Mandy Moore’s First Album in 10 Years

On March 6, Mandy Moore will release her seventh studio album, Silver Landings, via Verve Forecast. Her first new album in 10 years, “Silver Landings” is a reference to a lyric on the album’s titular last song: “Reaching for golden ribbons up in the air/But I’m looking for silver landings.” The title track was the last song Moore wrote for the album and became emblematic of the journey she’s been through in the past decade, what it took to get to the point of re-embracing this part of her life, and the expectations therein.
In conjunction with today’s announcement, Moore released a new song and video for “Save A Little For Yourself” off the album, a song about prioritizing yourself and taking better care.
Listen to new song “Save A Little For Yourself
Watch the official music video

Mandy says of the song: “Sometimes writing a song feels like giving myself the advice I know I need the most and it’s often the hardest to heed. It makes the song almost a mantra of sorts – something I know I’ll continue learning because it bears repeating.
“Save a Little for Yourself” is sort of the other half of a love song that we don’t always talk about or acknowledge. Sure, we should open ourselves up, let people in and love them as wholly as possible but none of that carries any water if we’re not taking care of ourselves first and foremost. It might not be as romantic, but it’s an equally important part of the equation.”
Newly signed to Verve Forecast (a label whose roster also includes such esteemed artists as T Bone Burnettand J.S. Ondara), Moore recorded the album live to tape with a full band in one studio in Los Angeles. A purposeful departure from the more tightly structured pop of her previous material, the album was produced by long-time collaborator Mike Viola and prominently features her husband Taylor Goldsmith (singer/guitarist/songwriter for L.A.-based folk-rock band Dawes) as well as Jason Boesel, formerly of Rilo Kiley. As a result of that more organic production approach, songs like “When I Wasn’t Watching” and “I’d Rather Lose,” embody a bright vitality rooted in traditional Californian ’70s rock that wholly fulfills Moore’s initial vision for the album. “I wanted to make a very California-sounding record – something that feels sunshiny and airy and natural, something you could listen to driving up and down the PCH with all the windows rolled down on a beautiful weekend day,” she notes. These songs chase the melodies of George Harrison, the poetry of Joni Mitchell, and the stomp of Fleetwood Mac
Critics have described the first two songs off the album as “folkie rock pop, building on a lineage running from Fleetwood Mac to Haim” (The Atlantic), “sway(ing) with Steve Nick’s energy” (NPR) and “honest and deeply introspective” (American Songwriter). Moore also recently announced her 2020 North American tour dates to support the album. The tour kicks off on March 20 in Pittsburgh at the Benedum Center and will hit theatres in major cities nationwide including The Beacon Theater in New York (March 24), The Chicago Theatre in Chicago (April 18),The Ryman Auditorium in Nashville (April 5), The Warfield in San Francisco (May 2), and The Majestic Theatre in Dallas (April 23). For full routing and ticket information, head to   Silver Landings Track List 01. I’d Rather Lose02. Save A Little For Yourself03. Fifteen04. Tryin’ My Best Los Angeles 05. Easy Target06. When I Wasn’t Watching 07. Forgiveness 08. Stories Reminding Myself Of Me09. If That’s What It Takes 10. Silver LandingsTOUR DATES 3/20/20 Bendeum Center Pittsburgh, PA Support: Bedouine3/21/20 Music Box at the Borgata Atlantic City, NJ Support: Bedouine3/22/20 Orpheum Theatre Boston, MA . Support: Bedouine3/24/20 Beacon Theatre New York, NY Support: Bedouine3/26/20 Warner Theatre Washington, DC Support: Bedouine3/27/20Count Basie Theatre Red Bank, NJ Support: Bedouine3/28/20 Ridgefield Playhouse Ridgefield, CT . Support: Bedouine3/30/20Durham Performing Arts Center Durham, NC Support: Bedouine3/31/20 North Charleston Performing Arts Charleston, SC Support: Bedouine4/1/20 Knight Theatre Charlotte, NC Support: Bedouine4/3/20 Woodruff Arts Center Atlanta, GA Support: Bedouine4/4/20 Lyric Theatre Birmingham, AL Support: Bedouine4/5/20Ryman Auditorium TO Nashville, TN Support: Bedouine4/7/20 Florida Theatre Jacksonville, FL Support: Bedouine4/8/20 Bob Carr Theater Orlando, FL Support: Bedouine4/17/20 Pabst Theatre Milwaukee, WI Support: Bedouine4/18/20 Chicago Theatre Chicago, IL Support: Bedouine4/19/20 State Theatre Minneapolis, MN Support: Bedouine4/21/20 Uptown Theatre Kansas City, MO Support: Madison Cunningham4/23/20 Majestic Theatre Dallas, TX Support: Madison Cunningham4/24/20 Cullen Performing Arts Center Houston, TX Support: Madison Cunningham4/25/20 ACL Live at the Moody Theater Austin, TX Support: Madison Cunningham4/27/20 Orpheum Theatre Phoenix, AZ Support: Madison Cunningham5/1/20 Crest Theatre Sacramento, CA Support: Madison Cunningham5/2/20 Warfield Theatre San Francisco, CA Support: Madison Cunningham5/5/20 Roseland Theater Portland, OR Support: Madison Cunningham5/6/20 Paramount Theatre Seattle, WA Support: Madison Cunningham5/8/20 Eccles Theater Salt Lake City, UT Support: Madison Cunningham5/9/20 Gothic Theatre Denver, CO Support: Madison Cunningham

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