Noah Gundersen releases new album ‘A Pillar of Salt’

Noah Gundersen has today released his fifth album ‘A Pillar of Salt’ via Cooking Vinyl. The record features a new track – ‘Atlantis’ – with guest vocals from his good friend Phoebe Bridgers. The affecting composition is the perfect vessel for two of the most moving voices in music today to blend together beautifully. Watch the moody music video, which follows a monochrome Gundersen through bars and gardens in the dark to his piano and the stage. “The Atlantis video was shot on iPhone by my best friend Red Williamson,” he says of the clip. “We’ve been buds for 15 years. Big thanks to our friend Craig for letting us use his venue in Bellingham, The Wild Buffalo. Thanks to my fiancé, Misha, for pulling Red down a walking path in a cart so we could shoot those night shots. Thank you Joey for the sick jacket. Phoebe may not be physically in the video but she’s there in spirit as the sweet voice of my inner monologue.”

Noah Gundersen recently announced a headline tour of the UK and Europe in March/April 2022. He’ll be returning to the iconic Union Chapel in London on 01 April, a venue he played the most poignant of shows at around the start of 2020, just prior to the world locking down. Says Gundersen of the tour “I’m beyond excited to be coming across the pond for a string of shows in 2022. It’s been much too long and I can’t wait to get back to some of my favorite places and play music for you lovely people.”

Gundersen is celebrating the arrival of ‘A Pillar of Salt’ with a solo headline tour in the US, kicking off this month and continuing through mid-December. Much of the tour is already sold out, including multiple shows in Decatur, GA, New York City, and Nashville. 

21/03 – Bryggarsalen, Stockholm (Sweden)
22/03 – John Dee, Oslo (Norway)
23/03 – Hotel Cecil, Copenhagen (Denmark)
24/03 – Hafenklang, Hamburg (Germany)
26/03 – Quasimodo, Berlin (Germany)
27/03 – Artheater, Cologne (Germany)
29/03 – TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht (Netherlands)
31/03 – The Stoller Hall, Manchester (UK)
01/04 – Union Chapel, London (UK)
02/04 – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds (UK)
04/04 – St. George’s Hall, Bristol (UK)
05/04 – The Glee Club, Birmingham (UK)
06/04 – Oran Mor, Glasgow (UK)
08/04 – The Workmans Club, Dublin (Ireland)

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