Article Contributed by Shore Fire Media | Published on Sunday, January 23, 2022

Over the course of her decades-spanning, accomplished discography, singer/songwriter/producer Cat Power AKA Chan Marshall has consistently contributed a musical conversation that spans genres and generations, and her new album Covers out now on Domino is no exception.  The album has been met with widespread praise from The New Yorker, MOJO, Pitchfork, Vulture, FADER, NYLON, Rolling Stone and more, all highlighting her unmatched art of song interpretation, as well as echoing Marshall’s multi-generational impact.  Read recent features with ​​Stereogum, an in-conversation with Pretenders’ Chrissie Hynde for Interview Magazine, a recent appearance on WTF with Marc Maron and listen to Covers here.

The self-produced Covers is Marshall’s third collection of covers, following 2000’s seminal The Covers Record and the blockbuster Jukebox from 2008 and features fresh interpretations of Frank Ocean, Nick Cave, Iggy Pop, The Pogues, The Replacements, Lana Del Rey, Bob Seger, Jackson Browne and more.

“When I do covers, I feel such a responsibility to the artists I love—some I’ve never met, some I have,” Marshall explains, and longtime fans will instantly recognize some of the covers included here from live sets in recent years.”

The new album showcases Marshall’s singular chronicling of the ever-evolving great American songbook - featuring her own personal rendition of Billie Holiday's “I’ll Be Seeing You,” an owe to a lost friend, Frank Ocean's "Bad Religion," the Dead Man's Bones' "Pa Pa Power,” the Pogues' "A Pair Of Brown Eyes,” plus an updated rendition of the Cat Power song "Hate" from The Greatest (2006), retitled “Unhate” for the album. Covers is at once a reminder of Marshall’s artistically intuitive power and the latest chapter in a truly illustrious career.

Earlier this year she appeared on The Late Late Show With James Corden and will embark on an extensive full band US tour that begins April 13, includes Brooklyn Steel on April 18, and continues into the summer. Additionally, Marshall recently scored, alongside Eddie Vedder and Glen Hansard, the soundtrack to Sean Penn’s film Flag Day. Marshall’s work continues to ripple through genres, and was recently covered by Depeche Mode’s lead singer Dave Gahan and Soulsavers, for a fresh reinterpretation of her song “Metal Heart,” the first single from their forthcoming album.

See the full Covers tracklist and list of 2022 tour dates below.

    Bad Religion - Frank Ocean
    Unhate - Cat Power - Chan Marshall
    Pa Pa Power - Dead Man’s Bones
    White Mustang - Lana Del Rey
    A Pair of Brown Eyes - The Pogues
    Against the Wind - Bob Seger
    Endless Sea - Iggy Pop
    These Days - Jackson Browne
    It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels - Kitty Wells
    I Had a Dream Joe - Nick Cave
    Here Comes a Regular - The Replacements
    I’ll Be Seeing You - Billie Holiday

April 13, 2022 - Variety Playhouse in Atlanta, GA
April 14, 2022 - Neighborhood Theatre in Charlotte, NC
April 15, 2022 - Lincoln Theatre in Washington, DC
April 17, 2022 - Theatre of Living Arts (TLA) in Philadelphia, PA
April 18, 2022 - Brooklyn Steel in Brooklyn, NY
April 19, 2022 - Danforth Music Hall in Toronto, ON
April 21, 2022 - St. Andrews Hall in Detroit, MI
April 22, 2022 - Turner Hall Ballroom in Milwaukee, WI
April 23, 2022 - Varsity Theater in Minneapolis, MN
April 25, 2022 - Red Flag in St. Louis, MO
April 26, 2022 - The Vogue in Indianapolis, IN
April 27, 2022 - House of Blues in Cleveland, OH
April 29, 2022 - Mr. Smalls Theatre in Pittsburgh, PA
April 30, 2022 - White Eagle Hall in Jersey City, NJ
May 1, 2022 - The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY
May 2, 2022 - Paradise Rock Club in Boston, MA
May 22, 2022 - Salle Pleyel in Paris, France
May 28, 2022 - Les Docks in Lausanne, Switzerland
May 29, 2022 - Salle Pleyel in Paris, France
May 31, 2022 - La Cooperative de Mai in Clermont-Ferrand, France
June 1, 2022 - L’Atelier in Luxembourg, Luxembourg
June 3, 2022 - Tempodrom in Berlin, Germany
June 6, 2022 - Le Rocher de Palmer in Cenon, France
June 7, 2022 - Stereolux in Nantes, France
June 8, 2022 - Le Mem - Rennes in Rennes, France
June 12, 2022 - Tivoli Vredenburg in Utrecht, Netherlands
June 13, 2022 - Kampnagel in Hamburg, Germany
June 15, 2022 - La Sirene in La Rochelle, France
June 16, 2022 - Le 106 in Rouen, France
June 20, 2022 - Auditorium Parco Della Musica in Roma, Italy
June 21, 2022 - Sexto ‘Nplugged 2022 in Sesto Al Reghena, Italy
June 22, 2022 - Kaufleuten in Zürich, Switzerland
July 16, 2022 - The Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles, CA
July 18, 2022 - Ace of Spades in Sacramento, CA
July 20, 2022 - The Showbox in Seattle, WA
July 22, 2022 - Roseland Theater in Portland, OR
July 25, 2022 - Ogden Theatre in Denver, CO
July 27, 2022 - Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa, OK
July 28, 2022 - Granada Theatre in Dallas, TX
July 29, 2022 - Emo’s in Austin, TX
July 30, 2022 - House of Blues in Houston, TX
August 1, 2022 - Brooklyn Bowl in Nashville, TN