Orpheum Theatre | Boston, Massachusetts
Katie Crutchfield’s indie folk project Waxahatchee is going on tour! In line with the announcement of a 2024 North American tour, the singer also unveiled her upcoming album, “Tiger’s Blood,” as well as the lead single, “Right Back To It.” They’re bringing this project across the country, including a stop in Boston, Massachusetts!
Fans get the wonderful opportunity to witness Waxahatchee perform live at the Orpheum Theatre Boston on Friday, the 26th of April, 2024. Prepare to have an unforgettable night as you enjoy Waxahatchee’s newest album live. It’s going to be an incredible experience! So, call all fellow Waxahatchee fans and make plans to come and see this show.
Go ahead and grab your tickets to see Waxahatchee in Boston today. Tickets are on sale right here and you may secure yours by clicking ‘GET TICKETS’. Be quick before they sell out, see you there!
Katie Crutchfield's indie folk project Waxahatchee has just spilled the tea on a brand-new album, "Tigers Blood." The album is set to drop on March 22nd via her new label home, ANTI-. Alongside this exciting news, she also treated fans to the lead single "Right Back to It" and has a lineup of US tour dates for 2024.
Katie poured her heart into crafting most of the songs on "Tigers Blood" during what she describes as a "hot hand spell" while touring towards the end of 2022. Teaming up once again with producer Brad Cook, who also worked on her 2020 album "Saint Cloud," she brought in some new creative minds. This includes none other than MJ Lenderman and Spencer Tweedy. Pre-orders are ongoing right now too!
The lead single, "Right Back to It," showcases Crutchfield embracing her country roots. You can hear her weaving her vocals alongside the arpeggiated banjo vibes courtesy of Phil Cook, while Lenderman joins in harmony during the choruses. The song dives deep into reflections on maintaining a long-term romantic relationship, capturing the bittersweet beauty of building a partnership that can outlast your worries.
“I get ahead of myself/ Bracing for a bombshell,” she sings in the song. “But you come to me on a fault line/ Deep inside a goldmine.”
“I wrote it backstage at Wolf Trap when I was on tour opening for Jason Isbell and Sheryl Crow,” Crutchfield says of “Right Back to It.” “I’m really interested in writing love songs that are gritty and unromantic. I wanted to make a song about the ebb and flow of a longtime love story. I thought it might feel untraditional but a little more in alignment with my experience to write about feeling insecure or foiled in some way internally, but always finding your way back to a newness or an intimacy with the same person.”
Get ready to hear this song, and the rest of the album, live when Waxahatchee comes to Boston! If you don't have tickets yet, you need to get your hands on them right now!