Pixx has shared details of her second album ‘Small Mercies’ - along with the first track from the album ‘Disgrace’, which you can listen to below.
The new album follows on from Pixx’s - aka Hannah Rodgers - first album ‘The Age Of Anxiety’ and is due out on 7th June.
Speaking about the album’s first track, Hannah explains: “This song is about growing up in an ultra-conservative Catholic school which was restrictive and oppressive. I think this is a lack of humanity in the way the system works, rather than teaching empathy and kindness it forces people into a dangerous self-loathing cycle. This is an ode to anyone trapped in a place they feel they don’t belong.”
Pixx is also heading out on tour throughout 2019 - see the dates below.
4 New York, The Standard
5 Leicester, Handmade Festival
11 Brighton, The Great Escape Festival
12 London, Electrowerkz
14 Brussels, KFK Hope
15 Paris, Le Pop Up Du Label
16 Hamburg, Turmzimmer
18 Berlin, Urban Spree
20 Amsterdam, Cinetol
25 Leeds, O2 Academy (w/ Interpol)
26 Brighton, Dome (w/ Interpol)
24 Brooklyn, Rough Trade (w/ Nilufur Yanya)
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The announcement comes after her debut North American tour.
Taking down the patriarchy and writing from the perspective of a mantlepiece object; on second album ‘Small Mercies’, Pixx is letting her creativity run wild.
The song is taken from forthcoming album ‘Small Mercies’.