New Choice: Skylar Spence, formerly Saint Pepsi, teases new album with video and Coke reference
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Back in January Ryan DeRobertis’ electronic pop project Saint Pepsi cited some legal issues and changed its name to Skylar Spence, swapping out a heavenly take on the soft drink in favor of a character from Woody Allen’s Everyone Says I Love You, which was also the name of a 2013 track from the Long Island producer.

Now Skylar Spence is prepping a new record to be released June 16 via Carpark, and he did it with the help of a 41-second teaser video that references Coca-Cola in the first eight seconds. You can watch the vintage video clip below.

Meanwhile, DeRobertis’ vaporware will be in full effect this summer, as Skylar Spence sets out on a handful of North American dates that includes a July 30 live dance party at Great Scott in Allston.

Skylar Spence summer tour with full band:
6/20 Firefly Music Festival – Dover, DE
6/25 – 6/28 Electric Forest – Rothbury, MI
7/11 Ottawa Bluesfest – Ottawa, ON
7/23 DC9 – Washington, DC
7/24 Johnny Brenda’s – Philadelphia, PA
7/25 Rough Trade – Brooklyn, NY
7/30 Great Scott – Allston, MA
7/31 Osheaga Music & Arts Festival – Montreal, QC
8/1 The Drake Hotel – Toronto, ON
8/2 Lollapalooza – Chicago, IL


 

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