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Yoke Lore

9. 2. 24Café V lese, Praha
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We are sorry to share the news about the cancellation of Yoke Lore’s 2024 tour (including the Prague show originally scheduled for 9th February). “Right after Thanksgiving my father passed away,” says Adrian. “He was a bright spot, a quiet sage. He had a good death. It was filled with hope. I am going to take some time to be with my family. I want to be able to focus on this big transition. I want to give my feelings the time they deserve.”

The tour is thus fully cancelled, however as Adrian adds: “I will absolutely be back later on in the year. Dates will be forthcoming. Thank you all for being so conscientious. Go give your parents a hug. See you all really soon.” All tickets will be automatically fully refunded at the point of purchase.


Los Angeles-based Adrian Galvin, who performs ecstatic folk pop as Yoke Lore, views his debut record Toward a Never Ending New Beginning, as his own book of change. It is the definition of a life as a set of transitions: from celebrations to moments of sadness to moments of stillness. All of it is connected, all of it is related.

Galvin has been immersed in music for his whole life. He grew up in New York, to a highly creative, intensely spiritual family. Amidst his journey in music, Galvin also explored dance and co-founded the dance company Boomerang in the mid 2010’s. Galvin draws nearly all of the visual art for the project. In his words, “Yoke Lore is a cohesive form of expression assembled from a life of dabbling in the becoming.”

Galvin discovers how his songs feel by playing them live for people. He’s a prolific touring artist, having opened for artists such as Bastille, Bishop Briggs, Mt. Joy, Goth Babe among others.

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