Singer, songwriter and actress Lola Kirke is proud to announce her signing to Third Man Records for her forthcoming sophomore LP, due next spring. Stay tuned for more information about new music and tour dates.
Kirke will celebrate the signing with a performance at New York City's Berlin Under 2A as a part of the Mondo.NYC conference and showcase festival. The show will feature support from Nashville rockers The Love-In.
Kirke's recent creative history comes with well-deserved acclaim -- in addition to major acting roles in Mozart in the Jungle, David Fincher's Gone Girl, Noah Baumbach's Mistress America, Broken Diamonds (starring Dear Evan Hansen's Ben Platt) and more, she released her debut album Heart Head West in 2018 on Downtown Records. The record drew praise from all corners of the media world -- the likes of Rolling Stone, The New York Times, Pitchfork, NYLON, Paste Magazine and more all found something to love. Keep an eye out for Kirke's appearance in HBO's forthcoming star-studded series about the Los Angeles Lakers (developed by Adam McKay), as well as her role in Greta Gerwig's Three Sisters play next fall.
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At sixteen, Lola Kirke discovered Gram Parsons and the Cosmic American genre he defined. In spite of being a New Yorker by the way of London, Kirke felt a strong connection to his country-rock sound. "For whatever reason, I thought I could resolve all my problems by just becoming him."
Kirke is no stranger to shape shifting - as an actress with a steadily ascending star, she's had major roles in David Fincher's Gone Girl and Noah Baumbach's Mistress America, as well as the Golden Globe-winning Amazon show Mozart in the Jungle. While less in the fore, her passion for music has stayed constant, with her guitar following her from dressing room to dressing room.