OLDFOLKS HOME DEBUT NEW VIDEO, PREPARE FOR NORTH AMERICAN TOUR
BLACK & BLUE, OUT MAY 7, LISTEN TO THE ENTIRE ALBUM NOW
Oldfolks Home launch new video for “Garland’s Moving to Vancouver” and stream upcoming album,Black & Blue, out May 7 on Head in the Sand. North American spring tour dates commence on May 21. See all tour dates below.
Watch “Garland’s Moving to Vancouver” HERE
Stream the upcoming album Black & Blue HERE
When Robots, Bison, and the Ogopogo all find themselves in the same video you know it must be a product of Winnipeg’s Oldfolks Home. Ricardo Lopez-Aguilar’s new video for “Garland’s Moving to Vancouver” brings his electro-pop sensibilities on screen and marries them with the positive side of very personal stories. “We wanted to show the conflicting feelings of starting a new life and wanting to stay where you feel comfortable,” says Lopez-Aguilar. “And we wanted it to be fun.”
“Garland’s Moving to Vancouver”, is one of the first singles off Oldfolks Home’s upcoming album, Black & Blue, out May 7 on Head in the Sand, and available to stream right now.
Billed as the world’s first happy divorce album, Black & Blue, is both haunting and danceable. Album tracks “Sleeper” and “It Scares Me” reveal the intimate side of Lopez-Aguilar’s spirit lifting journey through one marriage and one divorce.
In support of Black & Blue, Oldfolks Home will tour North America with a wave of three-dimensional performances that will bring Lopez-Aguilar’s electronic pop missives to life from New York to Vancouver.