ORVILLE PECK – Shares new video “Queen of the Rodeo”

February 25, 2020
Photo credit: Carlos Santolalla


– Shares new video “Queen of the Rodeo”
– Performs “Dead of Night” on ‘Jimmey Kimmel Live!’
– Album ‘Pony‘ out now via Sub Pop

The official music video for Orville Peck’s Queen of the Rodeo” is online. Directed by Austin Peters (Haim, Chvrches, Bastille), the video also features a special interlude version of Peck’s song Roses Are Falling.”  

Both songs come from Peck’s critically acclaimed debut album Pony, out now on Sub Pop Records. In celebration of the album, Peck will continue his extensive U.S. tour this spring. Peck will also perform at both Coachella and Stagecoach festivals this spring, one of the select few artists performing at both events. All dates can be seen here:

Adding to his breakout year, Peck made his late-night television debut last month performing his song “Dead of Night on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” You can watch that HERE. The performance came as part of Apple Music’s “Up Next” program, which recently selected Peck as their featured artist for January. 

Additionally, Peck was recently the first country artist to be on the cover of GQ Styleplus he was featured on the cover of the inaugural issue of the Harper’s Bazaar Men’s issue alongside Travis Scott and J. Balvin, curated by Dior Homme.Peck also performed at the Dior Homme Men’s Fall 2020 launch this past December at Art Basel. 

Since the release of Pony, the enigmatic country star has garnered widespread attention across the world as well as extensive critical acclaim from NPR MusicThe New YorkerRolling StoneVogueThe GuardianThe Fader, and many more.  Continuing his landmark year, Peck recently collaborated with jewelry designer Pamela Lovefor a special limited edition “Orville Peck” ring. 

March 9—Phoenix, AZ—The Van Buren*
March 10—Tucson, AZ—Rialto Theatre* 
March 11—Santa Fe, NM—Meow Wolf* 
March 13—Oklahoma City, OK—Jones Assembly* 
March 14—Dallas, TX—Canton Hall* 
March 15—San Antonio, TX—Paper Tiger* 
March 16-17—Dripping Springs, TX—Campfire Gathering at Camp Lucy
March 18—Houston, TX—White Oak Music Hall*
March 19—Luck, TX—Luck Reunion 

March 28 – Monterrey, Mexico – Hellow Festival
April 7—Seattle, WA—The Showbox†
April 8—Portland, OR—Crystal Ballroom†
April 11—Indio, CA— Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival
April 13—San Francisco, CA—The Independent†
April 14—Oakland, CA—The New Parish†
April 15—Sacramento, CA—Ace of Spades†
April 17—Las Vegas, NV—Brooklyn Bowl†
April 18—Indio, CA—Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival
April 20—San Diego, CA—Humphrey’s Concerts By the Bay (Stagecoach Spotlight)‡ 
April 22—Santa Barbara, CA—Arlington Theatre (Stagecoach Spotlight)‡ 
April 23—Pioneertown, CA—Pappy & Harriet’s (Stagecoach Spotlight)‡§
April 25—Indio, CA—Stagecoach Music Festival
April 28—Salt Lake City, UT—The Depot**
April 29—Denver, CO—Ogden Theater**
April 30—Lawrence, KS—Granada Theater**
May 2—New Orleans, LA—Music Box Village**
May 3—Atlanta, GA—Shaky Knees Music Festival
May 15-17—Gulf Shores, AL—Hangout Music Festival 
May 23—Boston, MA—Boston Calling 
June 14—Manchester, TN—Bonnaroo Arts & Music Festival
July 18-19—Whitefish, MT—Under The Big Sky Festival
July 31—St. Charles, IA—Hinterland Music Festival 
August 2—Montreal, QC—Osheaga Festival 

*with Teddy & The Rough Riders
†with The Ruen Brothers
‡with Paul Cauthen
§with Tania Tucker
**with Emily Nenni

Pony tracklist:
1. Dead of Night
2. Winds Change
3. Turn To Hate
4. Buffalo Run 
5. Queen of the Rodeo
6. Kansas (Remembers Me Now)
7. Old River
8. Big Sky
9. Roses Are Falling
10. Take You Back (The Iron Hoof Cattle Call)
11. Hope To Die
12. Nothing Fades Like the Light

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