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Songwriter, musician and performer Mitski has released five full-length albums. The most recent of which, 2018’s Be The Cowboy, was named Album of the Year by the likes of Pitchfork, Vulture, Consequence, ESQUIRE, and FLOOD, and the #2 Album of 2018 by The New York Times (Jon Pareles), NPR Musicand SPIN. It launched Mitski from cult favorite to indie star, landing her an extensive profile in The New Yorker and performances on Austin City Limits and Jimmy Kimmel Live! (she played The Late Show with Stephen Colbert following the release of 2016’s Puberty 2). After being off the road since September 2019, Mitski makes a daring return with new single/video “Working For The Knife,” which signifies a new intensity we haven’t yet seen from her yet. She’ll tour in 2022, playing theaters throughout the country, including Radio City Music Hall in New York, Shrine Exposition Hall in LA, Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, and more.

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  • Mitski Shares “Working for the Knife” Video, Announces 2022 Tour

    [Paste Magazine] The cult singer/songwriter has released her first new single since 2018 By Scott Russell  Mitski Miyawaki, the singer/songwriter mononymously known as Mitski, is back with her first proper new material in over three years. Her single “Working for the Knife” is out now along with a music video, and the artist has announced a […]

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  • Mitski Says Goodbye for Now With Searing Yet Stylized New York Show

    One of indie rock’s most beloved artists played her final gig indefinitely, enchanting fans with intimate songs and artful choreography By ANGIE MARTOCCIO Halfway through Mitski’s show at Central Park’s SummerStage on Sunday, the singer lay face down on a white wooden table, grasping the mic to deliver the opening lines to “Geyser.” The first track on […]

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  • On the Road with Mitski

    [The New Yorker] The musician, who writes achingly intense songs about private yearnings, has spent the past year in performance venues packed with fellow-loners. By Margaret Talbot For someone who writes vividly about emotional chaos, Mitski has a striking devotion to order and discipline. Photograph by Coramu (Ina Jang and Brea Souders) for The New Yorker […]

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  • Watch Mitski Live on KEXP

    Mitski – Full Performance (Live on KEXP) LISTEN TO AUDIO ONLY FROM THE SESSION HERE. Mitski performing live in the KEXP studio. Recorded October 31, 2018. Songs: Geyser Why Didn’t You Stop Me Nobody Two Slow Dancers Host: Troy Nelson Audio Engineer: Kevin Suggs Cameras: Alaia D’Alessandro, Scott Holpainen & Justin Wilmore Director: Jim Beckmann […]

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  • The Misreading of Mitski

    [The New Yorker] By Jia Tolentino Mitski, the twenty-eight-year-old singer-songwriter who, this past August, put out “Be the Cowboy,” one of the best albums of the year, is a star. This isn’t a question of crowd size—although she did open for Lorde on an arena tour earlier this year and, at the beginning of December, […]

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  • Mitski’s Many Lives

    [NPR] Mitski Miyawaki says she’s lived many different lives in her one body. On her new album, she’s taking on the spirit of a charismatic, swaggering cowboy. “I just kept telling myself, ‘Be the cowboy you wish to see in the world.’ Kind of a play on, ‘Be the change you wish to see in […]

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