Illuminati Hotties Announces Tour, Shares Video for New Song “Can’t Be Still”: Watch

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Illuminati Hotties has announced a North American tour that’s slated for this autumn. To coincide with the news, she’s also shared a new song titled “Can’t Be Still,” along with a music video directed by Tony Wolski. In the clip, Sarah Tudzin walks across the city, a tropical landscape, and a desert, picking up new friends along the way – one of whom is Camp Cope’s Georgia Maq. Check it out below.

Speaking about the song’s origin, Tudzin said, “I find that something I have in common with most people that I talk to lately is the immense fear of and inability to be alone with ourselves. Constant motion, avoidance, restlessness – anything to keep myself from stagnating have always been my coping mechanisms when my inner monologue starts to get loud.”

Illuminati Hotties will kick off her headlining tour on September 25 in Santa Ana, California. She’s slated to perform across the United States and Canada on through to November 1, where the tour ends in her hometown of Los Angeles, California. Opening dates along the run are Daffo and Maddie Ross. Find the complete list of tour dates below.

The most recent Illuminati Hotties album, Let Me Do One More, came out in 2021. Since then, Tudzin has released the songs “Truck” and “Sandwich Sharer,” recorded a feature for Ducks Ltd.’s “Head On,” and sang a song for the Star Wars spinoff show Ahsoka. She’s also had a hand in producing music for Speedy Ortiz, Pom Pom Squad, and Boygenius, the latter of which earned her a Grammy nomination for her engineering work specifically.

Read about Let Me Do One More in Pitchfork’s list of “The 50 Best Albums of 2021.”

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Illuminati Hotties: Can’t Be Still Tour

Illuminati Hotties:

09-25 Santa Ana, CA – Constellation Room ^*
09-26 San Diego, CA – Casbah ^*
09-28 San Francisco, CA – The Chapel ^*
09-29 Sacramento, CA – Goldfield Trading Post ^*
10-01 Portland, OR – Mississippi Studios ^*
10-02 Vancouver, British Columbia – Biltmore Cabaret ^*
10-03 Seattle, WA – Neumos ^*
10-04 Boise, ID – Neurolux ^
10-05 Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court ^
10-06 Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge ^
10-08 Saint Paul, MN – Turf Club ^
10-09 Milwaukee, WI – Vivarium ^
10-10 Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall ^
10-11 Hamtramck, MI – The Sanctuary ^
10-12 Toronto, Ontario – Longboat Hall ^
10-13 Montreal, QC – Cabaret Fouf ^
10-15 South Burlington, VT – Higher Ground ^ 
10-16 Cambridge, MA – The Sinclair ^
10-17 Philadelphia, PA – First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia ^
10-18 New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom ^
10-19 Washington, D.C. – Black Cat ^
10-20 Durham, NC – Motorco Music Hall ^
10-22 Nashville, TN – The End ^
10-23 Atlanta, GA -The Masquerade (Purgatory) ^
10-26 Dallas, TX – Club Dada ^
10-27 Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall ^
10-29 Santa Fe, NM – Tumbleroot Brewery and Distillery ^
10-30 Phoenix, AZ – The Rebel Lounge ^
11-01 Los Angeles, CA – Teragram Ballroom ^

^ with Daffo
* with Maddie Ross