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Sudan Archives Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
Sudan Archives Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts

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Charles
May 9th 2023
I just wanna have my titties out
Vancouver, BC@
The Orpheum
Thaddeus
November 3rd 2022
What a performer. Highly recommended to see her live.
Minneapolis, MN@
Fine Line Music Cafe
Rich
October 16th 2022
there is no one better right now
Pittsburgh, PA@
The Andy Warhol Museum
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About Sudan Archives

As Sudan Archives, Brittney Parks first emerged onto the scene as a self taught avant-garde violinist, channelling sounds through loop pedals. She has combined left-field strains of R&B, hip-hop, and experimental electronic music with hypnotic string loops and the fiddling style of West Africa.

After bursting onto the scene in 2017 with "Come Meh Way”, she masterfully bridged the gap between her early glitchy, avant-garde compositions and timeless songwriting for her debut album Athena. The album drew inspiration from divine Black feminine power, being described as a “boundary-defying R&B innovator” by The New York Times.

Now, she’s at the top of her game. She’s released three singles so far this year, each one stronger than the last, off of her upcoming sophomore LP Natural Brown Prom Queen. Due out September 9, the album is by no means a straight forward pop project, but it contains some of her catchiest, lushest, most joyful songs to date — surprising, given the fact that she recorded, arranged, and edited them in her basement during deep lockdown. This is also her most personal project, taking in race, womanhood, and the fiercely loyal, loving relationships at the heart of her life with her family, friends, and partner. On Natural Brown Prom Queen, Sudan Archives invites you to join in and embrace shared joy.
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Genres:
Fiddle Funk, Experimental Alternative, R&b
Hometown:
Cincinnati, Ohio

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to Sudan Archives to play in your city
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Concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past
All Concerts & Live Streams

Live Photos of Sudan Archives

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Sudan Archives's tour

Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Fan Reviews

Charles
May 9th 2023
I just wanna have my titties out
Vancouver, BC@
The Orpheum
Thaddeus
November 3rd 2022
What a performer. Highly recommended to see her live.
Minneapolis, MN@
Fine Line Music Cafe
Rich
October 16th 2022
there is no one better right now
Pittsburgh, PA@
The Andy Warhol Museum
View More Fan Reviews

About Sudan Archives

As Sudan Archives, Brittney Parks first emerged onto the scene as a self taught avant-garde violinist, channelling sounds through loop pedals. She has combined left-field strains of R&B, hip-hop, and experimental electronic music with hypnotic string loops and the fiddling style of West Africa.

After bursting onto the scene in 2017 with "Come Meh Way”, she masterfully bridged the gap between her early glitchy, avant-garde compositions and timeless songwriting for her debut album Athena. The album drew inspiration from divine Black feminine power, being described as a “boundary-defying R&B innovator” by The New York Times.

Now, she’s at the top of her game. She’s released three singles so far this year, each one stronger than the last, off of her upcoming sophomore LP Natural Brown Prom Queen. Due out September 9, the album is by no means a straight forward pop project, but it contains some of her catchiest, lushest, most joyful songs to date — surprising, given the fact that she recorded, arranged, and edited them in her basement during deep lockdown. This is also her most personal project, taking in race, womanhood, and the fiercely loyal, loving relationships at the heart of her life with her family, friends, and partner. On Natural Brown Prom Queen, Sudan Archives invites you to join in and embrace shared joy.
Show More
Genres:
Fiddle Funk, Experimental Alternative, R&b
Hometown:
Cincinnati, Ohio

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