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Iron & Wine Announces New Album Light Verse, Shares 2024 Tour Dates

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Iron & Wine has returned with the announcement of his seventh studio album, Light Verse. He’s also shared the album’s first single, “You Never Know,” as well as a slew of 2024 headlining tour dates.

Light Verse marks Sam Beam’s first album in seven years as Iron & Wine, and will arrive on April 26th via Sub Pop. The album was produced by Beam in Los Angeles and features a 24-person orchestra on four of its 10 tracks. Also appearing on Light Verse is Fiona Apple, who lent vocals to the duet “All in Good Time.”

“You Never Know,” the first offering from Light Verse, begins with some signature finger-plucked guitar work from Beam before blooming into harmony-laden folk pop majesty. Throughout the track, Beam sings of a bastion of “coulds,” eventually landing on the idea that regardless of the twists and turns that life can take, you never know what the outcome will be. Stream the song below.

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The announcement of Light Verse coincides with a 2024 Iron & Wine North American headlining tour, which begins this summer. After the tour’s opening date in Milwaukee on June 14th, Iron & Wine will spend the summer playing cities like Los Angeles, Chicago, Austin, Brooklyn, and Toronto. Check out Iron & Wine’s full list of 2024 shows below.

A Live Nation pre-sale will begin on Thursday, February 8th (use code ENERGY) ahead of the general on-sale taking place on Friday, February 9th via Ticketmaster.

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After tickets are on sale, fans can also check for deals on StubHub, where your purchase is 100% guaranteed through StubHub’s Fan Protect program. StubHub is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.

Iron & Wine’s Light Verse follows 2017’s Beast Epic and 2018’s Weed Garden EP. Iron & Wine also provided the soundtrack to the documentary and concert film Who Can See Forever, which follows one of Iron & Wine’s performances at the Haw River Ballroom in Saxapahaw, North Carolina.

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