Happy Release Day to Anna Burch's debut album, Quit the Curse!!
Happy Release Day to Anna Burch's debut album, Quit the Curse!!
Posted 02/02/2018

ANNANANANANANANNANAAAAA! Please join us in welcoming Quit the Curse to the world! Today marks the release of Anna Burch's first solo venture full length and we are thrilled to share it with you. You can ingest this album via Spotify, this handy YouTube playlist, or really any digital outlet you prefer... OR you can own this masterpiece on Nickelodeon Green vinyl.

This week has seen a lot of Anna action, so here's a few highlights ICYMI

  • Anna performed a solo set for NYLON and it ruled.
  • Read an interview with the lady of the hour over at New Noise Magazine on finding her rhythm.
  • Paste included QtC in their '10 Albums Were Most Looking Forward to in February.'
  • MTV is stoked, too!

And here's a whole buncha more love for all things Anna:

“Frank and gratifying all the same, Burch’s tightly structured pop is an invigorating take on an evergreen sound.” Pitchfork

“Burch’s latest confirms that her strength lies in her clarity. Her lyrics as well as her delivery is so sharp and straightforward, there’s no way you won’t hear her...” Stereogum

“…nails the thrills, anxieties, and heartbreaks that come with being in your twenties.” Noisey

“Whether she's singing about falling for a drug dealer or self-sabotaging, you'll be completely charmed by her earnest nature and the honesty behind the harmonies.” MTV

“Comparisons to Courtney Barnett, Waxahatchee, and Eleanor Friedberger lie within her tight songwriting and infectious lyrics…” The Line of Best Fit

“Burch feels lovably skeptical when touching on attraction and boredom; these are pop music staples for sure, but her spin on them is a fun one.” NPR

“...Anna Burch's defiant, clear vocals that slice effortlessly through the noise to deliver a no-nonsense message.” The Grey Estates

“...a sterling combination of ’60s pop and ’90s bite, tackling a relationship with a diarist’s detail.” KUTX

“...we’re suckers for a hazy slice of sun-drenched melancholy, but Anna Burch might just be doing it better than any act we’ve heard this year.” For The Rabbits

“With Quit the Curse, Burch has crafted one of the most succinct, refined pop albums in recent memory.” TIDAL Rising Artist of the Week

“Like all great pop records, Burch’s debut wears heavy-hearted words with sparkly poise and a sense of potential.” Gold Flake Paint

“Burch’s almost conversational style of lyricism however is the real standout of the record, as she makes every song feel direct and sharp.” Northern Transmissions

  • 02/09 - Detroit, MI @ El Club ^
  • 02/25 - St. Louis, MO @ Duck Room at Blueberry Hill %
  • 02/26 - Chicago, IL @ Thalia Hall %
  • 02/27 - Indianapolis, IA @ The Hi-Fi %
  • 03/01 - Ferndale, MI @ The Loving Touch %
  • 03/03 - Toronto, ON @ The Horseshoe Tavern %
  • 03/04 - Montreal, QC @ Bar Le Ritz %
  • 03/05 - Allston, MA @ Great Scott %
  • 03/07 - New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom %
  • 03/08 - Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts %
  • 03/10 - Washington, DC @ Rock & Roll Hotel %
  • 03/11 - Asheville, NC @ The Grey Eagle %
  • 04/27 - Norman, OK @ Norman Music Festival
  • 04/29 - Columbus, OH @ Ace of Cups #
  • 05/06 - Manchester, UK @ Sounds From The Other City
  • 05/07 - Birmingham, UK @ Hare & Hounds
  • 05/08 - Glasgow, Scotland @ The Hug & Pint
  • 05/09 - London, UK @ Old Blue Last
  • 05/11 - Dortmund, Germany @ Etepetete Festival
  • 05/12 - Offenbach, Germany @ Hafen 2
  • 05/13 - Berlin, Germany @ Monarch
  • 05/14 - Munich, Germany @ Unter Deck
  • 05/16 - Schaffhausen, Switzerland @ TapTab
  • 05/17 - Paris, France @ Espace B
  • 05/20 - Leeds, UK @ Gold Sounds Festival
  • 05/21 - Bristol, UK @ Crofters Rights
  • 07/21 - North Yorkshire, UK @ Deer Shed Festival
  • 08/30 - 09/02 - Larmer Tree Gardens, UK @ End Of The Road Festival
^ w/ Deadbeat Beat, % w/ Ezra Furman, # w/ Japanese Breakfast