Kaina Announces New Album ‘It Was a Home’, Unveils New Video

    Kaina has announced a new album called It Was a Home, sharing a music video for its second single, ‘Anybody Can Be in Love’. The LP, which will follow 2019’s Next to Sun, arrives March 4 via City Slang. It features contributions from Sleater-Kinney, Helado Negro, and Sen Morimoto. Check out the visual for ‘Anybody Can Be in Love’, directed by Weird Life Films, and find the album cover and tracklist below.

    “‘Anybody Can Be in Love’ is about letting go and accepting love when it comes to any sort of relationship, romantic or platonic,” Kaina explained in a statement. “I’ve seen myself and my close friends miss out on a really great moment we’ve wished for or a great relationship because we’re so fixated on getting hurt or being fearful. ‘Anybody Can Be in Love’ is a little reminder to keep it simple and enjoy the moments you’ve been waiting for. Sonically, I wanted the track to sound very psychedelic and dreamy. Almost like love is taking over and you’re just losing yourself in a moment. It was a pleasure working on this with first time collaborator Biako along with Sen Morimoto and longtime bandmate Michael Cantella on bass.”

    In addition to the album announcement, Kaina has announced a run of 2022 dates that will take her across North America and Europe. You can find her tour schedule below, too.

    It Was a Home Cover Artwork:

    It Was a Home Tracklist:

    1. Anybody Can Be in Love
    2. It Was A Home
    3. Good Feeling [feat. Sen Morimoto]
    4. Sweetness
    5. In My Mind
    6. Ultraviolet [feat. Sleater-Kinney]
    7. Come Back As A Flower
    8. Blue [feat. Helado Negro]
    9. Casita
    10. Apple
    11. Friend of Mine
    12. Golden Mirror

    Kaina 2022 Tour:

    Mar 5 – Chicago, IL – Metro
    Mar 24 – San Diego, CA – House of Blues – Voodoo Room
    Mar 25 – Anaheim, CA – House of Blues – Parish Room
    Mar 26 – Los Angeles, CA – The Echo
    Mar 29 – San Francisco, CA – Brick & Mortar
    Mar 31 – Portland, OR – Polaris Hall
    Apr 1 – Seattle, WA – Vera Project
    Apr 2 – Vancouver, BC, Canada – Fortune Sound Club
    Apr 8 – Madrid – Clamores
    Apr 9 – Barcelona – Laut
    Apr 11 – Berlin – Privatclub
    Apr 12 – Hamburg – Häkken
    Apr 13 – Köln – Helios 37
    Apr 14 – Amsterdam – Paradiso
    Apr 15 – Gent – Charlatan
    Apr 16 – Paris – Pop Up du label
    Apr 17 – Nijmegen – Merleyn
    Apr 19 – Brussels – Beursschouwburg
    Apr 21 – London – The Waiting Room
    Apr 28 – Toronto, ON, Canada – The Drake
    Apr 29 – Montreal, QC, Canada – La Sala Rossa
    Apr 30 – Boston, MA – Cafe 939
    May 3 – New York, NY – Elsewhere Zone One
    May 4 – Philadelphia, PA – Milkboy
    May 5 – Washington, DC – Songbyrd
    May 7 – Atlanta, GA – The Eastern Rooftop
    May 8 – Nashville, TN – The East Room

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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