Puma Blue announces second album ‘Holy Waters

He has also shared the video for new single ‘Pretty’.

Puma Blue has announced the release of his second album. Titled ‘Holy Waters’, it will be release on 1st September via Blue Flowers. Alongside the news, he has also shared his new single ‘Pretty’, complete with a video which you can watch below. Speaking about ‘Pretty’, Puma Blue, aka Jacob Allen, has said: “‘Pretty’ is about feeling ugly. So ugly that sometimes you can’t believe the person who loves you sees you how they do. We were playing with beauty and ugliness when producing it, the live studio performance already felt so sweet and delicate, it needed something uglier and haunting so I howled these notes in the bridge and we fed my voice through a synth that made me sound like a swarm of bees.” The South London-born, Atlanta-based musician recorded the album in Eastbourne’s Echo Zoo Studios last year. It is the follow-up to 2021’s debut, ‘In Praise of Shadows’. Alongside his own work, Allen has been writing and collaborating with other artists recently too, including Loyle Carner, Biig Piig and Lava La Rue. Catch Puma Blue at the following live dates: MAY 4: Washington, DC, Union Stage 5: Durham, NC, Motorco Music Hall 6: Nashville, TN, Basement East 7: Atlanta, GA, Shaky Knees Festival 9: New Orleans, LA, Toulouse Theatre 11: Houston, TX, White Oak Music Hall 12: Austin, TX, The Parish 13: Dallas, TX, Deep Ellum Art Co SEPTEMBER 9: Paris, La Maroquinerie 12: Amsterdam, Bitterzoet 13: Brussels, Botanique Orangerie 15: Copenhagen, Vega 16: Stockholm, Nalen 18: Berlin, Silent Green 19: Koln, Bumann & Sohn 20: Hamburg, Reeperbahn 25: Leeds, Brudenell Social Club 26: Manchester, Canvas 27: Bristol, Thekla 28: London, KOKO 30: Dublin, The Button Factory OCTOBER 2: Glasgow, King Tut’s 3: Birmingham, Hare & Hounds

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