TORONTO, ON – November 29, 2023 – Today, Chelsea Wolfe presents her new single, Tunnel Lights, off her upcoming album, She Reaches Out To She Reaches Out To She, arriving February 9 on Loma Vista. Tunnel Lights conjures up a late-night Twin Peaks feel until it cracks open into a swirl of analog and electric waves. As Wolfe explains, “Tunnel Lights is about actually living instead of just ‘getting by.’ It’s about waking up to the fact that you’ve been languishing in the dark and it’s time to start taking steps towards the lights that’ll guide you out of the tunnel-cave.” Listen to Tunnel Lights here and watch the video here.
“I’m sanctified in my lover’s eyes,” Wolfe leads with on Tunnel Lights. “No way around it/No way to fight/A pull too strong/Don’t try to forfeit/The way is through/On tunnel lights.” Dense and minimal, raw and opulent, intimate and expansive, the production of the song, and throughout the album, breaks apart then rebuilds – samples of the band are cut and pasted back together, heavy guitars dissolve into trip-hop breaks; the vocal delivery feels sculptural and is both hushed and soaring.
Following Whispers in the Echo Chamber, the Tunnel Lights video presents Wolfe collaborating once again with director, George Gallardo Kattah, and was also filmed in Colombia. Wolfe comments: “The Tunnel Lights video is a contemplative wander through possibility, grief, and wonder, represented by the carrying of a mysterious egg through the mystical landscapes of the Colombian páramo, inspired by the energy and flora of the mountains themselves. Starling murmurations act as both guide and coven as emotions become unfrozen.”
Gallardo Kattah adds, “Tunnel Lights is a love letter to my country and my team. Being able to pull off something like this in this ecosystem required for many things to line up, both by chance and by hard work. In very simple terms, the video is a portrait of Chelsea looking and reaching out to herself.”
She Reaches Out To She Reaches Out To She is a powerfully cathartic statement about cutting ties and an important reminder that healing is cyclical, not a simple linear process. The liminal, the in-between, and the unseen are recurring characters on She Reaches Out. As Wolfe puts it, “like the dark moon, that void space can feel unpredictable and looming, but it also holds so much potential, mystery, and excitement.”

Produced by David Andrew Sitek of TV On The Radio and mixed by Shawn Everett (Slowdive, SZA, The War On Drugs), She Reaches Out was recorded by Derek Coburn at Federal Prism Studios and mastered by Heba Kadry. Supporting Wolfe throughout is the core band of multi-instrumentalist, Ben Chisholm; drummer, Jess Gowrie; and guitarist, Bryan Tulao. There’s an intimate, ASMR-like quality to Wolfe’s vocals on the album – nothing feels straightforward, left to chance, or as expected. As Wolfe says, “This album demanded to be lived.”

Praise for Dusk and Whispers in the Echo Chamber:
“The goth crooner Chelsea Wolfe conjures a thick atmosphere on ‘Dusk,’ ...‘Dusk' is centered around a slow, methodical beat, murky guitar chords and Wolfe’s breathy, eerie voice. 'I will go through fire to get to you,' she sings with a haunting determination.”
The New York Times
“[‘Whispers in the Echo Chamber’] thumps and seethes with the industrial rage of latter-day Nine Inch Nails, though Wolfe's vocals are more lighter and ominous like they were written with a crow's feather.”The FADER
Above a throbbing bassline, [Chelsea Wolfe] intones about phenomena ‘beyond reality’ in between pecks of earth-rattling drum detonations. By the end, a chugging guitar riff is raining hellfire while Wolfe chants ‘more, more, more’ like a shrieking worshipper offering everything to some dark deity.”  Revolver on Whispers in the Echo Chamber
“The genre-defying ‘Dusk’ is one of her more elaborate recordings to date, a culmination of her career thus far.”Consequence, Heavy Song of the Week 
“On ‘Dusk,’ Chelsea Wolfe pushes Portishead’s gothic trip-hop to new doom-laden extremes.” Stereogum, Best Songs Of The Week
“Chelsea Wolfe comes out swinging with the dark psychedelic single ‘Dusk.’ A moody, sensual song about unrelenting love, Wolfe’s chilling tone and searing guitar breakdown create a swirling, gruesome melody.”Paste, Best New Songs
"[‘Whispers in the Echo Chamber’] underscores Chelsea Wolfe's rank among the most provocative in heavy music.” Knotfest

February 27 - San Diego, CA @ The Observatory North Park
February 28 - Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom
March 1 - Austin, TX @ Scoot Inn
March 2 - Dallas, TX @ The Studio at The Factory
March 3 - Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall
March 5 - Nashville, TN @ Basement East
March 6 - Asheville, NC @ The Orange Peel
March 8 - Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
March 9 - Charlotte, NC @ The Underground
March 10 - Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore
March 12 - Brooklyn, NY @ Warsaw
March 13 - New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom
March 15 - Boston, MA @ Royale
March 16 - Montreal, QC @ Club Soda
March 17 - Toronto, ON @ The Danforth Music Hall
March 19 - Chicago, IL @ The Vic Theatre
March 20 - Minneapolis, MN @ The Varsity Theatre
March 22 - Denver, CO @ The Gothic Theatre
March 23 - Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot
March 25 - Seattle, WA @ The Neptune Theater
March 26 - Vancouver, BC @ The Vogue Theater
March 27 - Portland, OR @ The Roseland Ballroom
March 29 - San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore
March 30 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Novo
April 18 - Tilburg, NL @ Roadburn Festival
April 21 - London, UK @ Heaven
May 29 – June 2 - Barcelona, ES @ Primavera Sound
June 27 – June 30 - Clisson, FR @ Hellfest

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