Orville Peck Has Announced the Bronco Album and Tour.

Orville Peck will release a new full-length album in 2022, which will be his first in almost a decade. Bronco, the masked singer's third studio album and the follow-up to 2019's Pony and the 2020 EP Show Pony, will be published in chapter parts before being released in its entirety on April 8.

Chapter One of the 15-track Bronco album, which contains four new songs, was released on digital services on Friday. The songs are “Daytona Sand,” “C'mon Baby, Cry,” “Outta Time,” and “Any Turn.” When compared to Pony's gloomy vibe, the new tracks have a far more upbeat and optimistic feel to them.

With its cavernous production and Peck's soaring falsetto, “C'mon Baby, Cry” evokes the sound of the Righteous Brothers during the period of Phil Spector. The song is about telling a potential lover that it's OK to be weak. “I can tell you're depressed, boy,” he sings, “just like me.” A vibrant new video, created by Austin Peters and featuring cameos from comedian Margaret Cho and RuPaul's Drag Race competitor Kornbread, has also been released in support of the song.

When it comes to the other songs, “Outta Time” opens with the sound of waves and has a breezy California country-rock feel to it, with Peck singing that he's “driving down PCH to the Malibu line.” “Daytona Sand,” which has a title that would be appropriate for a Florida Georgia Line record, is a nostalgic look back at a romance that didn't work out, yet it's set to a driving beat that erupts into Springsteen-style grandeur.

Lastly, “Any Turn” combines the blistering rock & roll of Tom Petty's “Runnin' Down a Dream” with the rapid-fire delivery of Garth Brooks' “Ain't Going Down (‘Til the Sun Comes Up)” to create a dizzying, free-associative catalog of shows, food on the go, and one-night stands: “Now I'm cryin' all night/about a guy, with another guy/wait

Following the introduction of his new album, Peck has announced the start date and duration of the first leg of his headlining Bronco Tour, which will take place in April and stretch until mid-June. Nashville's Ryman Auditorium, Washington, D.C.'s 9:30 Club, and Minneapolis' First Avenue are among the venues on the itinerary.

Tracklisting for the Broncos:

  • “Daytona Sand”
  • “The Curse of the Blackened Eye”
  • “Outta Time”
  • “Lafayette”
  • “C’mon Baby, Cry”
  • “Iris Rose”
  • “Kalahari Down”
  • “Bronco”
  • “Trample Out the Days”
  • “Blush”
  • “Hexie Mountains”
  • “Let Me Drown”
  • “Any Turn”
  • “City of Gold”
  • “All I Can Say”
Orville Peck
Orville Peck

There are some dates for the Bronco Tour:

  • Ace of Spaces will be in Sacramento, CA, on April 14th.
  • This is where I will be in Phoenix, AZ, on April 19.
  • The show will be at the Sunshine Theater in Albuquerque, NM on April 21.
  • It was at the House of Blues in Las Vegas on April 22, and it was in Vegas.
  • At Stubbs's Waller Creek Amphitheater in Austin, Texas, on May 3, the band will play.
  • At Paper Tiger in San Antonio, Texas, on May 4, the band will play.
  • It will be at the Factory in Dallas, Texas, on May 6.
  • Wichita, KS at Templelive on May 7.
  • It will be at the Mission Ballroom in Denver, CO, on May 8.
  • May 10 – Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall in Houston, Texas.
  • When: May 11 – New Orleans, LA – Civic Theater
  • The show will be at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN on May 13.
  • To go to Tabernacle on May 14, go to Atlanta, GA.
  • Washington, DC at the 9:30 Club on May 16.
  • Brooklyn, New York at the Brooklyn Steel on May 21
  • At the Fillmore in Charlotte, NC on May 24, I will be there.
  • May 25 – Raleigh, NC – at the Ritz Carlton Hotel.
  • May 27 – Philadelphia, PA – at the Fillmore Theater
  • It was on May 28 in Boston, MA.
  • May 31: Royal Oak, MI at the Royal Oak Music Theater.
  • June 1 – Chicago, IL – at the Riviera Theater.
  • At the Pabst Theater in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on June 3,
  • When: June 4 – First Avenue in Minneapolis, MN –
  • June 7 – Cheyenne, WY – at the Lincoln Center for the Arts Cheyenne
  • At the Sandy Amphitheatre in Utah on June 8, it will be June 8.
  • June 10 – Portland, OR – Crystal Ballroom, Portland.
  • It was on June 12 in Seattle, WA at Showbox SoDo.
  • There will be a show called Fox Theater in Oakland, CA on June 14.

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