The POPPYmorphosis Continues with the Release of ‘I Disagree’ Prior to Her U.S. and European Tours

The continuing evolution of Poppy continues with the release of her newest album, I Disagree (available on Sumerian Records). The release is just prior to the post-genre art and music visionary artist’s upcoming U.S. and European tours. The album boasts a sound that is beyond alternative and can best be described as a fusion of pop, progressive, electronic, and metal, underpinned by unpredictable time signature shifts and indelible earworm vocal hooks. Coincident with the release of I Disagree, Poppy has released a new video for “Anything Like Me”, which combines old and new – an image reminiscent of a Poppy that has not been seen for some time.

The album marks a dynamic and deliberate shift to “Poppy Version X.” The album is sure to bolster her already half billion plus YouTube views as fans who have witnessed the Poppy-morphosis to an unassuming paragon of high culture, high fashion, and high art wish to take in the latest shift. She explains that, “in terms of doing what I wanted to in every element from start-to-finish, this feels like my first album. The narrative is really about destroying the things that try to destroy you.”

That message is well portrayed in her videos for “Concrete” as well as the title track, “Bloodmoney”. Poppy carefully constructed the sonic framework for this reinvention throughout 2019. Under the influence of a plethora of artists from Madonna, Air, and Gary Numan to Nine Inch Nails and Marilyn Manson, she took the reins and built the album in an unfiltered and unfettered creative ecosystem of her own design, expanding the sonic palette with an arsenal of analog synths and sonic flourishes.

The album’s release is soon to be followed by the 37 date (and counting) I Disagree Tour. The US leg begins January 22, 2020 in San Francisco, CA, and continues across the US throughout February before heading to the UK and Europe in March. Tickets & VIP packages are available now – see a full list of tour dates and ticket information HERE.


Jan 22 – San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall
Jan 24 – Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre
Jan 25 – Seattle, WA – Neptune
Jan 27 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Grand at Complex
Jan 28 – Denver, CO – Gothic
Jan 30 – Minneapolis, MN – Amsterdan
Jan 31 – Chicago, IL – The Vic Theatre
Feb 1 – Detroit, MI – The Majestic
Feb 2 – Toronto, ON – Opera House
Feb 4 – Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall
Feb 5 – Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall  *SOLD OUT
Feb 6 – New York, NY – Brooklyn Steel
Feb 7 – Philadelphia, PA – Theater of Living Arts
Feb 8 – Washington, D.C. – U Street Music Hall *SOLD OUT
Feb 10 – Charlotte, NC – Underground
Feb 12 – Tampa, FL – The Orpheum
Feb 14 – Atlanta, GA – The Loft at Center Stage
Feb 15 – St. Louis, MO – Delmar Hall
Feb 17 – Lawrence, KS – Liberty Hall
Feb 19 – Albuquerque, NM – Sunshine Theatre
Feb 20 – Phoenix, AZ – The Pressroom
Feb 21 – Los Angeles, CA – Fonda Theater
Mar 12 – Manchester, UK – Academy 2
Mar 13 – Glasgow, UK – Cathouse  *SOLD OUT
Mar 14 – Birmingham, UK – O2 Academy 2  *SOLD OUT
Mar 15 – London, UK – Heaven 
Mar 17 – Amsterdam, NL – Melkweg 
Mar 18 – Brussels, BE – Orangerie 
Mar 20 – Paris, FR – Le Trabendo 
Mar 21 – Bochum, DE – Zeche
Mar 22 – Berlin, DE – Columbia Theater 
Mar 24 – Munich, DE – Backstage Halle 
Mar 25 – Milan, IL – Santeria
Mar 26 – Vienna, AT – Flex
Mar 27 – Zurich, CH – Plaza
Mar 29 – Barcelona, SP – Sala Razzmatazz 2
Mar 30 – Madrid, SP – Sala Caracol

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Dave Pearson is based out of Richmond, VA by way of Hayward, WI. He has long had a passion for music. Growing up in rural Wisconsin, he rocked out to the likes of Barry Manilow, Neil Diamond, and The Lettermen. Then, one Saturday night, being the rebel he was born to be, he caught an Alice Cooper interview (it may have been on The Midnight Special) and saw him perform, “Welcome to My Nightmare”. Dave was hooked on Rock and Roll (and many other genres as well). Dave has enjoyed (amateur) photography to some degree most of his adult life. Recently Dave started to apply his event photography skills in various music settings with success. He finds that photographing a performance gives him a much greater appreciation for the artist.