I Can Change by Lake Street Dive

Brooklyn-based Lake Street Dive have released the video for their track “I Can Change,” which will appear on their upcoming release, Free Yourself Up, due out May 4th.

Free Yourself Up is Lake Street Dive’s second album on Nonesuch Records. The four-member band-drummer Michael Calabrese, bassist Bridget Kearney, singer Rachael Price, and guitarist/trumpeter Michael “McDuck” Olson-produced the album themselves at Goosehead Palace Studios in Nashville with engineer Dan Knobler.”

While you’re at it, check them out on tour:

Unless noted as a ‘non-bundle date’, every ticket purchased online for Lake Street Dive’s headline shows will include a CD of the new album Free Yourself Up, to be released on 5/4/18. Instructions for redeeming albums will be sent via email shortly after ticket purchases.

May 4 – Boston, MA The Sinclair* SOLD OUT
May 5 – Turners Falls, MA Shea Theater* SOLD OUT
May 6 – Kingston, NY Ulster Performing Arts Center*
May 8 – Burlington, VT Higher Ground* SOLD OUT
May 9 – New Haven, CT College Street Music Hall*
May 10 – Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel* SOLD OUT
May 12 – Philadelphia, PA The Fillmore*
May 13 – Pittsburgh, PA Mr. Smalls* SOLD OUT
May 15 – Chicago, IL Thalia Hall* SOLD OUT
May 17 – St. Paul, MN Palace Theater^
May 18 – Des Moines, IA Simon Estes^
May 19 – St. Louis, MO The Pageant^
May 21 – Albuquerque, NM Kimo Theater
May 23 – Los Angeles, CA Ford Theater* SOLD OUT
May 24 – Anaheim, CA House of Blues*
May 25 – San Francisco, CA The Fillmore* SOLD OUT
May 27 – Napa Valley, CA Bottle Rock Festival SOLD OUT
May 29 – Vancouver, BC Commodore*
May 30 – Seattle, WA Showbox at the Market* SOLD OUT
June 1 – Ogden, UT Ogden Music Festival
June 2 – Stateline, NV Montbleu Resort Casino +
June 20 – Cleveland, OH House of Blues +
June 21 – Charleston, WV Clay Center for the Arts & Science of West Virginia
June 23 – Ottawa, ONT Ottawa Jazz Festival
June 25 – Toronto, ONT Toronto Jazz Festival
June 26 – Royal Oak, MI The Royal Oak Theatre +
June 28 – Rochester, NY International Jazz Festival
June 29 – Red Bank, NJ Count Basie Theatre +
July 2 – Richmond, VA The National +
July 3 – Black Mountain, NC Pisgah Brewing (Outdoor Stage) +
July 5 – Baltimore, MD WTMD First Thursday (Free Show) +>
July 7 – Portland, ME Thompson’s Point +
July 8 – Marshfield, MA Levitate Festival
July 10 – Charleston, SC Charleston Music Hall +
July 12 – Raleigh, NC North Carolina Museum of Art +
July 13 – Atlanta, GA Variety Playhouse +
July 14 – Atlanta, GA Variety Playhouse +
July 16 – New Orleans, LA House of Blues +
July 20 – Dallas, TX The Bomb Factory +
July 21 – Austin, TX Austin City Limits, The Moody Theatre +
August 31 – Lexington, KY Manchester +
September 3 – Iowa City, IA Englert Theatre +
September 4 – Omaha, NE Slowdown +
September 6 – Morrison, CO Red Rocks Amphitheatre
September 10 – Bozeman, MT Bridger Brewing +
September 12 – Missoula, MT The Wilma +
September 14 – Portland, OR Revolution Hall +
September 22 – Glen Ellen, CA Sonoma Harvest Festival > SOLD OUT
September 28 – Columbia, MO Roots N Blues BBQ Festival +>
September 29 – Memphis, TN Levitt Shell +>
October 11 – London, UK 02 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
October 25 – Louisville, KY Brown Theatre +
October 26 – Milwaukee, WI Pabst Theater +
October 27 – Chicago, IL The Riveria Theatre +>
October 29 – Indianapolis, IN The Vogue +
November 1 – Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium +
November 2 – Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall +
November 3 – Ithaca, NY The State Theatre +
November 5 – New York, NY Beacon Theatre +>
November 6 – New York, NY Beacon Theatre +>
November 9 – Washington, DC The Anthem +

+ newly announced
*Mikaela Davis supports / ^Liz Vice supports
> non-bundle date

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