Colleen Green kicks off international touring in support of her acclaimed 2021 album COOL

Colleen Green has announced international touring in support of Cool, her acclaimed album out now everywhere on Hardly Art. The late spring and summer tour dates run from Wednesday, April 20th in Seattle at The Clock Out Lounge through Sunday, June 26th in Dublin, Ireland at Grand Social. Please find a full list of dates below.
Wed. Apr. 20 - Seattle, WA - Clock Out Lounge*
Sun. Apr. 24 - Portland, OR - Rontoms*
Fri. Apr. 29 - Los Angeles, CA - Permanent Records Roadhouse*
Thu. May 12 - San Francisco, CA - The Knockout
Fri. May 13 -  Reno, NV - Holland Project
Sat. May 14 -  Boise, ID - CRLB
Mon. May 16 -  Denver, CO - Hi-Dive
Wed. May 18 - Kansas City, KS - Deep Space
Thu. May 19 -  Sioux Falls, SD - Total Drag Records
Fri. May 20 -  Milwaukee, WI - Cactus Club
Sat. May 21 - Des Moines, IA - Gas Lamp
Sun. May 22 -  Chicago, IL - Cole's Bar
Mon. May 23 - Fort Wayne, IN - Brass Rail
Tue. May 24 - Lexington KY - Green Lantern
Wed. May 25 - Birmingham, AL - Firehouse
Thu. May 26 - New Orleans, LA - Saturn Bar
Fri. May 27 - Houston, TX - Wonky Power
Sat. May 28 - McAllen, TX - The Gremlin
Sun. May 29 - Austin, TX - Hotel Vegas
Wed. Jun. 01 - Tucson, AZ - Club Congress
Thu. Jun. 02 - San Diego, CA - Whistle Stop
Mon. Jun. 06 - Los Angeles, CA - Zebulon
Mon. Jun. 20 - Glasgow, UK - Broadcast*
Tue. Jun. 21 - Edinburgh, UK  - Sneaky Pete's*
Wed. Jun. 22 - Newcastle, UK - Cluny*
Thu. Jun. 23 - London, UK - Underworld*
Fri. Jun. 24 -  Galway, IE - Roisin Dubh*
Sat. Jun. 25 - Belfast, IE -  Ulster Sports Club*
Sun. Jun. 26 - Dublin, IE - Grand Social*
Cool, which features official videos for “I Wanna Be a Dog”, “It’s Nice to Be Nice”, and “Highway”,  and a fourth single “Someone Else,” was declared one of the “Best Underrated Albums of 2021” by Pitchfork staff, and one of the best albums of the year by Magnet Magazine.
Cool is Green’s first record since her acclaimed 2015 release I Want To Grow Up. It was produced by Gordon Raphael and Green, mixed by Brendan Eder, recorded at Southern California studios comp-ny (Glendale) and Tenement Yard (North Hollywood), and mastered by Frida Claeson Johansson at Svenska Grammofonstudion in Gothenburg, Sweden.
What People Are Saying About Cool:
Cool is not only a masterful release sonically, but it strikes a cosmic chord that few releases can hit.” Punk News
“A great summer indie pop album.” ★★★★ MOJO
“Cool’s sharp pop unfolds with a satisfying lightness of touch.” ★★★★ DIY
“The songs on Cool are rooted in confidence and honesty, steeped in indie-rock attitude and glossed over in a groovy sheen. The lead single “I Wanna Be a Dog” is a blissful rocker about — quite literally — aspiring to be a canine, brimming with sunniness…” Rolling Stone
“Green commandeers her forces, keeps things simple, and makes irresistibly confident and sharp guitar pop. Addictive.” The Wire
“If I Wanna Grow Up was about exorcising internal angst, Cool is about contending with frustration from outside sources, from expectations, from the often-crushing weight of the world. But there’s a palpable sense of grounded triumph on Cool. The album feels like less the angst of rock and roll and more the shrug of punk.” - NYLON

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