Nathan Fake Returns With Release From Ninja Tune

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After a two-year hiatus, Nathan Fake is back and set to release his fourth album Providence via Ninja Tunes on the 10th March 2017.

It is being hailed as his most personal and profoundly emotional work to date. Crafted in the wake of a crippling two-year spell of writer’s block, the British producer describes his latest offering as “a massive step up both in my career and in my life in general… it felt like I’d come alive again.”

Fake will be collaborating with vocalists for the first time in his career on Providence, namely Prurient (aka Vatican Shadow) and Raphaelle Standell-Preston from Braids, both of whom he met while on tour (in Geneva and Osaka, respectively).

Fake will tour heavily in support of the album, taking in Australia, Europe and Asia through March, April and May 2017, with a brand-new solo live show featuring visuals by the esteemed Matt Bateman, who has previously worked with likes of Jon Hopkins as well as LFO.

Check out his latest track “RVK” featuring Raphaelle Standell-Preston (of Braids) below:

Nathan Fake, Providence Tour Dates

03/02 Spectaculare, Prague
07/03 Arts Centre, Norwich
11/03 Days Like This Festival, Sydney
12/03 Pitch Music & Arts Festival, Melbourne
16/03 De School, Amsterdam
17/03 Shoko, Madrid
18/03 Razzmatazz II, Barcelona
23/03 Teatro Della Tosse, Genova
24/03 Circolo Magnolia, Milan
25/03 Locomotiv Club, Bologna
29/03 24 Kitchen Street, Liverpool
30/03 Headrow House, Leeds
31/03 Stereo, Glasgow
01/04 Soup Kitchen, Manchester
05/04 The Lantern, Bristol
06/04 Music Hall, Ramsgate
07/04 ICA, London
08/04 Patterns, Brighton
12/04 Contemporary Art Gallery, Nottingham
13/04 Cluny, Newcastle
28/04 Café de la Danse, Paris
29/04 La Gravière, Geneva
30/04 Bozar Night, Brussels
17/05 Dada, Shanghai
18/05 Dada, Beijing
19/05 Circus, Tokyo
20/05 Star Festival, Kyoto
26/05 Spring Attitude Festival, Rome
27/05 Nuits Sonores, Lyon
03/08 Dekmantel, Amsterdam