Damien Jurado fans the time is finally here! We are excited to announce Damien’s new album, Brothers and Sisters of the Eternal Son, will be out this January! Preview the new album’s sound by watching the album trailer, shot by Dan Huiting, which captures Jurado and producer Richard Swift working at National Freedom Studios in Cottage Grove, Oregon. Watch the trailer ABOVE or HERE on YouTube.
If you missed it on Monday night, Damien Jurado joined Moby for a performance of “The Perfect Life” off Moby’s new album, Innocents, on CONAN. After the show the band performed a web exclusive of “Almost Home” which you can watch above or here on TeamCoco‘s website. Thanks to Conan and crew for having Damien on!
Click read more to see a photos of Damien with Moby and Conan backstage and also a trailer for a mysterious Damien Jurado project coming out 2014! Read the rest of this entry »
Moby is releasing a followup album to 2011’s Destroyed. and it features singer/songwriter Damien Jurado in a guest spot. The album, out September 30th, looks to be a major followup including other featured guests such as Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips, Mark Lanegan of the Screaming Trees, and Skylar Grey who collaborated with Eminem and Dr. Dre among others.
Look for Damien Jurado touring Europe late August with all the dates listed HERE. Also, if you haven’t already, grab the Deluxe Resissue of Jurado’s Where Shall You Take Me
Here’s something we can all look forward to. The 10th anniversary reissue of Damien Jurado’s Where Shall You Take Me is available next Tuesday. For those of you who are not familiar with this work, know that the album is Damien’s fifth full-length, originally released in 2003. The double lp includes previously unreleased basement reel demos and the Just In Time For Something EP (never before released on vinyl). You can stream “Omaha” today and check out the track listing below. Pre-order at SC Distribution.
This reissue is also dedicated to Damien’s late label-mate, Jason Molina. “If it were not for Jason Molina, I may not have ended up on the Secretly Canadian record label. The guy practically twisted one arm behind my back, and with the other, walked me through the front door of where I am today. I am eternally grateful for the guidance, knowledge, influence, and inspiration he so graciously shared with me. The reissue of this album is dedicated to his life and legacy.”
Texas To Ohio
I Can’t Get Over You
LP2/SIDE C (Reel to Reel Demos)
I Can’t Get Over You
LP2/SIDE D (Just In Time For Something EP)
Night Out For The Downer