Amanda Palmer (co-founder of the Dresden Dolls) comes to the National Theatre in support of the eagerly-awaited release of her first solo album in more than six years. THERE WILL BE NO INTERMISSION is now available for presale in multiple formats on AMANDAPALMER.NET and will be released on March 8, 2019. Alongside the album, Palmer is independently releasing an artbook of narrative photography to accompany the album’s release. The hardback version is exclusively presold to Amanda’s Patrons. For more information on Amanda’s Patreon and the book visit: AMANDAPALMER.NET
Palmer’s third solo LP, THERE WILL BE NO INTERMISSION is the multi-faceted artist’s most powerful and personal collection to date, with songs that tackle the big questions: life, death, grief and how we make sense with it all. While the themes may be dark, the album’s overall sonic and lyrical mood is one of triumph. “Most of these songs were exercises in survival,” says Palmer. “This isn’t really the record that I was planning to make. But loss and death kept happening in real-time, and these songs became my therapeutic arsenal of tools for making sense of it all.” The album was recorded over a single month in Los Angeles by GRAMMY® Award-winner John Congleton (who previously engineered and produced 2012’s acclaimed THEATRE IS EVIL).