070 SHAKE SETS JANUARY 17, 2020 RELEASE DATE FOR HIGHLY ANTICIPATED DEBUT ALBUM MODUS VIVENDI, RELEASES NEW TRACK & VIDEO “UNDER THE MOON”
070 Shake – the innovative, genre-defying artist who garnered huge buzz from Kanye West’s 2018 Wyoming sessions, has announced that the official release date of her highly-anticipated debut album, MODUS VIVENDI, will be on January 17, 2020 via G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam Recordings.
Simultaneously, Shake will also release a new track and video from the album, “Under The Moon,” which was produced by Dave Hamelin – with additional production, mixing & mastering by Mike Dean, and video directed by Lauren Dunn. She has also announced a world tour beginning in January The album cover was painted by artist Sam Spratt in a collaboration with 070 Shake.
“Under The Moon” follows “Morrow” and “Nice To Have,” which introduced fans to a new side of 070 Shake when they were released simultaneously as the first advance tracks from MODUS VIVENDI. “Morrow” found Shake taking everything she learned during the Wyoming Sessions and transferring it to an up-tempo record that was at once rowdy and ethereal. “Nice To Have” slowed things down as she reflected on a past lover.
I just really go with how I feel in the moment, and then that’s where the writing comes from. It’s like an ongoing disperse of words when I feel something.
MODUS VIVENDI opens the next phase of 070 Shake’s journey. The album brings her reflective style to the spotlight with boundary-pushing creativity and pure emotional honesty as her compass. “I just really go with how I feel in the moment, and then that’s where the writing comes from. It’s like an ongoing disperse of words when I feel something.” In a world obsessed with consumption, Shake is a much-needed breath of fresh air, more than ready to make her impact felt through music. “I want it to make a change in the world. The agenda is bigger than just music.”
“Nice To Have” slowed things down as she reflected on a past lover.
070 Shake’s world tour starts on January 19, 2020, at the Button Factory in Dublin. The seven-week, 25-city tour includes sold out stops at such prestigious venues as London’s Village Underground (January 20th), Vega in Copenhagen (January 28th), The Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood (February 7th) and will wrap up on March 7th at U Street Music Hall in Washington, DC.
I want it to make a change in the world. The agenda is bigger than just music.