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NEW SHOW ADDED IN CAMBRIDGE, MA 

Lingua Ignota presents SINNER GET READY in Cambridge, MA at The Sinclair on October 4th, 2021.

Tickets on sale: https://www.axs.com/events/409915/lingua-ignota-tickets?skin=sinclair

US shows: 

Oct 17, 2021 New York, NY - Le Poisson Rouge (SOLD-OUT)

Nov 8, 2021 Chicago, IL - Thalia Hall 

EU shows in 2022: 

June 2, 2022 Barcelona - Primavera Sound 

Oct 13-15, 2022 Porto, Portugal - Amplifest 

More performances will be announced in the coming weeks: https://linguaignota.net/shows

LINGUA IGNOTA ANNOUNCES 2 SHOWS IN 2021 

LINGUA IGNOTA will play two shows in 2021: 

Oct 17, 2021 New York, NY - Le Poisson Rouge 

Nov 8, 2021 Chicago, IL - Thalia Hall 

*Tickets for these shows on sale Friday, July 16 @ 10am EST*

EU shows in 2022:

June 2, 2022 Barcelona - Primavera Sound 

Oct 13-15, 2022 Porto, Portugal - Amplifest 

 

More live events will be announced in the coming weeks.

 

Info/Tickets: https://linguaignota.net/shows

LINGUA IGNOTA SHARES NEW SONG “PERPETUAL FLAME OF CENTRALIA” ACCOMPANIED BY A VIDEO & FASHION COLLABORATION WITH ASHLEY ROSE COUTURE  

“PERPETUAL FLAME OF CENTRALIA” is a quiet meditation on one of the major lyrical motifs of the record, the blood of Jesus; that which can “wash and cleanse every stain,” as tearfully expressed by disgraced evangelist Jimmy Swaggart in a televised confession. 

The video, shot by Emily Birds, brings an extraordinary and profoundly moving collaboration between Hayter and acclaimed fashion designer and fellow Sargent House artist Ashley Rose Couture who created the looks specifically for this video, inspiring an entire collection. Prompted with “the blood of Jesus,” the designer created a floor-length, red veil studded with pearls and mountains of tulle. Hayter explains, “I asked her to design a piece indebted to 17th-century dutch costume, and she returned with a gown with a 20-foot train and a magisterial lace collar exploding with pearls.” The two artists deal with pain through their art: Hayter through past domestic abuse and Rose through the death of her twin brother, whose encouragement led to her starting her own line. 

Rose notes: 

“Upon meeting Kristin, I felt a genuine connection, both personal and creative, which has only grown this past year working together. To watch someone turn so much pain into art and continue to pick themself up and push on over and over again is exactly what this collection is about. I want the person who wears these pieces to feel strong and empowered no matter how overwhelming or suffocating life can become. Even when it continues to return. You can keep fighting or let the fog swallow you. “ 

Hayter adds: 

“I first saw Ashley’s work long before I was able to wear it, and it spoke to me as a longtime fan of the aesthetics and theory of fashion. Her designs transform the wearer into something outside themselves, armor that allows one to embody fantasy or nightmare. Working collaboratively with Ashley has been a dream, I have been able to explore the ideas of my record with wearable art. I chose to wear her mask on the cover of SINNER GET READY because it held the sharp dichotomy of my music; it was chaste and erotic, exquisite and grotesque. For the PERPETUAL FLAME OF CENTRALIA video, the expressive capacity of her garments are meditated upon in juxtaposition to the stark, desolate quality of my song. It is the material vs. the immaterial, and the result is languid and dreamy and wonderfully claustrophobic.” 

SINNER GET READY, arriving August 6th via Sargent House, is an unsettling portrait of devotion and betrayal, judgment and consequence, set in the derelict landscape of rural Pennsylvania, a neglected region deeply embedded with a particularly god-fearing brand of Christianity, and where Hayter was living during the album’s inception. 

The album was created with Hayter's primary collaborator, producer, and engineer Seth Manchester at Machines With Magnets in Rhode Island, with additional arrangements and performances from multi-instrumentalist and composer Ryan Seaton and banjo-playing from J. Mamana.