Psychic Hotline

“BB” from Tim Bernardes is out now

May 16, 2022 - By Psychic Hotline

Tim Bernardes, a Latin Grammy nominated singer, songwriter, musician, composer, and producer from São Paulo, Brazil, has released the second single off of his forthcoming album Mil Coisas Invisíveis, out June 14th. The single, “BB,” is simple and soothing, while encapsulating the grandiosity of love.

Tim explains ‘BB’ as “a tender simple love song. I wanted to put care, love and simplicity on the recording as well, a simple acoustic guitar and voice ballad but with some ‘Pet Sounds’ on it. String quartet, synth and unusual percussive atmosphere. For it to be minimal but still pass some big simple loving spirit.”

Bernardes has captivated global audiences with his delicate balance between sounds seeped in Brazilian tradition and contemporary indie and folk that is deeply warm, intimate, emotionally resonant and healing. He’s collaborated with the likes of Fleet Foxes, Tom Zé, David Byrne, Gal Costa, Devendra Banhart, Shintaro Sakamoto, and more. Mil Coisas Invisíveis is his second solo album, following his 2017 debut Recomeçar. The album was written primarily while touring with his acclaimed tropicalia-indie group O Terno, and heading into 2020, which is when he decided to step back from touring and focus on new songs. What emerged was an album that is generous and intimate- a series of meditations on metaphysical transformation in the face of grave uncertainty.

In support of his forthcoming album, Tim Bernardes will be heading out on a U.S. tour this Summer with Fleet Foxes — dates below.

Summer Tour Dates with Fleet Foxes
June 23 – Seattle, WA – The Moore Theatre
June 27- Sandy, UT- Sandy Amphitheater
June 28- Denver, CO- The Mission Ballroom
June 29- Beaver Creek, CO- Vilar Performing Arts Center
July 1- Dallas, TX- The Factory In Deep Ellum
July 2- Houston, TX- 713 Music Hall
July 3- Austin, TX- Moody Amphitheater
July 5- Phoenix, AZ- Arizona Federal Theatre
July 6- San Diego, CA- Cal Coast Credit Union Amphitheater
July 8- Los Angeles, CA- Greek Theatre
July 9- Santa Barbara, CA- Santa Barbara Bowl
July 10- Berkeley, CA- The Greek Theatre
July 12- Troutdale, OR- Mcmenamins Edgefield Amphitheater
July 13- Vancouver, BC- Queen Elizabeth Theatre
July 15- Redmond, WA- King’s County Marymoor Park
July 16- Spokane WA- First Interstate Center For The Arts
July 17- Missoula, MT- Kettlehouse Amphitheater