Catalan-Irish musician and storyteller Núria Graham shares a new song today, “Yes It’s Me, The Goldfish!”—listen here and watch the accompanying visual piece, directed by Marc Cuscó, here. More music from Graham is imminent.

“This song has had many lives already,” Graham says. “It’s a melody and a story that has been in my head for years now, there are many recorded versions in my old voice memos on my phone and computer. One day, while I was at home recording and writing, this phrase came to me: ‘Yes it’s me, the goldfish!’ and then everything fell into place on its own. It made a lot of sense in the album’s story, which has different narrators and fables telling the same event. The Goldfish is the one watching from the fishbowl, and as he watches through the glass, he realizes he already has all the answers, kind of like a witch’s crystal ball. One day I asked my partner Malcus to record a beat to play something on top of, and then the whole song just presented itself”

Next week, Graham will hit the road, with a special show in her hometown of Vic, Spain at Mercat de la Música Viva followed by a run of U.S. dates including Primavera Sound Los Angeles and shows in Portland, Seattle and San Francisco supporting MARO. After the U.S. run, Graham will tour Europe with stops in Spain, Switzerland, Germany, Denmark and more—see full routing below and get tickets here.

Nuria Graham is a Catalan-Irish vocalist, songwriter and producer trained in classical guitar who began writing songs and experimenting with electric guitar, piano and production at the age of 16. Her first album, Bird Eyes, was released in 2015, followed by 2017’s Does it Ring a Bell? and a European tour that found her on the stages of the most prestigious festivals in Spain. Her third album, Marjorie, was released in 2020 to critical acclaim.

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September 14 /// Vic, ES /// MMVV
September 18 /// Los Angeles, CA /// Primavera Sound LA
September 19 /// Los Angeles, CA /// School Night at Bardot
September 23 /// Portland, OR /// Doug Fir Lounge*
September 24 /// Seattle, WA /// Barboza*
September 26 /// San Francisco, CA /// Café Du Nord*
September 27 /// Los Angeles, CA /// The Echo*
November 9 /// Dublin, IRE /// Whelan’s
November 10 /// Chester, UK /// St. Mary’s
November 11 /// Machester, UK /// Low Four
November 12 /// Glasgow, UK /// Great Western Festival
November 13 /// Leeds, UK /// Burdenell Social Club
November 15 /// London, UK /// Scala
November 16 /// Brighton, UK /// Chalk
November 17 /// Rotterdam, NL /// Rotown
November 18 /// Dortmund, DE /// Subrosa
November 19 /// Utrecht, DE /// TivoliVredenburg
November 21 /// Cophenhagen, DK /// Raahuset
November 22 /// Hamburg, DE /// Nochtspeicher
November 23 /// Berlin, DE /// Frannz
November 24 /// Jena, DE /// Trafo
November 25 /// Schorndorf, DE /// Manufaktur
November 26 /// Munich, DE /// Heppel & Ettlich
November 27 /// Prague, CZ /// Le Royal
November 28 /// Vienna, AT /// B72
November 30 /// Zurich, CH /// Bogen F
January 20 /// Girona, ES /// Auditorium Girona
February 4 /// Madrid, ES /// Inverfest
February 13 /// Barcelona, ES /// Guitar BCN

*with Maro