Jeremy Jay Announces Sophomore Album
- Words: Maverick Newberry
One year after the release of his debut album, A Place Where We Could Go, Jeremy Jay is ready to unleash another batch of garage-tinged pop with Slow Dance.
The self-proclaimed romantic, who, it's widely agreed on, seems like a '50s doo-wop singer that suddenly found himself in a punk club, was reportedly so excited about the process of songwriting he ended up with several extra tracks. The resulting single, "Love Everlasting," out January 20, will give us four new Jeremy Jay tracks to listen to while we await the full-length's release on March 24. As usual, all tracks are set to come out on Calvin Johnson's K Records.
Jay will play shows across Europe in February and March that start, appropriately, on Valentine's Day.
01 We were there
02 In this Lonely Town
04 Canter Canter
05 Slow Dance
06 Winter Wonder
07 Will You Dance with Me?
08 Breaking the Ice
09 Slow Dance 2
10 Where Could Go Tonight?
01 Love Everlasting
02 Lite Beam
03 Jet Stream
04 Love Everlasting (Winter Version)
02/14 Cologne, Germany - King George
02/15 Bruges, Belgium - Cactus*
02/16 Brussels, Belgium - Botanique*
02/17 Zurich, Switzerland - Rote Fabrick, Ziegel Oh Lac*
02/19 Paris, France - Point Ephemere
02/20 Saint Malo, France - Route Du Rock Festival
02/21 Barcelona, Spain - CCCB Museum
02/22 Galacia, Spain - Salon Teatro
02/25 Madrid, Spain - Moby Dick
02/26 Seville, Spain - Malandar Club
02/28 Zaragoza, Spain - La Lata de Bombillas
03/02 Marina Di Massa, Italy - Tago Mago
03/05 Vienna, Austria - Arena
03/06 Prague, Czech Republic - Club 007 Strahov^
* = w/ Deerhunter
6 = w/ Botanica
Photo by Larissa James.
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