Acclaimed artist Aimee Mann confirms additional East Coast tour dates this June with stops in Brooklyn, Providence, Port Washington, Portsmouth and more. Tickets can be purchased here: See below for complete tour details.

Mann’s new album, Mental Illness, out now via SuperEgo Records, has been released to critical praise:

“Mental Illness can be punishingly sad, but also breathtakingly pretty.” –NPR Music

Mental Illness wallows in its troubles, and it’s an exquisite wallow." –The New York Times

“Every doomed syllable is sacred and every tragic rhyme fits, as though each song were a puzzle to which only Mann knows the solution.” –Los Angeles Times

Mental Illness is Aimee Mann’s quintessential statement, tempering the discord of life with elegant chamber folk. Mann fills her songs with ordinary people struggling against operatic levels of pain.” –Pitchfork

“...a solid addition to Mann's estimable discography, the kind of record that sets a mood and sustains it for 39 craftsmanlike minutes.” –Chicago Tribune

"...Mann crafts a melancholic atmosphere that is worth repeated listens, whether as a means for catharsis or as a well-crafted cloud to ease the punishing brightness of a too-sunny day.” –The Boston Globe

“Aimee Mann's quietly intense songs have always painted empathetic portraits of tormented characters— who leave an impression on her, as well as listeners.” –ELLE

“...a serene album of delicate, mournful songs.” –Associated Press

“The patron saint of gloomy folk pop.” –The Washington Post

“A showcase for her considerable craft and her knife-edge wit, Mental Illness is one of Mann’s sharpest albums of the century.” –Stereogum

“The singer-songwriter plays into her melancholic reputation with grace and conviction.” –Consequence of Sound

“Most artists can only hope to make music this vital over 30 years into a musical career.” –Brooklyn Vegan

Additionally, Mann performed her single “Goose Snow Cone” on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” Watch/share her performance here:

Mental Illness
shows off Mann’s rich, incisive and wry melancholia in an almost all-acoustic format, with a “finger-picky” style inspired by some of her favorite ‘60s and ‘70s folk-rock records, augmented by haunting strings arranged by her longtime producer, Paul Bryan. On this eleven-track album, the Oscar-nominated, Grammy-winning singer remains a student of human behavior, drawing not just on her own experiences to form the characters in the songs but tales told by friends. Additional players include: Jonathan Coulton on acoustic guitar and backing vocals, Jay Bellerose on drums, Jamie Edwards on piano, John Roderick as a co-writer and Ted Leo (who recently joined her in a joint side project, The Both) as a background singer.

After several albums with Til Tuesday, Mann began her solo career in 1993 with the album Whatever and made a name for herself through her independent success and the founding of her record label, SuperEgo Records. In addition to her solo albums, she has appeared on many film soundtracks, most notably the score for Paul Thomas Anderson’s Magnolia, with “Save Me” landing her Academy Award and Golden Globe nominations for Best Original Song.

In 2014, Mann joined up with Ted Leo for a more rock-oriented duo project, releasing a self-titled album under the name The Both. Other extracurricular activities since her previous record Charmer ranged from playing herself on the hit TV series Portlandia to performing for President Obama and the First Lady at the White House. Named one of The Huffington Post’s “13 Funny Musicians You Should Be Following On Twitter,” Mann has gained a diehard social media following for her quick wit and stinging observation.

For more information, please contact Cami Opere, Louis D'Adamio or Carla Sacks at 212.741.1000 at Sacks & Co.

1. Goose Snow Cone
2. Stuck In The Past
3. You Never Loved Me
4. Rollercoasters
5. Lies Of Summer
6. Patient Zero
7. Good For Me
8. Knock It Off
9. Philly Sinks
10. Simple Fix
11. Poor Judge



April 20 /// Washington, DC /// Lincoln Theatre
April 21 /// Philadelphia, PA /// Keswick Theatre
April 22 /// New York, NY /// The Town Hall
April 23 /// Boston, MA /// The Wilbur Theatre
April 25 /// Albany, NY /// The Egg Center For The Performing Arts
April 26 /// Toronto, ON /// Danforth Music Hall 
April 28 /// Ann Arbor, MI /// The Ark
April 29 /// Chicago, IL /// Park West
April 30 /// Milwaukee, WI /// Pabst Theater
May 2 /// Madison, WI /// Barrymore Theatre
May 3 /// Saint Paul, MN /// Fitzgerald Theater
May 5 /// Boulder, CO /// Boulder Theater
May 6 /// Salt Lake City, UT /// The State Room
May 8 /// Missoula, MT /// The Wilma
May 9 /// Seattle, WA /// Neptune
May 10 /// Portland, OR /// Revolution Hall
May 12 /// San Francisco, CA /// The Fillmore
May 13 /// Los Angeles, CA /// The Theatre at Ace Hotel
June 19 /// South Orange, NJ /// South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC)
June 20 /// Port Washington, NY /// Landmark On Main Street 
June 21 /// Annapolis, MD /// Rams Head On Stage
June 23 /// Alexandria, VA /// The Birchmere
June 24 /// Tarrytown, NY /// Tarrytown Music Hall 
June 25 /// Westhampton Beach, NY /// Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center
June 26 /// Brooklyn, NY /// Music Hall of Williamsburg
June 28 /// Vineyard Haven, MA /// Martha's Vineyard PAC 
June 29 /// Providence, RI /// Columbus Theatre
June 30 /// Portsmouth, NH /// Prescott Park
July 1 /// Bethlehem, NH /// Colonial Theatre