Alicia Witt is getting "Younger" this fall. The singer and actress have just released her new single "Younger" while also announcing a limited run of tour dates this fall so that audiences can hear her newest music in person. You can purchase her new single on iTunes and stream it on Spotify, with tickets to her upcoming live shows available on her website.
Music fans will recognize Alicia Witt's name from her work as an actress. She recently recurred as John Cho's deceased wife in the second season of FOX's "The Exorcist," and also had significant roles on AMC's "The Walking Dead," FX's "Justified" and Showtime's revival of "Twin Peaks." But while she's received considerable acclaim as an actress, she also has an equally impressive career as a singer, songwriter and musician. Her first self-titled release was in 2009 and she's recorded a wide variety of music since.
"Younger" demonstrates just how far Witt has come over almost a decade of recording and performing. Her vocal ability is as strong as ever, but the song is also more nuanced and layered than usual pop releases. Her music is enchanting and naturally thought-provoking, so it's great news that there's a lot more where this single came from, both digitally and live on tour.
According to the single's press release, "Younger" is the first song from Witt's upcoming EP called 150,000 Days, which will be released on Aug. 24. It's Witt's first non-single release since 2015's Revisionary History and that alone will make it worth listening to as her sound has clearly continued to improve over the three years following that album. To coincide with the EP release, she has lined up five concerts starting Aug. 22 in several major cities. That means music fans can hear her new songs even before the EP is formally released, and see a new side of this multi-talented artist.
Aug. 22 - Chicago, IL - City Winery
Aug. 28 - New York, NY - City Winery
Sept. 06 - Los Angeles, CA - Hotel Cafe
Sept. 09 - Nashville, TN - The Loft at City Winery
Oct. 26 - Decatur, GA - Eddie's Attic
For more on Alicia Witt, visit her artist page at AXS.