Alt-pop quintet New Dialogue have just dropped their latest Warehouse series acoustic video for “Fake Smile.” Watch the video HERE. The video is part three of the four part series, which includes previously released videos for “Pilgrims” and “Loose Ends,” all off of the band’s recently released debut EP Teach Me How To Feel.

New Dialogue is also excited to announce that they will be joining Meg & Dia on the road this September for a handful of West Coast shows. Following the Meg & Dia tour, the band will hit the road with lovelytheband for a couple shows. The LA natives have been touring non-stop in support of Teach Me How To Feel, sharing the stage with Marianas TrenchSmallpools, lovelytheband, and performing at this year’s SXSW. For more information on their upcoming tour dates and to purchase tickets, visit the band’s website HERE.

“We’ve been fans of Meg and Dia since their beginning, so we’re really excited to get to know them on the road and play some exciting shows. Going out with lovely is always a blast, it’s like coming home when we share the stage with them so we’re really stoked for that too,” states New Dialogue frontwoman Ela Kitapci about the band’s upcoming shows.

Teach Me How To Feel (May 3) was produced by Charlie Park (lovleythebandDreamers), Christian Medice (lovelytheband, P!nk), and Larzz Principato (Dua Lipa, Halsey) and features focus track and single “Pilgrims” and the previously released tracks “Fake Smile,” “Neon Ocean” and “Are You Like Me.” New Dialogue’s music has been featured on streaming playlists such as Spotify’s The New Alt and New Noise, the cover of Filtr’s Today We Rock, on Amazon Music’s Alt Scene and Fresh Noise, and on Apple Music’s Breaking Alternative playlists. The band’s debut track, “Fake Smile,” landed a massive sync on MTV’s Siesta Key. Fans can purchase and stream Teach Me How To Feel HERE.   

The roots of New Dialogue began far from Los Angeles. Born in England and raised in Istanbul, Ela Kitapci left everything behind to seek musical soul mates in L.A. where she met fellow singer Taylor Morrow. There was an instant musical connection. Serendipity united the other members of what would become New Dialogue in 2017. The five musicians bonded over all things including music from bands like The KillersLocal Natives, and Bon Iver to a simple love of the ocean. Living together in a small apartment tucked away in Torrance, CA, they spent a year quietly writing and recording with producer Charlie Park (lovelytheband) before making their live debut in June 2018.  

New Dialogue is Ela Kitapci (vocals), Taylor Morrow (vocals), Jason Rodriguez (drums), Michael Sevilla (guitar), and Jeff Badagliacca (bass).

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