Slow Magic announces it's the end of the world but it's ok North American tour

Slow Magic announces four-part album & accompanying NA tour, ‘it’s the end of the world but it’s ok’

The producer’s brand new 4-part album is releasing some time in 2020. The LP’s lead single, “Home,” lands Friday, March 27.

After the highly successful release of his Dreams project which garnered tastemaker praise from critics and fans alike, Slow Magic returns with a brand new album and accompanying North American tour. Dubbed it’s the end of the world but it’s ok, the 4-part independent project will be released throughout 2020 as the masked producer scurries along his 16-date live headline tour.

2019 signified a year of change for Slow Magic. The enigmatic visionary, once trapped at the hands of an unfavorable record deal, found a new voice in his Dreams project. Now, on top of the new decade, Slow Magic is set to release “Home,” the lead single from his forthcoming project at the end of March.

Slow Magic said the following of the new creative chapter in a press statement:

it’s the end of the world, but it’s ok paints a sci-fi picture of a post apocalyptic world where only few remain. Social media is gone, money is meaningless, and life as they know it has changed. Despite all this, they find optimism, love, and happiness.

The album correlates to the world we live in today, where everything seems like it is spinning out of control. But at the heart of human nature there is always hope and all things considered; we are ok. With my upcoming live show I want to create the feeling that everything will be ok, if even for a moment.”

Slow Magic will play out the new album along his forthcoming 16-date headline tour across North America, kicking off at the end of April in Madison, Wisconsin. The live tour will see stops in major music markets, featuring support from bitbird family member Duskus and Johnlukeirl.

Tickets are on sale Friday, March 6 at 10am local time on Slow Magic’s tour website.

Slow Magic announces it's the end of the world but it's ok North American tour

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