates
October 15 – Troubador – Los Angeles, CA
October 16 – The Independent – San Francisco, California
October 17 – Bunk Bar – Portland, Oregon
October 18– WOW Hall – Eugene, Oregon
October 19 – The Crocodile – Seattle, Washington
October 22 – Icehouse – Minneapolis, Minnesota
October 23– Schubas Tavern – Chicago, Illinois
October 25 – La Vitrola – Montreal, Canada
October 26– Church of Boston – Boston, Massachusetts
October 28– The Studio at Webster Hall – New York, New York
October 29 – World Café – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
October 30– DC9 – Washington D. C.
October 31, Rams Head on Stage – Annapolis, Maryland
November 1 – The Pour House – Raleigh, North Carolina

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