This coming Sunday, October 2nd, the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection will once again have possibly their last chance to see an emerging pop icon from the intimacy of The Foundry when buzzyworthy alt-pop chanteuse Maude Latour brings her what is this feeling? tour to the 450-capacity Fishtown venue (2022 has already seen Laufey, Slayyyter, Raveena, Fletcher, UPSAHL, and Griff play that very stage.) The tour kicks off this Thursday (9/29) in Boston and Maude Latour’s third EP, 001, drops the following day on Warner Records. Earlier this month Latour released “Cyclone,” the latest single from the EP. The electropop number has the 23-year-old artist musing about the importance of friendship, even those that have been proven to be traumatic. “Cyclone” is the fifth single off of 001, with previous singles gaining praise from the likes of The New York Times, Rolling Stone, and V Magazine, who proclaimed Latour, “is quickly becoming the indie-pop girl to know.” Just weeks ago Latour even had a cover of Kim Wilde’s “Kids In America” featured in Netflix original film Do Revenge, starring Camila Mendes, Maya Hawke, and Sophie Turner. As of right now, tickets still remain for Maude Latour’s 10/2 show at The Foundry, but I wouldn’t count on them lasting through the week, so make sure to pick them up below and check out her music video for “Probabilities,” off of 001.
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