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Goldfrapp's 'Tales of Us' hits theaters today

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Goldfrapp's sixth, and latest, studio album has been declared the group's best work to date. By combining some of the finest, most distinct elements of their two previous releases, Head First and Seventh Tree, Alison Goldfrapp and co. have created an atmospheric, not to mention haunting, masterpiece.

If the album's overarching theme seems a bit cinematic in scope, that's because its characters and soundscape were inspired by the work of filmmakers David Lynch, Ingmar Bergman, and Michelangelo Antonioni. A logical next step? Make an actual film inspired by Tales of Us. It's a 30-minute journey through some of the individual stories featured on the album, namely Stranger, Laurel, Jo, Drew and Annabel which interconnect subtly, sharing themes, taking the viewer on a unique musical journey.

This will be an incredible opportunity to see the film as it was originally intended, up on the cinema screen. Watch the film’s trailer here. The live performance they initially recorded at the film's premiere back in January will play after.

Says Alison Goldfrapp, “We’re very excited to present a unique event, the Tales Of Us film alongside an intimate live performance, to our fans across the world. We’ve loved touring the Tales Of Us album and can’t wait to bring our live show to local cinemas.”

Tickets are on sale, though some dates are already sold out. For more information please visit http://www.goldfrapp.com/film.

The full list of dates, times, and venues:

8:00 PM Showings:

3/25 & 3/27—AMC Empire on 42nd Street-NYC
3/25 & 3/27—AMC Burbank on North 1st Street-Burbank, CA
3/25 & 3/27---AMC Van Ness 14 IMAX—San Francisco, CA
3/25 & 3/27—AMC Eden Prarie Mall—Roseville, MN
3/25 & 3/27—AMC Barrington 30—Chicago, IL
3/25 & 3/27—AMC Cherry Creek on E. 1st Ave—Denver,CO
3/25 & 3/27—AMC Franklin Mills—Philadelphia, PA
3/25 & 3/27—AMC Pacific Palace on Pine Street—Seattle, WA
3/25 & 3/27—AMC Sunset Place on Sunset Drive—Miami, FL
3/25 & 3/27—AMC Owings Mills—Owings Mills, MD
3/25 & 3/27—AMC Barton Creek on S Capitol—Austin, TX
3/25 & 3/27—AMC Studio 30—Houston, TX
3/25 & 3/27—AMC Livonia on Haggerty Road—Livonia, MI
3/25 & 3/27—AMC Center 24 on N 3rd Street-Phoenix, AZ
3/25 & 3/27—AMC Showplace 16 on S. Meridian Street—Indianapolis, IN
3/25 & 3/27—AMC Elmwood—Elmwood, LA
3/25 & 3/27—AMC Parkway—Atlanta, GA
3/25 & 3/27—FilmBar—Phoenix, AZ

7:30 PM Showings:

3/25—Cedar Lee Theatre—Cleveland Heights, OH
3/25—Southside Works Cinema—Pittsburg, PA
3/25—The Plaza Theatre—Atlanta, GA
3/25—The Rialto Theatre—Montreal, QUE

7:00 PM Showings:

3/25—Sie Filmcenter—Denver, CO
3/25 & 3/27—Indie Screen—Brooklyn, NY
3/27—The Texas Theatre—Oak Cliff, TX

9:00 PM Showings:

3/25—Rio Theatre—Vancouver, BC
3/25, 3/26, 3/27—The Art Theatre—Long Beach, CA

9:30 PM Showing:

3/26—Bloor Hot Docs Cinema—Toronto, ONT

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