Snail Mail - The Pageant - St. Louis, MO - 09.03.22

Presented by The Pageant & Eleven Productions

Snail Mail

with Momma , Hotline TNT

COVID-19 Entry Requirements
Vaccination Proof/Test: Not Required
Mask: Optional

Snail Mail on Friday, December 10 is rescheduled to Saturday, September 3, 2022. Refunds available at point of purchase. Tickets for the original date will be honored at the new date.

Message from the artist:
“Lindsey here – unfortunately, with terrible news this time. I’ve been struggling with my vocal health more and more each year.  i lose my voice after a couple days of singing.   i went to see an ENT last week and they found massive polyps in my vocal cords (surprisingly from vocal trauma due to talking!! shocker lol) that need to be operated on to prevent permanent damage to my voice. The recovery time is three months/speech therapy and in an effort to make sure the rest of the tour can happen, I will be postponing our first US tour which was supposed to begin this week as well as our initial UK/Euro tour :(. I’m devastated to be pushing off shows even longer.  My team is working overtime to reschedule everything that we’re postponing–we will have everything rescheduled imminently.  Thank you so much for all the support you’ve given the new record so far.”

About the Artist

On her 2018 debut album Lush, seventeen-year-old Lindsey Jordan sang “I’m in full control / I’m not lost / Even when it’s love / Even when it’s not”. Her natural ability to be many things at once resonated with a lot of people. The contradiction of confidence and vulnerability, power and delicacy, had the impact of a wrecking ball when put to tape. It was an impressive and unequivocal career-making moment for Jordan.

On Valentine, her sophomore album out November 5th on Matador, Lindsey solidifies and defines this trajectory in a blaze of glory. In 10 songs, written over 2019-2020 by Jordan alone, we are taken on an adrenalizing odyssey of genuine originality in an era in which “indie” music has been reduced to gentle, homogenous pop composed mostly by ghost writers. Made with careful precision, Valentine shows an artist who has chosen to take her time. The reference points are broad and psychically stirring, while the lyrics build masterfully on the foundation set by Jordan’s first record to deliver a deeper understanding of heartbreak.

On “Ben Franklin”, the second single of the album, Jordan sings “Moved on, but nothing feels true / Sometimes I hate her just for not being you...

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