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Erika de Casier - New Video for 'Ex-Girlfriend (feat. Shygirl)' Out Now
Erika de Casier : New Video for 'Ex-Girlfriend (feat. Shygirl)' Out Now
20th March 2024

Today, Erika de Casier shares a new video for the track ‘Ex-Girlfriend’ from her recent album Still, that was released on 21 February. The ‘Ex-Girlfriend’ video features Shygirl and was co-directed by Isa Castro-Cota and Tiff Pritchett.  A reference to the Kate Moss / Nick Knight 1996 fashion film inspired by the Vogue editorial 'Courreges Edge', the visual nods to the voyeuristic culture of celebrities and plays with the ideas of fame and privacy. The video similarly features scenes of Erika styled in Courrèges, a continuing collaboration after Erika performed at brand’s Copenhagen Fashion Week dinner and attended their show at Paris Fashion Week.

Official video directed by Isa Castro-Cora and Tiff Pritchett

The video arrives a week ahead of Erika’s North American tour, which begins on 26 March in Montreal. Erika will then head to Europe on 4 May, ending the tour at KOKO in London on 29 May.

Featuring the singles ‘Lucky’ and ‘ice (ft. They Hate Change)’Still is classic de Casier, her idiosyncratic mix of luxuriant electronica and moonlit R&B drilled further into that one-of-a-kind sound here. Her song writing is as masterful and universal as ever, and her proficiency as a producer heightened as she produces other voices (Blood Orange, Shygirl and the aforementioned They Hate Change). She also invites new collaborators, working with live musicians in addition to samples. N, co-producer of her previous albums Essentials (2019) and Sensational (2021) returns here, but added to the fold are Jonathan Jull Ludvigsen, Carl Emil Johansen, Niels Kirk, Christian Rhode Lindinger, Nick León, Kirsten Nyhus Janssen and Tobias Sachse, adding live drums, synths, guitar, bass and more. 

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26th - Theatre Fiarmont, Montreal QC, Can
27th - Velvet Underground, Toronto ON, Can
29th - The Foundry, Philadelphia PA, US
30th - Warsaw, Brooklyn NY, US
31st - The Atlantis, Washington DC, US

3rd - Lincoln Hall, Chicago IL, US
5th - Madame Lou's, Seattle WA, US
6th - Polaris Hall, Portland OR, US
9th - The Independent, San Fransico CA, US
13th - Coachella, Indio CA, US
20th - Coachella, Indio CA, US

4th - Melkweg (Oude Zaal), Amsterdam, Netherlands
5th - Orangerie (Les Nuits 2024), Brussels, Belgium
8th - Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark
22nd - Hole 44, Berlin, Germany
23rd - La Gaité Lyrique, Paris, France
29th - Koko, London, UK