On June 22, 2004, Team Love released our very first album, Tilly & the Wall’s Wild Like Children.
Nearly four years later to the day, we are so very pleased to present Tilly & the Wall’s third album, “o,” now available everywhere (in the US).
Each copy of “o” contains a unique piece of art that was created by independent artists. Check out a gallery of these images here.
Team Love would like to thank the artists who contributed their time, energy and art to this project; Ellen Black, Cody Crithcheloe, Greg Elasser, Wanda Ewing, Peter Fankhauser, Lee Heinemann, Seth Johnson, Jessica Levy, Joey Lynch, Sam Martin, Darci Pressnall, Ann Ploeger, Jenny Pugh, Spindleworks, Jadon Ulrich & Jaime Warren.
We would also like to thank all of you for supporting us these past four years. It has been a pleasure…
Tilly & the Wall have made a new video for the song “Pot Kettle Black” with director Alan Tanner.
Download a mp3 of “Pot Kettle Black” from Tilly’s forthcoming album o (in stores June 17!)
Tilly will also hit the road this summer.. Dates below!
Pot Kettle Black (mp3)
Tilly and the Wall will hit the road this summer in support of their forthcoming third album, o, out June 17. Kicking off in Salt Lake City July 2, the 26-date tour will take Tilly from coast to coast.
The Tillies recently performed their very own version of the “ABC Song” in a music video slated to be featured in the forthcoming 39th season of Sesame Street, set to air this fall.
And, as a reminder…
We are now accepting pre-orders for Tilly & the Wall’s new full-length, o. As always, pre-orders will ship two weeks prior to the album’s street date (June 17th). O will have limited edition runs of handmade prints available by different artists that will act as the record’s cover, giving the band’s fans a unique piece of art for both their album and their walls. Pre-ordering the album will assure you one of these limited covers!
Listen: Cacophony (mp3)
Tilly and the Wall on Tour:
7/2, Salt Lake City, UT (TBD)
7/4, Vancouver, British Columbia (Richards on Richards)
7/5, Seattle, WA (Neumo’s)
7/6, Portland, OR (TBD)
7/8, San Francisco, CA (Great American Music Hall)
7/10, Los Angeles, CA (Echoplex)
7/11, San Diego, CA (Epi Center)
7/12, Phoenix, AZ (Modified)
7/13, Tucson, AZ (Club Congress)
7/16, Dallas, TX (Granada)
7/17, Austin, TX (Emo’s)
7/18, Houston, TX (TBD)
7/19, New Orleans, LA (One Eyed Jacks)
7/22, Orlando, FL (The Social)
7/23, Jacksonville, FL (Jackrabbits)
7/24, Atlanta, GA (Variety Playhouse)
7/25, Carrboro, NC (Cats Cradle)
7/26, Washington, DC (Black Cat)
7/27, Philadelphia, PA (First Unitarian Church)
7/29, Brooklyn, NY (Music Hall of Williamsburg)
7/30, New York, NY (Bowery Ballroom)
7/31, Boston, MA (Paradise)
8/2, Toronto, Ontario (Mod Club)
8/3, Pittsburgh, PA (Hardwood Acres)
8/6, Chicago, IL (The Abbey)
8/7, Omaha, NE (Sokol Auditorium)