24/10/2019 II Louis-Philippe-Poisson, Trois-Rivières (QC)
08/11/2019 II Cultural Altes Kaufhaus, Landau In Der Pfalz (DE)
09/11/2019 II Kulturzentrum Dieselstrasse e.V. Esslingen Am Neckar (DE)
12/11/2019 II Kofferfabrik, Fürth (DE)
13/11/2019 II Zehner, München (DE)
14/11/2019 II Oberfränkisches Textilmuseum, Helmbrechts (DE)
15/11/2019 II Oberfränkisches Textilmuseum, Helmbrechts (DE)
17/11/2019 II Synagoge, Wawern (DE)
18/11/2019 II Christuskirche , Dusseldorf (DE)
19/11/2019 II Förderverein Freunde vom Franz, Aachen (DE)
20/11/2019 II Südbahnhof, Krefeld (DE)
22/11/2019 II Storchenturm, Schwarzwald (DE)
23/11/2019 II Transvocale Festival, Frankfurt An Der Oder (DE)
24/11/2019 II Objekt 5 / Restaurant Ruine, Schwarzenbach An Der Saale (DE)
26/11/2019 II Privatclub w/Carlie Hanson, Berlin (DE)
Things are looking up for Patrick Krief.
Dovetale is the new record by the Montreal singer, songwriter and guitarist, a triumphant union of contemporary pop and rock sounds that emerged from the literal honeymoon phase of Krief’s marriage. While domestic bliss doesn’t typically the inspire the kind open-heart poetry and high-octane pop sound that Krief is known for — and his previous release Automanic was an epic double album fuelled by heartbreak and self-destruction — the conception of Dovetale found him at the peak of his game artistically as well as personally.
It’s uncertain what the future will bring, though he hints that the live show to come with next year’s Dovetale tour may point the way to a new sonic realm. But for Krief, given the vibrancy, jubilation and thoughtful balladry of a new record that’s clearly a career high, the present is the place to be.