NEWS: CARIBOU shares grin inducing dog themed video for 'You Can Do It' ahead of UK shows

NEWS: CARIBOU shares grin inducing dog themed video for ‘You Can Do It’ ahead of UK shows

CARIBOU has shared the video for his surprise new song ‘You Can Do It’, the pulsing affirmations of this bouncy techno track are accompanied by a joyous video that takes two dogs for a walk and a spot of frisbee throwing. CARIBOU is the alias of Canadian artist and producer Dan Snaith.

From his Polaris Prize winning record ‘Andorra’, to the universally adored ‘Swim’ in 2010 (which sold nearly 175, 000 copies worldwide and was named ‘Album of the Year by Rough TradeMixmag and Resident Advisor), to 2014’s equally successful ‘Our Love’ (which received an overwhelming critical acclaim and top 5 ‘Album of the Year’ positions from the likes of The GuardianMixmag)_

In 2020, Caribou cemented that reputation with the release of his album, Suddenly, a warm, untameable and constantly surprising album about family and the changes we go through as those relationships evolve. Featuring a stream of well-received singles (‘Home,’ ‘You and I,’ and ‘Never Come Back‘), it was an upbeat and soothing record meant to soundtrack either a night out or a day inside, that for a world locked inside was instantly relegated to the latter. That didn’t stop ‘Suddenly’ from resonating with the masses throughout 2020, with the record hitting #2 in the UK Dance Chart, #3 in the UK Independent Chart, plus earning a Top 20 Official UK Chart Position. Earlier this year, Caribou also released the Suddenly Remixes, an LP featuring 12 reworkings of Suddenly tracks by an all-star cast of producers and friends including Four Tet, Floating Points, Morgan Geist, Toro y Moi, and Jessy Lanza.

With touring scrapped last year, in 2021, Caribou now looks forward to bringing ‘Suddenly’ to UK live stages for the first time.

Tour dates:

26 Aug – Margate @ Dreamland
28 Aug – Edinburgh @ Edinburgh International Festival
29 Aug – Lincolnshire @ Lost Village
30 Aug – London @ All Points East
20 Oct – Liverpool @ Invisible Wind Factory
22 Oct – London @ O2 Academy Brixton
24 Oct – Nottingham @ Rock City
25 Oct – Birmingham @ O2 Academy Birmingham
26 Oct – Leeds @ O2 Academy Leeds
27 Oct – Manchester @ Depot Mayfield
19 Jan – Dublin @ Vicar Street
22 Jan – Gateshead @ Sage Gateshead
24 Jan – Glasgow @ Barrowland Ballroom
25 Jan – Bristol @ O2 Academy Bristol
30 Jan – Brighton @ Brighton Dome

For full tour dates and tickets see

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