The American Socialist Singer-Songwriter, Carsie Blanton, Talks to Us About Her Vision of a Post-Capitalist World as Presented in Her Latest Album, “After the Revolution”

From this Thursday, the New Jersey-based socialist singer-songwriter, Carsie Blanton, will embark on a nationwide tour of Ireland for most of the month, in support of her ninth studio album, After the Revolution, which released on March 22nd.

On day of the album’s release, Carsie gave some time to talk with Post-Burnout, and we discussed the album and the tour, as well her tour of Ireland from last year when she supported Declan O’Rourke, American politics, the economics of being a musician, Gaza, Mark Fisher, the proposed U.S. TikTok ban, artists pulling out of SXSW, and much more. You can hear it all on today’s exclusive episode of POSTBURNOUT.COM Interviews…

Carsie Blanton’s latest album, After the Revolution, is available to stream or purchase now. You can buy a copy here.
Carsie will play appear at the following places this month:

4th – Waterford – LateNight@TheRoyal at Theatre Royal
7th – Clonmel – Moynihan’s Bar
10th – Dundalk – The Spirit Store
11th – Limerick – Upstairs at Dolan’s
12th – Cork – Coughlan’s Bar
13th – Cork – Coughlan’s Bar
13th – Ballincollig – The White Horse
14th – Clonakilty – De Barra’s Folk Club
18th – Galway – Róisín Dubh
20th – Kilkenny – Cleere’s Bar & Theatre (Two shows)
21st – Dublin – Whelan’s

Tickets for all shows – as well as Carie’s music, merch and social media links – are available on her website.

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