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yeule – tour closing party

  • 9:00 pm - 1:00 am | Saturday July 30, 2022
  • Lobby | Ace Hotel New York
  • Free

Today, Singapore-born artist Nat Ćmiel, a.k.a yeule, announces the closing party of their [now sold out] North American tour, celebrating the release of their critically acclaimed album Glitch Princess.

 

Live music and DJ sets from Michele Yue and Taphari 

 

Glitch Princess was received to universal praise with twice Pitchfork Best New Music review and The FADER describing it as, “a challenging piece of work but one that doesn’t shy away from bold pop moments.” The album opens a channel to the in-between spaces: error messages and broken computer code, what it is to be conceptually manifested and the curation of the aesthete. Glitch Princess is the undiluted excerpt of a downpour of emotions following Ćmiel’s experiences with sobriety – a redirection of chaotic energy into verse and the opportunity to confront their own vices.

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