The Folklore Rooms, Brighton.
This event is for 18 and over - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.
Baltimore's Julien Chang writes music that tunnels toward a series of deeper truths, investigating everyday existentialism, love and life, art and the artist. Arriving in 2019 with his critically acclaimed album 'Jules', Chang set a precedent with his breezy, dreamy debut and is now exacting his focus on 2022 with forthcoming new music, 'The Sale'
Recorded partially in his hometown of Baltimore and partially in his dorm room at Princeton, his new album 'The Sale' is a homegrown effort with Chang playing all instruments, bar the odd exception of a few notable cameos from Baltimore locals, classmates and old friends. Following his debut 'Jules' - which saw Chang earn praise from the likes of Pitchfork, Fader, The Guardian, NME, Loud & Quiet, DIY, Billboard alongside support from BBC Radio 1 & 6Music via Annie Mac, Jack Saunders, and Jamz Supernova - his new LP explores the discrepancy between two worlds, a struggle to get comfortable in either one of them, and ultimately an artistic fascination with this very struggle.
A statement of intent from an artist who promises to be an important rising voice of our times, Chang's single 'Marmalade' is out now on Transgressive and his new album 'The Sale' is released 4th November on limited edition vinyl, CD and digital.