070 SHAKE RELEASES SOPHOMORE ALBUM YOU CAN’T KILL ME
SHARES NEW VIDEO FOR "MEDICINE"
YOU CAN'T KILL ME OUT NOW
You Can't Kill Me album artwork by Nicola Samori
You Can't Kill Me
“070 Shake built a world of her own that was cinematic, soulful, and shape-shifting”
“An emo-rap Dark Side Of The Moon…suggests Enya and Pink Floyd as much as Frank Ocean”
“Every part of her that she shares is achingly honest”
“Bright melodies built for lovesick kids”
“070 Shake is indescribably mysterious and alluring… There are very few women in the trap music world that aren’t pandering to men. Her lyrics are deep and unique–there is no one like her.”
03 JUNE 2022 (TORONTO, ON) – 070 Shake officially releases her highly-anticipated sophomore album, You Can't Kill Me via G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam Recordings. Executive produced by 070 Shake and Dave Hamelin and mixed and mastered by Mike Dean, the new project arrives alongside an Alexander Wesseley-directed video for the album track "Medicine" that shows an intimate performance of the song as Shake is submerged in water while vocalizing through an oxygen mask. The album features previously released tracks "Body," "Web," and the first offering from You Can't Kill Me, "Skin and Bones."
You Can’t Kill Me is an extension of Shake's previous interrogation of humanity, aiming to further expose her innermost feelings and to explore complicated interpersonal connections, digging deeply as a manifesto about emotional investment, codependency, and withdrawal. Speaking on the project's premise, she shares: “We’re so attached to this physical world, it makes us more susceptible to being hurt. You can’t kill me because I’m more than my body." Further detailing the album's genesis, she says "With each album, it’s like you’re being revealed more and more. You Can’t Kill Meshows how dedicated I am to being free within music... Feeling is the biggest ingredient of my music.”
070 Shake is finishing her headline North American tour next week with a 4-night takeover of the El Rey in Los Angeles, culminating a 20-date run which has seen stops in Chicago, New York City, Toronto, Houston, Phoenix, and more. For a glimpse into how electric her You Can't Kill Me Tour has been, 070 Shake recently shared a live video of "The Pines" recorded earlier this month at the House of Blues in Chicago. She also shared a look into her sold out New York City show at Terminal 5 in front of 3,000+ fans HERE. Tickets are available HERE.
Listen to You Can't Kill Me above, see full tour routing and album details below and stay tuned for more from 070 Shake coming soon.
YOU CAN'T KILL ME
June 3rd, 2022
G.O.O.D Music/Def Jam Recordings
5. Skin and Bones
6. Blue Velvet
8. Body (ft. Christine and the Queens)
9. Wine & Spirits
10. Come Back Home
12. Purple Walls
14. Se Fue La Luz