Chet Faker Remixes Little Dragon’s 'Pretty Girls'

Shows Include Three Sold-Out Headline Dates at New York’s Terminal 5
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An artist of considerable range, Chet Faker—the name taken by Melbourne-raised, Brooklyn-based Nick Murphy—writes, performs and records all of his own music, giving it a warm, intimate feel with a solid groove structure. His critically acclaimed debut full length album Built On Glass was released on Downtown/Future Classic in the spring of 2014. The album was the highly anticipated follow up to his 2012 EP Thinking in textures and Lockjaw, his 3-song EP with fellow Australian producer Flume, released in late-2013. Faker also just teamed with Little Dragon for a remix of their track “Pretty Girls,” released today. Hear it now via Entertainment Weekly & Soundcloud:

After being named to a number of “Best of 2014” lists including NPR Music’s “Favorite Songs” (“1998”), Entertainment Weekly’s “Best Videos” (“Gold”) and Yahoo! Music’s “Best New Artists,” Faker kicked off 2015 by performing his hit single “Gold” on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and will perform on the Jimmy Kimmel Live! Outdoor Stage this April. His popularity in the U.S. was cemented when he sold out his spring 2015 headline tour in a few short days. The dates include three nights at New York City’s Terminal 5 and a show at Los Angeles’ Club Nokia, taking place between his two Coachella weekend performances.

The singer / producer also continues his rise across the globe. Faker recently received five ARIAAwards in his native Australia including Best Male Artist, Producer of the Year and Best Independent Album. He also took the #1 spot on the Triple J Hottest 100 (Australia), and the critics from The Guardian (UK) named him one of their “artists to watch” in 2015, among other accolades.


Feb 11 Canberra Act, Australia - Royal Theatre

Feb 13 Sydney, Australia - Hordern Pavilion

Feb 14 South Brisbane, Australia - Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Feb 20 Perth, Australia - Perth International Arts Festival

Feb 21 Perth, Australia - Perth International Arts Festival

Feb 22 Fremantle, Australia - Fremantle Arts Centre

Feb 25 Melbourne, Australia - Palais Theatre

Feb 26 Melbourne, Australia - Palais Theatre

Feb 27 Melbourne, Australia - Palais Theatre

Feb 28 Adelaide, Australia – The Barton Theatre

Mar 03 Sydney, Australia - Hordern Pavilion

Mar 05 Melbourne, Australia - Palais Theatre

Mar 07 Melbourne, Australia - Palais Theatre

Mar 13 Bogota, Columbia - Estero Picnic Music Festival

Mar 15 Santiago, Chile - Lollapalooza Chile

Mar 19 Rio De Janiero, Brazil - Sacadura Cabral

Mar 21 Buenos Aires, Argentina - Lollapalooza Argentina

Apr 04 New York, NY - Terminal 5**

Apr 07 New York, NY - Terminal 5**

Apr 08 New York, NY - Terminal 5**

Apr 11 Indio, CA - Coachella Music & Arts Festival

Apr 15 Los Angeles, CA – Club Nokia**

Apr 18 Indio, CA - Coachella Music & Arts Festival

May 09 Mexico City, MX - Ceremonia

May 22 – 24 Kingston Downs, GA – CounterPoint Music & Arts Festival

May 22 – 24 Boston, MA – Boston Calling

May 28 Barcelona, Spain - Primavera Sound

Jun 02 Strasbourg, France - La Laiterie

Jun 03 Paris, France - Le Trianon

Jun 04 Tourcoing, France - Le Grand Mix

Jun 06 London, United Kingdom – Field Day

Jun 09 Glasgow, UK - Art School

Jun 17 Utrecht, Netherlands – Tivolivredenburg

Jun 19 - 21 Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands - Best Kept Secret Festival

Jun 19 - 21 Scheessel, Germany - Hurricane Festival 

Jun 19 - 21 Neuhausen Ob Eck, Germany - Southside Festival 

**with special guest XXYYXX

Watch:Chet Faker on The Ellen DeGeneres Show