Yoke Lore releases debut album ‘Toward A Never Ending New Beginning’

Yoke Lore has finally dropped his debut album, celebrating the release with a string of upcoming Australian shows for his Holy Havoc tour. 

Yoke Lore has today (September 22) released his debut album Toward A Never Ending New Beginning. The 14-track project is said to chronicle the Los Angeles musician’s journey of self-discovery and coming-of-age, and draws from an array of sounds from indie-pop to folk. 

Toward A Never Ending New Beginning was previewed by the singles Shake and Winona, which arrived in June and May, respectively. Today, Yoke Lore shared the final single off the album, a sanguine indie-pop staple titled Hallucinate. 

Yoke Lore 'Toward A Never Ending Beginning'

The singles add to an already-stellar tracklist for the album, which marks Yoke Lore’s first full-length effort following the 2019 EP Meditations.

To celebrate the release, Yoke Lore has announced a string of Australian dates for his upcoming Holy Havoc tour, which is set to head Down Under early next month. 

Yoke Lore will first perform at Queensland’s The Brightside on October 4, before taking to The Great Club in Sydney the following day (October 5).

The singer will then perform a second Sydney date at The Lansdowne on October 6, before wrapping up the tour with two successive dates at Melbourne’s Gasometer Hotel (October 7) and Shotkickers (October 8). 

Yoke Lore 'Toward A Never Ending Beginning'

Click the links on each venue to find respective ticketing information. Speaking of the genesis behind Hallucinate in an interview with Happy Mag, Yoke Lore said: “Love is a way of being, but like a hallucination you can get lost in it and lose your sense of self.” 

Elsewhere, Yoke Lore sung praises for his “really loyal Australian fans” and said he is excited “to give them the real thing” on the Holy Havoc tour.

Yoke Lore 'Toward A Never Ending Beginning'

On what he hopes fans glean from Toward A Never Ending New Beginning, Yoke Lore said: “I want them to start having ideas about themselves that they wouldn’t have had before.” 

Listen to Yoke Lore’s new debut album below, and be sure to catch him on the road when he hits Australia for the Holy Havoc tour.