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Danielson

Danielson (aka Danielson Famile, Br. Danielson)

to release new album on Cassette

“Best of Gloucester County” to be released on cassette w/ digital Feb 22 via Joyful Noise Recordings


Joyful Noise is very happy to announce the release of the new Danielson album on cassette (w/ digital). “Best of Gloucester County” is Danielson’s first album in five years – and the followup to their widely acclaimed album “Ships”. Featuring the
banjo/vocal work of Sufjan Stevens, and a cameo from Jens Lekman, “Best of Gloucester County” displays Danielson’s trademark bizarre, squeaky art-folk and theatrical spiritualism in it’s most mature and refined state.


On February 22, Joyful Noise will be releasing an extremely limited edition of Danielson’s
“Best of Gloucester County” on cassette (w/ digital), alongside Sounds Familyre’s release of the LP and CD.

The cassette edition of the album…

  • is limited to just 300 hand-numbered copies
  • includes digital download (MP3 & FLAC)
  • includes full 8 panel artwork
  • is pressed on a white cassette with high-quality chrome tape

PRE-ORDER:

Copies can currently be ordered via Joyful Noise here:
http://www.joyfulnoiserecordings.com/catalog/jnr72
The $8 cassette purchase is accompanied by an MP3 & FLAC
download code.

DOWNLOADS:

Download the album’s first single “Grow Up” here:
http://www.joyfulnoiserecordings.com/mp3/jnr72

PRESS RESOURCES:

Cover Art

Promo Photos

TOUR DATES:

03-25 New York, NY – Le Poisson Rouge
03-26 Lancaster, PA – Chameleon Club Lounge
03-27 Pittsburgh, PA – Smiling Moose
03-28 Cincinnati, OH – Mayday
03-29 Louisville, KY – 930 Listening Room w/ Jookabox
03-30 Chicago, IL – Schubas
04-01-02 Minneapolis, MN – Southern Theater
04-05 Seattle, WA – Vera Project
04-06 Portland, OR – Mississippi Studios
04-08 San Francisco, CA – Bottom of the Hill
04-09 Los Angeles, CA – Satellite
04-10 Tucson, AZ – Solar Culture Gallery
04-12 Austin, TX – 501 Studios
04-13 Dallas, TX – The Loft
04-14 Memphis, TN – The Hi Tone
04-15 Asheville, NC – The Grey Eagle
04-16 Washington, DC – Red Palace
04-17 Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brenda’s w/ Hermit Thrushes

Thanks for listening!
Karl Hofstetter
Joyful Noise Recordings
PO Box 20109 Indianapolis, IN 46220
www.joyfulnoiserecordings.com
About JNR

Joyful Noise is an Indianapolis, IN based record label which is a home for 18+ diverse bands such as Joan Of Arc, Jookabox, Marmoset, Child Bite, CJ Boyd, Hermit Thrushes, Prizzy Prizzy Please and others. We have also been fortunate to release specialty cassette editions of albums from of Montreal, Deerhoof, Akron/Family and others. We strive to release music that is artistically honest, exploratory, and often haphazard. JNR is not a traditional noise label, nor are we interested in traditional indie rock. We do however love when these two sides of the spectrum intersect in interesting ways.

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