Zola Jesus Premieres Video for "Dangerous Days" - North American Tour Stops at Webster Hall NYC

Zola Jesus Premieres Video for "Dangerous Days" Directed by Tim Saccenti North American Tour Stops in NYC at Webster Hall on 10/19; "Taiga" Out October 7th, 2014 Tickets available at websterhall.com.

New York, NY, August 30, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Zola Jesus today unleashed her new video for “Dangerous Days” directed by contemporary visionary artist Tim Saccenti who has created an awe-inspiring backdrop for this anthemic song. Saccenti explains, “The song is a pure emotional plea, a future primitive call to arms. To create a moment of light in these dark times was our hope. Eschewing a heavy narrative we let the images of the Earth, filmed in wide screen and mixed with a tense unnatural presence, wash over the viewer while Nika communicates her powerful message.” Nika describes the video making process, “Working with Tim was effortless. His creative ambition to turn the abstract into a tangible feel is a rare treasure.” The video premiered today here on Vogue.com.

Zola Jesus’s Taiga is due for release October 7th, 2014 on Mute (pre-order here: http://found.ee/taigadigital). First single “Dangerous Days” is available for download on iTunes and Amazon and to stream on Spotify. Nika’s record release tour begins in San Francisco on October 8th, hitting major US cities, before the UK and Europe.
She will play NYC at Webster Hall on 10/19.

Nika is the 25-year-old behind Zola Jesus’ creative incarnations as sole singer and songwriter. Influenced by her time in Iceland, Vermont, and British Columbia, TAIGA was written on Vashon Island, WA and conjures all these places while creating a sonic space of its own that each listener can travel to, explore, hide in, and celebrate. Nika tracked and mixed the album in Los Angeles with co-producer Dean Hurley (David Lynch, Danger Mouse, Sparklehorse).

At once challenging and accessible, TAIGA is a transition for Zola Jesus. Undeniably branded with what Nika terms a “piercing ambition,” the album is best described by the artist herself: “The music on the record is massive, with big brass and beats, crystal clear vocals…It’s the most accessible music I’ve ever made, but also the most earnest and passionate. I gave everything for this record, more than ever before.”

For all media inquiries, please contact:
Alexandra Baker | High Rise PR | Alexandra@highrisepr.com
Mona Dehghan | Mute| Mona@mute.com
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