“I’m With Her’s songs are folky on the surface and skeletal, yet intricate within. They carry tales that are both intimate and far-reaching, involving heartbreak, separation, resilience, mortality and constant, restless travels.”  – New York Times

“Stunning female harmony singing and virtuosity…When all three voice are going – hell, when even just one or two are going – it’s bliss.”Variety

Toronto, ON – May 8, 2018 –
Today, I'm With Her, the band of Sara Watkins, Sarah Jarosz, and Aoife O'Donovan, release the video for their new single, I-89. The video, which was directed by Alex Chaloff, can be viewed here: I-89 Video.

Our friend Alex Chaloff shot this video over the course of two days on tour in Colorado,” says I’m With Her. “I-89 originated on our journey up to Vermont to write the songs on See You Around. We were in a flimsy rental car weighed down with groceries from the Brattleboro Food Coop and decided to let Google Maps take us the back way on dirt roads in the frigid December weather.

We wound up stalling out, facing backwards downhill on a dark, icy road thinking the end was near. Then a mountain man drove over the hill, saw us in our predicament, and proceeded to help us turn around and lead us back to the highway, I-89. And the song was born...”

quickly emerged as a fan favorite along the band’s spring tour of the US. NPR Music’s Jewly Hight pronounced it “a wily declaration of self-preservation and wanderlust, “ and KCRW spotlighted it on their “Today’s Top Tune” podcast.

Watch the band’s performance of I-89 on Jimmy Kimmel Live! here: I-89 Jimmy Kimmel Live!

I’m With Her is currently in the midst of their European tour in support of See You Around. Over the past week, they played sold-out shows in Paris, Copenhagen, Stockholm, and Berlin. They will kick off their summer tour with several very special appearances at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, where they first came together in 2014. More dates will be announced in the coming weeks.

May 9 – Paradiso Noord – Amsterdam, Netherlands (SOLD OUT)
May 11 – Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival – Belfast, Ireland (SOLD OUT)
May 12 – Whelan’s  – Dublin, Ireland
May 14 – Sage Two – Gateshead, UK
May 15 – Band On The Wall – Manchester, UK
May 16 – The Station – Bristol, UK
May 17 – Union Chapel – London, UK (SOLD OUT)
June 21 – Telluride Bluegrass Festival – Telluride, CO
June 23 – Telluride Bluegrass Festival – Telluride, CO
July 4 – Roskilde Festival – Roskilde, Denmark
July 6 – Payomet PAC – North Truro, MA
July 7 – Carmoor – Spanish Courtyard – Katonah, NY
July 8 – Prescott Park Arts Festival – Portsmouth, NH
July 9 – Rams Head On Stage – Annapolis, MD (SOLD OUT)
July 10 – Haw River Ballroom – Saxapahaw, NC
July 12 – Schaefer Center for Performing Arts – Boone, NC
July 13 – Forecastle Festival – Louisville, KY
July 14 – Red Wing Roots Festival – Mt. Solon, VA
July 15 – Green River Festival – Greenfield, MA
August 2 – Pickathon – Happy Valley, OR
August 3 – Pickathon – Happy Valley, OR
August 4 – Travelers’ Rest Festival – Missoula, MT
August 7 – Riverwalk Center – Breckenridge, CO
August 9 – Ogden Nature Center – Ogden, UT
August 10 – The Egyptian Theatre – Boise, ID
August 11 – Grand Targhee Bluegrass Festival – Alta, WY
August 12 – Rialto Theatre  – Bozeman, MT
August 17 – Red Rocks Amphitheatre – Morrison, CO*
August 24 – Greenbelt Festival – Northamptonshire, UK
August 27 – Mareel– Shetland, UK
August 28 – Queens Hall – Edinburgh, UK
September 8 – Moon River Music Festival – Chattanooga, TN (SOLD OUT)
September 30 – Chan Shun Concert Hall – Vancouver, BC
October 2 – Jack Singer Concert Hall – Calgary, AB

October 7 – Mondavi Center – Davis, CA
November 29 – BJCC Concert Hall – Birmingham, AL**
November 30 – Verizon Arena – North Little Rock, AR**
December 2 – Juanita K. Hammons Hall – Springfield, MO**

*opening for Old Crow Medicine Show
** opening for Steve Martin & Martin Short

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