Aldous Harding is back with a new single and has announced an extensive 2022 tour. "Old Peel" has been around for a while -- she played it at Brooklyn's Rough Trade back in 2019 when she debuted Designer live -- and it fits right in alongside that album's nervous, quirky beauty. The song was recorded with her regular producer John Parish at the end of her 2019 tour and is now finally seeing the light of day. It will be released as a 7" single on July 9 via 4 AD with an acoustic "alternate version" on the b-side.

The video for "Old Peel" was co-directed by Aldous and longtime visual collaborator Martin Sagadin, who stars here as the Iggy Pop-esque singer. You can watch that below.

Aldous also has announced an extensive 2022 tour, including North American dates that start June 3 in Chicago. It includes stops in Detroit, Toronto, Montreal, Cambridge, NYC, Philadelphia, DC, Asheville, Atlanta, New Orleans, Dallas, Austin, Phoenix, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Englewood and Lawrence, KS. All dates are listed below.

The NYC show happens at Webster Hall on June 9 and the Los Angeles show is at The Wiltern on June 24. Tickets for all North American dates go on sale Friday, June 18 at 10 AM Eastern with presales starting beforehand.

Designer made our list of Best Albums of 2019. Maybe she'll have a new one by the time this tour starts.

Aldous Harding - 2022 Tour Dates
March 3 – BRUSSELS, BE, Cirque Royal
March 5 – UTRECHT, NL, Tivoli
March 6 – GRONINGEN, NL, Oosterpoort
March 7 – BERLIN, DE, Admiralspalast
March 9 – PARIS, FR, Le Trianon
March 11 – NANTES, FR, Le Lieu Unique
March 12 – LYON, FR, Epicerie Moderne
March 14 – MILAN, IT, Santeria Toscana 31
March 15 – ZURICH, CH, Bogen F
March 17 – PRAGUE, CZ, Palac Akropolis
March 18 – WARSAW, PL, Niebo
March 20 – COPENHAGEN, DK, Vega
March 22 – STOCKHOLM, SE, Berns
March 23 – OSLO, NO, Sentrum Scene
March 25 – GOTHENBURG, SE, Pustervik
March 27 – HAMBURG, DE, Mojo Club
March 28 – COLOGNE, DE, Burgerhaus Stollwerk
March 30 – LONDON, GB, Barbican
March 31 – LONDON, GB, Barbican
April 1 – NORWICH, GB, The Waterfront
April 3 – GLASGOW, GB, City Halls
April 5 – DUBLIN, IE, National Concert Hall
April 7 – MANCHESTER, GB, Albert Hall
April 8 – BRIGHTON, GB, The Dome
April 10 – CARDIFF, GB, The Tramshed
April 11 – BRISTOL, GB, Trinity
April 12 – BRISTOL, GB, Trinity
June 3 – CHICAGO, IL, Thalia Hall
June 4 – DETROIT, MI, El Club
June 5 – TORONTO, ON, Danforth Music Hall
June 6 – MONTREAL, QC, Rialto Theatre
June 8 – CAMBRIDGE, MA, The Sinclair
June 9 – NEW YORK, NY, Webster Hall
June 10 – PHILADELPHIA, PA, Union Transfer
June 11 – WASHINGTON, DC, Miracle Theatre
June 14 – ASHEVILLE, NC, The Orange Peel
June 15 – ATLANTA, GA, Terminal West
June 19 – NEW ORLEANS, LA, Republic
June 20 – DALLAS, TX, Granada Theater
June 21 – AUSTIN, TX, Mohawk
June 23 – PHOENIX, AZ, Crescent Ballroom
June 24 – LOS ANGELES, CA, The Wiltern
June 25 – SAN FRANCISCO, CA, The Fillmore
June 27 – PORTLAND, OR, Crystal Ballroom
June 28 – SEATTLE, WA, Neptune Theatre
July 1 – ENGLEWOOD, CO, Gothic Theatre
July 2 – LAWRENCE, KS, Granada Theatre