Dick Stusso, the Bay Area’s own “failure-prone fantasist in a cowboy hat” (East Bay Express), hits the road again next week for a run of dates with Sub Pop’s Jo Passed, preceded by a solo acoustic set opening for Angel Olsen at the Masonic Temple in Asheville, North Carolina. To whet your appetite for these upcoming performances, we’ve shared Stusso’s new music video for “In Heaven,” the title track from his recent Hardly Art debut.
Filmed on 16mm, the winking, laconic video from director Sarah Strunin takes its inspiration from vintage Leonard Cohen and Nancy Sinatra/Lee Hazelwood clips. It premiered today via Brooklyn Vegan and you can watch it below.
In Heaven is available in all formats in the Mini Mart.
06.05.18 - Asheville, NC - Masonic Temple *
06.06.18 - Washington, DC - DC9 ^
06.07.18 - Philadelphia, PA - Boot & Saddle ^
06.08.18 - Brooklyn, NY - Park Church Co-Op ^
06.09.18 - Allston, MA - Great Scott ^
06.10.18 - Providence, RI - Fete Music Hall ^
06.11.18 - Montreal, QC - Bar le Ritz ^
06.12.18 - Ottowa, CA - Makerspace North ^
06.13.18 - Detroit, MI - Marble Bar ^
06.14.18 - Columbus, OH - Ace of Cups ^
06.16.18 - Chicago, IL - Sleeping Village ^
08.10.18 - 08.12.18 - San Francisco, CA - Outside Lands Festival
* - w/ Angel Olsen
^ - w/ Jo Passed