Anti- Records is thrilled to announce the release of Jolie Holland’s new album PINT OF BLOOD. Set for a June 28th release, on this record the critically acclaimed songwriter and multi-instrumentalist draws on her wide range of influences to create an inspired, distinctive and beautifully cohesive ten-song collection.
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Every Sunday in January, I’m woodshedding new material at an intimate, out of the way venue in Brooklyn, NY. We wanted to have a cozy place to experiment with the songs for the next record. The new songs are largely improvisational, so I wanted to have shows in order to let them come together in a natural way. In the past I’ve had to record brand new material that hasn’t had time to be played, so I wanted to remedy that situation. This is the largest ensemble I’ve ever put together, with some of my favorite musicians in the world. There are a lot of us– seven all told, including two drummers–Dan Rieser and Justin Veloso, Indigo Street (electric guitar,) Doug Wieselman (electric guitar, clarinets,) Tim Luntzel (bass,) and Patrick Holmes on clarinet. I’ll be singing and playing guitar, piano, and violin. We come from backgrounds encompassing the worlds of experimental, rock, jazz, noise, and traditional American music. See the “SHOWS” page for more information…
I’m honored to be working with the Portland Cello Project performing two of my own new unreleased songs, “The First Sign Of Spring” and “Palm Wine Drunkard.” It has been a thrill to collaborate with Douglas Jenkins, the Maestro of the PCP, in arranging my songs for large ensembles including about 8 cellos!
On these nights I’ll also be joining them in performing songs from the newly released Beck Song Reader. Beck, in partnership with McSweeney’s, has put out 20 new songs in sheet music form only. PCP is performing All the songs over a two day period at the Aladdin Theater in Portland, OR. Its an incredible band with lots of fantastic guest singers.
Doug has been recording all those Beck songs with these large ensembles–So far I’ve sung on 4 of them.
The Beck Song Reader is over the top brilliant. Beck’s bringing it all back home for us. I’m so impressed and it feels strange to say, but I am so grateful to him for being such a genius.