Jessy Lanza is a Canadian electronic songwriter, producer, and vocalist from Hamilton, Ontario. She’s touring in support of her new record, Oh No, and Thrillcall is offering a pair of free tickets to one lucky winner at every show!


Check out a full list of Jessy Lanza dates below and learn more about her new record! Want to win tickets? Download the Thrillcall app, set your location and enter to win. Good luck!

June 15 – Pontiac – Crofoot Ballroom

June 16 – Chicago – Empty Bottle

June 17 – Minneapolis – Triple Rock Social Club

June 21 – Vancouver – Alexander Gastown

June 22 – Seattle – The Crocodile

June 23 – Portland – Doug Fir Lounge

June 25 – San Francisco – Rickshaw Stop

June 26 – Los Angeles – Echoplex

June 27 – Phoenix – Valley Bar

June 29 – Austin – The Parish

June 30 – Dallas – Club Dada

July 01 – Houston – Rudyard’s British Pub

July 02 – New Orleans – Gasa Gasa

July 05 – Carrboro – Cat’s Cradle Backroom

July 06 – Washington, D.C. – DC9

July 07 – Philadelphia – Johnny Brenda’s 

July 08 – New York – Bowery Ballroom

July 09 – Brooklyn – Baby’s All Right

July 11 – Allston – Great Scott

July 12 – Portsmouth – 3S Artspace

Jessy Lanza’s second album ‘Oh No’ is addressed to her own constant nervousness. The pressure of music making, which used to calm her nerves, has led to a whole new world of contingencies that stoke the anxiety mill. The exclamation ‘Oh No’, for Jessy, marks yet another incident of randomness interrupting her tranquillity. All of which seems at odds with the confidence and spontaneity of this second album as well as recent collaborations with the likes of Caribou, DJ Spinn and Morgan Geist and his Galleria project.

Made in her hometown of Hamilton, Ontario, with production partner Jeremy Greenspan from Junior Boys, the plaintive, reverb drizzled mood of the first album has all but given away to a more direct, self-assured and joyful album. As with many artists whose hometown lie off the usual network of cultural hotspots, ‘Oh No’ is driven positively by the idea of making music that isn’t inspired by where she lives. Instead, the album resonates more with the philosophy of experimental pop of Japanese 80s electro outfit Yellow Magic Orchestra and Jessy’s breathless, pitched vocals are reminiscent of YMO collaborator Miharu Koshi. Playfully laced with cascading arpeggios, crispy drum machines and breezy songs, ‘Oh No’ has an infectious energy that has been brewing in her live shows since her first album. As Jessy says ‘I want to make people feel good and I want to make myself feel good’.