BØRNS RELEASES NEW SONG “I DON’T WANT U BACK” OUT NOW
New Album ‘Blue Madonna’ Set for Release January 12, 2018
Platinum-selling Interscope recording artist BØRNS releases a new song, “I Don’t Want U Back” today via all digital retailers – listen here. “I Don’t Want U Back” was written by Garrett Borns and Tommy English, produced by English, and will be featured on BØRNS’ sophomore album Blue Madonna which is set for release on January 12, 2018.
Tickets are currently on sale for BØRNS’ 2018 North American headline tour (see below for complete list of tour dates) with a handful of dates already sold-out. The 2018 headline tour follows a run of sold-out intimate club dates in select cities this fall where Borns treated his fans to songs from his debut album Dopamine as well as new material like “Faded Heart” and “Sweet Dreams”, both of which will also be featured on Blue Madonna.
Garrett Borns was living in a secluded tree house in the Los Angeles canyons when he wrote his debut album Dopamine. The album was released in the fall of 2015 to rave reviews with the Associated Press calling it “some of the most heartfelt electronic-based music in recent memory”, while Spin noted that BØRNS “writes brilliant pop songs that worm their way into your heart in an instant”. The LP featured the platinum selling single “Electric Love” and showcased his yearning falsetto.
Since the release of Dopamine, BØRNS has performed at numerous festivals including Coachella, Lollapalooza, Hangout, Sasquatch and Bonnaroo and completely sold out his headline theater tour in the spring of 2016.
Below is a complete list of BØRNS’ 2018 North American headline dates:
Jan 17 – Oakland, CA, Fox Theater SOLD OUT
Jan 19 – Portland, OR, Roseland Theater SOLD OUT
Jan 20 – Vancouver, BC, Vogue SOLD OUT
Jan 21 – Seattle, WA, Showbox SoDo SOLD OUT
Jan 24 – St. Paul, MN, Palace Theater SOLD OUT
Jan 26 – Milwaukee, WI, Riverside Theater
Jan 27 – Chicago, IL, Riviera SOLD OUT
Jan 28 – Grand Rapids, MI, 20 Monroe Live SOLD OUT
Jan 30 – St. Louis, MO, The Pageant
Feb 1 – Dallas, TX, House of Blues SOLD OUT
Feb 2 – Austin, TX, Stubb’s
Feb 3 – Houston, TX, White Oak Downstairs
Feb 5 – New Orleans, LA, Joy
Feb 6 – Atlanta, GA, Tabernacle
Feb 8 – Cleveland, OH, Agora
Feb 9 – Toronto, ON, Rebel
Feb 10 – Montreal, QC, Club Soda
Feb 11 – Boston, MA, House of Blues SOLD OUT
Feb 13 – Washington, DC, The Anthem
Feb 16 – New York, NY, Terminal 5 SOLD OUT
Feb 17 – Philadelphia, PA, Electric Factory