Faye Webster announces new album, Atlanta Millionaires Club, shares “Room Temperature”: Stream

Atlanta singer-songwriter also has a spring tour lined up supporting her third full-length

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Faye Webster, phot by Eats HUmans

    Singer-songwriter Faye Webster has announced a new album she’s calling Atlanta Millionaires Club. The follow-up to her 2017 self-titled full-length is due out May 24th via Secretly Canadian.

    An alt-folk artist with ties to Atlanta’s hip-hop scene, Webster’s songwriting “foregoes genre,” as a press release puts it. Her new record, co-produced by herself and Drew Vandenberg at ATL’s Chase Park Transduction, cites Aaliyah as a main musical influence. “That’s where I first heard, ‘Oh, there’s this weird guitar that’s bendy and it could totally be in a country song,’ but the way she’s using it is what makes her music so special to me,” Webster says of the late R&B star. “I try to do that. I try to change the way pedal steel is supposed sound, to use it differently than its traditional sound.”

    Pedal steel indeed plays a prominent role in the lead single off Atlanta Millionaires Club, “Room Temperature”. Along with a cymbal run like a gently crashing wave, the instrument adds a breezy feel to the introverted refrains of the lyricism, as if Webster is convincing herself her loneliness is actually peaceful. The whole beach-y vibe is reflected in the track’s music video, which Webster herself directed in Miami. “I should get out more,” she sings as she takes up synchronized swimming and hula dancing.


    Check out the visuals below.

    “Room Temperature” follows Webster’s previous single, “Kingston”. Pre-orders for Atlanta Millionaires Club are going on now, and the album art and tracklist are below.

    Atlanta Millionaires Club Artwork:

    atlanta millionaires club album cover artwork faye websterAtlanta Millionaires Club Tracklist:
    01.Room Temperature
    02. Right Side Of My Neck
    03. Hurts Me Too
    04. Pigeon
    05. Jonny
    06. Kingston
    07. Come to Atlanta
    08. What Used To Be
    09. Flowers (feat. Father)
    10. Johnny (Reprise)

    Webster will tour behind her new release this spring with a full North American trek alongside Stella Donnelly and Lord Huron. She’ll follow that up with a mainly UK-based European festival run in May ahead of her June appearance at Bonnaroo. Find her full itinerary below, and snag tickets here.


    Faye Webster 2019 Tour Dates:
    03/08 – Savannah, GA @ Savannah Stopover Music Festival
    03/15 – Washington, DC @ U Street Music Hall #
    03/16 – Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brenda’s #
    03/20 – Hamden, CT @ Space Ballroom #
    03/22 – Somerville, MA @ Once Ballroom #
    03/23 – Montreal, QB @ Casa Del Popolo #
    03/24 – Toronto, ON @ The Drake Hotel #
    03/25 – Detroit, MI @ Deluxx Fluxx #
    03/27 – Columbus, OH @ Ace of Cups #
    03/28 – Bloomington, IN @ The Bishop #
    03/29 – Chicago, IL @ Schubas Tavern #
    04/02 – Seattle, WA @ Barboza #
    04/03 – Portland, OR @ Polaris Hall #
    04/05 – San Francisco, CA @ Cafe Du Nord #
    04/06 – Los Angeles, CA @ Cafe Du Nord #
    04/23 – Louisville, KY @ Louisville Palace %
    04/25 – Birmingham, AL @ Iron City %
    04/26 – Athens, GA @ 40 Watt %
    04/27 – Charlotte, NC @ Fillmore Charlotte %
    04/29 – Orlando, FL @ House of Blues %
    04/30 – Miami, FL @ Fillmore Miami Beach %
    05/01 – Jacksonville, FL @ Mavericks %
    05/03 – Mobile, AL @ Soul Kitchen %
    05/24 – Manchester, UK @ Dot to Dot Festival
    05/25 – Bristol, UK @ Dot to Dot Festival
    05/26 – Nottingham, UK @ Dot to Dot Festival
    05/28 – London, UK @ Bermondsey Social Club
    05/29 – London, UK @ Bermondsey Social Club
    05/31 – Hilvarenbeek, NL @ Best Kept Secret
    06/03 – Paris, FR @ La Boule Noire
    06/16 – Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival

    # = with Stella Donnelly
    % = with Lord Huron