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My Brightest Diamond

Champagne [EP]
Release Date: April 27, 2018
Add Date: April 24, 2018


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Shara Nova’s new album, A Million and One will be released this summer. To get things started, we pop the cork on the Champagne EP featuring the title track as well as a french version of the title track and remixes by Monty Luke and Valley Hush

Nova co-produced the tracks on A Million and One with The Twilite Tone (Gorillaz, Kanye West, Common, Kendrick Lamar). The album features contributions from Earl Harvin (Air, Tindersticks, The The) and Vincent Taurelle (Air, Tony Allen, Françoise Hardy).

Worldwide Release April 27, 2018

Not many people can front a rock band, sing Górecki’s Third Symphony, lead a marching band processional down the streets of the Sundance film festival and perform in a baroque opera of their own composing all in a month’s time. But Shara Nova can.

Her multi-faceted career as My Brightest Diamond, which began with an acclaimed independent rock record, has reflected her journey into the world of performing arts. Since her debut, Shara Nova has released three subsequent studio albums as My Brightest Diamond. Her repertoire has displayed mastery of composition and deep exploration into electronic, chamber and art pop.
Born in diamond-rich Arkansas and then raised all around the country, Nova came from a musical family of traveling evangelists. She went on to study operatic voice and then classical composition after a move to New York City. Shara began issuing recordings as My Brightest Diamond in 2006, following a protean period in the band AwRY, and joined Sufjan Stevens’ Illinoisemakers live ensemble. Asthmatic Kitty Records released her debut album, Bring Me The Workhorse in 2006, A Thousand Sharks’ Teeth in 2008, All Things Will Unwind in 2011, which featured songs written for the chamber ensemble yMusic, and This is My Hand in 2014.
In between MBD, well-known fans became creative colleagues, and collaborative projects amassed. Highlights include singing in Laurie Anderson’s 2008 show “Homeland,” delivering guest vocals on The Decemberists’ 2009 Hazards of Love album and subsequently joining them on tour, performing in Bryce and Aaron Dessner’s multimedia presentation “The Long Count,” singing and recording for Pulitzer Prize-winning composer David Lang and singing in Sarah Kirkland Snider’s “Penelope” and “Unremembered.” Shara has also worked with David Byrne (on his concept musical “Here Lies Love”), Fat Boy Slim, Bon Iver and The Blind Boys of Alabama.


April 25 – May 21, 2018 – US tour with Tune-Yards
June 28 – New York, NY Public Arts (New Sounds Electric Nights) Aug 13-19, 2018 - Berlin, DE Michelberger Hotel PEOPLE festival
Aug 23, 2018 – Hamburg, DE Elbephilharmonie Kampnagel Internationales Sommerfestival Sept 1, 2018 - Aarhus, DK Aarhus Symfoniorkester

Press Contact Andrea Troolin at Ekonomisk Mgmt
Radio Contact Katie, Lauren or Nelson Wells

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Tour Dates

07.20 Birdsong Brewing Co. (Charlotte, NC)

07.20 Barkett (Berlin, Germany)

07.20 Great American Music Hall (with Ry Cooder) (San Francisco, CA)

07.21 Uptown Theater (with Ry Cooder) (Napa, CA)

07.22 Uptown Theater (with Ry Cooder) (Napa, CA)

07.28 Poor David's Pub (Dallas, TX)

07.31 Offbeat Bar (Los Angeles, CA)

07.31 Arlene's Grocery - EP Release Show (New York, NY)

08.04 Harvey's Diner (Redfield, IA)

08.04 The Funhouse at Mr. Smalls w/ Castlecomer (Pittsburgh, PA)

08.05 The Westport Saloon (Kansas City, MO)

08.09 Levitt Pavilion (Los Angeles, CA)

08.10 Blonde Bar (San Diego, CA)

08.10 Singer Concert Hall (with Ry Cooder) (Calgary, Alberta Canada)

08.10 Nietzsche's (Buffalo, NY)

08.11 Mercury Lounge (Goleta, CA)

08.11 Rainbow Bistro Beach Party (Ottawa, ON)

08.12 Brick & Mortar (San Francisco, CA)

08.13 Radio Bean (Burlington, VT)

08.14 Liquor Store (Portland, OR)

08.14 Paramount Theater (with Ry Cooder) (Denver, CO)

08.15 Fox Cabaret (Vancouver, BC)

08.15 Sonny's Tavern (Dover, NH)

08.16 Vera Project (Seattle, WA)

08.16 Andy's Old Port Pub (Portland, ME)

08.17 Neurolux (Boise, ID)

08.18 Mesa Arts Center (with Ry Cooder) (Mesa, AZ)

08.18 The Saturday Light Brigade (Pittsburgh, PA)

08.19 Kilby Court (Salt Lake City, UT)

08.19 Spirit Pizza (Pittsburgh, PA)

08.21 Lost Lake (Denver, CO)

08.22 Sister The Bar (Albuquerque, NM)

08.23 Love Buzz (El Paso, TX)

08.23 Bemo's Bar (Bay City, MI)

08.26 The Elbow Room (Chicago, IL)

08.28 Captain Roy's (Des Moines, IA)

08.29 Harney Street Tavern (Omaha, NE)

08.30 Uptown Art Bar (Kansas City, MO)

09.05 Valley Bar - with Dead Sara (Phoenix, AX)

09.08 Central Saloon (Seattle, WA)

09.20 Artmosphere (Lafayette, LA)

09.21 Mid City Ballroom (Baton Rouge, LA)

09.27 Hi Ho Lounge (New Orleans, LA)

09.29 Blue Canoe (Tupelo, MS)

09.30 5 Spot (Nashville, TN)

10.01 Smith’s Olde Bar (Atlanta, GA)

10.13 Frets & Necks Fest 2018 (Hartsville, SC)

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