A powerful first single video has just been released from Amanda Palmer’s new Album


Amanda Palmer comments on the album: There Will Be No Intermission is out now via 8 Ft. Records/Cooking Vinyl. You can watch the video for ‘Voicemail for Jill’, directed by filmmaker Amber Sealey.

“The last seven years have been a relentless parade of grief, joy, birth and death, and all of it has galvanized me to the core: as a writer, as a woman, as an artistic servant. I also had no idea that my 14,000 patrons – who held my hand through this entire process – would have the profound effect on my songwriting that they did.

Everything feels inseparable now: my crowdfunding through patreon, the birth of our son, the election of Trump, two abortions, the Kavanuagh hearing, the death of my best friend, being in Ireland for the repeal, the miscarriage I had on Christmas day.

I sat in a theater in London and watched Hannah Gadsby decimate the blurted lines between entertainment and naked truth, I saw the brave women of #MeToo standing up against their rapists, and I saw Nick Cave in concert and on record working through his grief using art as a necessary and generous tourniquet that others could re-use. They all reminded me to try harder and harder still to tell the real, unadorned truth. I’ve seen how infectious the darkest truths are, when spoken without shame, and I felt like taking any other path would have been a cop-out.”

Buy the album here: https://apalmer.lnk.to/NoIntermission


Amanda Palmer 2019 Tour Dates


21 – Detroit, Mi – The Cathedral – Masonic Temple

22 – Toronto, On – Queen Elizabeth Theatre

23 – Montreal, Qc – Monument National – Ludger-Duvernay Theatre


5 – Washington, Dc – National Theatre

6 – Philadelphia, Pa – Temple Performing Arts Center

12 – Chicago, Il – Chicago Theatre

13 – St. Paul, Mn – The O’shaughnessy At St. Catherine University

19 – Boston, Ma – Orpheum Theatre

20 – New York, Ny – Beacon Theatre


10 – San Francisco, Ca – The Warfield

11 – Los Angeles, Ca – Theatre At Ace Hotel

17 – Atlanta, Ga – Cobb Energy Centre

18 – Nashville, Tn – Ryman Auditorium

30 – St. Louis, Mo – The Pageant

31 – Kansas City, Mo – Arvest Bank Theatre At The Midland


1 – Denver, Co – Paramount Theatre

6 – Vancouver, Bc – The Chan Centre For The Performing Arts

7 – Seattle, Wa – Paramount Theatre

8 & 9 – Portland, Or – Crystal Ballroom (June 8 Is Sold Out)