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Official Video for Julianna Barwick’s “The Harbinger”

Watch the official video for Julianna Barwick’s “The Harbinger”.  The video directed by Derrick Belchan premiered today on Pitchfork. The imagery shows Julianna’s ghost floating in a pool, “her dress cuffs fluttering like jellyfish and a wispy train of tulle her shroud.”

According to Belcham, “The video illustrates a moment in which an individual makes a sudden choice which they know will change their life forever, for better or worse, and the freedom that this affords them, liberating or oppressive. It is a non-linear illustration of catharsis.”

Check out the video for “The Harbinger” below:

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Julianna’s headlining US west coast tour starts in Lincoln, NE on November 15 and continues with stops in Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego (where she’ll appear with Mark McGuire), among a host of other cities. The tour also features a stop at the Flaming Lips’ Womb Gallery in Oklahoma City.

Tour Dates:

11/15/13 Lincoln, NE – Vega
11/16/13 Denver, CO – Leon Gallery
11/18/13 Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court w/ Silver Antlers & Grizzly Prospector
11/19/13 Boise, ID – The Crux
11/21/13 Vancouver, BC – St. James Hall
11/22/13 Seattle, WA – Fremont Abbey*
11/23/13 Portland, OR – Old Church*
11/26/13 San Francisco, CA – The Chapel^
11/27/13 Visalia, CA – The Cellar Door w/ The Actress Group
11/29/13 Los Angeles, CA – The Church on York^
11/30/13 San Diego, CA – Luce Loft^
12/01/13 Phoenix, AZ – The Crescent Ballroom
12/02/13 Albuquerque, NM – Immanuel Presbyterian Church w/ Immanuel
12/03/13 Marfa, TX – Ballroom Marfa
12/05/13 Austin, TX – The Parish
12/06/13 Dallas, TX – Old Bowling Alley of Sons of Hermann Hall
12/07/13 Oklahoma City, OK – Womb Gallery

* = w/ Hannah Epperson
^ = w/Mark McGuire

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