How to Dress Well shares part II of “What Is This Heart?” video trilogy: “Face Again”

“What Is This Heart?” is the new studio album by Tom Krell, AKA How to Dress Well – set for release through Weird World on June 23rd 2014.

Krell has today shared “Face Again”, a previously unheard song from the record, via the second in a short film trilogy by Norwegian director Johannes Greve Muskat and California-based collaborator Luke Gilford.

Following the tantalising opening instalment for lead single “Repeat Pleasure”, the video for “Face Again” was shot in the Californian desert – further exploring the theme of “what happens when people take a risk, when people try to live and die right” as Krell has previously explained.

“Face Again” follows “Repeat Pleasure” and “Words I Don’t Remember” as well as “NO WORDS TO SAY” – Krell’s recently released, influence-exploring mixtape – in teasing “What Is This Heart?”

 “What Is This Heart?” is available for pre-order now on iTunes and on CD and Deluxe LP via Weird World.


Full How to Dress Well dates:

06-10 NYC, Slipper Room (Record Release Show + video screening)

06-13 London, England – ICA (SOLD OUT)
06-14 Brussels, Belgium – Beursschouwburg
06-16 Paris, France – Nouveau Casino
06-17 Amsterdam, Netherlands – MC Theatre
06-29 Berlin, Germany – Berliner Festspiele
08-21 San Diego, CA – Casbah
08-22 Los Angeles, CA – First Unitarian Church
08-23 Monterey, CA – First City Festival
08-24 Monterey, CA – First City Festival
08-25 Portland, OR – Holocene
08-26 Vancouver, British Columbia – Fortune Sound Club
08-27 Seattle, WA – Neumos
08-29 Salt Lake City, UT – Urban Lounge
09-02 Omaha, NE – Waiting Room
09-03 Minneapolis, MN – Triple Rock Social Club
09-04 Chicago, IL – Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA)
09-04-06 Raleigh, NC – Hopscotch Music Festival
09-05 Louisville, KY – Headliners Music Hall
09-08 Atlanta, GA – Terminal West
09-09 Nashville, TN – Exit In
09-11 Columbus, OH – A&R Music Bar
09-12 Toronto, Ontario – The Mod Club
09-14 Montreal, Quebec – Le Belmont
09-16 Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall
09-17 New York City, NY – Irving Plaza
09-19 Philadelphia, PA – District N9NE
09-20 Washington, DC – U Street Music Hall
09-22 St. Louis, MO – The Luminary Center for the Arts
09-24 Oxford, MS – Proud Larry’s
09-25 New Orleans, LA – Hi Ho Lounge
09-27 Austin, TX – Central Presbyterian Church